J. Rosser, J. Morley, M. Jackson
2012 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
Indoor spatial data forms an important foundation to many ubiquitous computing applications. It gives context to users operating location-based applications, provides an important source of documentation of buildings and can be of value to computer systems where an understanding of environment is required. Unlike external geographic spaces, no centralised body or agency is charged with collecting or maintaining such information. Widespread deployment of mobile devices provides a potential tool
more » ... hat would allow rapid model capture and update by a building's users. Here we introduce some of the issues involved in volunteering building interior data and outline a simple mobile tool for capture of indoor models. The nature of indoor data is inherently private; however in-depth analysis of this issue and legal considerations are not discussed in detail here.
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xxxviii-4-c26-29-2012 fatcat:376ftpijlnbzxmvflxeypmwiqy