Merging Geospatial Technologies with Cross Reality in the context of smart manufacturing systems

Egileak: Raffaele De Amicis William Z Bernstein Johannes Scholz Rafael Radkowski Bruno Simoes Joshua Lieberman Eric Prather

Data: 09.11.2020


Abstract

It is widely acknowledged that geospatial information has immense applicability across a vast spectrum of human endeavors. Examples include oil and gas exploration, energy management, smart city engineering, weather forecasting, tracking, aviation, satellite ground systems, environmental planning, disaster management, public administration, civil planning and engineering, and science. All such activities entail gathering a significant amount of data and other critical information stored, accessed, managed, manipulated, analyzed, and visualized. This variety of applications requires novel methodologies and technologies capable of delivering both interactive visualization and intelligent complexity reduction.The main focus of this workshop report is the detailed dissection of these technologies, their relationship to one another, and their unique abilities to realize cross-reality capabilities and design principles in a multimodal immersive, and intelligent geographical environment. The goal is to enumerate (and prioritize) critical research and standards opportunities for merging geospatial technologies with smart manufacturing systems.

BIB_text

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title = {Merging Geospatial Technologies with Cross Reality in the context of smart manufacturing systems},
pages = {333-337},
keywds = {
Digitization, Digital Twin, GIS, XR
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abstract = {

It is widely acknowledged that geospatial information has immense applicability across a vast spectrum of human endeavors. Examples include oil and gas exploration, energy management, smart city engineering, weather forecasting, tracking, aviation, satellite ground systems, environmental planning, disaster management, public administration, civil planning and engineering, and science. All such activities entail gathering a significant amount of data and other critical information stored, accessed, managed, manipulated, analyzed, and visualized. This variety of applications requires novel methodologies and technologies capable of delivering both interactive visualization and intelligent complexity reduction.The main focus of this workshop report is the detailed dissection of these technologies, their relationship to one another, and their unique abilities to realize cross-reality capabilities and design principles in a multimodal immersive, and intelligent geographical environment. The goal is to enumerate (and prioritize) critical research and standards opportunities for merging geospatial technologies with smart manufacturing systems.


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isbn = {978-172817675-8},
date = {2020-11-09},
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