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October 16


October 17


October 18
8:00 - 9:00
Registration to the LBS Registration to the LBS
9:00 - 10:40
Session 3
Chair: Liqiu Meng
Session 7
Chair: Hongchao Fan
10:40 - 11:15
Coffee Break Coffee Break
11:15 - 12:30 Registration to the LBS Session 4
Chair: Karl Rehrl
Session 8
Chair: Peter Mooney

13:30 - 13:45
LBS 2012 - Opening
12:30 - 13:45
Lunch Break
(at your own expense)
12:30 - 13:45
Lunch Break
(at your own expense)
13:45 - 16:00 13:45- 14:15
Keynote 1: Georg Gartner

14:15 - 16:00
Session 1
Chair: Jukka Krisp
13:45- 14:45
Keynote 2: Harvey J. Miller
(University of Utah)

14:45 - 16:00
Session 5
Chair: Hui Lin
13:45 - 15:50
Session 9
Chair: Marcus Goetz

15:50 - 16:00
LBS 2012 - Closing
16:00 - 16:30 Coffee Break Coffee Break Farewell Beer
16:30 - 18:00 Session 2
Chair: Georg Gartner

Session 6
Chair: Harvey J. Miller
18:00 - 21:00 Icebreaker
6. Floor

Conference Dinner
16 October 2012


Session 1: Interactions, user studies & evaluations

Chair: Jukka Matthias Krisp

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App-Free Zone: Paper Maps as Alternative to Electronic Indoor Navigation Aids and their Empirical Evaluation with Large User Bases

Alexandra Lorenz, Cornelia Thierbach, Nina Baur, Thomas H. Kolbe

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Understanding the roles of communities in Volunteered Geographic Information projects

Peter Mooney1, Padraig Corcoran2

1National University of Ireland Maynooth (NUIM), Ireland; 2University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland;

A conceptual model for analyzing contribution patterns in the context of VGI

Karl Rehrl1, Simon Gröchenig2, Hartwig Hochmair3, Sven Leitinger1, Renate Steinmann1, Andreas Wagner1

1Salzburg Research, Austria; 2Carinthia University of Applied Science, Austria; 3Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center, USA;

Zooming in - Zooming out Hierarchies in Place Descriptions

Daniela Richter1,2, Maria Vasardani2, Lesley Stirling2, Kai-Florian Richter2, Stephan Winter2

1Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany; 2The University of Melbourne, Australia;

Session 2: Work in Progress I

Chair: Georg Gartner

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An Empirical Investigation into the Comprehension of Spatio-Temporal Proximity from Mobile Maps

Paul Edward Crease, Tumasch Reichenbacher

University of Zurich, Switzerland;

Dynamic Waypoint Placement for Pedestrian Navigation in Augmented Reality Based On Visibility & Heuristics

William Westwood Preston, James Goulding, Gary Burnett, Mike Jackson

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom;

Semantic Trajectory Data Modeling for Pedestrian Navigation

Yang Cao, Hui Li, Xingfang Wang

South China Normal University, China;

A framework for indoor location-based services using geo standards and a magnetic positioning system

Joerg Blankenbach1, Catia Real Ehrlich2, Eduard Gasparian2

1RWTH Aachen University, Germany; 2Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany;

Strategy Use & Environmental Learning during Pedestrian Navigation with a Mobile Device

Emily Webber, Gary Burnett, Jeremy Morley

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom;

Localization with Wi-Fi Fingerprinting: towards Indoor Navigation on Smartphones

Justin Stook, Edward Verbree

Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands;


17 October 2012


Session 3: Positioning / Indoor Positioning

Chair: Liqiu Meng

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Evaluation of Bluetooth properties for indoor localisation

Khuong An Nguyen, Zhiyuan Luo

Royal Holloway, University of London, United Kingdom;

Pedestrian Indoor Localization Using Foot Mounted Inertial Sensors in Combination with a Magnetometer, a Barometer and RFID

Michailas Romanovas1, Vadim Goridko1, Lasse Klingbeil2, Mohamed Bourouah1, Ahmed Al-Jawad1, Martin Traechtler1, Yiannos Manoli3

1Hahn-Schickard-Gesellschaft e.V., Institute of Microsystems and Information Technology (HSG-IMIT), Germany; 2Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Germany; 3Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany;

Quantitative and Spatial Evaluation of distance-based Localization Algorithms

Thomas Hillebrandt, Heiko Will, Marcel Kyas

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany;

Using the Magnetic Field for Indoor-Localisation on a Mobile Phone

Andreas Bilke, Jürgen Sieck

Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW) Berlin, Germany;

Session 4: Spatio-temporal data acquestion, processing & analysis I

Chair: Karl Rehrl

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Extraction of location-based Emotions from Photo Platforms

Eva Hauthal, Dirk Burghardt

Technische Universität Dresden, Germany;

Analyzing Human Activities through Volunteered Geographic Information: Using Flickr to Analyze Spatial and Temporal Pattern of Tourist Accommodation

Yeran Sun, Hongchao Fan, Marco Helbich, Alexander Zipf

University of Heidelberg, Germany;

A framwork for on-line detection of custom group movement patterns

Colin Kuntzsch, Alexander Bohn

Universität Hannover, Germany;

Session 5: Spatio-temporal data acquestion, processing & analysis II

Chair: Hui Lin

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A Platform for Location Based App Development for Citizen Science and Community Mapping

Claire Ellul, Suneeta Gupta, Mordechai (Muki) Haklay, Kevin Bryson

University College London, United Kingdom;

Mining Event Related Knowledge from OpenStreetMap

Khatereh Polous1, Peter Mooney2, Jukka Krisp1, Liqiu Meng1

1Technische Universität München, Germany; 2National University of Ireland Maynooth, Ireland;

Combining Float Car Data and Multispectral Satellite Images to Extract Road Features and Networks for Navigation Applications

Chun Liu1, Zhiwei Jian1, Xiaolin Meng2

1Tongji Unversity, China; 2The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom;

Session 6: Work in Progress II

Chair: Harvey J. Miller

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Wi-Fi Positioning with Smartphones

Guenther Retscher

Vienna University of Technology, Austria;

Exploring LBS Applications in Reality-virtuality Fusional Avatar based Virtual Geographic Environment

Weitao CHE, Hui LIN, Mingyuan HU, Lu TAN

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R.(China);

Twitter Census – Spatio-temporal distribution of geo-located tweets

Bartosz Hawelka1, Thomas Lampoltshammer1,2, Izabela Sitko1, Peter Ranacher1, Christoph Fink1

1University of Salzburg, Austria; 2Salzburg University of Applied Sciences, Austria;

Evaluating extraction functions for detection of users’ journeys

Mark Dimond, Gavin Smith, James Goulding

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom;

Integration of Mobile GIS and GNSS for the delimitation operations of land registration in Morocco

Mourad Bouziani, Nabil Bounajma, Taoufiq Jouan, Mbarek Nasri

Institut Agronomique et vétérianire (IAV) Hassan II, Morocco;


18 October 2012


Session 7: Wayfinding / Navigation (indoor/outdoor) & smart mobile phone navigation technologies

Chair: Hongchao Fan

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Indoor Route Planning with Volunteered Geographic Information on a (Mobile) Web-based Platform

Marcus Goetz, Alexander Zipf

University of Heidelberg, Germany;

Indoor and outdoor mobile navigation by using a combination of floor plans and street maps

Jussi Nikander, Juha Järvi, Muhammad Usman, Kirsi Virrantaus

Aalto University, Finland;

Route Sketch Maps Though Augmented Knowledge

Padraig Corcoran2, Peter Mooney1, Michela Bertolotto2, Basel Magableh2

1National University of Ireland Maynooth (NUIM), Ireland; 2University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland;

Travel-Mode Classification for Optimizing Vehicular Travel Route Planning

Lijuan Zhang, Sagi Dalyot, Monika Sester

Leibniz University Hannover, Germany;

Session 8: Innovative LBS systems and applications I

Chair: Peter Mooney

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Taxonomy of Navigation for First Responders

Zhiyong Wang, Sisi Zlatanova

TU Delft, The Netherlands;

Map-based Storytelling Tool for Real-World Walking Tour

Min Lu, Masatoshi Arikawa

The University of Tokyo, Japan;

Design and implementation of a daily activity scheduler in the context of a personal travel information system

Jianwei Zhang, Theo Arentze

Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands;

Session 9: Innovative LBS systems and applications II

Chair: Marcus Goetz

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People as Sensors and Collective Sensing – Contextual Observations Complementing Geo-Sensor Network Measurements

Bernd Resch1,2

1Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA; 2University of Osnabrück, Germany;

A 3D Indoor Routing Service with 2D Visualization based on the Multi-layered Space-Event Model

Nadia Panchaud2, Claude Vessaz2, Andreas Donaubauer1, Florian Straub2

1Technische Universität München, Germany; 2ETHZ, Switzerland;

High Precision 3D Indoor Routing on Reduced Visibility Graphs

Horst Steuer

Technische Universität München, Germany;

Adapting OSM-3D to the Mobile World - Challenges and Potentials

Ming Li, Marcus Goetz, Hongchao Fan, Alexander Zipf

University of Heidelberg, Germany;

Space-Time Mapping of Mass Event Data

Christian E. Murphy

Technische Universität München, Germany;

                                                                   Space for the selected posters will be provided throughout the conference.


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