On 1 Jan 2014 we have just started a project, funded by the European Commission, called i-locate (Indoor/outdoor location and asset management through open geodata) on indoor and outdoor location based services. More information available from www.i-locate.eu
Among other developments, i-locate will have to deliver a public portal for indoor geographical information as open data. Needless to say, we would like to maximise synergies with the OSM community. In fact we would be happy to provide -as a project- human resources, in terms of man power, to develop all the necessary online services to support easy sharing of indoor mapping data (e.g. from CAD files etc.). What we would like to receive from the community is some guidance on how to best leverage on existing know-how or experience would be most welcome.
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Thank you for your reply and for forwarding the link. We will try to contact some of those group (possibly where the pilot of our project will be located).
@marek: yes, it will be open source. In addition, our website will be soon be replaced with a new release. We are considering https://www.mapbox.com. I guess this would be more palatable for the OSM community
Indeed it would be nice if you could also “exploit” the results of i-locate.