The Room OSID provides a service for space accounting.
Room is an identifiable space on a
Floor. A room genus Type may indicate the primary type of
Room, such as a classroom, an office, or
Rooms may have subdivisions, as in
the Gran Ballrrom may be partitioned into Ballroom-A and
Rooms may also have fixed
Resources such as projectors and refridgerators.
Resources represent classes of
equipment of interest when searching for rooms. Specific
inventory management can be performed in the Inventory
Floor contains a set of
within a Building.
Buildings have an
and may be subdivided into smaller buildings. For
example, Building 14 includes buildings 14E and 14N.
Buildings may have contact information for a
variety of purposes including ownership, scheduling, and
maintenance. These contact relationships can be performed
by orchestrating the Contact OSID.
Mapping & Resources
The Room OSID provides more detailed management the
space accounting than what is capable from the more
abtrsact Resource or Mapping OSIDs.
Buildings in the
Room OSID may appear by way of
Locations in other OSIDs.
In addition to defining abstract
the Mapping OSID manages geospatial information of
and SpatialUnits. To manage geospatial information with
respect to the Room OSID, the Mapping OSID can be
orchestrated by mapping
Rooms, Floors, and
may be organized into federateable
The Room OSID includes a Room Squatting OSID for
relating owners or users of rooms, a Room Construction
OSID for tracking construction of and within buildings.
and a Room Batch OSID for performing bulk operations.