ArcGIS Indoors Information Model

Available for an ArcGIS organization licensed with the Indoors extension.

The ArcGIS Indoors Information Model supports the management of indoor GIS information necessary to share properly configured web maps and mobile map packages for use with Indoor Viewer, Indoor Space Planner, ArcGIS Indoors for iOS, ArcGIS Indoors for Android, and other apps that use floor-aware maps and scenes.

The Indoors model consists of three feature datasets with a collection of feature classes between them and two tables, which maintain configuration information. You can use the Create Indoors Database tool to apply the Indoors model to an existing workspace. The Indoors geodatabase created by this tool contains all the fields and tables that are required to support space planning, routing, and workspace reservations in addition to basic floor plan mapping.

Note:

Alternatively, if you only require support for basic floor plan mapping, you can use the Create Indoor Dataset and Create Indoor Network Dataset tools to create datasets that use a streamlined schema of the Indoors model. These tools do not contain all the fields and tables required for space planning and workspace reservations.

Data can then be loaded into the Indoors model from BIM files using the Import BIM To Indoor Dataset tool or CAD sources using the Import Floorplans To Indoors Geodatabase tool.

Feature datasets

NameDescription

Indoors

Manages the GIS data that defines indoor spaces for use with Indoors apps. These features are created using the Indoors geoprocessing tools in ArcGIS Pro and are organized by functional levels.

Network

Manages the network artifacts that are created to support routing between indoor spaces. These features are created using the Indoors geoprocessing tools in ArcGIS Pro.

Note:
  • This feature dataset should not be versioned when using an enterprise geodatabase.
  • This feature dataset is optional when using the Create Indoors Database tool.

PrelimNetwork

Stores preliminary network artifacts used in the process of generating the final network. These features are created using the Indoors geoprocessing tools in ArcGIS Pro.

Note:
  • This feature dataset should not be versioned when using an enterprise geodatabase.
  • This feature dataset is optional when using the Create Indoors Database tool.

Tables

NameDescription

IndoorsConfig

Describes various settings that are required to be configured for the successful use of the Indoors web and mobile apps.

Areas

Provides data model support for the Indoor Space Planner app.

Indoors model feature classes

The Indoors feature dataset consists of feature classes that are organized into a hierarchy with assumed spatial relationships defined in the following descending order:

  • Units/Details/Events/Reservations
  • Sections/Zones
  • Levels
  • Facilities
  • Sites

NameDescription

Details

Describes your linear assets, such as walls, doors, windows, and so on. Details are used to constrain generated network pathways and to support visualization. Details lines must be contained in a Levels feature.

Events

Describes event locations and is used to support the search and explore capabilities, identification, routing, and identification of landmarks in routing. Events are manually loaded from other data sources. The Events feature class can contain both indoor and outdoor information.

Facilities

Describes the footprints of your managed facilities.

Levels

Describes the footprint of each level contained in your managed facilities. Levels footprints must be contained in a Facilities feature.

Reservations

A floor-aware and time-aware layer that contains reservation features. This editable layer is used to manage workspace reservations and visualize reservations on a map.

Sections

Describes the footprints of nonoverlapping areas of organization in a level, such as wings, and is used for visualization in mapmaking. Sections footprints must be contained in a Levels feature.

Sites

Describes the boundaries of your managed sites and is used for visualization in mapmaking.

Units

Describes the footprints of nonoverlapping individual functional areas such as workspaces, amenities, retail spaces, elevators and stairways, and so on. Unit footprints must be contained in a Levels feature.

Zones

Describes the footprints of possibly overlapping areas of organization in a level, such as security, functional, managerial, retail zones, and so on, and is used for visualization in mapmaking. Zones footprints must be contained in a Levels feature.

Network feature classes

NameDescription

Landmarks

Describes easily recognizable points that are used as callouts in directions when routing between locations in the Indoors web and mobile apps.

Pathways

Describes the network pathways generated by the Indoors geoprocessing tools in ArcGIS Pro for routing between locations on the same level.

Transitions

Describes the network transitions generated by the Indoors geoprocessing tools in ArcGIS Pro for routing between levels.

PrelimNetwork feature classes

NameDescription

PrelimPathways

Describes the preliminary network pathways generated by the Indoors geoprocessing tools in ArcGIS Pro for routing between locations on the same level.

PrelimTransitions

Describes the preliminary network transitions generated by the Indoors geoprocessing tools in ArcGIS Pro for routing between levels.

Indoors model feature class details

Click a link to go to a feature class details table.

| Details | Events | Facilities | Levels | Reservations | Sections | Sites | Units | Zones |

Details

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

DETAIL_ID

Text

True

Required

Defines a unique ID for the feature. This value must be unique in the table. The uniqueness of this field is not enforced by the geodatabase.

HEIGHT_RELATIVE

Double

True

Required

Defines the height of the feature relative to the bottom of the floor. Define height in meters—for example, Level 1 = 4.25 m, Level 2 = 4.25 m, and so on.

Note:

This field is populated by the Import Floorplans To Indoors Geodatabase tool when you import floor plans from CAD data. If you import floor plans from BIM data using the Import BIM To Indoor Dataset tool, this field is not populated by default but you can populate it manually.

LEVEL_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated level and is used to identify the feature’s associated level feature in floor-aware maps. A feature can only be related to a single level using the Level ID field.

USE_TYPE

Text

True

Required

Distinguishes feature types used in tool processing and supports differences in symbology for mapmaking.

Events

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

DATE_END

Date

True

Required

Defines the end date for the event in coordinated universal time (UTC).

DATE_START

Date

True

Required

Defines the start date for the event in coordinated universal time (UTC).

DESCRIPTION

Text

True

Optional

Provides a description of the feature for use in turn-by-turn directions.

EVENT_ID

Text

True

Required

Defines a unique ID for the feature. This value must be unique in the table. The uniqueness of this field is not enforced by the geodatabase.

IMAGE_URL

Text

True

Optional

Provides a URL for displaying a single associated image in pop-ups in the Indoors web and mobile apps.

LEVEL_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated level and is used to identify the feature’s associated level feature in floor-aware maps. A feature can only be related to a single level using the Level ID field.

NAME

Text

True

Required

Defines the name of the feature. In most cases, the Name field of a feature is the most commonly used field for naming features.

NAME_LONG

Text

True

Required

Defines a long name for a feature. Features created by the Import Floorplans To Indoors Geodatabase and Import BIM To Indoor Dataset geoprocessing tools include an automatically generated long name. The long name is used to support descriptive capabilities in the Indoors web and mobile apps.

NAME_SUBTITLE

Text

True

Required

Defines a subtitle for a feature. A subtitle is required to support some capabilities in the Indoor Viewer app.

UNIT_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated unit and can be used to identify the feature’s associated unit feature. A feature can only be related to a single unit using the Unit ID field.

USE_TYPE

Text

True

Required

Distinguishes feature types used in tool processing and supports differences in symbology for mapmaking.

Facilities

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

FACILITY_ID

Text

True

Required

Defines a unique ID for the feature. This value must be unique in the table. The uniqueness of this field is not enforced by the geodatabase.

HEIGHT_RELATIVE

Double

True

Required

Defines the height of the feature relative to the bottom of the floor. Define height in meters—for example, Level 1 = 4.25 m, Level 2 = 4.25 m, and so on.

This field is used when creating a 3D scene.

Note:

This field is populated by the Import Floorplans To Indoors Geodatabase tool when you import floor plans from CAD data. If you import floor plans from BIM data using the Import BIM To Indoor Dataset tool, this field is not populated by default but you can populate it manually.

LEVELS_ABOVE_GROUND

Long

True

Optional

Defines the total number of floors in a facility that are above ground. This field is used when creating a 3D scene.

NAME

Text

True

Required

Defines the name of the feature. In most cases, the Name field of a feature is the most commonly used field for naming features.

NAME_LONG

Text

True

Required

Defines a long name for a feature. Features created by the Import Floorplans To Indoors Geodatabase and Import BIM To Indoor Dataset geoprocessing tools include an automatically generated long name. The long name is used to support descriptive capabilities in the Indoors web and mobile apps.

SITE_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated site and can be used to identify the feature’s associated site feature in floor-aware maps. A feature can only be related to a single site using the Site ID field.

Note:

The SITE_ID field must be populated for the Site Selector tool to work in the web apps.

Levels

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

AREA_GROSS

Double

True

Optional

Records the total gross area of a feature.

FACILITY_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated facility and is used to identify the feature’s associated facility feature in floor-aware maps. A feature can only be related to a single facility using the Facility ID field.

HEIGHT_RELATIVE

Double

True

Required

Defines the height of the feature relative to the bottom of the floor. Define height in meters—for example, Level 1 = 4.25 m, Level 2 = 4.25 m, and so on.

Note:

This field is populated by the Import Floorplans To Indoors Geodatabase tool when you import floor plans from CAD data. If you import floor plans from BIM data using the Import BIM To Indoor Dataset tool, this field is not populated by default but you can populate it manually.

LEVEL_ID

Text

True

Required

Defines a unique ID for the feature. This value must be unique in the table. The uniqueness of this field is not enforced by the geodatabase.

LEVEL_NUMBER

Long

True

Required

Records the facility-specific level number.

NAME

Text

True

Required

Defines the name of the feature. In most cases, the Name field of a feature is the most commonly used field for naming features.

NAME_SHORT

Text

True

Required

Defines a short name for a feature. The short name is used to support the floor picker in the Indoors web and mobile apps. It must be consistent across all levels of the same vertical order.

VERTICAL_ORDER

Long

True

Required

Defines the order of display and reference to floors in the Indoor Positioning System (IPS).

It uses a zero (0)-based ordering system to define the floor order, with the ground level of each facility represented as zero. Positive values represent floors above ground, and negative values represent floors below ground. Vertical order values must be continuous and cannot skip a value in the sequence.

Reservations

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

ALL_DAY

Long

False

Indicates whether a reservation is an all-day event. The following domain describes the allowed values:

  • 0 = Not all day
  • 1 = All day

CHECK_IN_TIME

Date

True

The date and time (in UTC) that the people for whom the reservation was made checked in.

CHECK_OUT_TIME

Date

True

The date and time (in UTC) that the people for whom the reservation was made checked out.

DESCRIPTION

Text

True

A description of the reservation or meeting.

END_TIME

Date

False

The scheduled end date and time of the reservation (in UTC).

LEVEL_ID

Text

True

The unique ID for the level on which the feature is located.

RESERVED_FOR_FULL_NAME

Text

False

The full name of the person for whom the reservation is held. This is useful for display and labeling.

RESERVED_FOR_USERNAME

Text

False

The ArcGIS organization user name of the person for whom the reservation is held.

START_TIME

Date

Date

False

The scheduled start date and time of the reservation (in UTC).

STATE

Long

False

The current state of the reservation. The following domain defines the allowed values:

  • 0 = Pending
  • 1 = Reserved
  • 3 = Canceled
  • 4 = Checked in
  • 5 = Checked out

TITLE

Text

True

Optional

Describes the reservation or meeting.

UNIT_ID

Text

False

The unit ID of the reserved unit.

UNIT_NAME

Text

True

The name of the reserved unit. This can be used for display and labeling.

Sections

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

AREA_GROSS

Double

True

Optional

Records the total gross area of a feature.

HEIGHT_RELATIVE

Double

True

Required

Defines the height of the feature relative to the bottom of the floor. Define height in meters—for example, Level 1 = 4.25 m, Level 2 = 4.25 m, and so on.

Note:

This field is populated by the Import Floorplans To Indoors Geodatabase tool when you import floor plans from CAD data. If you import floor plans from BIM data using the Import BIM To Indoor Dataset tool, this field is not populated by default but you can populate it manually.

LEVEL_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated level and is used to identify the feature’s associated level feature in floor-aware maps. A feature can only be related to a single level using the Level ID field.

NAME

Text

True

Required

Defines the name of the feature. In most cases, the Name field of a feature is the most commonly used field for naming features.

NAME_LONG

Text

True

Required

Defines a long name for a feature. Features created by the Import Floorplans To Indoors Geodatabase and Import BIM To Indoor Dataset geoprocessing tools include an automatically generated long name. The long name is used to support descriptive capabilities in the Indoors web and mobile apps.

SECTION_ID

Text

True

Required

Defines a unique ID for the feature. This value must be unique in the table. The uniqueness of this field is not enforced by the geodatabase.

Sites

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

NAME

Text

True

Optional

Defines the name of the feature. In most cases, the Name field of a feature is the most commonly used field for naming features.

NAME_LONG

Text

True

Required

Defines a long name for a feature. Features created by the Import Floorplans To Indoors Geodatabase and Import BIM To Indoor Dataset geoprocessing tools include an automatically generated long name. The long name is used to support descriptive capabilities in the Indoors web and mobile apps.

SITE_ID

Text

True

Required

Defines a unique ID for the feature. This value must be unique in the table. The uniqueness of this field is not enforced by the geodatabase.

TrackingZones

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

DESCRIPTION

Text

True

Optional

Provides a description of the feature for use in turn-by-turn directions.

LEVEL_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated level and is used to identify the feature’s associated level feature in floor-aware maps. A feature can only be related to a single level using the Level ID field.

TRACK_TYPE

Long

True

Required

Defines the tracking rule for a feature. It uses a domain to define allowed values:

  • 1 = Track
  • 2 = Do Not Track

TRACKING_ZONE_ID

Text

True

Required

Defines a unique ID for the feature. This value must be unique in the table. The uniqueness of this field is not enforced by the geodatabase.

Units

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

AREA_GROSS

Double

True

Optional

Records the total gross area of a feature.

AREA_ID

Text

True

Optional

Records an ID string referencing a Space Planner area.

ASSIGNMENT_TYPE

Text

True

Optional

Describes the type of space planning use assigned to the unit. It's used by the Indoor Space Planner app. This field uses the following domain to define allowed values:

  • Hot Desk
  • Hotel
  • Office
  • None (Default)
  • Not Assignable

CAPACITY

Long

True

Optional

Records the total capacity of a feature.

HEIGHT_RELATIVE

Double

True

Required

Defines the height of the feature relative to the bottom of the floor. Define height in meters—for example, Level 1 = 4.25 m, Level 2 = 4.25 m, and so on.

Note:

This field is populated by the Import Floorplans To Indoors Geodatabase tool when you import floor plans from CAD data. If you import floor plans from BIM data using the Import BIM To Indoor Dataset tool, this field is not populated by default but you can populate it manually.

LEVEL_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated level and is used to identify the feature’s associated level feature in floor-aware maps. A feature can only be related to a single level using the Level ID field.

NAME

Text

True

Required

Defines the name of the feature. In most cases, the Name field of a feature is the most commonly used field for naming features.

NAME_LONG

Text

True

Required

Defines a long name for a feature. Features created by the Import Floorplans To Indoors Geodatabase and Import BIM To Indoor Dataset geoprocessing tools include an automatically generated long name. The long name is used to support descriptive capabilities in the Indoors web and mobile apps.

RESERVATION_METHOD

Long

True

Defines whether a unit is reservable as a meeting room. The following domain defines the allowed values:

  • 0 = Not reservable
  • 1 = Reservable
Note:

This field is only applicable for meeting rooms and is not used for hotel and hot desk units, which are automatically reservable.

SCHEDULE_EMAIL

Text

True

Optional

Records the email address used to submit reservation requests for the item.

UNIT_ID

Text

True

Required

Defines a unique ID for the feature. This value must be unique in the table. The uniqueness of this field is not enforced by the geodatabase.

USE_TYPE

Text

True

Required

Distinguishes feature types used in tool processing and supports differences in symbology for mapmaking.

Zones

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

AREA_GROSS

Double

True

Optional

Records the total gross area of a feature.

HEIGHT_RELATIVE

Double

True

Required

Defines the height of the feature relative to the bottom of the floor. Define height in meters—for example, Level 1 = 4.25 m, Level 2 = 4.25 m, and so on.

Note:

This field is populated by the Import Floorplans To Indoors Geodatabase tool when you import floor plans from CAD data. If you import floor plans from BIM data using the Import BIM To Indoor Dataset tool, this field is not populated by default but you can populate it manually.

LEVEL_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated level and is used to identify the feature’s associated level feature in floor-aware maps. A feature can only be related to a single level using the Level ID field.

NAME

Text

True

Required

Defines the name of the feature. In most cases, the Name field of a feature is the most commonly used field for naming features.

NAME_LONG

Text

True

Required

Defines a long name for a feature. Features created by the Import Floorplans To Indoors Geodatabase and Import BIM To Indoor Dataset geoprocessing tools include an automatically generated long name. The long name is used to support descriptive capabilities in the Indoors web and mobile apps.

ZONE_ID

Text

True

Defines a unique ID for the feature. This value must be unique in the table. The uniqueness of this field is not enforced by the geodatabase.

Network feature class details

Landmarks

Field nameTypeIsNullableDescription

DESCRIPTION

Text

True

Optional

Provides a description of the feature for use in turn-by-turn directions.

LEVEL_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated level and is used to identify the feature’s associated level feature in floor-aware maps. A feature can only be related to a single level using the Level ID field.

VERTICAL_ORDER

Long

True

Required

Defines the order of display and reference to floors in the Indoor Positioning System (IPS).

It uses a zero (0)-based ordering system to define the floor order, with the ground level of each facility represented as zero. Positive values represent floors above ground, and negative values represent floors below ground. Vertical order values must be continuous and cannot skip a value in the sequence.

Pathways

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

DELAY

Long

True

Optional

Defines the elevator delay in the network for accurate routing time.

FACILITY_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated facility and is used to identify the feature’s associated facility feature in floor-aware maps. A feature can only be related to a single facility using the Facility ID field.

FACILITY_NAME

Text

True

Required

Records the name of the feature’s associated facility. The facility name is used in routing to determine when a route leaves and enters a facility and triggers additional text in the turn-by-turn directions.

LENGTH_3D

Double

True

Required

Describes the calculated length of the feature in 3D that is used to determine path cost when routing.

LEVEL_NAME_FROM

Text

True

Required

Describes the name of the level on which the feature originates as defined in the indoor feature dataset.

LEVEL_NAME_TO

Text

True

Required

Describes the name of the level on which the feature terminates as defined in the indoor feature dataset.

PATHWAY_RANK

Long

True

Optional

Defines the rank preference of one feature versus another for routing. The following domain is used to define allowed values:

  • 1 = Primary
  • 2 = Secondary
  • 3 = Tertiary

PATHWAY_TYPE

Long

True

Required

Describes the use type of the feature and is used to determine cost and restrictions when routing. The following domain is used to define allowed values:

  • 1 = Hallway / Sidewalk
  • 2 = Stairs / Curb
  • 3 = Ramp / Curb Ramp
  • 4 = Elevator / Wheelchair Lift
  • 5 = Escalator
  • 6 = Moving Walkway

TRAVEL_DIRECTION

Long

True

Required

Defines the direction of travel for a feature and is used to support restrictions when routing. The following domain is used to define allowed values:

  • 1 = Both Directions Allowed
  • 2 = From-To Allowed
  • 3 = To-From Allowed

VERTICAL_ORDER

Long

True

Required

Defines the order of display and reference to floors in the Indoor Positioning System (IPS).

It uses a zero (0)-based ordering system to define the floor order, with the ground level of each facility represented as zero. Positive values represent floors above ground, and negative values represent floors below ground. Vertical order values must be continuous and cannot skip a value in the sequence.

Transitions

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

FACILITY_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated facility and is used to identify the feature’s associated facility feature in floor-aware maps. A feature can only be related to a single facility using the Facility ID field.

FACILITY_NAME

Text

True

Required

Records the name of the feature’s associated facility. The facility name is used in routing to determine when a route leaves and enters a facility and triggers additional text in the turn-by-turn directions.

HEIGHT_FROM

Double

True

Required

Defines the starting height of the feature.

HEIGHT_TO

Double

True

Required

Defines the ending height of the feature.

LENGTH_3D

Double

True

Required

Describes the calculated length of the feature in 3D that is used to determine path cost when routing.

LEVEL_NAME_FROM

Text

True

Required

Describes the name of the level on which the feature originates as defined in the indoor feature dataset.

LEVEL_NAME_TO

Text

True

Required

Describes the name of the level on which the feature terminates as defined in the indoor feature dataset.

TRANSITION_RANK

Long

True

Optional

Defines the rank preference of one feature versus another for routing. The following domain is used to define allowed values:

  • 1 = Primary
  • 2 = Secondary
  • 3 = Tertiary

TRANSITION_TYPE

Long

True

Required

Describes the use type of the feature and is used to determine cost and restrictions when routing. The following domain is used to define allowed values:

  • 1 = Hallway / Sidewalk
  • 2 = Stairs / Curb
  • 3 = Ramp / Curb Ramp
  • 4 = Elevator / Wheelchair Lift
  • 5 = Escalator
  • 6 = Moving Walkway

TRAVEL_DIRECTION

Long

True

Required

Defines the direction of travel for a feature and is used to support restrictions when routing. The following domain is used to define allowed values:

  • 1 = Both Directions Allowed
  • 2 = From-To Allowed
  • 3 = To-From Allowed

VERTICAL_ORDER_FROM

Long

True

Required

Defines the order of display and reference to floors in the IPS of the level as defined in the indoor feature dataset on which the feature originates.

It uses a zero (0)-based ordering system to define the floor order, with the ground level of each facility represented as zero. Subsequent positive values represent floors above ground, and negative values represent floors below ground. Vertical Order From values must be continuous and cannot skip a value in the sequence.

VERTICAL_ORDER_TO

Long

True

Required

Defines the order of display and reference to floors in the IPS of the level as defined in the indoor feature dataset on which the feature terminates.

It uses a zero (0)-based ordering system to define the floor order, with the ground level of each facility represented as zero. Subsequent positive values represent floors above ground, and negative values represent floors below ground. Vertical Order To values must be continuous and cannot skip a value in the sequence.

PrelimNetwork feature class details

PrelimPathways

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

ANGLE

Long

True

Required

Describes the rotation angle of the preliminary pathways. It is used in the process of generating the final network.

DELAY

Long

True

Optional

Defines the elevator delay in the network for accurate routing time.

FACILITY_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated facility and is used to identify the feature’s associated facility feature in floor-aware maps. A feature can only be related to a single facility using the Facility ID field.

FACILITY_NAME

Text

True

Required

Records the name of the feature’s associated facility. The facility name is used in routing to determine when a route leaves and enters a facility and triggers additional text in the turn-by-turn directions.

LENGTH_3D

Double

True

Required

Describes the calculated length of the feature in 3D that is used to determine path cost when routing.

LEVEL_NAME_FROM

Text

True

Required

Describes the name of the level on which the feature originates as defined in the indoor feature dataset.

LEVEL_NAME_TO

Text

True

Required

Describes the name of the level on which the feature terminates as defined in the indoor feature dataset.

PATH_EDGE_DISTANCE

Double

True

Required

Describes the distance of the network edges represented by the pathways. It is used in the process of generating the final network.

PATHWAY_RANK

Long

True

Optional

Defines the rank preference of one feature versus another for routing. The following domain is used to define allowed values:

  • 1 = Primary
  • 2 = Secondary
  • 3 = Tertiary

PATHWAY_TYPE

Long

True

Required

Describes the use type of the feature and is used to determine cost and restrictions when routing. The following domain is used to define allowed values:

  • 1 = Hallway / Sidewalk
  • 2 = Stairs / Curb
  • 3 = Ramp / Curb Ramp
  • 4 = Elevator / Wheelchair Lift
  • 5 = Escalator
  • 6 = Moving Walkway

TRAVEL_DIRECTION

Long

True

Required

Defines the direction of travel for a feature and is used to support restrictions when routing. The following domain is used to define allowed values:

  • 1 = Both Directions Allowed
  • 2 = From-To Allowed
  • 3 = To-From Allowed

VERTICAL_ORDER

Long

True

Required

Defines the order of display and reference to floors in the Indoor Positioning System (IPS).

It uses a zero (0)-based ordering system to define the floor order, with the ground level of each facility represented as zero. Positive values represent floors above ground, and negative values represent floors below ground. Vertical order values must be continuous and cannot skip a value in the sequence.

PrelimTransitions

Field nameTypeIs nullableDescription

FACILITY_ID

Text

True

Required

Records the unique ID of the feature’s associated facility and is used to identify the feature’s associated facility feature in floor-aware maps. A feature can only be related to a single facility using the Facility ID field.

FACILITY_NAME

Text

True

Required

Records the name of the feature’s associated facility. The facility name is used in routing to determine when a route leaves and enters a facility and triggers additional text in the turn-by-turn directions.

HEIGHT_FROM

Double

True

Required

Defines the starting height of the feature.

HEIGHT_TO

Double

True

Required

Defines the ending height of the feature.

LENGTH_3D

Double

True

Required

Describes the calculated length of the feature in 3D that is used to determine path cost when routing.

LEVEL_NAME_FROM

Text

True

Required

Describes the name of the level on which the feature originates as defined in the indoor feature dataset.

LEVEL_NAME_TO

Text

True

Required

Describes the name of the level on which the feature terminates as defined in the indoor feature dataset.

PATH_EDGE_DISTANCE

Double

True

Required

Describes the distance of the network edges represented by the pathways. It is used in the process of generating the final network.

TRANSITION_RANK

Long

True

Optional

Defines the rank preference of one feature versus another for routing. The following domain is used to define allowed values:

  • 1 = Primary
  • 2 = Secondary
  • 3 = Tertiary

TRANSITION_TYPE

Long

True

Required

Describes the use type of the feature and is used to determine cost and restrictions when routing. The following domain is used to define allowed values:

  • 1 = Hallway / Sidewalk
  • 2 = Stairs / Curb
  • 3 = Ramp / Curb Ramp
  • 4 = Elevator / Wheelchair Lift
  • 5 = Escalator
  • 6 = Moving Walkway

TRAVEL_DIRECTION

Long

True

Required

Defines the direction of travel for a feature and is used to support restrictions when routing. The following domain is used to define allowed values:

  • 1 = Both Directions Allowed
  • 2 = From-To Allowed
  • 3 = To-From Allowed

VERTICAL_ORDER_FROM

Long

True

Required

Defines the order of display and reference to floors in the IPS of the level as defined in the indoor feature dataset on which the feature originates.

It uses a zero (0)-based ordering system to define the floor order, with the ground level of each facility represented as zero. Subsequent positive values represent floors above ground, and negative values represent floors below ground. Vertical Order From values must be continuous and cannot skip a value in the sequence.

VERTICAL_ORDER_TO

Long

True

Required

Defines the order of display and reference to floors in the IPS of the level as defined in the indoor feature dataset on which the feature terminates.

It uses a zero (0)-based ordering system to define the floor order, with the ground level of each facility represented as zero. Subsequent positive values represent floors above ground, and negative values represent floors below ground. Vertical Order To values must be continuous and cannot skip a value in the sequence.

Table details

IndoorsConfig

Field nameTypeIsNullableDescription

CONFIG_KEY

Text

True

Required

Describes the configurable parameter as required by Indoors.

CONFIG_VALUE

Text

True

Required for configurable items in an implementation.

Records the configurable entry as defined by the implementation requirements.

Areas

Field nameTypeIsNullableDescription

AREA_ID

Text

True

Optional

Records an ID string referencing a Space Planner area.

AREA_TYPE

Text

True

Optional

Describes the type of space planning use assigned to the area. It is used by the Indoor Space Planner app. This field uses a domain to define allowed values:

  • Hot Desk
  • Hotel

AREA_NAME

Text

True

Optional

Describes the Name of an Indoor Space Planner area.

RESTRICTED

Long

True

Optional

Describes whether an area can be booked by anyone, or only booked by occupants who are assigned to the area. This field uses a domain to define allowed values:

  • 0 = Unrestricted
  • 1 = Restrict bookings to assigned occupants. This is the default.

Features with a null field value are treated as unrestricted in Indoor Viewer.

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