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A location is a universal object denoting a place. Objects, activities and events are associated with a location

Universal location

A location can be of different types:

  • Campus
  • Building – floor – place
  • Noticeboard or computer rack – a position in a rack
  • Cabinet – shelf

The universality looks too broad at first glance, but a location takes full advantage of the universality of the AyMINE concept, which allows you to derive other objects from one object and, depending on their type, control the information and actions that can be done with the object.

Types of locations

Sites are distinguished from each other by their basic types:

  • Spatial sites are those sites that include a walking surface, however small – both outdoor and indoor spaces. Typical examples are fields, forests, but also rooms and warehouses
  • Cabinet sites are physical spaces that allow for the placement of items, but without a walking surface. Typically these are shelves and racks, but also safes, shaft rooms, other enclosed spaces.
  • Information spaces are real information spaces – typically notice boards, as well as virtual spaces – data fields, cloud, etc. A web bulletin board is somewhere between the two spaces

Why "mixing" different types of spaces makes sense

At first glance, it may seem that the described spaces do not have much in common, but this is just an illusion

  • Information can be placed in different types of information spaces
  • Information spaces belong to a specific physical space.
  • Cabinet and spatial locations can contain different assets. E.g. a fire extinguisher can be registered as room equipment and can be stored in a built-in cabinet

Hierarchy of locations

Locations of different types can be nested within each other, but only in the way specified by the rules that are established between locations. Likewise, rules can be set to limit what can be linked to which location. Rules are always set for a specific use of the system. Within the open platform aymine.cz, there is a natural logic that restricts inserting larger spaces into smaller ones (you cannot insert a meadow into a bulletin board, for example).

Location use

Depending on the type, locations have relationships to many other objects:

  • Activities with people (meetings and events) can take place in spatial locations.
  • Assets can be in any type of location.
  • Products can generally be created in any type of location.
  • Information can be located in an information space (but the information space itself can be part of a physical or other information space)