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This paper presents the process of solving unforeseen events on construction sites – a frequent phenomenon throughout the industry. The current process of handling an unforeseen problem is described and contrasted with a future scenario in which I&C technologies are applied to solve unforeseen problems on large construction sites more efficiently: augmented reality, positioning technology, knowledge support and in-volvement of remote experts. The Mobile Maintenance Workspace, a range of applications to support mo-bile workers in their maintenance work, and its underlying software framework is outlined. The work presented here is currently being carried out in the European Integrated Project CoSpaces.
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    • 4.3 Augmented Reality on mobile devices
    • CoSpaces - EU Integrated Project, IST-5-034245, http://www.cospaces.org/
    • Fernando, Terrence & Hansen, Scott, 2007. CoSpaces White Paper. Internal project document.
    • Fraunhofer FIT, 2008. Mobile Maintenance Prototype. Video, http://www.fit.fraunhofer.de/projects/mixedreality/cospaces/cospaces-mobile-workspacedemonstrator.wmv
    • Ohlenburg, Jan & Herbst, Iris & Lindt, Irma & Fröhlich, Torsten & Broll, Wolfgang, 2004. The MORGAN framework: enabling dynamic multi-user AR and VR projects. In proceedings of the Virtual Reality Software and Technology Conference, Hong Kong, China, 2004: 166-169
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