The RADAR infrastructure consists of the following main components:
- The RADAR Web Interface is an intuitive, web based GUI for
comfortable contribution, sharing, and management of arbitrary geocontents.
It is based on DFKI's ALOE infrastructure and offers a plenitude of
social media features.
- The RADAR Adapters allow pushing RADAR geocontens to existing
augmented reality browsers such
as Junaio, Layar, Wikitude, and Aloqa. At least one of the browsers supported by RADAR is available for any popular phone type (this includes Android, Bada, Blackberry, Nokia, Symbian, and Windows Mobile). Thus, basically any owner of a common smartphone can access the data created within the system.
- The RADAR Web Service realises a rich Web Service API and thus
allows integrating RADAR contents and functionalities in different contexts and applications.
- The RADAR Mobile Client (currently under development) for Android based devices offers access to lots of the RADAR functionalities offered in the RADAR Web Interface.