[robotics-worldwide] Call for papers Telematics 2007

Martin Saska saska at informatik.uni-wuerzburg.de
Thu Mar 8 09:35:36 PST 2007


             C A L L   F O R   P A P E R S

                  ~Telematics 2007~

        The IASTED International Conference on
        August 29-31, 2007 Würzburg, Germany


Important Deadlines
Submissions due:               April 1, 2007
Notification of acceptance:    May 15, 2007
Final manuscript due:          June 1, 2007
Registration deadline:         June 15, 2007

This conference will act as an international forum for researchers and
practitioners interested in the advances in telematics and the broad
range of its applications. Telematics combines methods from
telecommunications, automation, and informatics to provide services at
remote locations. The dramatic progress in modern telecommunication and
information processing technologies at the beginning of the 21st century
offers an enormous economic potential for tele-maintenance,
teleoperations, and tele-monitoring. Applications include automation
systems of industrial plants, traffic control systems, aerospace
systems, tele-medicine, smart homes, tele-education, and distributed
sensor networks. All papers submitted to this conference will be double
blind reviewed. Acceptance will be based primarily on originality and
contribution. Telematics 2007 will be held in conjunction with the
IASTED International Conferences on:
Robotics and Applications (RA 2007)


Control Technology:

Remote Control
Distributed Control
Delayed Control
Predictive Control
Automation Systems
Traffic Control Systems
Sensor Networks
Smart Homes

Information Processing:

Distributed Information Systems
Embedded Systems
Internet Techniques
Virtual Reality
Security Aspects

Communication Technology:

General Packet Radio Services (GPRS)
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS)
Global Positioning System (GPS)
Satellite Navigation Systems
Bandwidth Limitations
Quality of Service

The university and congress city of Würzburg is located on the banks of
the river "Main" in Franconia, northern Bavaria. Munich is reachable
within 2.5 hours, Frankfurt and Rothenburg within one hour. Würzburg has
many historical sights such as the Fortress Marienberg, whose origins
date back to around 1000 B.C., and the Würzburg Residence. Renowned
German architect Balthasar Neumann built this "palace of palaces" from
1719 to 1744. The Venetian artist Tiepolo painted the vast fresco on the
ceiling above the famous staircase, thereby creating the largest
painting in the world. Furthermore, Würzburg is the centre of the
Franconian wine-growing region. Three of Germanys largest estates are
located here. Franconian wine in the typical "Bocksbeutel" (bottle) may
be tasted in numerous little taverns.

Best Regards,

Martin Saska
Publicity committee Telematics 2007

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