[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] [CFP] Special Session on “Transducers for robot autonomous navigation” 20th IMEKO TC-4 Symposium

Alessandro Masi Alessandro.Masi at cern.ch
Fri May 30 09:21:18 PDT 2014

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Special Session on “Transducers for robot autonomous navigation”


IMEKO TC-14 – Benevento, Italy

** Call for Papers **

June 17,  2014 – Submission of Extended Abstract

June 30, 2014 - Notification of Acceptance

July 31, 2014 – Submission of Full Paper

The Special Session on “Transducers for robot autonomous navigation”  in the framework of the 20th IMEKO TC-4 Symposium on Measurements of Electrical Quantities, which will take place in Benevento, Italy, on 15th - 17th September 2014.

Autonomous navigation is attracting interest for a wide range of challenging applications, ranging from unsupervised inspection to search and rescue in harsh environments. The decision of how an intelligent and autonomous system has to behave with respect to its surroundings depends on the robustness and reliability of data acquired in real time from different types of transducers. In this session, the focus is set on sensors and transducers used for autonomous navigation as well as on their data fusion in real time for different applications, e.g. robotics, victim search, industrial environments, and so on.

The topics include but are not limited to

- Sensing for autonomous navigation;
- New transducers for robots;
- Robot environment interaction;
- Sensors fusion algorithms;
- Intelligent systems.

The papers published on the Proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop will be included in Scopus and Compendex data bases. The Authors of the best papers presented to the event will be invited to submit an extended version of their papers to Measurement Journal and/or ACTA IMEKO.
The Measurement journal has an Impact Factor = 1.130 and a 5-year Impact Factor = 1.159

Organizers of the Special Session
Alessandro Masi, CERN (Engineering Department), Switzerland
Roberto Losito, CERN (Engineering Department), Switzerland

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