[AISWorld] Robotics Sensors Workshop

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Thu Mar 9 05:23:29 EST 2017

Call For Papers

First International Workshop on "Enabling Technologies in Robotics 

(Co-located with the Seventh International Conference on Innovative 
Computing Technology (INTECH 2017)
Luton, UK
August 16-18, 2017

Infusing human features in Robots lead to the advancement of the 
Robotics. Accelarated growth in the robotics research is visulaized now 
in different forms and directions. Robots, when have advanced sensors 
will enable to function in  a biomimetic way. Hence, the sensor-infused 
robotics are able to mark breakthrough in robotics research. The 
robotics sensing platforms go beyond boundaries and organized 
envirionments and delimit the tasks. The sensor-driven robots can work 
with complexity, multi-task environment and extensive capabilities.  The 
potential for robotic sensors lies with many features such as software 
and hardware, complex algorithms, enhanced interfaces and so on. Thus, 
to make it known the innovative research in robotic sensors we designed 
and planned this workshop as the part of INTECH 2017. Topics discussed 
in the proposed workshop are

-Active and Passive Sensors
-Tactile Sensors
-Sensors Performance
-Actuators and Controllers
-Internal and External Sensors
-Touch, Proximity Sensors
-Sensors in different applications
-Multi-Robot Allocation Problems
-Data-driven Robotics
-Mobile Robotics
-Dynamic Vision Sensors
-Sensors based navigation
-Human-robot interactions
-Software architectures, tools, and systems
-Mapping, localization, path-planning, and navigation

Important Dates

Submission of papers: June 01, 2017
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: July 01, 2017
Camera Ready: August 01, 2017
Registration August 01, 2017
Conference: August 16-18, 2017

We invite submissions up to 8 pages in IEEE format. Submissions should 
be made via the conference web site. The program committee will select 
papers based on topical relevance, technical contribution and general 
interest to the community.

Workshop Chair

Yao-Liang Chung, National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan

Contact: intech at dirf.org

Submissions at-http://www.socio.org.uk/intechsub/intech17/openconf.php

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