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FBW 2010 : Caneus Fly By Wireless Workshop


When Aug 24, 2010 - Aug 27, 2010
Where Orono, USA
Submission Deadline Jul 30, 2010
Notification Due Aug 14, 2010
Final Version Due Aug 24, 2010
Categories    wireless   sensor networks   communications

Call For Papers

2010 CANEUS Fly-by-Wireless Workshop will bring together leaders from aerospace industry, academia, and government agencies, to discuss recent advances in wireless communications focused on applications in aerospace industry. The workshop will be hosted by the University of Maine, Orono, Maine, USA, on August 24- 27, 2010. The Workshop remains a unique forum for wireless technology providers and end-users to discuss aerospace roadmap for future research and development and form meaningful partnerships. New innovations such as battery-free wireless sensor systems, reliable multi-tier wireless networks, and high temperature sensors will be highlighted at the workshop. Ultimately, this effort will contribute to minimizing cables and connectors across the aerospace industry by providing more reliable and higher performance wireless alternatives at lower cost.

The 2010 CANEUS FWB Workshop, third of its kind, builds on the successes from the 1st Joint CANEUS/NASA 2007 “Fly-by-Wireless” Workshop, held in March 2007 at Grapevine, Texas and the 2nd CANEUS "Fly-by-Wireless" Workshop held in June 2009 at Montreal, Canada. The first CANEUS/NASA FBW workshop grew out of an identified need from the CANEUS 2006 Aerospace End-User Committee on SHM - Structural Health Monitoring held at Toulouse. Organizations from the Americas, Europe and Asia regions, attending CANEUS workshops, have taken concrete steps to continue development of their wireless programs and also establish successful collaborative projects, e.g. Wi-Testbed, Frequecy Spectrum, Wi-Engine, Wi-SHM, Wi- Sense, and others.


1. Provide an international forum for user needs and wireless alternatives to precipitate cooperation and partnerships.
2. Promote understanding of the maturity and capability of alternatives to wired infrastructure.
3. Identify key challenges and solution paths and capturing lessons learned from wired or wireless connectivity that need to be addressed in future architectures and technologies.
4. Quantify the life cycle return on investment or mission need for various applications and opportunities to establish which investments and partnerships have promise.
5. Identify and enable key partnerships, working groups, projects and plans to implementing “Fly-by-Wireless” in aerospace vehicles.

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