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PIMRC_Wkshp 2023 : Vision and Challenges of Wireless Communication for Future Industrial IoT


When Sep 5, 2023 - Sep 8, 2023
Where Toronto, Canada
Submission Deadline May 19, 2023
Notification Due Jun 16, 2023
Final Version Due Jul 7, 2023
Categories    industrial iot   wireless communication   digital twins   time-sensitive networking

Call For Papers


Industry 4.0 is evolving through the digital transformation of manufacturing processes to bridge the physical and digital worlds through cyber-physical systems. The development towards Industry 5.0 has also been initiated, emphasizing sustainability, resilience, and a human-centric approach. The next generation of wireless technologies is envisioned to intelligently interconnect humans and machines from the physical world and their digital representations in the virtualized digital world. Advancements in cloud and edge computing, artificial intelligence, and robotics, also open new dimensions in revolutionizing these processes. Moreover, digital twinning of the physical entities enables support for the engineering, maintenance, reconfiguration, and recycling of industrial automation systems. Accordingly, numerous visionary use cases are expected to emerge requiring deterministic communication capabilities. The challenge of deterministic and bounded low-latency communication is being addressed by standardization bodies such as IEEE 802.1, IETF DetNet, 3GPP time-sensitive communication, and industrial alliances such as 5G-ACIA. Ultra-reliable and low-latency communication has been an important aspect of 5G communication that enables the support for determinism and integration with deterministic communication technologies and will further be developed under the 6G vision. The global Industry 4.0/5.0 market is expected to gain momentum by 2028, however, their application requirements are one of the most challenging for wireless systems. Therefore, innovation is needed in all supporting technologies. Communication through 6G technologies will enable and foster the development of technologies for multiple industry verticals and is going to play a key role in improving system efficiency and availability.
This workshop is an initiative of European Cooperation in Science & Technology (COST) The Intelligence-Enabling Radio Communications for Seamless Inclusive Interactions (INTERACT) and EU-funded SNS project DETERMINISTIC6G that aims at understanding the trends and vision of industry 5.0 use cases and corresponding latest developments in wireless communications.


The focus topic of the workshop are:
● Vision and requirements of highly demanding industry 5.0 use cases
● Advancements in wireless communications for cyber-physical system applications
● Communications technologies enabling human-machine interaction and their continuum with the virtual world through digital twins
● Enhancements for industrial wireless communication, including time-sensitive networks, deterministic communication, quality of service
● Channel measurements and channel modeling in industrial environments
● Routing and scheduling algorithms for reliable and real-time industrial IoT
● Wireless communication trade-offs in reliability, latency, and service availability for cyber-physical systems
● Safety and security aspects, jamming prevention, detection, and mitigation techniques for wireless communication in industrial environments
● Trustworthy edge and cloud computing services for data offloading of computationally intensive applications
● Advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques enabling extremely dependable networked systems
● Experimental deployment and validation of 5G communication in industrial scenarios


Authors are invited to submit original contributions written in English that have not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere. Technical papers must be formatted using the IEEE 2-column format and should be 5 pages full paper submissions. Papers should be submitted through the EDAS submission system.

General Co-Chairs:

Raheeb Muzaffar (Silicon Austria Labs, AT)
Golsa Ghiaasi (Silicon Austria Labs , AT)
Hamed Ahmadi (University of York, UK)
Dhruvin Patel (Ericsson, DE)

Technical Program Committee:

James Gross (KTH, SE)
Joachim Sachs (Ericsson, SE)
Marilet De Andrade Jardim (Ericsson, SE)
Hans-Peter Bernhard (Silicon Austria Labs, AT)
Fjolla Ademaj (Silicon Austria Labs, AT)
Mahin Atiq (Silicon Austria Labs, AT)
Ladislav Polak (Brno University of Technology, CZ)
Emiliano Sisinni (University of Brescia, IT)
Irene Kilanioti (University of Athens, GR)
Richard Candell (NIST, USA)
Óscar Seijó (IKELAN, ES)
Sara Cavallero (University of Bologna, IT)
Mohamed Hany (NIST, USA)

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