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IPIN 2012 : 3rd International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation


When Nov 13, 2012 - Nov 15, 2012
Where Sydney, Australia
Submission Deadline May 15, 2012
Categories    navigation   localization

Call For Papers

We invite you to join the international community working on Indoor Positioning and Navigation.

The IPIN international conference, first organised by ETH Zurich in 2010, proved to be the place to be on all matters related to Indoor Positioning and Navigation techniques. Indeed, for its first edition, it gathered more than 450 researchers, system developers, and service providers both from academia and industry. The second edition held in Guimaraes, Portugal, capitalised on the first editions success and was once again the biggest international conference dedicated to indoor positioning.

We invite you to submit your work in one of the following formats: abstract (1 page), poster (up to 2 pages including figures) or demonstration. Upon review by the Program Committee, authors of the accepted abstracts will be invited to submit either a short paper (up to 4 pages) or a full paper (up to 10 pages) before the conference. Short papers will be reviewed by the Program Committee and published in the conference proceedings upon acceptance. Full papers will be submitted to peer-reviewing and all accepted full papers will be included in the conference proceedings and published online in the IEEE Xplore database.

We would like to encourage technical demonstrations to take place at the conference, so if you would like to present your work in an engaging way to fellow academics and members of the industry, please contact us via the contact form.

All submissions must be made via our START Conference Manager.

Indoor positioning and navigation is clearly a multidisciplinary area of reasearch, integrating electronics, robotics, computer science, communications and Geographic Information Systems to cite only a few. Therefore, we encourage the submission of contributions in one of the following topics:

User requirements
Requirements for high precision applications
Requirements for the mass market
General user requirements for localisation
Hybrid IMU Pedestrian Navigation & Foot Mounted Navigation
Systems integrating Inertial Measurement Units (IMU)
Hybrid technologies
Multi sensor systems integrating Inertial Measurement Units (IMU)
Hybrid sensor fusion
Pedestrian navigation & tracking
Systems using inertial sensors
Systems using zero-velocity updates
Step length estimation
High Sensitivity GNSS, GNSS Indoors, Pseudolites
Acquisition of weak GNSS signals
GNSS in indoor environments
Multipath modeling
Pseudolite indoor localisation
GNSS repeaters
Locata indoor localisation
Signal Strength Based Methods, Fingerprinting
Localisation Based on WLAN
Indoor localisation based on ZigBee, FM radio and other RF signals
RSS based methods
Ultra Wide Band
UWB based position determination
UWB TOA & Fingerprinting
Applications of UWB
Passive & Active RFID
Use of RFID tags
RFID localisation
RFID waypoint guidance
RFID positioning algorithms
RFID applications
Optical Systems
Camera based positioning
View based navigation
Camera egomotion estimation
Ultra Sound Systems
Localisation methods based on ultrasound
Ultrasonic wave propagation and distance estimation
Ultra sound sensor networks theory and applications
TOF, TDOA based localisation
Localisation based on TOF
Localisation based on TDOA
Position estimation and algorithms
Localisation & Algorithms for WSN
Network localisation
Cooperative localisation algorithms
Localisation in WSN
Framework for Hybrid Positioning
Heterogeneous sensor fusion
Integration platforms
Combination of indoor and outdoor positioning
Applications of Location Awareness & Context Detection
Applications in museums and in health care
Applications in landmine detection and radiation measurements
Location awareness for smart industry
Context aware applications
Provision of context information
Situation aware tracking algorithms
Industrial Metrology & Geodetic Systems, iGPS
High precision positioning technologies
Total stations, laser trackers
Development of iGPS, an indoor tracking system developed by Nikon
Radar Systems
Localization based on radar
FMCW (Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave) systems
FMCW based algorithms
Mapping, SLAM
SLAM (Simultaneous Localization And Mapping)
Magnetic Localization
Systems using electromagnetic fields
Systems using coil based magnetic fields
Systems using permanent magnetic fields
Innovative Systems
Systems based on sounds
Systems based on fluorescent light
Other novel idea

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