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IPIN 2019 : Tenth International conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation

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Link: http://ipin2019.isti.cnr.it
 
When Sep 30, 2019 - Oct 3, 2019
Where Pisa, Italy
Submission Deadline May 10, 2019
Notification Due Jun 30, 2019
Final Version Due Jul 31, 2019
Categories    indoor positioning   indoor navigation
 

Call For Papers

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* * * CALL FOR PAPERS * * *

Tenth International Conference on
INDOOR POSITIONING AND INDOOR NAVIGATION
IPIN 2019
(http://ipin2019.isti.cnr.it/)

30 September - 3 October 2019, Pisa, Italy
Technical co-sponsor IEEE

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The tenth edition of the International conference on Indoor Positioning and
Indoor Navigation and the sixth IPIN Competition are taking place in Pisa,
Italy. Launched in 2010 in Zurich, Switzerland, IPIN is a unique event entirely
dedicated to indoor localisation, its applications and its development.

Join the 250 expected industrial and academic experts in informatics,
electronics and surveying to address this challenge. Discuss in person
scientific and industrial matters, witness state-of-the-art systems and methods,
participate in the uniquely challenging IPIN competition and enjoy the ancient
town of Pisa and beautiful Tuscany.

IPIN solicits submission of high quality technical papers reporting original
work not previously published, nor currently submitted for consideration
elsewhere. Papers are submitted as one of two types. Regular paper: limited to
8 IEEE format pages, for oral presentation. Work-in-Progress (WiP) paper: from
5 to 8 LNCS format pages, for poster or oral presentation

Paper submission instructions are found at http://ipin2019.isti.cnr.it. Papers
undergo peer reviewing and, once accepted, are included in the conference
proceedings by submitting WiP papers to CEUR-WS and regular papers to IEEE
Xplore Digital Library.

Topics of interest include:

• User requirements
• UI, indoor maps and 3D building models
• Human motion monitoring and modelling
• Robotics and UAV
• Indoor navigation and tracking methods
- AoA, TOF, TDOA based localisation
- RSSI and magnetic fingerprinting
- PDR, IMU and hybrid systems
- UWB, ultrasound, optical systems
- RFID, radar, device-free systems
- Mapping, SLAM
- Frameworks for hybrid positioning
- Cooperative, machine learning systems
• Seamless systems
- HS-GNSS, indoor GNSS, pseudolites
- RTK GNSS with handheld devices
- Mitigating GNSS error switching to indoor
- Industrial metrology & geodetic systems, iGPS
• Self-contained sensors
• Wearable and multi-sensor systems
• Privacy and security for ILS
• Location-based services and applications
• Health and wellness applications
• Benchmarking, assessment, evaluation, standards

Special sessions on Evaluation and Machine learning.

The sixth IPIN Competition will take place the days before the conference
in Pisa, in the Pisa CNR Area, following the traditional format with both
on-site and off-site tracks.

The conference includes keynotes, tutorials and industry exhibitions.
Confirmed keynote speakers include Nader Moayeri and Neal Patwari.

We are at http://ipin2019.isti.cnr.it and on Twitter @ConferenceIpin

Important Dates
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Paper submission: 26 May 23:59 AoE
Notification of acceptance: 30 June
Competition application: 12 July
Camera-ready: 21 July
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Organizing Committee
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Conference chairs: Francesco Potortì — ISTI-CNR (IT)
Valérie Renaudin — Ifsttar (FR)

TPC chairs: Paolo Barsocchi — ISTI-CNR (IT)
Masanori Sugimoto — Hokkaido University (JP)

Publication chairs: Kyle O'Keefe — University of Calgary (CA)
Filippo Palumbo — ISTI-CNR (IT)

Publicity chair: Masanori Sugimoto — Hokkaido University (JP)

Competition chairs: Francesco Potortì — ISTI-CNR (IT)
Sangjoon Park — ETRI (KR)

Competition Track 1: Antonino Crivello, Filippo Palumbo — ISTI-CNR (IT)
Track 2: Soyeon Lee ETRI (KR)
Track 3: Joaquín Torres-Sospedra — University Jaume I (ES)
Track 4: Miguel Ortiz — GEOLOC Team, Ifsttar (FR)
Track 5: Ryosuke Ichikari, Ryo Shimomura — AIST and Tsukuba U. (JP)
Software: Michele Girolami — ISTI-CNR (IT)

Technical Program Committee: see http://ipin2019.isti.cnr.it/tpc

Steering Committee: Philippe Canalda — Université de Franche-Comté (FR)
Binghao Li — University of New South Wales (AU)
Rainer Mautz — Swiss Federal Railways (CH)
Hideo Makino — Niigata University (JP)
Adriano Moreira — University of Minho (PT)
Kyle O'Keefe — University of Calgary (CA)
Valérie Renaudin — Ifsttar (FR)
Masanori Sugimoto — Hokkaido University (JP)
Jesús Ureña — University of Alcalá (ES)

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