Consumer Robotics track to be held at ICCE: Submit a Paper today!
Call for Papers: Two special tracks on Consumer Robotics
To be held at the IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE 2017)
8-11 January 2017
Las Vegas, NV USA
co-organized by IEEE Consumer Electronics Society and IEEE Robotics and Automation Society
co-located with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2017)
In a joint effort, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society and IEEE Consumer Electronics Society are co-organizing two special tracks on consumer robotics at the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics:
1. Special track "Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicles"
2. Special track "Key technologies for Consumer Robotics"
"Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicles"
We are soliciting contributions describing systems as well as basic technologies in this area. Papers with a focus on the consumer applications, such as people tracking or guarding are equally welcome as papers describing UAVs in professional service application such a delivery or surveillance.
"Key technologies for Consumer Robotics"
Papers contributed to the special track on key technologies for consumer robotics should not describe robotics technologies at large but have a clear and demonstrated relation to a consumer robotics application. We invite papers describing novel systems and applications as well key technologies, such as low-cost perception or low-cost actuation enabling new consumer robots. Preliminary considerations on business models are desired but not a must.
Submissions either in form of a 2-page extended abstract or a 4-page short paper shall be submitted to www.icce.org/ Here: http://www.icce.org/instructions-for-authors/
Due date for submissions: 22 July 2016
Notification of acceptance: 2 September 2016
Camera-ready paper due: 23 September 2016
Erwin Prassler (Bonn-Rhein-Sieg UoA/Locomotec) Germany
Paul Oh (UN Las Vegas) USA
Satoshi Tadokoro (Tohoku University), Japan
Zexiang Li (HKUST), Hong Kong