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Wireless Sensors & Drones in IoT

Wi-DroIT 2022

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4th International Workshop on

Wireless Sensors and Drones in Internet of Things (Wi-DroIT) 2022

Marina Del Rey, LA, California, US

May 30 – June 1, 2022

co-located with DCOSS 2022

Submission link: click here

COVID-19 Pandemic Planning

We are optimistic the event will be held physically in LA but we are monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic evolution and a hybrid attendance format may be considered, if needed; in case of a hybrid format, every paper accepted for DCOSS 2022 (presented in person or virtually) will be published in the IEEE proceedings.

Scope

Recently, the rapid development of Unmanned Autonomous Vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones, has highlighted a plethora of emergent applications such as infrastructure inspection and surveillance, smart agriculture, seek and rescue, parcel delivery, communications, and post-disaster recovery. In all these applications, UAVs may coexist with ground Internet of Things (IoT) devices. For example, UAVs autonomously perform remote sensing relaying the collected data by the sensors. Moreover, single or multiple UAVs can cooperatively collaborate providing services that require efficient protocols where multiple objectives and constraints should be accounted for.

For this workshop, we seek papers that combine the design of algorithms and testbed implementations to develop the theoretical foundations for UAVs as well as the synergies with IoT devices. The numerous emergent applications raised by IoT may require an interdisciplinary approach, involving techniques from algorithm foundations and different areas, such as computer networks, artificial intelligence, concurrent, parallel and distributed computing, security, digital signal, image and sound processing.

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Authors are invited to submit original unpublished manuscripts that demonstrate current research on distributed sensor systems related to Wi-DroIT topics of interest. Please use the US letter size (8.5 x 11 in) standard IEEE conference LaTeX format or Microsoft Word template available here:

All submissions should be written in English and submitted as a full paper. Full papers should have a maximum of eight (8) printed pages including figures and references. Full papers are expected to describe fully developed ideas with a thorough evaluation. Note that Wi-DroIT does not follow the double-blind review policy. The names and affiliations of all the authors must be present in the submitted manuscript.

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