1st KuVS Expert Talk on Localization - Report
Note: The KuVS Expert Talk on Localization was renewed for 2016. We are proud to announce the 2nd KuVS Expert Talk on Localization!
On 24 April 2015, the first KuVS Expert Talk was held in Lübeck, Germany. The Expert Talk on Localization provided a forum for presentation and discussion of new research and ideas in a local setting, bringing together experts and practitioners from academia and industry. The Expert Talk received attention even beyond Germany, featuring speakers and participants from eleven different institutions including Hamburg, Aachen, Berlin, Munich and Bern with a total of 22 attendees.
The program of the expert talk included nine high quality contributions on current research. The abstracts were published in the “Aachener Informatik Berichte” . Each contribution was presented in a 20-minute talk with additional Q&A after each presentation. Extended breaks between sessions provided attendees a possibility to discuss current issues and exchange ideas. We had lively discussions and exchange of ideas during the Q&A and the breaks. The goal meeting each other and getting to know other researchers in this field of research and there recent works was fully met.
In addition to traditional localization topics such as radio based localization, during the Expert Talk novel technologies were presented related to algorithms, stability, reliability, and applications. The attendees agreed to have a regular exchange in the format of Expert Talk and provided ideas how to develop the series of talks with demos and working sessions.
This report is available as [PDF]
 Pelka, M.; Bitsch Link, Jó. Á.; Hellbrück, H. & Wehrle, K. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1st KuVS Expert Talk on Localization, Aachener Informatik-Berichte, AIB-2015-08, 2015 [PDF]
1st KuVS Expert Talk
We announce the 1st Expert Talk on Localization - Algorithms of GI/ITG specialist group Communication and Distributed Systems. The objective of this expert talk is intense discussions among researchers from academia and industry in this challenging area.
9:00 - 9:30: Welcome and Introduction Horst Hellbrück, FHL
9:30 - 10:30: 1st. Session - Radio based Localization
- 9:30 - 9:50 InPhase: An Indoor Localization System based on Phase Difference Measurements
Yannic Schröder, Georg von Zengen, Stephan Rottmann, Felix Büsching and Lars Wolf
Technische Universität Braunschweig
- 9:50 - 10:10 Range-based Weighted-likelihood Particle Filter for RSS-based Indoor Tracking
Zan Li, Andreea Hossmann-Picu, Torsten Braun
University of Bern
- 10:10 - 10:30 Towards Real-Time Network-Based Positioning in LTE
Islam Alyafawi, Navid Nikaein, and Torsten Braun
10:30 - 11:00: Coffee break
11:00 - 12:00: 2nd. Session - Localization using Topology
- 11:00 - 11:20 Adhoc Topology retrival using USRP
Chuong Thach Nguyen, Stephan Sigg, Xiaoming Fu
University of Goettingen
- 11:20 - 11:40 Topological Localization with Bluetooth Low Energy in Office Buildings
Julian Lategahn, Thomas Ax, Marcel Müller, Christof Röhrig
University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund
- 11:40 - 12:00 Clustering of Inertial Indoor Positioning Data
Lorenz Schauer, Martin Werner
12:00 - 13:00: Lunch break
13:00 - 14:00: 3rd. Session - Visual Localization
- 13:00 - 13:20 Lane-Level Localization on Lanelet Maps Using Production Vehicle Sensors
Johannes Rabe, Sascha Quell, Marc Necker, Christoph Stiller
Daimler AG, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
- 13:20 - 13:40 Testbed for automotive indoor localization
Daniel Becker, Fabian Thiele, Oliver Sawade, Ilja Radusch
Daimler Center for Automotive Information Technology
- 13:40 - 14:00 Enabling Pedometers on Basis of Visual Feature Point Conversion
Chadly Marouane, Andre Ebert
Research & Development VIRALITY GmbH, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
14:00 - 14:30: Coffee break
14:30 - 14:50: Closing, Wrap-up and open discussion
14:50: End of Meeting
Localization is a major technology in the field of medical, industrial and logistics applications. Especially for indoor applications can benefit e.g. the knowledge, where doctors are required, scarce resources are scattered, and goods are moving, can safe lives, time and money.
The expert talk offer researchers a platform to discuss recent results of their work and share opinions among each other. They are invited to talk about current issues and upcoming challenges. It provides a platform to strengthen cooperations between researchers.
The CFP is here.
Topics of interests are (but not limited)
- Technologies (Optical Systems, Inertial Measurement Units, Ultra Wide Band, Wi-Fi-Fingerprinting, RSSI, Magnetic or other innovative systems)
- Applications (Industrial, Medical, Consumer, Frameworks, Security and Privacy issues, Mapping, …)
- Algorithms and Protocol for Localization and Navigation
- Indoor Localization and Navigations
- Long term Stability and Robustness of Localization Techniques
- Time synchronization, ToA, TDoA, AoA
- User requirements (Pedestrian, Industrial, …)
- Visualization (2D, 3D, …)
- Emerging Standards for Location and Route Exchange
Abstracts must present original, research or experience. Late breaking advances and work-in-progress reports from ongoing research are also encouraged. Authors are requested to submit abstracts limited to 3 pages (including a 5 - 10 line summary and references) in IEEE conference format. They will be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org until 19.03.2015.
Authors of accepted submissions are expected to present during the event.
Registration is free of charge and open, please register via email at email@example.com.
Feel free to send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Abstract submission: 19.03.2015
Notification of acceptance: 02.04.2015
Camera ready paper submission due: 17.04.2015
1st KuVS Expert Talk on Localization: 24.04.2015