EToL 2019: Expert Talk on Localization 2019 - Lübeck, Germany, July 11-12, 2019
We announce the 4th Expert Talk on Localization 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.
Localization is a major technology in the field of medical, industrial and logistics applications. The Expert Talk offers researchers a platform to discuss recent results of their work and share opinions with each other. They are invited to discuss current issues and upcoming challenges. The Expert Talk on Localization features a demo and poster session. The demo session is dedicated to the presentation of practical results, e.g., localization systems, sensors, applications, and other contributions.
We invite contributions (abstracts, demos) of topics on localization, positioning, and related concepts.
12:30 - 13:00: Registration
13:00 - 14:00: Welcome & Brainstorming of Breakout Sessions
14:00 - 14:30: Coffee Break
14:30 - 16:00: Session 1 - Radar and LiDAR
Session chair: Janek Stoeck (HCU)
- A Practical Toolbox for Getting Started with mmWave FMCW Radar Sensors (Manfred Constapel, Marco Cimdins and Horst Hellbrück)
- Architecture of Detect, Track, and Classify Objects using LiDAR Measurements in Highway Scenarios (Mathias Pelka)
16:00 - 16:30: Coffee Break
16:30 - 17:30: Breakout Session
18:30: City tour
09:15 - 10:00: Panel Discussion
Results from the breakout sessions
10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 - 12:00: Session 2 - Positioning Hardware
Session chair: Marco Cimdins (THL)
- A Low-Cost GNSS Repeater for Indoor Operation (Yannic Schröder and Lars Wolf)
- Hardware Design for an Angle of Arrival Positioning System (Marco Gunia, Adrian Zinke, Niko Joram and Frank Ellinger)
12:00 - 13:00: Lunch
13:00 - 14:30: Session 3 - Smartphone and Ultra-wide Band Positioning
Session chair: Yannic Schröder (TU BS)
- Navigation in a library using smartphones (Janek Stoeck and Harald Sternberg)
- Understanding and Prediction of Ultra-Wide Band Channel Impulse Response Measurements (Benjamin Matthews, Sven Ole Schmidt and Horst Hellbrück)
14:30 - 15:00: Wrap up
We plan a demo, and technical exhibition session and panel discussions. Please contact us if you are interested in presenting a demonstrator in addition to submitting an abstract.
Authors are requested to submit abstracts limited up to three pages in a two-column IEEE conference format. Abstracts must present original research. Late-breaking advances and work-in-progress reports from ongoing research are appreciated. We also encourage you to submit failed ideas as it might spawn interesting discussions. Please submit your abstract via EasyChair until 16.06.2019.
Authors of accepted submissions are expected to present during the event.
Please submit your papers via Easychair https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=etol2019.
List of Topics
- Novel ideas and concepts about localization, positioning, and navigation
- Applications (e.g., IoT, industry 4.0, autonomous vehicles, sensor networks robotics, logistics, medical, safety, smartphones)
- Sensors for ranging or positioning (UWB, IMU, RFID, RSS, Phase-based, optical,…)
- Robustness, reliability, scalability, networking, data communication, localization infrastructure
- Mapping or SLAM
- Context, privacy
- Horst Hellbrück, TH Lübeck
- Marco Cimdins, TH Lübeck
- Marco Gunia, TU Dresden
- Yannic Schröder, TU Braunschweig
- Janek Stoeck, HCU Hamburg
- Marco Cimdins, TH Lübeck
The conference will be held in Lübeck.
All questions about submissions should be emailed to email@example.com.