S-CUBE 2010 (13-15 December 2010, Miami, United States of America) provides an ideal venue to address the research challenges facing system development and software support for wireless sensor network-based systems that have the potential to impact society in many ways. Currently, wireless sensor networks enable innovative and interesting application scenarios that may support a large amount of different applications including environmental monitoring, seismic sensing, smart-homes, disaster prevention, building automation, object tracking, nuclear reactor control, fire detection, agriculture, health care, utility infrastructure monitoring, and traffic monitoring.
Technical papers describing original, previously unpublished research, not currently under review by another conference or journal, are solicited.
Paper submission deadline: 31 July 2010
Notification of paper acceptance: 1 September 2010
Camera-ready submission deadline: 15 October 2010
Accepted papers will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering (LNICST) series.
More info here.
The submission deadline of ACM BuildSys 2010: 2nd ACM Workshop On Embedded Sensing Systems For Energy-Efficiency In Buildings has been extended to Aug 12th, 2010
In conjunction with ACM SenSys, Zurich, Switzerland – November 2, 2010.
Papers will be published and archived by ACM.
* Submission deadline: 12 August 2010 (Extended)
* Notification of acceptance: 7 September 2010
* Camera Ready Due: 25 September 2010
* Workshop date: 2 November 2010
More information are available in the workshop website.
The OpenPicus project officially has the first Wi-Fi module released. It’s small and integrates the Microchip PIC24F (256K Flash, 16K Ram) and the new Microchip Wi-Fi certified module.
FlyPort (name of the module) runs the Wireless Stack (TCP/IP version 5.25 from Microchip) and the Application layer. It’s provided with a comfortable 26 ways Male Pinheader connector to let you prototype and test easily.
Programmer has full control of the Wi-Fi module, Low power modes are available. Flyport act as powerful webserver (you can run even Ajax apps like graphic libraries) or it may send you email or send data to a remote server.
Claudio Carnevali, founder of the OpenPicus project, says: “We believe FlyPort is a revolutionary device and we’ll be able to achieve a price under 30 Euro soon. Wi-Fi is the natural wireless platform for the Internet of Things, because it doesn’t need any gateway and expecially when your application can control the RF transceiver to save energy”
More info here.
The fifth international workshop on Middleware Tools, Services and Run-Time Support for Sensor Networks (MidSens’10) will be co-located with Middleware 2010 (November 29th – December 3rd, 2010) in Bangalore, India.
The paper submission deadline has been extended to August 15th 2010.
See the submission page for details.
Applications are invited for a fully-funded PhD position with the Cogent Computing Applied Research Centre in the Faculty of Engineering and Computing at Coventry University. PhD studentship in Pervasive Computing: Wireless sensing and HVAC comfort control in vehicle cabins.
More info available here
Starts: 28th September 2010 or January 2011
Closing date for applications: 1st September 2010
The Cape Breton University (CBU) Center for Technology Development, Wireless Systems Group (CTD-WSG), is calling for expressions-of-interest in a new, international collaborative research and development program titled ?Wireless Network Control Systems? (WNCS). The total proposal is estimated at $4.2 million CDN over three years. Several opportunities remain for projects with budgets in the range of $25,000-75,000.
The due date for expression of interest is July 30th, 2010. Get complete information here.
The DASH7 Alliance, a non-profit industry consortium that promotes the use of the ISO 18000-7 standard for wireless sensor networking, today announced the release of an updated specification for the ISO 18000-7 standard for wireless sensor networking that enables tag-to-tag communications, improved location precision, over-the-air configuration, and higher data rates. The Mode 2 specification was submitted as a new work item to the ISO 18000-7 standards committee following approval by the DASH7 Alliance, which today includes more than 50 participants from 23 countries. The full Mode 2 spec is available today to DASH7 Alliance members and will be available to the public in ISO in mid-2011.