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29 November–2 December 2021, Lloret de Mar, Spain
11th International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (IPIN 2021)

The eleventh edition of the International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation is taking place in Lloret de Mar, 30, Spain. Lloret de Mar is in Costa Brava, 75 km north of Barcelona. Launched in 2010 in Zurich, Switzerland, IPIN is a unique event entirely dedicated to indoor navigation and localization, its applications and its development. The last ten years have seen enormous technical progress in this field. However, in contrast with outdoors well-established GNSS solutions, no technology still exists cheap and accurate enough for the general market. The potential applications of indoor localization are all-encompassing, from home to wide public areas, from IoT and personal devices to surveillance and crowd behavior applications, from casual use to mission-critical systems.

 The non-comprehensive list of conference topics is:

  • Algorithms for Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Applications of Location Awareness & Context Detection
  • Benchmarking, assessment, evaluation, standards
  • Health and Wellness Applications
  • Human Motion Monitoring and modeling
  • Indoor maps, Indoor Spatial Data Model & Indoor Mobile Mapping, and 3D building models
  • Indoor positioning, navigation and tracking methods
  • Innovative Systems
  • Location-based services and applications
  • Privacy and security for ILS
  • Robotics and UAV
  • Seamless systems
  • Self-contained sensors
  • User Requirements for location based systems
  • Wearable and multi-sensor systems

There will be also the following special sessions:

  • 5G Positioning: 3GPP standard and key techniques
  • Data Compression, Data Augmentation and Generative Modeling in Indoor Positioning
  • Experimental Evaluation of Visible Light Positioning
  • Machine Learning for Localization and Navigation
  • Magnetic-Based Localization Techniques
  • Standards for Enhancing Interoperability and Research Reproducibility
  • WPTLoc: Localization Techniques in Wireless Power Transfer System

Please see the CFP for details.

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