Special Issue "Selected Papers from SPWID, ALLSENSORS, SENSORCOMM, SENSORDEVICES, SMART ACCESSIBILITY, SIGNAL, CENICS, ICQNM"
A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 October 2019) | Viewed by 6778
Interests: human computer interaction; user experience design; design for all; accessibility for people with visual impairment
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Embrapa Instrumentation, São Carlos, Brazil
Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar), São Carlos, Brazil
University of São Paulo (USP), São Paulo, Brazil
Interests: study and development of sensors; metering processes; physics applied to agriculture; intelligent systems; image processing; systems modelling; complex networks; knowledge systems; semantic computing and automation in agriculture
The science and technology of sensors has had a remarkable influence on smart wearable, implantable and disability-oriented devices and systems, as well as in the Agriculture 4.0, which demands smart sensors, and advanced decision support systems. Thus, both academia and industry who were presented their conference papers in conference events SPWID, ALLSENSORS, SENSORCOMM, SENSORDEVICES, SMART ACCESSIBILITY, SIGNAL, CENICS, ICQNM are invited to submit papers about any of following topics of interest:
Wearable devices; Implantable devices; Brain-driven devices (brain signal capturing devices); Wearable sensors, actuators, input/output devices; Smart textile technologies, textile sensing and feedback, e-textiles, smart fabrics; Eyewear mounted sensors and actuator systems; Wearable displays; Smart watches; Smart glasses; Smart night-vision devices; Smart audio drivers/amplifiers; Smart accompanying robots; Manufacturing challenges; Societal implications, health risk, environmental, food security, and privacy aspects
Smart/intelligent prosthetics; Organ replacement devices (artificial organs); Accompanying robots; Patient/citizen body-driven technology (self-adaptive devices to body's conditions); Devices for helping services for persons with sense disabilities (blind, not-mobile, etc.); Designing large-scale grids and clouds of smartphones for assistive coordination; Motion detection and activity recognition; Neurological disabilities; Personalization, customization and lifelong learning in activity recognition; sensors and actuators for autonomous agricultural vehicles and precision farming.
Design of smart clothing in medicine Virtual hospitals; Ambient-assisted living; Activity monitoring devices (walking, working, sleeping, exercising, …); Pain control devices; Lifestyle improvement devices; Alert and hazard situations monitoring devices; risk management in agriculture, food safety, logistic in agriculture, smart farming, collaborative agricultural machinery, and rational use of inputs for food production.
Prof. Dr. Jun Dong Cho
Prof. Dr. Paulo E. Cruvinel
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