Special Issue "Multi-Sensor Systems for Object Tracking—2nd Edition"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 September 2023) | Viewed by 3875
Interests: pattern recognition; signal processing; computer vision
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Homogenous and heterogeneous multi-sensor systems are among the most popular and affordable solutions for object tracking. Sensor-based object tracking can be applied not only to individuals (motion capture, wearable sensors) and autonomous vehicles (self-driving cars and robots), but also to the monitoring of personnel and traffic flow in flats, buildings or even whole cities. Depending on the application, these sensors might be vision-based, inertial measurement units (IMUs), LIDARs, and many others.
This Special Issue aim to represent the latest advances in multi-sensor systems for object tracking. We welcome contributions in all fields of sensor-based object tracking, including new systems, signal processing algorithms, as well as new applications. These include but are not limited to:
- Simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM);
- Motion capture;
- Autonomous vehicles;
- Ubiquitous sensors;
- Wearable sensors;
- Computer vision;
- Inertial measurement units (IMUs);
- High-energy particles detection with CCD cameras;
Dr. Tomasz Hachaj
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- object tracking
- simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM)
- motion capture
- autonomous vehicles
- ubiquitous sensors
- wearable sensors
- computer vision
- inertial measurement units (IMU)
- high-energy particles