Sensors in Automatic Control Systems: the XV International Scientific and Technical Conference "Actual Problems Of Electronic Instrument Engineering" APEIE-2021
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Interests: sensors in automatic control systems; sensors in robotics; smart sensors; fast measurements; accuracy; dynamic error
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Sensors in automation and robotic devices are very important. Their speed, accuracy, and measurement range in an essential part determine the characteristics of the entire automation device or robotics as a whole. The development of methods and measuring instruments for this reason determine the progress in this direction of technology. Such sensors should have the highest possible response speed and high accuracy, reliability, reproducibility of their characteristics, low noise, and displacement. The scientific exchange of information on the latest advances in high-speed sensors and their applications is extremely relevant. Of interest are reports on the expansion of the scope of sensors and on methods for improving them, as well as on technologies for creating new sensors, methods of their certification, calibration, and so on.
The XV International Scientific and Technical Conference «Actual Problems of Electronic Instrument Engineering» (APEIE 2021)(https://apeie.conf.nstu.ru/) is one of the leading events reporting research results on all scientific aspects of electrical, electronic and radio engineering, semiconductor nanotechnology, optical systems, meas-uring technologies, as well as their relevant industrial trends. This Special Issue is devoted to these works. Authors of all accepted papers relevant to topics presented at APEIE 2021 are invited to submit an expanded version of their accepted conference paper to the Special Issue.
The purpose of this Special Issue is also to present the latest advances in technology for the creation and use of physical sensors. Contributions to all areas of metrology are welcomed, including new measurement signal processing methods, sensor activation methods, methods to improve their accuracy, smart sensors, and new applications. Those include but are not limited to:
- Measurements in robotics;
- Measurements in automation;
- Autonomous control systems;
- Smart sensors;
- Multichannel sensors;
- Sensors of many values;
- Active and passive measurement methods;
- New algorithms and methods for processing sensor signals;
- Methods to improve the accuracy of measurements.
- Fundamental metrology and frequency standards
- Laser measuring
Dr. Vadim Zhmud
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