Call for Papers for The European Test and Telemetry Conference ettc2018
June 26th-28th, 2018
Agile telemetry… more than ever
Abstract deadline January 26th, 2018
In cooperation with SENSOR+TEST 2018
Telemetry technologies for aeronautical, space, automotive, biomedical applications… are both supported and challenged by innovative industrial developments like IoT, Big Data, Wireless Systems… Connectivity is the backbone of the modern society!
Adapting to and integrating these new technologies re-present many challenges but offer new capabilities, which are mandatory for testing modern and future systems, including UAVs / drones.
Security of links and networks is to be included by design: jamming, anti-jamming, spoofing…
It’s actually only about remaining agile… but today more than ever!
Join the European Test and Telemetry Conference 2018 and share your applications of telemetry with your peers from all industries! Attend short courses, technical presentations, standardization committees and working groups. Visit the large exhibition covering all topics of the high technology business of telemetry.
Requested topics include
- Data Acquisition & Sensors
- Data Management Technology & Solutions – Big Data!
- Networks & Transport Protocols
- Internet of Things
- Security of links and networks: jamming, anti-jamming, spoofing
- Distributed Operations – a Telemetry Cloud?
- Remote Site Automation
- Range Safety Systems
- Ground Systems Architectures
- Spectrum Efficient Technologies & Applications
- RF Design, Receivers & Antennas
- Optical transmission
- Modulation & Coding
- Imaging & Video
- Time Space position technologies
- Other Aspects of Telemetry
Abstract deadline: January 26th, 2018
Papers will be judged based on their scientific and technical content, relevance to the scope of the conference and originality.
An acceptance notification and instructions will be sent by March 12th, 2018.
Final manuscripts — not exceeding 10 pages in length — are required by May 4th, 2018. Please note that the conference enforces the „no paper, no podium” rule.