Mobile Entity Localization, Tracking and Analysis 2016

6th International Workshop on Mobile Entity Localization, Tracking and Analysis (MELT)

co-located with

24rd ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems

    After decades of research and development for  localization and tracking, there has been significant progress in location-awareness and location-based services around the world recent years. Almost all cellphone platforms, Android, iPhone and Windows phones, have localization and tracking facilities. In addition, special hardware and infrastructure (e.g., RFID, UWB and BLE or sensor tags) have been developed and deployed for tracking people and merchandise. The advances in cameras and computer vision make it possible for cheap simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM). However, there are remaining challenging problems to be solved, such as accuracy, power management, effective sensor fusions with increasingly powerful embedded computation and resourceful parallel computing backend, learning, transmitting and storing individual trajectories and spatial environment representation, labor-less environmental survey or infrastructure establishment for location-awareness, crowd computing or collective intelligence for map creations, and big data analytics of real-time and historical semantic locations that helps improving efficiency for both consumers and businesses.

    After four successful workshops (2008, 2009, 2010,2011 and 2015) held with various conferences in mobile, ubiquitous and sensor computing, this year we aim to provide a forum for knowledge sharing and academic-industrial networking. The workshop will be a combination of keynote speeches, technical talks, demonstrations and panel discussions. 

Important Dates

TBD Paper due
TBD Acceptance notification
TBD Camera ready submission
TBD Workshop date

Subpages (1): MELT2015