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28 Sep 2022

2022 IEEE Day Event – ITSS Germany – Sounds that Matter: Auditory Human Factors

2022-10-28T08:37:36+00:00

The IEEE ITSS German Chapter is inviting everyone cordially to our 2022 IEEE Day Event. IEEE Day celebrates the first time in history when engineers worldwide gathered to share their technical ideas in 1884. Meet colleagues and get up to date with technology and research within the ITS field. Talk Abstract It is important [...]

2022 IEEE Day Event – ITSS Germany – Sounds that Matter: Auditory Human Factors2022-10-28T08:37:36+00:00
15 Sep 2022

ITSS Annual European Chapters Meeting

2022-10-07T08:33:53+00:00

The main goal of the IEEE ITSS Annual European Chapters Meeting is to provide support to local communities and encourage the technological innovations in the area of the intelligent transportation systems including but not limited to: establishment and moderating a forum for the knowledge exchange between universities, industry, and research institutes, support to the [...]

ITSS Annual European Chapters Meeting2022-10-07T08:33:53+00:00
22 May 2022

Students and Young Professionals Social Event @ IEEE IV’22

2022-05-22T18:19:05+00:00

This not-to-be-missed social event aims to provide PhD students and young professionals, with an opportunity to expand their network of contacts. It is organized by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS) and supported by the IEEE ITSS German Chapter and the IEEE Germany Young Professionals AG and it is open for all ITS [...]

Students and Young Professionals Social Event @ IEEE IV’222022-05-22T18:19:05+00:00
1 Nov 2021

Distinguished Lecture – By Dr. Paul Chauchat – Recent Results on Inertial Navigation: Non-linear Insights and Linear Threats

2021-11-29T08:42:46+00:00

Title Recent Results on Inertial Navigation: Non-linear Insights and Linear Threats Brief Abstract Mobile systems need to locate themselves ever more accurately, and in ever more complex situations. To this end, they are endowed with various sensors, the data of which are fused to obtain an estimate of the vehicle’s location, either globally (with the [...]

Distinguished Lecture – By Dr. Paul Chauchat – Recent Results on Inertial Navigation: Non-linear Insights and Linear Threats2021-11-29T08:42:46+00:00
26 Jul 2021

Distinguished Lecture – By Dr. Lorenz Hruby – Progress and challenges in developing an industrial grade visual SLAM system

2021-11-29T08:42:43+00:00

Title Progress and challenges in developing an industrial grade visual SLAM system Brief Abstract Advances in algorithms, cameras and embedded computing hardware have allowed for the first implementations of visual SLAM in smartphones and XR goggles as well as vacuum cleaner robots and autonomous drones. Despite this initial success, visual SLAM remains an active field [...]

Distinguished Lecture – By Dr. Lorenz Hruby – Progress and challenges in developing an industrial grade visual SLAM system2021-11-29T08:42:43+00:00
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