The recent development of the Internet of Things (IoT) brings forward numerous novel technologies whose application scenarios are not only applied to the user level (e.g., individual consumer or private company), but also the system level (e.g., commercial or industrial sector). For example, the IoT plays a significant role in the current Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) which consists of advanced sensing, wireless communications, cloud computing, intelligent control, massive data management, and many other elements.
However, these advances also bring significant challenges to public authorities, industry, as well as scientific communities. In terms of system design and control, current IoT applications in ITS need to be refined or even redesigned to better function under uncertainties in demand, and to better cooperate with existing conventional vehicles and infrastructure. From the performance assessment perspective, models and simulation tools based on artificial intelligence and big data have been widely developed for validation and evaluation of IoT applications, but also need to be re-examined with field implementations.
This workshop will be the third of its series (the previous two were held on IV'20 and ITSC'21), focusing on sharing the state-of-the-art design, models, algorithms, and field implementation of a wide range of IoT applications in ITS, identifying challenges as well as research needs, and aiming to encourage cross-disciplinary cooperation. The specific topics of interests are listed below:• Digital twin of intelligent vehicles
Please submit your workshop paper HERE, please make sure to select the corresponding workshop from the list (WS09 - Workshop on Internet of Things in Intelligent Transportation Systems)
Paper submission instructions can be found here. Submitted papers shall not exceed six pages (two additional pages allowed with a fee) as a PDF file in IEEE two column format.
Important Dates:• February 01, 2023: Workshop Paper Submission Deadline (firm deadline, no extension)