3D printed capacitive shear and normal force sensor using a highly flexible dielectric
Martijn Schouten, Camilla Spaan, Dimitrios Kosmas, Remco Sanders and Gijs Krijnen
(University of Twente, The Netherlands)
Positional feedback of a linear track slider using a low-cost stretch sensor
Gerald Olson, Clive Davies, Gourab Sen Gupta, Luke Fullard and Rose Davies
(Massey University, New Zealand)
Low-Latency Detection of Epileptic Seizures from iEEG with Temporal Convolutional Networks on a Low-Power Parallel MCU
Marcello Zanghieri (University of Bologna, Italy); Alessio Burrello (Viale Carlo Pepoli 2 & MICREL lab Università di Bologna, Italy); Simone Benatti (University of Bologna, Italy); Kaspar Schindler (Sleep-Wake-Epilepsy-Center, University Hospital Inselspital Bern, Switzerland); Luca Benini (University of Bologna, Italy)
LiDAR + Camera Sensor Data Fusion On Mobiles With AI-based Virtual Sensors To Provide Situational Awareness For The Visually Impaired
Vivek Bharati (Homestead High School, Cupertino, California, USA)
SmartTag: an Ultra Low Power Asset Tracking and Usage Analysis IoT Device with Embedded ML Capabilities
Marco Giordano and Raphael Fischer (ETH Zurich, Switzerland); Michele Crabolu (HIlti, Switzerland); Giovanni Bellusci (Hilti, Switzerland); Michele Magno (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Dear SAS 2021 Conference Participant:
SAS 2021 has decided to move the conference to a fully virtual format. With this, the conference will be fully ON-DEMAND and will not require live presentation.
Information regarding video submission will be released soon.
Sensors Applications Symposium provides a unique opportunity for researchers and developers to share progress in sensor technologies, methods, applications, standardization, and commercialization. General and Special Sessions offer forums where participants can exchange ideas and gain information on the sensor state of the art. A mix of plenary, poster, demonstration, plug-fests, and other networking activities ensure that your work will be seen.
Full paper submissions are encouraged – a full review process will be followed to ensure the high quality of those papers finally accepted and presented at the conference.