Special Issue Details
Guest Editors: Uwe Hanebeck, Marcus Baum, Marco Huber
Topics include, but are not limited to, the following research topics and technologies:
s ensor/actuator networks, distributed and cloud architectures, bio-inspired systems and evolutionary approaches, methods of cognitive
sensor fusion, Bayesian approaches, fuzzy systems and neural networks, biomedical applications, autonomous vehicles of land, sea and
air, localization, tracking, SLAM, 3D perception, manipulation with multifinger hands, robotics, micro/nano systems, information
fusion, sensors, multimodal integration in HCI and HRI, etc.
Papers discussing new application areas and the resulting new developments at the interface of information technology and automation
are especially welcome.
All contributions must focus on the use of information technology in automation. Results obtained by simulations must be validated in
bounds by experiments or analytical results.