Multi-modal Cooperative Connected Autonomous Vehicles (All for One, One for All)
The goal of this workshop is to gather researchers interested in the development of automated mobility systems. Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) focuses on applying Information and Communication Technologies (ICT); in order to improve information sharing to manage the transport network and the influence travel behavior in more efficient and safe manner. One of its fields, Autonomous Driving, is considered as one of the top emerging technologies in recent years. The purpose of this workshop is to gather a group of active researchers in the area of intelligent transportation systems and autonomous driving vehicles in the same room and discuss their most recent research results. The research results can touch upon both advances in theory and applications in the domain of cooperative and automated transportation and the information sharing in the road. The proposed workshop will consist of several invited talks and regular talks.
Authors are invited to submit papers that fall in the area of the intelligent transportation systems and self-driving vehicles, including but not limited to:
Cooperative driving using V2X technologies
Trajectory Planning and Cooperative Maneuvering
Connected, cooperative and Automated Vehicles
5G research and testing
Self-Awareness and Situation Prediction
Vehicular sensors for cooperative sensing
Heterogeneous Cooperation (UGV-UAV) and Multi-Robot Systems
Information and data sharing
Map Fusion and Location coordination
Submitted papers shall not exceed six pages (two additional pages allowed with a fee) as a PDF file in IEEE two column format. All presented papers will be published by the IEEE and the conference proceedings will be submitted to the IEEE Xplore digital library, as long they follow the same review process of IEEE IV 2020, so that each paper will undergo a peer-reviewing process by at least two members of the International Program Committee. Contributions will be reviewed according to relevance, originality and novel ideas, technical soundness and quality of presentation.
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