Demos

The 14th IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications

14 -- 18 March 2016, Sydney, Australia

PerCom is one of the premier scholarly venues in the areas of pervasive computing and communications. The PerCom Demo session provides a venue for the latest breakthroughs in pervasive computing to be presented live to the community. Demos ranging from examples of working prototypes, novel applications, groundbreaking ideas, and live experiments related to PerCom are all welcome.

In particular, we encourage demos from industrial researchers who are leading the way in pushing pervasive technology into the hands of the public

A "Best Demo Award" will be presented based on research value, originality, and presentation.

Topics

Areas of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • Context-aware computing
  • Smart devices (IoT) and their integration in pervasive systems
  • Integrated pervasive computing systems (smart spaces, smart cities, other CPS, etc.)
  • Mobile/wireless computing systems and services
  • Pervasive computing for smart infrastructures (e-energy, e-mobility etc.)
  • Energy-efficient and sustainable pervasive computing
  • Opportunistic communication for pervasive systems
  • Sensing and actuation for pervasive systems
  • Trust, security and privacy solutions for pervasive systems
  • Novel user interfaces and user interaction in pervasive systems
  • Anticipatory Computing
  • Wearable computers

Submission Guidelines

* The demo proposals will be peer-reviewed. The evaluation criteria include: (1) extent and significance of a prototype conveying new research ideas or compelling novel applications; (2) relevance to PerCom; (3) potential impact on the audience; (4) quality of the proposed implementation; (5) presentation quality.

* Prospective contributors are expected to turn in a demo proposal in the form of a short technical paper (no more than 3 pages) using the PerCom templates. The short paper must illustrate the research contribution of the demo, the practical setup, and the technical requirements. Short demo papers will be included in the PerCom proceedings.

* Demo proposals must be submitted through EDAS submission site. The correct reception of each individual submission will be explicitly acknowledged by the demo co-chairs.

* At least one author of each accepted demo proposal is required to register and present their demo at the conference.

Important Dates

Submission Deadline: December 15th, 2015
Acceptance Notification: January 5th, 2016
Camera-ready Deadline: January 15th, 2016
Conference Date: Mar. 14th - 18th, 2016

Program

Tuesday, March 15, 16:30 - 17:00
Demo one minute madness
Room: North Wharf

TTuesday, March 15, 17:00 - 19:00
Demo session (parallel)
Room: South Wharf

  • Live Objects: A System for Infrastructure-less Location-based Services
    Arata Miyamoto (Toshiba Corporation, Japan); Valerio Panzica La Manna and V. Michael Bove, Jr. (MIT, USA)
  • uDrop: Pushing Drop-Box to the Edge of Mobile Network
    Fangzhou Jiang (National ICT Australia & UNSW, Australia); Kanchana Thilakarathna and Sirine Mrabet (NICTA, Australia); Mohamed Ali Kaafar (NICTA & NICTA Australia, Australia)
  • An Ensemble-Level Programming Model with Real-Time Support for Multi-Robot Systems
    Shan Jiang (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, P.R. China); Junbin Liang (Central South University of China, P.R. China); Jiannong Cao (Hong Kong Polytechnic Univ, Hong Kong); Rui Liu (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, P.R. China)
  • PreventDark: Automatically Detecting and Preventing Problematic Use of Smartphones in Darkness
    Wenjie Ruan (the University of Adelaide, Australia); Quan Z. Sheng (University of Adelaide, Australia); Lina Yao (The University of Adelaide, Australia); Nguyen Khoi Tran (University of Adelaide, Australia); Yu Chieh Yang (Adelaide University, Australia)
  • Demonstrating HighFiveLive: A Mobile Application for Recognizing Symbolic Gestures
    Jack Bandy (Wheaton College, USA); Jamie Payton (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA); Jonathan S Knighten (Cornell University, USA)
  • HoTAAL: Home of Social Things Meet Ambient Assisted Living
    Asangi Jayatilaka (The University of Adelaide, Australia); Yang Su (University of Adelaide, Australia); Damith C. Ranasinghe (The University of Adelaide, Australia)
  • PULSE: An Infrastructure for Collection of Audience Heartbeats for Music Visualization
    Joe Geigel, Peizhao Hu, Ashita Khetan, Minseok Kwon, Susan Lakin, Veronica Lin, Robert McCartney, Stephen Petoniak, Matthew Tidridge and Katie Verrant (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)
  • Household Energy Intelligent Control and Management Study Basing on Smart Socket
    Kexu Zou, Wei Zhao and Weida Xu (IBM RESEARCH CHINA, P.R. China); Xinjie Lv and Wenjun Yin (IBM, P.R. China); Chao Luo (University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, P.R. China)
  • Human Identification Using WiFi Signal
    Jin Zhang (University of New South Wales, Australia); Bo Wei (CSIRO, UNSW, Australia); Wen Hu (the University of New South Wales (UNSW) & CSIRO, Australia); Salil S Kanhere (The University of New South Wales, Australia); Ariel Tan (University of New South Wales, Australia)
  • Demo of HeadBanger: Authenticating Smart Wearable Devices Using Unique Head Movement Patterns
    Sugang Li (Rutgers University, USA); Ashwin Ashok (Carnegie Mellon University, USA); Yanyong Zhang (Rutgers University, USA); Chenren Xu (Peking University, P.R. China); Janne Lindqvist (Rutgers University, USA); Marco Gruteser (WINLAB / Rutgers University, USA)
  • Location Fingerprint Evidence and Authorisation Using WiFi Channel Characteristics
    Chitra Javali (School of Computer Science and Engineering, UNSW Australia, Australia); Girish Revadigar (School of Computer Science and Engineering, UNSW Australia & NICTA Australia, Australia); Daniel Pletea (Philips Research, The Netherlands); Sanjay Jha (University of NSW, Australia)
  • MT-Diet Demo: Demonstration of Automated Smartphone Based Diet Assessment System
    Junghyo Lee, Ayan Banerjee and Sandeep Gupta (Arizona State University, USA)
  • Transitions on Multiple Layers for Scalable, Energy-Efficient and Robust Wireless Video Streaming
    Michael Stein, Roland Kluge and Dario Mirizzi (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany); Stefan Wilk (TU Darmstadt, Germany); Andy Schürr (Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany); Max Muehlhaeuser (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany)
  • Service-Oriented Context for Pervasive Applications
    Colin Aygalinc (Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble, France); Eva Gerbert-Gaillard (Université Grenoble Alpes & Laboratoire LIG, France); Philippe Lalanda (Grenoble University, France); Catherine Hamon (Orange, France)

IEEE PerCom 2015 Demo Co-Chairs

Peizhao Hu, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
ph(AT)cs(dot)rit(dot)edu

Max Mühlhäuser, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
max(AT)informatik(dot)tu-darmstadt(dot)de

Questions, comments, or concerns? Please drop an e-mail to the Demo Co-Chairs..