2018-09 – Mohamed Sandeli visits the IoTLab

September 2018

Mohamed Sandeli, Assistant Professor Class A and PhD Candidate at the Department of Software Technologies and Information Systems, Faculty of New Technologies of Information and Communication, University Abdelhamid Mehri – Constantine 2, visits the IoT Lab in September-October 2018. This visit is a follow-up of his previous visit on July 2017 to continue collaborating on positioning in wireless sensor networking.

2018-09 – G. Ferrari and A. Cilfone participate to the kick-off meeting of AFarCloud

September 2018

G. Ferrari and A. Cilfone participate to the kick-off meeting of the European project Aggregate Farming in the Cloud (AFarCloud), Call H2020-ECSEL- 2017-2-RIA-two-stage, project ID 783221. The kick-off was held at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) in Madrid, Spain. The project involves 60 partners, is coordinated by UPM, and the total project cost is over 28 M€. See the also the news in the University of Parma website.

2018-06 – Prof. Ferrari coordinates a panel on “IoT and Sensors” at the meeting INDUSTRY 4.0: strumenti operativi, tecnologie e servizi di supporto per le imprese

June 2018

Prof. Ferrari coordinates a panel on “IoT and Sensors” at the meeting INDUSTRY 4.0: strumenti operativi, tecnologie e servizi di supporto per le imprese organized by Unione Parmense degli Industriali, Parma, Italy. This event is organized in the context of the Confidustria initiative INDUSTRY 4.0: #Preparati al futuro.

2018-05 – The paper “Monitoring infants by automatic video processing: a unified approach” received the Honors status

May 2018

The paper “Monitoring infants by automatic video processing: a unified approach,” co-authored by L. Cattani, D. Alinovi, G. Ferrari, R. Raheli, E. Pavlidis, C. Spagnoli, F. Pisani and
published in Elsevier Computers in Biology and Medicine (vol. 80, 1 January 2017, pp. 158-165. DOI:10.1016/j.compbiomed.2016.11.010) received the Honors status. The award is assigned to the top 9% of over 300 papers published in 2017.

2018-05 – N. Strozzi and G. Ferrari participate to the 7th meeting of the NATO Research Task Group HFM–260

May 2018

N. Strozzi and G. Ferrari participate to the 7th meeting of the NATO Research Task Group HFM–260 “Enhancing Warfighter Effectiveness with Wearable Bio Sensors and Physiologicol Models” in Portsmouth, UK. Attendees from USA, Canada, UK, Norway, Netherlands, Switzerland, and Italy come together for a concept demonstration. IoT Lab presented a live demo on hybrid GPS-inertial multiple person tracking.