The IFAC IAV Symposium is the leading IFAC event related with Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles since 1993. The symposium is held every three years and is sponsored by the IFAC Technical Committee 7.5 IAV. The 7th edition (2010) was organized by the Dipartimento Ingegneria Innovazione of the University of Salento (Italy) and was held in Lecce, Italy on September 6th, 7th and 8th, 2010. Past editions were organized in 1993 (Southampton, UK), 1995 (Espoo, Finland), 1998 (Madrid, Spain), 2001 (Sapporo, Japan), 2004 (Lisbon, Portugal) and 2007 (Toulouse, France). The 7th IAV Symposium addressed generic methodologies and techniques applicable to intelligent autonomous vehicles including mobile robots on land, at sea, in air or in space, multi vehicle systems and networks of autonomous vehicles. The Symposium topics included a broad spectrum of issues as sensing, sensor integration and perception, architectures, planning, mission and motion control, navigation and cooperative navigation techniques, SLAM, teleoperation, human and vehicle interaction and practical applications. Due to its interdisciplinary nature, the Symposium departs from other events that focus on specific kinds of vehicles hence fostering the cross-fertilization of ideas among different application areas. Out of 150 submitted manuscripts from 31 countries, 105 papers were accepted and presented during the Symposium. The ten most common keywords were: Vehicles, Intelligent Control, Estimation Algorithms and Theory, Navigation Systems, Sensor Fusion and Systems, Path Planning, Marine Systems, Robot Navigation Programming and Vision, Autonomous Vehicles, and Autonomous Mobile Robots. The symposium was technically co-sponsored by IEEE RAS (Robotics and Automation Society) and by several industrial companies.

7th IFAC Symposium on Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles - IAV 2010, Lecce, 6-8 september 2010

INDIVERI, GIOVANNI;PARLANGELI, GIANFRANCO;NOTARSTEFANO, Giuseppe;GHIANI, GIANPAOLO;
2010

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The IFAC IAV Symposium is the leading IFAC event related with Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles since 1993. The symposium is held every three years and is sponsored by the IFAC Technical Committee 7.5 IAV. The 7th edition (2010) was organized by the Dipartimento Ingegneria Innovazione of the University of Salento (Italy) and was held in Lecce, Italy on September 6th, 7th and 8th, 2010. Past editions were organized in 1993 (Southampton, UK), 1995 (Espoo, Finland), 1998 (Madrid, Spain), 2001 (Sapporo, Japan), 2004 (Lisbon, Portugal) and 2007 (Toulouse, France). The 7th IAV Symposium addressed generic methodologies and techniques applicable to intelligent autonomous vehicles including mobile robots on land, at sea, in air or in space, multi vehicle systems and networks of autonomous vehicles. The Symposium topics included a broad spectrum of issues as sensing, sensor integration and perception, architectures, planning, mission and motion control, navigation and cooperative navigation techniques, SLAM, teleoperation, human and vehicle interaction and practical applications. Due to its interdisciplinary nature, the Symposium departs from other events that focus on specific kinds of vehicles hence fostering the cross-fertilization of ideas among different application areas. Out of 150 submitted manuscripts from 31 countries, 105 papers were accepted and presented during the Symposium. The ten most common keywords were: Vehicles, Intelligent Control, Estimation Algorithms and Theory, Navigation Systems, Sensor Fusion and Systems, Path Planning, Marine Systems, Robot Navigation Programming and Vision, Autonomous Vehicles, and Autonomous Mobile Robots. The symposium was technically co-sponsored by IEEE RAS (Robotics and Automation Society) and by several industrial companies.
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