6th IFAC Symposium on Telematics Applications, TA'2022

June 15-17th, 2022 – Nancy, France

Technical Program

Wednesday June 15th, 2022 – Room 201, 2nd floor

08.30-09.00 Registration
09.00-09.20 Opening ceremony
09.20-10.20 Digital transformation – the key to efficiency. Sébastien Wiertz
Chair: Jérémy Robert
10.20-10.40 Coffee break
10.40-12.40 Session 1: Industry 4.0
Chairs: Lei Ma, Klaus Schilling
  • Advanced Edge Detection of AprilTags for Precise Docking Maneuvers of Mobile Robots
    Jan Richter, David Bohlig, Andreas Nüchter, Klaus Schilling
  • A Simple Path-Aware Optimization Method for Mobile Robots
    Tudor Santejudean, Lucian Busoniu, Vineeth Satheeskumar Varma, Irinel Constantin Morarescu
  • A Dual-Robot Cooperative Welding Path Planning Algorithm Based on Improved Ant Colony Optimization
    Qingyi Wang, Yongkui Sun, Qichao Tang, Lei Ma, Duo Zhao, Jianping Yang, Jian Xu
  • Quality Inspection for the Body-in-white Assembly of High-Speed Train Carriage Based on Machine Vision
    Ruichen Li, Lei Ma, Qichao Tang, Yongkui Sun, Bin Su
12.40-14.00 Lunch
14.00-16.00 Invited Session 2: Telematics Digital Twins Applications
Chairs: Nathalie Julien, William Derigent, Michaël David
  • Social Cyber-Physical Systems and Digital Twins Networks: A Perspective about the Future Digital Twin Ecosystems
    Mohammed Adel Hamzaoui, Nathalie Julien
  • Autonomous Wireless Sensors Network for the Implementation of a Cyber-Physical System Monitoring Reinforced Concrete Civil Engineering Structures
    Gaël Loubet, Alassane Sidibe, Alexandru Takacs, Daniela Dragomirescu
  • Materials Communicating with the BIM: Results of the McBIM Project
    William Derigent, Michael David, Hang Wan, Daniela Dragomirescu, Alexandru Takacs, Gaël Loubet, Ana Maria Roxin, Roland Melet, Laurent Montegut
  • Digital Twin Network for the IIoT Using Eclipse Ditto and Hono
    Mehdi Kherbache, Moufida Maimour, Eric Rondeau
16.00-16.20 Coffee break
16.20-18.20 Special session RED WoLF
Rethink Electricity Distribution Without Load Following

Chairs: Giuseppe Colantuono, Éric Rondeau
  • The RED WoLF Project: Underlying Physical and Algorithmic Ideas
    Giuseppe Colantuono
  • Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction in Residential Buildings: Comparison between Two Algorithms
    Paul Ortiz
  • Why Oldham Has Chosen to Deliver Two RED WoLF Pilots, How We Are Doing This in Practice and What Ppportunities Are There for the Future
    Ben Hill, Jamie Smith
  • CO2 Minimization in a Community With a Shared Battery
    Sebai Walid

Thursday June 16th, 2022 – Room 201, 2nd floor

08.40-09.00 Registration
09.00-10.00 IFAC TC3.3 meeting
Chair: Lei Ma
10.00-10.20 Coffee break
10.20-12.20 Session 3: Control of networks
Chairs: Karl-Erik Arzen, Danfeng Sun
  • Vickrey-Clarke-Groves Auction-Based Storage Allocation for Distributed Camera Systems
    Alexandre Martins, Karl-Erik Arzen, Hung-Yu Wei
  • Critical Logical Link Assessment for Improving Industrial Wireless Communication Systems
    Danfeng Sun, Zeyun Xiao, Gustavo Cainelli, Jianyong Zhao, Huifeng Wu
  • Multi-criteria detection method for non-determinist SDN control
    Loïc Desgeorges, Jean-Philippe Georges, Thierry Divoux
  • Adapting the number of validator according the need in a BFT chain with SABINE
    Guilain Leduc, Sylvain Kubler, Jean-Philippe Georges
12.20-14.00 Lunch
14.00-15.30 Session 4a: Remote sensors, data acquisition
Chairs: Helge Andreas Lauterbach, Éric Rondeau
  • Pose estimation and mapping based on IMU and LiDAR
    Janis Kaltenthaler, Helge Andreas Lauterbach, Dorit Borrmann, Andreas Nüchter
  • An Energy-Efficient WMSN-based System for Endangered Birds Monitoring
    Aya Sakhri, Moufida Maimour, Eric Rondeau, Noureddine Doghmane, Saliha Hariz
  • Reinforcement Learning TDMA-Based MAC Scheduling in the Industrial Internet of Things: A Survey
    Mehdi Kherbache Mehdi, Otabek Sobirov Otabek, Moufida Maimour, Eric Rondeau, Abderrezak Benyahia
15.30-16.00 Coffee break
16.00-17.00 Session 4b: Remote sensors, data acquisition
Chairs: Helge Andreas Lauterbach, Éric Rondeau
  • Driver vigilance estimation with Bayesian LSTM Auto-encoder and XGBoost using EEG/EOG data
    Rachid Zeghlache, Mohamed Aymen Labiod, Abdelhamid Mellouk
  • Resilience and Robustness in Visible Light Positioning Systems: An introductory Approach
    Cristobal Carreño, Nicolas Krommenacker, Patrick Charpentier
19.00 Gala dinner
Hôtel de la Reine, Place Stanislas, Nancy

Friday June 17th, 2022 – Room 201, 2nd floor

08.40-09.00 Registration
09.00-10.30 Session 5: Energy issues
Chairs: Karl Andersson, Michel Kieffer
  • Energy-Efficient Transmission Policies For The Linear Quadratic Control of Scalar Systems
    Yifei Sun, Samson Lasaulce, Michel Kieffer, Romain Postoyan, Dragan Nesic
  • CANO: A Lightweight CArbon Emission and Inhabitants’ Energy Needs Optimisation Model
    Paul Ortiz, Sylvain Kubler, Eric Rondeau
  • Energy-Efficient Routing for Cooperative Multi-AUV System
    M. shamim Kaisar, Mohammad Shahadat Hossain, Mufti Mahmud, Karl Andersson
10.30-10.50 Coffee break
10.50-12.00 Special session: EMJMD GENIAL thesis – Green networking
Chair: Jean-Philippe Georges
12.00-12.20 Closing ceremony
12.20-14.00 Lunch

Technical program

Call for papers (PDF)

Important dates:

  Submission of draft papers*:
     April 18, 2022  January 30th, 2022
    *regular, invited paper or session


Photo credits: Destination Nancy, Loïc Desgeorges