Welcome to the 2023 edition of WIPHAL 2023: Work-in-Progress in Hardware and Software for Location Computation to consider and discuss reliable navigation, ranging and positioning in indoor and outdoor, vehicular applications, wireless networks, wearables and consumer products.
Since 2020, ICL-GNSS is also hosting a track for industry/work-in-progress papers. It runs as an interleaved workshop WIPHAL: Work-in-Progress in Hardware and Software for Location Computation. The papers accepted to the workshop will be submitted to the CEUR-WS.org, an open-access repository indexed by Scopus, Ei Compendex and DBLP. For those proceedings, minimum 5-page single-column format will be used. All papers submitted to WIPHAL will undergo a similar peer review based on the full-length paper.
Navigation and positioning are becoming essential when guaranteeing transparent, efficient and reliable workflows. A robust localization solution, which will be available continuously is needed regardless outdoor and indoor, and on different platforms. WIPHAL addresses the latest research on software and hardware approaches of wireless and satellite-based positioning and ranging techniques to analyze and provide reliable and accurate position information with low latency. During the workshop days we will have an intensive look to GNSS technologies and applications, as well as an outlook to various wireless technologies as enabler for precise and real-time localization.
Submissions to WIPHAL should be prepared according to CEUR guidelines: Industrial / Work-in-Progress paper in one-column CEUR-WS format