Informatics Methods in Internet of Things (IoT) enabled Healthcare

Special Session Organized by

Po Yang, University of Sheffield, UK and  Jun Qi Xi’an JiaoTong , Liverpool University, Suzhou, China and  Khan Muhammad , Sejong University, Seoul, Republic of Korea and  Yun Yang, Yunnan University, Kunming, China

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The aim of this Track is to gather researchers and practitioners to report on recent achievements and requirements in the development of Robotics and Mechatronics systems in the industrial context, comprising control, path planning, sensing, manipulation and mobile robotics issues.

Topics under this session include (but not limited to)

  • Smart sensing technologies for IoT enabled healthcare: Submissions that address issues around the collection, observation and recording of IoT enabled healthcare information, in an automatic, intelligent, unobtrusive, non-invasive and cost-effective way, are sought
  • Network communication for IoT enabled healthcare: Papers that study problems on how to interconnect large-scale heterogeneous network elements and transmit healthcare Information efficiently in an IoT environment are solicited
  • IoT healthcare data exploration and management: Articles that concern issues on managing, extracting, analyzing, visualising and communicating complex and diverse IoT healthcare data and how to convert data into knowledge for clinic decision support and disease management.
  • Innovative IoT healthcare systems and technologies: Submissions that concentrate on using interdisciplinary knowledge for the design, modelling, development and evaluation of innovative IoT healthcare system framework, architecture and applications