The International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks and Technologies Print
The International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks and Technologies
(ANT-2010)

The International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks and Technologies
(ANT-2010) is a leading international conference which provides an
international forum for researchers, developers and practitioners from
academia, industry, and government to address research challenges and to
present and discuss research ideas, developments and experiences related to
the ambient systems infrastructure, models, and technologies. 

The general aim of ambient systems is to provide an environment wherein
computing devices exist anywhere and everywhere. In such systems mobile and
embedded computing devices form ad hoc collaboration using different
communication networks (e.g., wireless networks, RFID, etc) in order to
share and exchange information and provide services. Ambient systems pose
new research challenges due to the open and unreliable nature of the
environment and the complexity and heterogeneity of the computing devices
and the underlying communication networks. These characteristics challenge
traditional techniques and demand new ways of approaching the problems
related to the ambient systems.
     
Full Paper Submission:   January 10, 2010   
• Acceptance Notification:   March 15, 2010    
• Camera-Ready Submission:   May 01, 2010        
• Conference Days:    July 26-28, 2010   

Acronym:
(ANT-2010)

Date:
26-28 July 2010

Location:
Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada

Contact:
 

 
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