Special Sessions

SS30-Recent trends and future prospects

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Session Chair/ Session Organizers:
Arij Naser Abougreen, University of Tripoli, Libya
Dr. Shilpa Mehta, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand

Sensors are used to monitor key parameters during production and use so that equipment can remain efficient and productive. It is, therefore, obvious that sensors play a significant role in modern society and industrial scenarios.
Sensor technology revolutionized the world's technology and brought about the information age. In order to use information effectively, one of the first steps is to obtain accurate and reliable information and data. Sensors are a major component in accomplishing this step. They play a more prominent role in the research of basic disciplines. Without appropriate sensors, it is obviously impossible to collect information that cannot be obtained by the human senses directly. Many basic scientific research projects are hampered by the difficulties of obtaining object information, but the emergence of new mechanisms and high-sensitivity detection sensors leads to breakthroughs in this field. Many fields have already benefited from sensors, including industrial production, environmental protection, healthcare, etc. Regardless of the complexity of a system, the sensor is essential. In addition, they have advantages such as easy deployment and low costs. Sensors are therefore necessary in the modern world.
The special session presents the most recent research in smart sensors. The session welcomes high-quality research articles emphasizing the latest technologies and design methodologies applied to the design and realization of sensors.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Smart agriculture using smart sensors
Wearable sensors for health monitoring
Optical fiber sensors
Integrating sensors with robots
Sensors for digitization and IoT improvements
Sensors for satellite communication
Sensor for GPS improvements
Sensors for fire detection
Information based decision
Sensors for transportation systems
Sensors for smart home
Sensors for manufacturing
Sensor based smart parking
Protocols for wireless sensor networks
Forest fire detection
Fall detection using sensors
Sensors for smart environment
Sensors for industrial control
Sensors for aerospace
Sensors for smart water
Sensors for security and emergencies
Interfacing techniques for sensors
Sensors for animal farming
Sensors for smart cities
Underwater wireless sensor networks
Sensors for smart metering
Integrating sensors and Artificial Intelligence
Integrating sensors with virtual, augmented, and mixed reality

Types of sensors: RF sensors, environment sensors, on-chip sensors, biosensors, nano-bio sensors, microfluidics, lab-on-a-chip, integrated sensors, electrochemical sensors, complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) sensors, field effect transistor (FET) sensors, capacitive sensors, on-chip optical sensors, on-chip mechanical sensors, ultrasonic sensors, motion sensors, photoelectric sensors, pressure sensors, pressure sensors, thermocouple, smart door sensors

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