IECON is the flagship annual conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IES), focusing on industrial and manufacturing theory and applications of controls, communications, instrumentation, electronics, and computational intelligence.
This year’s IECON is brings a selection of over 1,000 papers, a record-breaking number of papers and attendees of all IECON conferences held in U.S. Papers were topically accepted through 15 technical tracks and 60 special sessions.
A plethora of activities include keynotes, tutorials, panels, and number of one or several day activities.
Riccardo Muradore from the Deptartment of Computer Science of the University of Verona (Italy) presented the Paper “An energy saving approach to active object recognition and localization” during the session: SS01 – Oral Session: Machine Vision, Control, And Navigation
Authors: Andrea Roberti, Riccardo Muradore, Paolo Fiorini, Marco Cristani, Francesco Setti
The full program here