IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium 2021

A conference publication on AMANDA Autonomous Smart Sensing Card (ASSC) was submitted in April 2021 and accepted for publication on the IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium 2021 (SAS 2021).

The symposium was held from 23rd to 25th August in an entirely virtual format, on-demand and did not require a live presentation.

Alexis Papaioannou, a researcher from CERTH, attended the symposium, presenting the paper “A low-power fire monitoring and detection system on embedded systems using a Multilayer perceptron”. The presented paper is related to the AMANDA`s ASSC use case - Environment monitoring and reporting, and scenario - Fire detection.

SAS 2021 gathered international researchers and developers to share and discuss ideas and results on sensor technologies, methods, applications, standardization and commercialization. Call for papers has resulted in submissions from 30 countries and over 350 co-authors representing academia, industry, NGOs and government. Each submission was carefully peer-reviewed by a set of international experts, resulting in 68 accepted papers to be presented in regular and special sessions. We are proud that the paper on AMANDA was chosen and got the opportunity to be presented at this year`s conference.