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Cyber Physical, Computer and Automation System (CPCAS 2019)

Hotel Aston Kuta & Residence
Kuta, Bali – Indonesia, 13-15 November 2019

The Cyber Physical, Computer and Automation System (CPCAS 2019) is an international coneverence, aims as a forum and place to meet the needs of education, information, research and service related to technology and engineering system and control system in the cyberphysical system for interests of industry, academics, and for community that always demands continuous development and the study of new technologies.

Conference Scopes

Relevant topics of the conference include, but are not limited to:

Autonomous system and control : Autonomous systems and controls are systems of engineering that work with or without human intervention. The system can operate in  dangerous condition and also condition that dangerous to humans, avoiding a risky situation to protect passengers, monitor the environment remotely, and simultaneously maximize performance specifications and efficiency. Examples of such systems include automatic port equipment that can handle the movement of goods, self-driving cars, unmanned aerial vehicels (UAV) for commercial aviation, disaster management, search / rescue missions, household assistant robots.

Human machine interaction and human-related engineering : Human machine interaction involves sensor and actuator technology to detect human behavior, intentions and decisions, and also to provide the ability of a machine to interact with humans to achieve the expected performance. Human machine interaction and human-related engineering technology integrates non-destructive test sensors, image processing, infrared detectors, radars, chemical and biomedical sensors, or communication signal detectors, wearable equipment and actuator systems that are capable of follow and analyze human needs. Applications include wearable sensors for health, ubiquitous positioning and localization, monitoring of foreign territories, assistive technology for elderly and diffable.

Interconnected things : Interconnected things consist of a network of computer-controlled physical mechanisms communicating with each other for efficient operation and improving system capabilities. This mechanism includes equipment that varies from plantation, forest and industrial monitoring systems, consumer household appliances, vehicles, disaster detection systems. The interconnected things paradigm enables the integration of computerized systems with physical systems to increase resource efficiency and solve complex tasks that cannot be carried out by a single system. Applications include the development of communication protocols, traffic predictions and routing, intelligent transportation, smart cities, distributed power systems, software enabled appliances, distributed sensing systems, and sensing using mobile phones.