Conference  /  November 25, 2024  -  November 27, 2024

16th Symposium Sensor Data Fusion


To a degree never known before, human decision makers or decision making systems have access to a vast amount of data. Therefore, real-time data streams must not overwhelm the actors involved. On the contrary, the data are to be fused to high-quality information to provide a reliable decision support. Being a challenging exploitation technology at the common interface between sensors, command & control systems, data and information fusion has a large potential for future security and ISR systems in defence and civilian applications.


Sensor Data Fusion techniques provide higher-level information by spatio-temporal data integration, the exploitation of redundant and complementary information, and the available context. Important applications exist in logistics, advanced driver assistance systems, medical care, public security, defence, aerospace, robotics, industrial production, precision agriculture, traffic monitoring, sensor positioning, and resource management.


Plenary Talk: Daniel Cremers - »3D Computer Vision for Dynamic Scene Understanding«

Key Aspects

  • Distributed sensor fusion in complex scenarios.
  • Fusion of heterogeneous sensor information
  • Exploitation of non-sensor context knowledge
  • Artificial Intelligence of autonomous systems
  • Risk analysis / data driven sensor management


Prospective authors are encouraged to submit high-quality full draft papers (6-8 pages, IEEE format). All submissions are subject to a peer-review process by the technical program committee. Accepted and presented papers will be submitted to IEEE for publication. At least one of the authors of each accepted contribution is expected to register for the Symposium, which will be held in Bonn, Germany, to present he paper.