The workshop series presents a unique opportunity for the researchers working on different branches of in-vehicle signal processing to exchange and discuss their cutting edge results. It also forms a communication platform between researchers, automotive manufacturers, government foundations for road safety and legislators on future in-vehicle technologies.
The workshop features world-class experts on road safety, in-vehicle technologies and demos of state-of-art systems. In addition, the workshop is more extensive in participation from different realms such as: signal processing, control engineering, audio-video processing, bio-mechanics, human factors and transportation engineering.
All researchers and companies working to enhance the safety of the vehicles are cordially invited to submit a technical paper or participate to DSP for In-Vehicle Systems and Safety to open the doors for fruitful discussions and information exchange in an exciting interdisciplinary area.
The 7th biennial workshop on DSP (Digital Signal Processing) for In-Vehicle Systems and Safety, was held in Berkeley CA, USA at The International Computer Science Institute. It was organized by Prof. John H.L. Hansen and a very great local team.
The 6th biennial workshop on DSP (Digital Signal Processing) for In-Vehicle Systems and Safety, was held in Seoul, Korea at Korea University. It was organized by Prof. Hanseok Ko and a very great local team.
The 5th biennial workshop on DSP (Digital Signal Processing) for In-Vehicle Systems and Safety, was held in Kiel, Germany at Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel. It was organized by Prof. Ulrich Heute, Prof. Gerhard Schmidt, and a very great local team.
The 4th biennial workshop on DSP (digital signal processing) for In-Vehicle Systems and Safety, was held in Dallas, TX, USA at the University of Texas at Dallas. It was organized by Prof. Dr. John Hanson, Dr. Pinar Boyraz and a very great local team.
The 3rd biennial workshop on DSP (digital signal processing) for In-Vehicle and Mobile Systems, was held in Sait Halim Pasa Mansion, Istanbul at the historic Sait Halim Pasa Yalisi on the European shores of Istanbul immediately after the 2007 IEEE Intelligient Vehicles Symposium (IV'07) at the Istanbul-Hilton Hotel and Convention Centre. The workshop was organized by Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Abut, Prof. Dr. Kazuya Takeda and a very great team.
In 2005 the International Alliance for Advanced Studies on In-Car Human Behavioral Signals invited to participate on a Workshop on DSP for in-Vehicle and Mobile Systems. The Workshop was organized by a great committee:
and several helping hands all over the world.