Call for Papers

Join the European Test and Telemetry Conference 2020!

Telemetry technologies for aeronautical, space, automotive, biomedical applications… are both supported and challenged by innovative industrial developments like IoT, Big Data, Wireless Systems… Innovation has always been and is the core of telemetry, and will still be in the future – no doubt!

Close collaboration with our customers is the basis to improve the present telemetry solutions. However, future improvements in developing and industrializing present systems/solutions require close collaboration with partners, suppliers and, of course, industry. Collaboration and innovation are the values, the attitudes we have to follow for success in testing.

Join the European Test and Telemetry Conference 2020 and share your applications of telemetry with your peers from all industries! Attend short courses, technical presentations, standardization committees and working groups. Visit the large exhibition covering all topics of the high technology business of telemetry.

Requested topics include

  • Data Acquisition & Sensors
  • Big Data
  • Networks & Transport Protocols – Internet of Things
  • Security of data, links and networks
  • Imaging & Video
  • Distributed Operations – a Telemetry Cloud?
  • Virtual testing
  • Range Safety Systems
  • Spectrum management, modulation and coding
  • Wireless and Energy Management
  • RF Design, Receivers & Antennas
  • Time-Space position technologies
  • Other Aspects of Telemetry

Abstract details

You are invited to submit an abstract (~200 words) to papers@ettc2020.org along with the following information:

author, contact information like company affiliation, email address, mailing address, and phone number.

Abstract deadline: 24 January 2020

Papers will be judged based on their scientific and technical content, relevance to the scope of the conference and originality. An acceptance notification and instructions will be sent by 16 March 2020. Final manuscripts — not exceeding 10 pages in length — are required by 30 April 2020. Please note that the conference enforces the „no paper, no podium” rule.