We welcome you at the heart of Southern California – Orange County to present, exhibit, and participate at the inaugural IEEE International Symposium on INERTIAL SENSORS and SYSTEMS (ISISS’14). This exclusive symposium is organized this year in the boutique oceanfront Surf & Sand Resort in Laguna Beach, California, USA.
This event launches an annual tradition of informal international meetings discussing the latest developments in the area of modern inertial sensors and emerging applications.
The IEEE ISISS is sponsored by the IEEE Sensors Council and is the only IEEE event exclusively dedicated to the Inertial Sensors and Systems technology, the industry which is projected to exceed $4.0B this year.
The event offers a rare opportunity to meet and network with leaders in the field of Inertial Sensors and Systems in an informal atmosphere of a focused international technical symposium. We hope the breadth and depth of research topics combined with the quality of invited and contributed technical presentations will make the IEEE ISISS a 'must attend' event for you every year.
The IEEE ISISS has an ambition to establish itself as the premier forum for reporting the latest research, development, and commercialization results in modern Inertial Sensors and Systems. You will hear from world experts the latest in materials and micro-fabrication processes, innovative designs, new physical principals, and a growing number of new applications and business opportunities.
The technical program covers two full days of presentations. By design, this is a single track symposium with high quality oral and poster presentations. Each presentation was selected by our Technical Program Committee after a careful evaluation by at least three independent technical experts.
Our four distinct invited speakers will open the morning and afternoon sessions. The contributed papers will be presented in oral and poster formats, with poster sessions preceded by brief oral sessions introducing the posters. To highlight the informal atmosphere of symposium, we invited all participants to contribute to the “Open Poster” session. This session will encourage participants to discuss informally very recent results, work in progress, and results recently presented elsewhere.
Robert Lutwak, Program Manager, DARPA, MTO
"Micro-Technology for Positioning, Navigation and Timing - Towards PNT Everywhere and Always"
Daniel Tazartes, Director of Advanced Technology, Northrop Grumman
"A Historical Perspective on Inertial Navigation Systems"
Mounir Zok, Sr. Sports Technologist, USA Olympic Commitee
"Inertial Sensors and Olympic Sports"
William Clark, Sr. Design Engineer, Analog Devices
"Inertial Measurement Without Inertial, What Could Go Wrong?"