Call for Demos and Exhibits
Submit cool demos of your research advances or technological capabilities, and showcase them at MobiCom 2014! We encourage research, platform, and product demonstrations and exhibits from both academics and industry.
Demonstrations should be innovative research prototypes, platforms and applications that are related to the practice of mobile computing or wireless and mobile networking, in the general areas of interest related to the MobiCom conference. Exhibits can be advanced product prototypes or technology breakthroughs that are relevant to the MobiCom audience. We strongly encourage demos based on novel applications in the domain of mobile computing and wireless systems. Please refer to the main conference introduction and CFP for the general areas.
Please submit a proposal of your demo or exhibit. It should be a summary or extended abstract describing the research to be presented, maximum 3 pages in US letter size (8.5 x 11 inches) with fonts no smaller than 10 point size, in PDF file format. Make sure the proposal will include:
- The names, affiliations, and email addresses of the
- Equipment to be used for the demo.
- Space needed and setup time required.
- Additional facilities needed including power and
We highly encourage that each proposal includes a video clip showcasing the demo. The video clip, no more than 60 seconds, should give a good idea of what the demo is about and how it would look like. If you do include a video clip, it will help the committee better understand and evaluate your proposal. If your demo is accepted, the video will likely be shown on the conference website and during the conference to draw people to your booth. Videos can be submitted by including a link to the video (e.g., hosted at YouTube).
All submissions will be reviewed by a committee. Once the demo is accepted, we will post the submission (summary and video) on the conference website and publish it in the main proceedings and the ACM digital library.
All demos will be considered for the Best Demo Award. A committee will decide about the winner on-site after evaluating all demo presentations.
In order to submit your Demo or Exhibit proposal to
Mobicom 2014 for review, please proceed through the following
- Create an account with your email address, selecting option "I'm a new user and want to create an account using this email address"
- Log in with the password emailed to you, and select "Start new paper"
- Fill in the Authors and Title (make sure it starts with "Demo:")
- In the Abstract field, enter a publicly accessible
link to the video of your demo.
- Upload the Demo Summary (in PDF) and press Submit.
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- Simulating the Impact of Communication Performance on Road Traffic Safety at Intersections: Stefan Joerer; Bastian Bloessl; Matthaeus Huber; Abbas Jamalipour; Falko Dressler
- Instant Phone Attitude Estimation and Its Applications: Pengfei Zhou; Weiming Chan; Shiqi Jiang; Jiajue Ou; Mo Li; Guobin Shen
- Visual Attention Driven Networking with Smart Glasses: Lan Zhang; Xiang-Yang Li; Wenchao Huang; Kebin Liu; Shuwei Zong; Xuesi Jian; Puchun Feng; Taeho Jung; Yunhao Liu
- Demonstrating White Space Networking Capabilities and Potential with an Embedded & Open-API Platform: George Nychis; Bruce DeBruhl; Haiyun Tang
- A Robust Barcode System for Data Transmissions over Screen-Camera Links: Anran Wang; Shuai Ma; Chunming Hu; Jinpeng Huai; Chunyi Peng; Guobin Shen
- Software Defined Radio - on a Smartphone, as an App!: Yongtae Park; JeongGil Ko; Hyogon Kim
- High-Precision RFID Tracking Using COTS Devices: Lei Yang; Yekui Chen; Chen Chen; Xiang-Yang Li; Yunhao Liu
- PhoneLets -- offloading the phone off your phone for energy, cost and network load optimization: Andrius Aucinas; Jon Crowcroft
- OpenAirInterface: an open LTE network in a PC: Navid Nikaein; Raymond Knopp; Florian Kaltenberger; Lionel Gauthier; Christian Bonnet; Dominique Nussbaum; Riadh Ghaddab
- Real-Time MU-MIMO Channel Analysis with a Custom 802.11 Implementation: Chris Hunter; Erik Welsh; Patrick Murphy
- Luxapose: Indoor Positioning with Mobile Phones and Visible Light: Ye-Sheng Kuo; Pat Pannuto; Prabal Dutta
- RollingLight: Universal Camera Communications for Single LED: Hsin-Mu Tsai; Hao-Min Lin; Hui-Yu Lee
- Co-primary spectrum sharing with inter-operator D2D trial: Markku Jokinen; Marko Makelainen; Tuomo Hanninen
- Mobile Opportunistic System for Experience Sharing (MOSES) in Indoor Exhibitions: Fehmi Ben Abdesslem; Anders Lindgren
- A Cognitive Solution for Commercial Wireless Conferencing System: Wei Liu; Eli De Poorter; Pieter Becue; Bart Jooris; Vincent Sercu; Ingrid Moerman; Jeroen Vanhaverbeke; Carl Lylon; John Gesquiere
- Enabling AGILE Spectrum Adaptation in commercial 802.11 WLAN deployments: Stratos Keranidis; Kostas Chounos; Thanasis Korakis; Iordanis Koutsopoulos; Leandros Tassiulas
- An Open Software-Defined Radio Platform for Broadband UHF Networks with Open 802.11a/g Client Access: Ryan E. Guerra; Narendra Anand; Edward W. Knightly
- Tracking User Browsing on a Demo Floor: A. Ganesan; S. Rallapalli; K. Chintalapudi; V. N. Padmanabhan; L. Qiu
- ShadowMaps, The Urban Phone Tracking System: Andrew Irish; Jason Isaacs; Daniel Iland; Joao Hespanha; Elizabeth Belding; Upamanyu Madhow
- Real-time Breath Monitoring Using Wireless Signals: Fadel Adib; Zachary Kabelac; Hongzi Mao; Dina Katabi; Robert C. Miller
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