Time A1 B1 Cafeteria Hall Outside

Wednesday, May 31

09:30-10:00       Registration  
10:00-10:30 Opening        
10:30-11:10 K1: Keynote session 1        
11:10-11:30     Coffee break    
11:30-12:50 S1: Image & Video S2: Connectivity and IoT      
12:30-13:10 K2: Keynote session 2      
13:15-14:15     Lunch    
14:15-17:00   S3: Consumer healthcare   Consumer electronics research exhibition  
15:15-15:30     Coffee break  
15:30-17:10   S4: Enabling technologies    
20:00-22:00         Dinner at the Petrovaradin fortress

Thursday, June 1

09:30-10:00       Registration  
10:00-11:20 S5: Automotive & Transport WS1: Workshop: Little Secrets of Success in Business Environment: Feedback      
11:20-11:40     Coffee break    
11:40-13:00 K3: Keynote session 3 WS2: Workshop: Project Initiative Diagnostics      
13:00-14:00     Lunch    
14:00-15:20 S6: User Experience & HMI Lighting talks of the Young inventors WS3: Workshop: Make your own BLE device    
15:20-15:30     Coffee break    
15:30-16:00 Best Paper Award, Closing        

Wednesday, May 31

Wednesday, May 31 9:30 - 10:00

Registration

Room: Hall

Wednesday, May 31 10:00 - 10:30

Opening

Room: A1
Chair: Gordana Velikić (RTRK Computer Based Systems LLC, Serbia)

Wednesday, May 31 10:30 - 11:10

K1: Keynote session 1

Room: A1
Chair: Christian Bolzmacher (CEA LIST, France)
10:30 Hybrid and Flexible Computing Architectures for Deep Learning Systems
Nabil Ouerhani (Applied Science University Western Switzerland, Switzerland)
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is literally invading all industrial sectors, from finance to retails and even to manufacturing. Deep Learning, which is a branch of AI has been an important enabler in this spectacular evolution of AI systems. However, most of the innovations and value creation in the field of deep learning systems are dominated by big players like Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple and IBM. Two reasons among many others could explain this monopole. First, deep learning based systems need huge amount of training data in order to achieve acceptable accuracy and performance. Unlike small players, the mentioned big players dispose of enough training data. Secondly, designing and tuning deep learning based systems, which can be deployed for real world applications, requires considerable effort. The BonsEyes project, funded by the EU commission through its Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program, has the objective to address these challenges in order to allow also small players to build deep learning based systems by providing a data market place for data and models and also by decreasing the needed development and deployment effort. The University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (UAS WS), which is a partner of the BonsEyes project, is responsible for the Work Package "Universal Developer Reference Platform". This work package aims at providing guidelines and sample implementations to deep learning systems developers with the goal to speed up the development cycles of end-to-end deep learning based systems. Thanks to the outcome of this WP, deep learning system developers are expected to have the flexibility to develop and deploy their applications on the edge or on the cloud or even combining both alternatives depending on their specific needs and constraints. The development cycle acceleration will be achieved at two major stages of the entire deep learning systems. The first stage is the development and deployment of edge deep learning applications, the inference phase, on embedded devices. The second stage concentrates on the integration of the embedded deep learning applications into a wider Internet of Things ecosystem with two main goals: 1) the connection of the embedded deep learning system to business applications that exploits the data provided by this system and 2) the delegation of certain classification and recognition tasks to the cloud-based deep learning capabilities due to lack of computation power on the edge. As for the acceleration of embedded deep learning applications and systems, the project will provide software and hardware components that help developers to port existing models and application to different target embedded platforms. The main contribution will be the generation of application codes and executables out of a set of specifications (network model architecture and parameter weights). The generated codes and executables will run, seamlessly, on a set of pre-selected embedded target platforms. For the acceleration of the integration of the embedded deep learning systems into a wider IoT ecosystem, the project will extend the FIWARE platform to cope with our reference platforms. Connectivity challenge of heterogeneous devices in terms of communication protocols and data formats will be addressed by the project. The delegation of inference to external deep learning facilities will also be addressed by the project. The adaptation of existing general or specific enablers as well as the development of own enablers will be kept as alternatives to achieve the envisioned results.

Wednesday, May 31 11:10 - 11:30

Coffee break

Room: Cafeteria

Wednesday, May 31 11:30 - 12:30

S1: Image & Video

Room: A1
Chairs: Dmitry Vavilov (T-Systems RUS, Russia), Mario Vranjes (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, Croatia)
11:30 Video Quality Monitoring by using Satellite Receiver Bit Error Rate
Ioan Tache (University Politehnica Bucuresti, Romania)
This paper aims to determine the video quality dependence on Bit Error Rate measured at the end user satellite receiver, through experimental measurements performed on satellite broadcasted television channels. The results proved that if the Bit Error Rate is below a threshold value the video quality is very good. The threshold value depends on the broadcasting and video compression standards and on the video content type. By using these threshold values, the satellite television service providers are able to monitor the video quality at the end user terminal by monitoring the Quality of Service parameters and mainly the Bit Error Rate, without using measurement solutions that involve expensive Perceptual Video Quality and Quality of Experience field monitoring equipment.
11:50 FSO Transmission of Halftoned Image Over the Rician turbulence Channel
Stefan Panić (Tomsk Polytechnic University & University of Priština, Serbia); Bojan Prlinčević (Higher Technical Professional School Zvecan, Serbia)
In this paper, FSO transmission of the halftoned image over the Rician turbulence channel is analyzed. First, halftoning method, and algorithm for FSO transmission simulation are explained. Then, transmission of halftoned image is described. Obtained simulation results are shown in tables and graphically presented. Finally, performance analysis has been carried out, and it has been shown that the halftoned image can be successfully transmitted through FSO channel with K parameter value of K = 6
12:10 Challenges in 4K UHD multimedia device testing
Luka Petrinsak (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Croatia); Ratko Grbić (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Enginneering, Croatia); Zvonimir Kaprocki (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia); Milos Subotic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
As 4K UHD market constantly increases, the development of 4K UHD multimedia devices is becoming more important and profitable. Important aspect in 4K multimedia devices development and deployment is testing which can be done using black-box approach. In this paper, two main challenges regarding 4K UHD device black-box testing are identified and explored, namely problem of raw 4K UHD video transmission and its real-time processing for the purpose of video quality analysis.

Wednesday, May 31 11:30 - 12:50

S2: Connectivity and IoT

Room: B1
Chairs: Marija Antic (RT-RK, Serbia), Istvan Papp (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
11:30 Multi Channel Sensor Measurements in Fog Computing Architecture
Ilija Radovanovic (ICEF, Serbia); Ivan Popovic (School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia); Dejan Drajic (DunavNET, Serbia)
This paper presents the design concept of multi channel based sensing application at the physical edge of IoT network. The approach is based on reference Fog computing model, where sensor devices are connected to the edge fog node enabling the implementation of distributed real-time sensing application. The proposed concept implies that the sensor data processing is moved to the connected fog node, reducing hardware and power requirements of the sensor device. The reference fog node architecture, as well as application layer services for data communication, aggregation and processing are also given.
11:50 FRRED: Fourier Robust RED Algorithm to Detect and Mitigate LDoS Attacks
Zhaomin Chen (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Diep Pham (Nanyang Technical University, Singapore); Chai Kiat Yeo, Bu Sung Lee and Chiew Tong Lau (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
As most of consumer electronics are connected to the Internet, network attacks can cause massive damage and loss of data to the users. By sending periodic packet bursts to bottleneck routers, Low-Rate Denial-of-Service (LDoS) attacks can degrade the throughput of TCP applications while being hard to be detected. In this paper, we introduce Power Spectrum Density Entropy (PSD-entropy) to detect LDoS attacks. We also propose a Fourier transform based Robust RED (FRRED) queuing algorithm to preserve TCP throughput when faced with LDoS attacks. This novel Active Queue Management (AQM) Algorithm firstly detects the suspicious attack packets based on their arrival time and then filter the attack packets based on Power Spectrum Density (PSD) entropy. We perform extensive simulations in NS-3 to evaluate the performance of FRRED. Compared to other AQM algorithms, FRRED has the lowest False Positive Rate and can preserve nearly the full TCP throughput.
12:10 Using Software Defined Radio for RF Measurements
Dusan Grujic (School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade & Lime Microsystems, Serbia); Pavle Jovanovic and Milan Savic (Lime Microsystems, Serbia)
Internet of Things (IoT) is driving the need for wireless connectivity to unprecedented scale. High development costs and risks of ASIC development have been deterring startups and small companies to innovate and disrupt the IoT market. Software defined radio (SDR) platforms have democratized wireless innovation, allowing everyone to enter markets reserved for big players. Although SDR platforms are intended for wireless communications, they can be used for RF measurements as well. This paper presents the (mis)use of LimeSDR for RF measurements.
12:30 Architecture and Partial Implementation of the Remote Monitoring Platform for Patients with Movement Disorders
Lazar Berbakov (Institute Mihailo Pupin, Serbia); Bogdan Pavkovic (RT-RK, Novi Sad & FTN, Novi Sad, Serbia); Vladana Marković and Marina Svetel (Neurology Clinic, Clinical Center of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia)
In the coming years, the Internet of Things offers great promises for healhcare. The possibility to remotely monitor patient's vital parameters offers a number of benefits: doctors can be aware of patient's condition in real time and timely react in the case of emergency. Besides, patients are much more comfortable to stay at homes while avoiding expensive hospitalization costs. In this paper, we propose an architecture of a remote monitoring system for patients with movement disorders. We have developed one of building blocks - wireless inertial sensors platform that can be used in evaluation of therapy effectiveness for patients with spasmodic torticollis. Finally, we have demonstrated the effectiveness of our prototype TremorSense application: by analysing measurements acquired from patients with head dystonic tremor we have numerically confirmed effectiveness of the botulinum toxin injection treatment.

Wednesday, May 31 12:30 - 13:10

K2: Keynote session 2

Room: A1
Chair: Gordana Velikić (RTRK Computer Based Systems LLC, Serbia)
12:30 Universum called Engineer
Dragan Sataric (Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, Serbia)
If you think that you are completely profiled after graduation, think twice! A true story of a surreal engineering path - from student years and radar jammer, via computing center and beginnings of C, start ups, professorhip, leadership, and Ministry.

Wednesday, May 31 13:15 - 14:15

Lunch

Room: Cafeteria

Wednesday, May 31 14:15 - 15:15

S3: Consumer healthcare

Room: B1
Chairs: Zvonimir Kaprocki (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia), Ioan Tache (University Politehnica Bucuresti, Romania)
14:15 Virtual Environments For Training Visually Impaired For A Sensory Substitution Device
Alin Moldoveanu (Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania); Iulia Stanica and Maria-Iuliana Dascalu (University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania); Constanta-Nicoleta Bodea (Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania); Daniel Flamaropol, Florica Moldoveanu and Bogdan Taloi (University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania); Runar Unnthorsson (University of Iceland, Iceland)
Virtual reality represents an emerging technology, which can be successfully used to develop training tools in many domains, such as military, space, education or healthcare. The current paper proposes a training strategy for a sensory substitution device in order to improve the ability of visually impaired people to be autonomous, thus to increase the quality of their lives. The core of the strategy is a highly interactive virtual training environment, composed of 3D scenes simulating both realistic and imaginary settings. The training is based on gamification principles, as the virtual environment is designed as a highly immersive serious game, with essential elements such as quests, rewards or increasing complexity of tasks which can maintain its users motivated and help them acquire useful day-to-day life skills. Also, a series of mini-games are available in the training environment, as repetitive actions can facilitate the improvement of specific skills. By using appropriate hardware equipment, the virtual training environment can be rendered to the visually impaired users through acoustic and haptic means. The paper presents our proposed training strategy based on virtual reality in the context of numerous challenges of offering efficient training experiences to users with special needs.
14:35 The TRAVEE Neuromotor Rehabilitation System: in-Vivo Testing
Oana-Maria Ferche (University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania); Alin Moldoveanu (Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania); Maria-Iuliana Dascalu (University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania); Constanta-Nicoleta Bodea (Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania); Robert Gabriel Lupu (Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi, Romania); Danut Irimia (Technical University "Gh. Asachi" of Iasi, Romania); Florica Moldoveanu (University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania)
The TRAVEE system is a Virtual Reality (VR) based system that will assist patients disabled as a result of a cerebrovascular accident as well as doctors, physicians and physiotherapists working alongside the patients toward the rehabilitation of their upper limbs. The system has been developed throughout the past two years and it has reached the state of the first in-vivo tests with the patients. The initial testing sessions were directed towards discovering any potential improvements that can be brought to the system regarding ease of use, comfort as well as performance and accuracy. The feedback received from the patients showed the great potential TRAVEE has in the field of rehabilitation as well as the openness of the patients towards a VR rehabilitation solution.
14:55 Smart Home Based Patronage Solution
Dmitry Vavilov (T-Systems RUS, Russia); Alexey Melezhik (Gazprom Promgaz, Russia); Ivan Platonov (St.-Petersburg State Polytechnical University, Russia)
Smart Home deployment remains within the early adopter phase. In spite of relatively moderate penetration of the patronage and healthcare functionality in the already installed devices, this feature is considered as one of the highest potential drivers for Smart Home deployment. We suggest the complex approach for medical assistance based on Smart Home usage. We propose also how to organize the human activities in response for received alarms. Several scenarios are discussed to demonstrate the alarm response procedures. A patronage service is considered as one of the actors in these scenarios.

Wednesday, May 31 14:15 - 17:00

Consumer electronics research exhibition

Room: Hall

Wednesday, May 31 15:15 - 15:30

Coffee break

Room: Cafeteria

Wednesday, May 31 15:30 - 17:10

S4: Enabling technologies

Room: B1
Chairs: Constanta-Nicoleta Bodea (Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania), Boris Radin (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
15:30 Acquisition of current impulses in electrical discharge machining
Branislav Batinic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Dragan Rodić, Nikola Laković and Marin Gostimirović (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Nenad Kulundžić (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
This paper presents a solution for the acquisition of electrical impulses generated in electrical discharge machining of material. These electrical impulses may be relevant when examining the material properties. Although the device used for electrical discharge machining doesn't have the possibility for this aquisition, choosing the predefined processing condition predicts arithmetic mean of electrical impulses, and that is the reason to expect a certain roughness of the processed material. Upgrading the acquisition system to the existing device enables continuous recording of impulses during processing. The measuring device consists of a sensor that works on the Hall element principle, a microcontroller which collects and sends data and the softeare on the PC that performes data acquisition. Maximum detection speed of electrical impulses of the measuring device is 1 Msps, in the 10—bit resolution, and the amplitude of the electrical impulse is 30 A. The sensitivity of the electrical sensor is 66 mV/A.
15:50 Modular WSN Node for Environmental Monitoring with Energy Harvesting Support
Zivorad Mihajlovic, Vladimir Milosavljevic and Ana Joza (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Mirjana Damnjanovic (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
Environmental protection is one of the most challenging tasks for humanity. All of the latest technologies to certain extent are applied in this area, among others, wireless sensor networks as well. In this paper a wireless sensor node designed specifically for monitoring of environmental parameters is described. The main advantage of this node is the use of energy harvesting techniques and supercapacitor as power supply method. The absence of batteries affects the reduction of maintenance costs and environmental impact. The paper shows that combination of energy harvesting and supercapacitor represents a sustainable solution of constant power supply of wireless sensor network node.
16:10 Online Power-Aware Scheduling Strategy Based on Workload Power Profile Measurement
Ivan Popovic (School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia); Strahinja Jankovic and Lazar Saranovac (University of Belgrade - School of Electrical Engineering, Serbia)
Deeply embedded systems represent large portion of devices connected in Internet of Things. Because of great number of deployed devices, power management of deeply embedded systems is an emerging aspect of their operation. The most actual power management techniques are hardware-centric and do not take run-time workload execution properties into account. We propose a novel power aware scheduling strategy for deeply embedded systems. Task-based power profiling is used to generate task power model utilized for power-aware or energy-aware task scheduling. The proposed concept dynamically changes the scheduling parameters of best-effort tasks to fit optimization goal while maintaining system hard real-time requirements. Concept is application design agnostic and can be easily integrated as a power management service available under real-time operating system support.
16:30 Extending Valgrind framework with the MIPS MSA support
Tamara Vlahovic (RT-RK, Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia); Marko Misic (University og Belgrade, School of Electrical Engineering, Serbia); Milo Tomasevic (University og Belgrade, School of Electrical Engineering Serbia, Serbia); Aleksandra Karadzic and Aleksandar Rikalo (RT-RK, Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia)
This paper presents an extension of Valgrind framework for dynamic binary code analysis to support MIPS MSA instruction set which includes instructions for vector (SIMD) processing of integer and floating-point data of different widths. First, a background on MIPS and its MSA extension is given. Then, Valgrind features for code instrumentation are described. Several changes have been made to Valgrind intermediate representation in order to support new instruction set. The implementation issues regarding the structures, formats, and functions needed for extension are discussed. Some low-level details and examples are also presented. Upgraded Valgrind tools are verified using dedicated regression test suite on the Linux platform.
16:50 Low Power Stochastic Sensor in Internet of Things Environment
Platon Sovilj (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Bojan Vujičić (Faculty of Tecnical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Svetlana Avramov-Zamurovic (United States Naval Academy, USA); Jarosław Makal (Bialystok University of Technology, Poland); Dragan Pejić and Đorđe Novaković (Faculty of Tecnical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
The low power stochastic sensor is proposed, and its suitability for operation in Internet of Things (IoT) environment is emphasized. Unlike typical digital sensors, instead of a digitizing module, this sensor has a digital stochastic measurement module (DSMM). DSMM enables low-power yet fast and accurate functioning of the sensor. Assessment model includes test signal generator, the standard calibrator, DSMM of the sensor.

Wednesday, May 31 20:00 - 22:00

Dinner at the Petrovaradin fortress

Room: Outside

Thursday, June 1

Thursday, June 1 9:30 - 10:00

Registration

Room: Hall

Thursday, June 1 10:00 - 11:20

S5: Automotive & Transport

Room: A1
Chairs: Bogdan Pavkovic (RT-RK, Novi Sad & FTN, Novi Sad, Serbia), Nebojsa Pjevalica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
10:00 Calculation of Number of Integration Cycles for Systems Synchronized Using the AS6802 Standard
Miladin Sandić (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Bosnia and Herzegovina); Ivan Velikic (RT-RK, Serbia); Aleksandar Jakovljevic (RT-RK Institute, Serbia)
Correctly maintained synchronization between devices is very important in deterministic networks like TTEthernet where is used AS6802 standard for this purposes. In this paper is depicted how to calculate number of integration cycles per cluster period depending on accuracy of clocks implemented in network devices. Influence of the number of integration cycles to bandwidth utilization is analyzed too.
10:20 One solution for persistent data storage in automotive industry
Dragan Radanovic (University of Novi Sad, FTN & RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia); Ivan Kastelan (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Milovan Vidovic and Radovan Prodanovic (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia)
Persistent data storage problem in modern automotive vehicles can be trivially viewed, as function of storing favorite radio stations, all the way up to safety critical functions, like black box. In this paper we present one solution for persistent data storage and quick integration in automotive industry. Goal of this paper is to develop adaptive software solution, with ability for quick response to input requirements changes.
10:40 Smart Grid technologies in electric traction: mini inverter station
Mikołaj Bartłomiejczyk (Gdańsk University of Technology & Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering, Poland)
The growing number of trams and trolleybuses equipped with recuperation systems contributes to the increase in the amount of energy recovered during braking. It involves questions about the possibility of its use. One possibility is the use of smart grid technology. The paper presents a case study of the use of braking energy in the trolleybus system for external loads by implementing mini inverter stations. Analysis is based on the measurement realized in Gdynia (Poland) trolleybus system.
11:00 Modern technologies in energy demand reducing of public transport - practical applications
Mikołaj Bartłomiejczyk (Gdańsk University of Technology & Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering, Poland)
City of Gdynia (Poland) exploits one of the most modern trolleybus system in Europe, which has been involved in many activities related to the reduction of energy consumption. Some of them are related with improving the energy breaking recovery usage, f.g. in period 2012-2014 there was tested an experimental stationary storage system at Północna substation. In 2014 there was installed the storage energy system in Wielkopolska substation. It is the first such big stationary supercapacitor storage system installed in trolleybus supply system in the Middle - Eastern Europe. Moreover, PKT started applications of Smart Grid technologies in supply network: the bilateral supply system was introduced between to first substation was introduced. The paper presents results of these two novel investments.

WS1: Workshop: Little Secrets of Success in Business Environment: Feedback

(free of charge application for the session is required)
Room: B1
Chair: Velibor Mihic (RT-RK Computer Based Systems LLC, Serbia)

How many of you have graduated, just to realize that your freshly acquired high expert skills are not enough to succeed in competitive business environment? That social skills are greatly important. That communication has its little secrets. The communication secrets in which we can get better if we recognize, understand, and practice them.

During the workshop, you will understand the importance of feedback in communication and our personal and professional development. In addition, you will find the answers to questions such as:

How to have constructive communication in business environment? What are the obstacles that create misunderstandings and how to avoid them? How to tell when you do not agree with your colleague without making him angry? How to accept feedback and get the most out of it?

Thursday, June 1 11:20 - 11:40

Coffee break

Room: Cafeteria

Thursday, June 1 11:40 - 13:00

K3: Keynote session 3

Room: A1
Chair: Milan Vidakovic (University of Novi Sad - Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
11:40 Biomedical Engineering in Cognitive Neuroscience
Platon Sovilj (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Cognitive neuroscience is the scientific area oriented to the study of the biological processes and phenomena that underlie cognition, with a specific focus on the neural system in the brain which is included in mental processes. It addresses the questions of how cognitive activities are affected or controlled by neural system in the brain. Cognitive neuroscience is a branch of both neuroscience and psychology, overlapping with disciplines such as physiological psychology, cognitive psychology, and neuropsychology. Cognitive neuroscience is based on theories in cognitive science coupled with evidence from neuropsychology, and computational modelling. Because of its multidisciplinary nature, cognitive neuroscientists may have backgrounds in neurobiology, neurophysiology, neurochemistry, bioengineering, neurology, physics, computer science, linguistics, philosophy, and mathematics. Biomedical methods employed in cognitive neuroscience include experimental procedures from psychophysics and cognitive psychology, functional neuroimaging, electrophysiology, cognitive genomics, and behavioural genetics.
12:20 Strengthening capacities for financing innovations and research
Goran Stojanovic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Goran will speak about funding opportunities for innovative small and medium companies from different financial sources: from EU and national level to crowdfunding platform. These funds will help you develop your concepts and ideas through demonstration activities, prototyping, testing, pilot projects and networking leading to commercialisation of your products/services. It is created to stimulate all forms of innovation in SMEs, targeting those with the potential to internationalise and to grow into world-leading companies.

WS2: Workshop: Project Initiative Diagnostics

Room: B1
Chair: Milenko Beric (RT-RK Institute, Serbia)

Thursday, June 1 13:00 - 14:00

Lunch

Room: Cafeteria

Thursday, June 1 14:00 - 15:20

S6: User Experience & HMI

Room: A1
Chairs: Ratko Grbić (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Enginneering, Croatia), Milena Vujošević Janičić (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mathematics, Serbia)
14:00 Electrovibration: Influence of the Applied Force on Tactile Perception Thresholds
Harald Zophoniasson, Christian Bolzmacher, Margarita Anastassova and Moustapha Hafez (CEA LIST, France)
We present a study on the influence of the applied force on tactile perception thresholds, during exploration of tactile textures generated with electrovibration. From a first user study, three force levels corresponding to the light (0.2 N-1.5 N), medium (1.5 N-3.0 N), and high force (3.0 N-7.0 N) categories were deduced. In a second study, the users were asked to apply these force levels while following a line on the screen. We determined the perception thresholds of 10 participants for specific electrovibration stimuli (100 Hz, 160 Hz, 240 Hz, 360 Hz, and 540 Hz sinusoidal signals) using a staircase method. No force effect on the perception threshold has been measured for 100 Hz and 160 Hz, while it decreased with increasing applied force at 240 Hz, 360 Hz, and 540 Hz.
14:20 Realization of Graphical User Interface for TV Application Electronic Program Guide
Mijo Vračević (RT-RK, Croatia); Mario Vranjes (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, Croatia); Marko Kovacevic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Nikola Teslic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Electronic program guide (EPG) is an application that provides information about current and upcoming events on all available channels to the digital television (DTV) users. This article presents design and implementation of one EPG application based on metadata from DTV transport stream (TS). The application is interactive and displays the data in Graphical User Interface (GUI). GUI is implemented using Qt framework while data obtaining and processing are realized in C/C++ programming languages. Target platform is Linux based system.
14:40 Environment for Automatic Testing and Dynamic Analysis of Electronic Program Guide TV Application
Matko Turalija (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems Osijek, Croatia); Ratko Grbić (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Enginneering, Croatia); Marko Kovacevic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Ilija Basicevic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Testing in the industry is a very critical component of every project. It is necessary to confirm and provide a guarantee that the requirements for the system are fulfilled. Testing embedded systems is a challenging and exhaustive process. In order to achieve a better quality of the system and to reduce final costs, it is important to start testing as soon as possible. In this paper, an environment for automatic testing and dynamic analysis of electronic program guide TV application is presented. The previously mentioned environment consists of dynamic analysis (memory consumption, heap and stack profiling etc.) and unit testing part. The main feature of the presented environment is automation of the testing process, which allows fast application testing in every phase of development.
15:00 Combining Photogrammetry, 3D Modeling and Real Time Information Gathering for Highly Immersive VR Experience
Časlav Livada (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek & Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek, Croatia); Denis Vajak (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, Croatia)
The fast popularization of virtual reality equipment has brought unrivalled convenience and entertainment experience in human life. Cardboard, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PSVR are gradually being accepted and recognized. The realization of VR for information purposes and remote exploration of new areas will become the key point of the application of VR technology in the field of education. This paper demonstrates the realization of VR for information purposes and remote exploration of new areas using HTC Vive. By using HTTP requests, official announcements from the faculty can also be fetched and presented to the user. We propose a system to match a given pair of virtual and physical world for immersive VR navigation. We first take images of the physical world in order to model it via the photogrammetry method. The second task is to 3D model the environment in Blender with all the props in it. After that, custom textured model is introduced to Unity game engine where all the scripting is done.

Lighting talks of the Young inventors

Room: B1
Chair: Milena Milosevic (RT-RK Computer Based Systems LLC, Serbia)

WS3: Workshop: Make your own BLE device

(free of charge application for the session is required)
Room: Cafeteria

Have you heard about BLE? What is a BLE device? How does it fits in to the IoT ecosystem? These are all the questions what Makers will help get answered. We will make one Bluetooth Low Energy device based on one of the latest Arduino boards made by Intel®. It is based on Curie™ that expands the possibilities of what tech can do. It's a complete low-power solution designed for wearable devices and consumer and industrial edge products. The Intel® Curie™ module is ideal for Makers and jumpstarts the creation with the latest technology.

Makers with guide you through this process and no prior experience is necessary. All you need is a good will (and a laptop that can install drivers from create.arduino.cc).

Vladimir Dmitrović and Veselin Gligorin

Thursday, June 1 15:20 - 15:30

Coffee break

Room: Cafeteria

Thursday, June 1 15:30 - 16:00

Best Paper Award, Closing

Room: A1
Chair: Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)