28/03 - we will see you at IWDSC2022 -> here
10/11 - All the IWDSC papers are now available on ICCV2021 open access
10/11 - All the slides presented at IWDSC are uploaded here
10/06 -
09/28 - Program of workshop can be found here

Smart cameras are of paramount importance for our intelligent cities where a huge amount of interconnected devices is actively collaborating to improve and ease our everyday life. This is achieved through advanced image chips and intelligent computer vision systems. Furthermore, networks of smart cameras are becoming a fundamental piece of our intelligent cities, buildings, and homes, progressively inserting themselves into our lives. In this workshop we aim to present and encourage a discussion on the latest technologies and developments of these two heavily intertwined fundamental players. This workshop aims to bring together the different communities which are relevant to distributed smart cameras, including Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Multimedia, Augmented and Virtual Reality, Human Computer Interaction, Visual Sciences, Embedded/Wearable Systems/Devices, Healthcare, Distributed and Remote Sensing, etc.. The main goal of the workshop is to provide a discussion forum and facilitate the interaction between researchers coming from different areas of competence. We invite researchers interested in these topics to join our workshop, submitting ongoing and recently published ideas, demos, and applications in support of human performance through distributed smart cameras.

Research papers are solicited in, but not limited to, the following topic areas:

  • Distributed smart cameras and network architectures
  • Distributed video analytics
  • Camera sensor networks
  • Embedded vision
  • Embedded and smart healthcare
  • Outdoor smart sensors
  • Multi-view video processing
  • Action recognition
  • Edge computing
  • Distributed mobile vision, 3D perception, and social robotics
  • Smart image sensors and vision chips
  • Smart cameras in Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Industry 4.0 & smart transport
  • Machine/deep learning in distributed camera networks
  • Emerging applications (smart cities, autonomous driving, AR/VR)
  • Wearable Sensors and Vision
  • Privacy-preserving cameras
  • Federated learning
  • Ethical Research in Using Smart Cameras
  • Ambient Intelligence

Niki Martinel -
Ehsan Adeli -

Invited Speakers

Organizing Committee



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