REV 2009

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REV 2009
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Annual International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation
Event in series REV
Dates 2009/06/22 (iCal) - 2009/06/25
Location: Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA
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Important dates
Submissions: 2009/04/06
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REV2009 is the sixth in a series of annual events addressing the area of remote engineering and virtual instrumentation. Previous editions of REV were organised in the form of an international symposium, which from 2007 assumes the role of the annual conference of the International Association of Online Engineering. This year the conference will be organized by School of Engineering at University of Bridgeport.

Scope of the conference

Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation are very future trends in engineering and science. Due to:

  • the growing complexity of engineering tasks,
  • more and more specialized and expensive equipmentas well as software tools and simulators,
  • the necessary use of expensive equipment and software tools/simulators in short time projects,
  • the application of high tech equipment also in SME's,
  • the need of high qualified staff to control recent equipment,
  • the demands of globalization and division of labour,

It is increasingly necessary to allow and organize a shared use of equipment, but also specialized software as for example simulators. Organizers especially encourage people from industry to present their experience and applications of remote engineering and virtual instruments.

The general objective of this conference is to discuss fundamentals, applications and experiences in the field of remote engineering and virtual instrumentation.The use of virtual and remote laboratories is one of the future directionsfor advanced teleworking, remote service and e-working environments. Another objective of the symposium is to discuss guidelines for educationin university level courses for this topic.


  • Virtual and remote laboratories
  • Remote process visualization and virtual Instrumentation
  • Remote control and measurement technologies
  • Online engineering
  • Networking and grid technologies
  • Mixed Reality environments for education and training
  • Demands in education and training, e-learning, b-learning, m-learning and ODL
  • Teleservice and telediagnosis
  • Telerobotics and telepresence
  • Support of collaborative work in virtual engineering environments
  • Teleworking environments
  • Telecommunity and their social impact
  • Present and future trends including social and educational aspects
  • Human computer interfaces, usability, reusability,accessibility
  • Applications and experiences
  • Standards and standardization proposals
  • Innovative organizational and educational concepts for remote engineering
  • Products


The abstracts should be submitted online using your personal conference administration account. If unable to submit the abstract electronically, please contact the chair. Proposals for demonstrations, tutorials and workshops also may be submitted to:

Important Dates

  • April 06, 2009 : Submission of proposals for thematic sessions, demos, workshops
  • April 24, 2009: Notification of acceptance
  • May 22 , 2009: Camera-ready due
  • June 22-25 , 2009: Conference dates