Tool Demo Session of RCEAS 2007

24 November 2007

Budapest, Hungary


The Tool Demo Session will be organized on the same site as RCEAS: in the building of the John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics, Budapest Tech Polytechnical Institution (Bécsi út 96/b, Budapest III., Hungary).

Technical Information

  • 5 to 10 minute-long presentations (with slides) are expected as an introduction to each demo.
  • Each exhibitor is provided with a desk (80x160cm) to support the exhibition of the tool (mandatory) and a display panel for a poster of size A1 (optional).
  • The organizers can guarantee no surveillance, the exhibitors have to ensure the safeguarding of their exhibited tools.
  • Each exhibitor is allowed to bring an accompanying person along with the presentor of the tool, for whom lunch and buffet is provided.


10:00 - 10:30Presentations
Barnabás Takács, Dávid Hanák: Robots in the Home Assisting the Elderly (paper id: 42)
Bálint Tóth, Géza Németh: Text-to-Speech based Mobile Applications (paper id: 61)
András Lőrincz: Tools for Self-Organizing Ambient Assisting Intelligence (paper id: 72)
10:30 - 11:00Demo/break
11:00 - 11:30Presentations
András Pataricza, András Balogh, Gergely Pintér, György Csertán, Balázs Polgár: Toolchain for the Model-based Development of Dependable Embedded Systems (paper id: 70)
Béla Fehér, Tamás Raikovich, Péter Laczkó: LOGSYS - Development Environment of Embedded Systems (paper id: 49)
Balázs Scherer, Csaba Tóth: Configuring Sensor Networks with Graphical Methods (paper id: 77)
11:30 - 12:00Demo/break
12:00 - 12:30Presentations
László Kutor, Zsolt Domozi, Gabriella Nagy, Csaba Peller, Tamás Véső: Object Identification and Local Information Services Using Near Field Communication (paper id: 81)
Tamás Pósa: AyCare: a sensory presence for the elderly and disabled (paper id: 76)
Ákos Maróy: Using Zigbee motes as wireless mesh-networked environmental sensors in the Corpora project (paper id: 78)
12:30 - 13:00Demo/break
13:00 - 13:40Presentations
Vilmos Bilicki, Robert Béládi: A novel approach for distributed Management and Monitoring of Wireless Mesh Networks (paper id: 46)
Gábor Filep, Péter Kulik, Viktor Sinka, Zoltán Szatmári: Educational boards for embedded systems (paper id: 68)
Lóránt Vajda, Attila Török, András Szabó, Ákos Nagy, Gordos Géza: Proposal for Intelligent Home Network Gateway Architecture
13:30 - 13:00Demo/break
14:00 - 13:40Presentations
Balázs Scherer, dr. Csaba Tóth, Péter Csordás: Education of automotive technologies at BUTE DMIS (paper id: 69)
Gergely Patai: Assistive Robot Experiments (paper id: 75)
14:20 -Demo
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