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Alvin Chin <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 8 Mar 2018 17:16:29 -0600
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Dear colleague,

A kind reminder if you and your colleagues may be interested in submitting
a paper to our Special Issue on Connected and Autonomous Driving for IEEE
IT Professional.  The deadline is April 1.


Please also forward to others who may be interested.



*Call for Papers for Connected and Autonomous Driving, IEEE IT Professional*

*Submission deadline: 1 April 2018*

*Publication: Nov/Dec 2018*

Car manufacturers are becoming like software companies in their use of big
data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI) to understand
consumer driving behaviors. These days, a car is not just for going from
point A to point B, but rather delivers a holistic experience that revolves
around our daily activities, with the future being the autonomous vehicle.
Even though there has been considerable progress toward connected vehicle
technologies, traffic and transportation, and cloud-based computing, major
challenges remain in integrating these technologies into our society to
create a seamless digital mobility lifestyle.

This special issue of *IT Professional* intends to explore recent advances
that address these challenges for connected and autonomous vehicles,
providing a perspective of the current state of the art and the issues that
need to be addressed to make connected and autonomous vehicles become
mainstream for consumers. Topics of interest include, but are not limited
to, the following:

   - Autonomous vehicles and autonomous driving
   - Connected and intelligent vehicle applications and cloud-based services
   - Machine learning systems, algorithms, and AI in connected and
   autonomous vehicles
   - Connected digital and life experiences in the vehicle
   - Cyber-physical systems and technologies, including IoT and embedded
   - Contextual and personalized recommendation engines
   - Privacy and security issues for connected and autonomous driving
   - Legal issues and government perspectives
   - Frameworks, scalable platform, and architectures for connected and
   autonomous driving
   - Social implications and community experiences
   - New computing paradigms, including edge computing
   - New business models and ecosystems


Feature articles should be no longer than 4,200 words and have no more than
20 references (with tables and figures counting as 300 words).
Illustrations are welcome. For author guidelines, including sample
articles, see
Submit your article at

For more information, please contact the guest editors:

   - Jilei Tian, BMW Group, [log in to unmask]
   - Halim Yanikomeroglu, Carleton University, Canada,
   [log in to unmask]
   - Alvin Chin, BMW Group, [log in to unmask]

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