• Future Sensing Technologies
    Invitation
    Conference
    Other Information:
    SPIE Event Policies
    For Authors and Presenters
Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial Trade Center
Tokyo, Japan
17 - 19 November 2021
Search Open Calls:    go
Print PageEmail Page

SPIE Future Sensing Technologies

SPIE Future Sensing Technologies

Participate in Future Sensing Technologies: 17 - 19 November 2021

This is the conference where academics, scientists, and engineers converge to discuss important and ongoing research in the field of sensor systems, related technologies, and specialized application areas.

We hope you will join us this November in Tokyo, Japan for SPIE Future Sensing Technologies 2021.

If you’re unable to travel, options will be available for remote participation.

Review the Call for Papers >

Important dates

Abstract Due
4 June 2021

Author Notification
23 July 2021

Manuscript Due
17 October 2021

Sign up to receive updates about this event.

Stay up to date
Browse Call for Papers
Submission Guidelines
Download Call for Papers PDF

Primary conference topics for the 2021 event

Next Generation Technology

  • Optical wireless power transfer
  • AR/VR
  • Photonics
  • Optical communications
  • Space-based missions

Imaging and Sensing

  • Cameras and systems
  • RADAR systems
  • Hyperspectral
  • Computational methods
  • LIDAR technology and applications
  • Polarization sensing and imaging
  • EO/IR/SWIR sensing

Application Areas

  • UAV applications
  • Environmental remote and proximal sensing
  • Food/water/waste safety and inspection
  • Sensing for safety and security
  • Autonomous vehicle sensing
  • Sensor-based sorting & quality control

Algorithms

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Machine learning
  • Signal and image processing
  • Data fusion
  • Sensor information processing

Browse conferences

Cooperating Oorganizations:

Optronics

Science Photonics Fair

Follow SPIE on social media

                  #SPIEFST FB Twitter Check out SPIE on Instagram SPIE.tv SPIE LinkedIn Group

fst e-alerts

Browse Defense, Security, and Sensing 2011 papers