Demos & Exhibits

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Title Organization

A Novel and Scalable LED Communicat​ion System

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India

Online Statistics of Keyword-In​dexed Youtube Videos

University of Avignon, France

Mobile Platform and Applicatio​n Research at SMU LiveLabs

School of Information Systems, Singapore Management University, Singapore

People In Motion: Spatio-tem​poral Analytics on Call Detail Records

IBM Research, India
Secure Personal Authentica​tion through Remote System for E-Transact​ions (SPARSE) Innovation Labs, Tata Consultancy Services, Bangalore, India

Wireless Mobile Network Planning and Optimizati​on: A Tool Based Approach

TCS Networks Lab, Bangalore, India

Bigonet Mobile Cloud Framework

Bigonet Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore, India

CAPAS: Context Aware Personalization of Application and Services

Huawei Research and Development, Bangalore, India

LoadSense: Passively Estimating Cellular Load

Microsoft Research, Bangalore, India

Get Better Insights Faster

ChiSquare Analytics, India


Airtight Networks, India

NetSIM - Simulation Platform

Tetcos, Bangalore, India


COMSNETS 2014 features a “Demos and Exhibits” session designed to allow industry and researchers to showcase their latest industrial applications and research prototypes in all communications and networking related topics. This includes innovative technologies, platforms, analysis tools and applications related to (but not limited to) the topics:

Wireless Platforms Cloud HCI Apps and Media
Indoor positioning systems Spectrum sharing algorithms – USRP and WARP platforms VM and cloud computing for mobiles Augmented reality Home Apps for Hi Speed Wi Fi
60GHz based short range communication Vanets Inter-operable Network Controllers for WAN, MAN (SDN) Gesture-based control for mobiles Crowd sensing applications
Visual Light Communication or Li-Fi (or LED) Location privacy for mobiles Virtualization and API Clouds Widget Toolkits and 3D Video Streaming and HTML 5

The poster and demo sessions will be co-located over two days to ensure maximum visibility and favor a close interaction between presenters and participants.

Key Features

Demo Session: Demos & Exhibits will be showcased for 2 days along with a dedicated demo session of 2 hrs as part of the main conference agenda. The demo paper will be published to the IEEE digital library as part of COMSNETS 2014.

Demo Snap Talk: In the main conference agenda, each demo will get 3 mins to advertise their key concept. The presentations of the accepted demos will be published in the COMSNETS 2014 website as well in the digital proceedings.

Best Demo Award: This will be presented for the demo which exhibits highly innovative technological research overcoming major technical difficulties and also exhibit high benefits.

Call for Demo Submissions [pdf Link]

Demo proposals are invited for both mature or innovative systems and prototypes developed for commercial use or for research purposes, from industries and academia.

Accepted demonstrations could be supported by a poster describing the general set-up of the demonstration, its background and technical content to be demonstrated. Demonstrations will be selected based on their novelty, technical quality, and attractiveness of the demonstrated system. We will have approximately 12 – 15 demos (depending space constraints). The demos shall be allocated between COMSNETS Sponsoring-organizations and Non-sponsoring organization.

Demos are complimentary for all sponsoring organizations. For the non-sponsoring organizations, COMSNETS charges a nominal registration fee of (INR TBD) if their proposal is accepted for demonstration. Demonstrations from start-ups and universities are highly encouraged with the possibility of limited financial support from COMSNETS towards the registration fee.

Documents for Demo Submission

Documents Purpose Template
Demo Paper Description of your demo technical paper not exceeding 4 pages. This document will be published in the IEEE digital library.

Suggested Content:

  1. Technical content to be demonstrated.
  2. An overview of the demonstration set-up (the inclusion of photographs of the
    demonstrator are encouraged) and the results that will be shown to attendees.
  3. Any URLs that link to screen-shots, live demos, or related information
Demo Requirements Provide all the necessary details required for conducting the demo. This document is necessary to provide the additional requirements apart from the basic requirements provided by COMSNETS team. Provide a word document with details about
Equipment or facilities required for the system demonstration in addition to the general
Demo Presentation Prepare a presentation for the Demo Snap Talk not exceeding 2 slides. This presentation will be published through the COMSNETS 2014 website.

Demo Presentation should be of only 2 slides:

  1. Problem definition and motivation (1 slide)
  2. Ideas and Results (1 slide)

The above documents are to be zipped in a single archive and submitted electronically (email) to [email protected]

Important Dates

Submission deadline: November 14, 2013 (Extended)
Acceptance notification: November 22, 2013
Camera Ready Submission:        November 26, 2013
COMSNETS Demos and Exhibits session     January 7-10, 2013

 Exhibits Space and Logistics:

Each organization will be given a 6/4 ft table with a white table cloth, 2 chairs with their requirement of power points. They will also be provided 1 easels/white board in the Demo hall next to their table. The WiFi internet access will also be provided to each.

Demos & Exhibits Co-Chairs

Niranth Amogh  (namogh[at]huawei[dot]com) Huawei R&D India, Bangalore
Vinayak Naik ([email protected][at]ac[dot]in) IIIT-Dehli
Prabhakar T V (tvprabs[at]cedt[dot]iisc[dot]ernet[dot]in)     IISc, Bangalore


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