Demos and Exhibits | Comsnets 2015
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JANUARY 6 - 10

Vidhana Soudha by Ranganath Krishnamani

Demos and Exhibits

The demo snaptalk is scheduled on the first day of the main conference between 1030 to 1130. Please get in touch with demo chairs to register for your talk before 5th January.

COMSNETS 2015 features a "Demos and Exhibits" session designed to allow start-ups, industries 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 following topics:

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.

This year we are especially inviting technology start-ups to participate in the event. The flyer for the start-ups is attached here: Demos & Exhibits Flyer for COMSNETS 2015.


The above has to be paid by cash/cheque(drawn in favor of "COMSNETS Association") at the registration counter on the first day of the Conference i.e. January 7, 2015. A receipt will be issued against the same.

The rates are inclusive of the following:

Key Features of the event:

Important Deadlines

Contact Organizers: November 30, 2014 (we have only 10 demo slots)
Submission deadline: November 30, 2014
Acceptance notification: December 5, 2014
Camera Ready Submission: December 8, 2014
COMSNETS Demos and Exhibits session January 6-10, 2015




Title: TBD



Title: Tracking user browsing on a demo floor



Title: CityZen: An Urban Sensing Platform to Facilitate City Management through Resident Engagement, StandUp : Pervasive System for Physical Activity Monitoring and Notifications in Workplace Environment



Title: SATs: (Sasken Automation Test Suite): Sasken Remote Automation Testing of mobile devices, with ability to remotely test the mobile devices With automation, remotely debug the issue's


Instart Logic

Instart Logic

Title: Web Application Streaming : A Radical New Approach



Title: NetSim - Simulation platform for Network R & D

Lekha Wireless

Lekha Wireless

Title: WaveGuru: A Platform for Next Generation Wireless Networks



Title: SDR-LAB - View Website



Title: Monitomation: A novel design for Smart Wireless Monitoring, Messaging & Task Automation

BackPack Labs

Backpack Labs

Title: Backpack - Take your classroom online

How to Participate?

Step 1: Contact organizers

Please contact Organizers via email to register your participation
Contact Email: [email protected]

Demos are complimentary for all sponsoring organizations. For the non-sponsoring organizations, COMSNETS charges a nominal registration fee 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.

We will have approximately 10 demos fron non-sponsoring organizations.

Step 2: Prepare a demo proposal

Demo proposals are invited for both mature or innovative systems and prototypes developed for commercial use or for research purposes, from start-ups, industries and academia. Demonstrations will be selected based on their novelty, technical quality, and attractiveness of the demonstrated system.

Is there any format for writing demo proposals?

Please refer to for Formatting, Paper Size and additional Submission Guidelines.

Note: You need not create an EDAS account as mentioned on the Submission Guidelines page, but are required to send your submission via email to [email protected] as explained in the Step 3

Is there any page limitation for the proposal?

Yes, 2 pages.

Are there any tips for writing demo proposals?

You can have a section on the problem your product is solving, it's motivation, and it's significance. You can have a section on the technical content to be demonstrated. Keep a section on giving overview of the demonstration set-up (the inclusion of photographs of the demonstrator are encouraged). Any additional URLs that link to screen-shots, live demos, or related information are encouraged.

Step 3: Submit proposal doc and requirement doc

In addition to the proposal, please provide a word document (not in IEEE format) with details about equipment or facilities required for the system demonstration in addition to the general requirements.

Please zip your proposal doc and requirement doc in a file and email it to [email protected]

Step 4: Demo setup (and optional poster)

If your demo gets selected, you can optionally prepare a poster in A0 size. We will help you to put up the poster.

You have to prepare a demo Presentation of 2 slides:

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

Vijay Gabale

IBM Research, India

[email protected]
Laxman Shankar

Bigonet Technologies, India

[email protected]
Saharsh Tibrewal

Amazon, India

[email protected]