Demos & Exhibits

COMSNETS 2016 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:

  • Mobile Applications

  • Cloud Applications

  • Telecom Applications

  • Wireless Systems

  • Networking Equipments

  • Networking Platforms

  • Crowdsourcing Applications

  • Web Technologies

  • Computer Systems in Energy Domains

  • Computer Systems in Education Domain

  • Computer Systems in Environmental Science Domain

The demo session will be co-located over two days to ensure maximum visibility and to enable a close interaction between presenters and participants. Continuing with success of last year's event, we are especially inviting technology start-ups to participate in the event and present their products. We are also planning to have reduced registration fees for start-ups.

Sponsors Demos

IOX – application enablement platform for network fog computing

Enhanced network telemetry based threat analytics

TNaaS : TCS Cloud Network Provisioning Platform

An NS3-based Overlay ICN Simulator

Secure and Privacy enabled Computation applications for citizen centric smart city applications

Contextual Search for Mobile Apps

TrajSummary: Mobility Summary of Individuals

BlueZen: A Solution Framework for Mobile Based User Context Sensing and Analytics Services

TutorSpace: At-scale Personalized Learning


Social Pulse: Listening to your customer voices in social platforms

Startups/Industrial Demos:

iNet a IOT solutions Building Block

University Demos:

  1. NIT Duragapur: PDCRPT: A Post-Disaster Networking Planner for Preparedness and Deployment, Partha Sarathi Paul et al
  2. IIIT-Delhi: A Proof-of-Concept Device-to-Device Communication Testbed, Vibhutesh Kumar Singh et al
  3. IIT Hyderabad: Real time half-duplex voice calling over IEEE 802.15.4/Zigbee Standard using Android Platform, B. Sree Charan Teja Reddy

IoT League:

  1. Managing Sensing Resources in Sensor-Cloud Sunanda Bose, Debangana Sarkar, Nandini Mukherjee (Jadavpur University)
  2. Traffic Pattern Analysis and Smart Signals Kiran Kulkarni, Bhargav Shandilya, Daksha Shrivastava (PES University)
  3. Smart Bus Transit System Sagar Paliwal, Sahajada Hasan (NIIT University)

Submission Categories

A 2 page abstract of the demo that captures motivation for the problem, the solution approach, results (if any), and a brief description of the technology demonstration. The abstract should use the same template as for the conference paper submission. Abstracts which do not adhere to the conference template will be rejected without review. All submissions must be in PDF format. There are following two different submission categories i.e. research demo, and product demonstrations.

  1. Research Demo: Research prototype with novel and clear technical contributions are invited. Authors of accepted full papers are highly encouraged to submit original demo entry. All the submitted entries will go through peer-review process. Accepted submissions in this category will be published/indexed in IEEE Explorer.
  2. Product Exhibitions: Proposals to showcase products from start-up and industries are invited in this category. All the sponsoring organizations are encouraged to submit an entry in this category. Accepted entries will be part of conference proceeding distributed to all the participants.

Where to Submit

Please submit your demo/exhibit proposal to [email protected] with email subject starting with 'Submission:'


If you have any question related to demo and exhibits sessions, please feel free to write to organizers by sending an email to [email protected] (Mohit Kumar and Kuldeep Yadav)

Important Deadlines

Contact Organizers:

October 25, 2015 November 24, 2015

Submission deadline:

November 24, 2015

COMSNETS Demos and Exhibits session

January 6-7, 2016