Important Dates:

Paper Submission:
May 22, 2020 (Midnight PT)
Acceptance notification:
June 19, 2020 (Midnight PT)
Camera Ready:
July 17, 2020 (Midnight PT)

  • We are an interdisciplinary forum that links students, industrialists, business people, graduates, scientists, government officials, and science and technology communities. WITCOM aims to empower Telematics, disruptive technologies. We are known for uniting scientists, technology leaders, industrialists but above all, human beings who inspire others to serve communities with the knowledge to live better. Our model lies on topics of {telematics}, {computing} {geospatial science} {communications} and {artificial intelligence] towards digital transformation in all aspects of life and the planet. We are fostering interdisciplinary discussions and research in all aspects surrounding these areas. We distinguish our mission based on the projection of the cultural, scientific, tourist, industrial, and governmental activity of the place of the event, but above all, we highlight the talent and spirit of our friends, invited and speakers around the world. They are changing the world with their talent.
  • Paper Format

  • Manuscripts should be submitted in english, using PDF format with a minimum of 10 pages, and formatted using the camera-ready templates available: Here. It is important that previous related work be appropriately cited. All submissions will be refereed for quality, originality, and relevance by the Program Committee. Accepted papers will be considered for “Best Paper Award.”
  • The proceedings will be published in CCIS Series in Springer, below the list of topics ( but not limited to)

    1. Communications Theory
    2. Cloud Computing
    3. Augmented Reality
    4. Artificial Intelligence
    5. VoIP
    6. Mobile Computing
    7. Digital Signal Processing
    8. Web Applications
    9. Spatial Semantics
    10. Location-Based Services
    11. Wireless-Networking
    12. Electronics
    13. Cryptography
    14. P2P-networks
    15. Microwaves
    16. Antennas
    17. Sensor Networks
    18. Machine Learning

    1. Cellular Systems
    2. Information Theory
    3. Time Series prediction
    4. Telephony
    5. Networks Telephony
    6. Pattern recognition
    7. Protocols
    8. Distributed Systems
    9. Big Data
    10. Intelligent Networks
    11. Social Networks
    12. Spatio-Temporal Systems
    13. Geographic Information Systems
    14. Homomorphic Encryption
    15. Encryption and Data Security
    16. Mobile communication networks
    17. Computer Vision Applications
    18. Human Computer Interaction and Visualization