March 9-11, 2011 co-hosted at DRDC OTtawa

Welcome to the First Canadian Tracking and Fusion Group Workshop (CTFG 2011) !

Canadian researchers and practitioners working on target tracking and sensor fusion for surveillance, with applications in civilian and defence domains, are invited to present their work describing advances, applications, and ideas. Presentations on all aspects of multi-target tracking and multi-sensor/multi-source information fusion, both theory and application, with submissions on both established and emerging topics, are encouraged. Accepted presentations will be included in the workshop CD. This workshop will also feature keynote speeches by distinguished experts in the field and new technology demonstrations by industry participants.

PICTUREs (larger images)

News and Announcements

April 15, 2011: The CTFG Workshop 2011 pictures have been added here.

March 16, 2011: The CTFG Workshop 2011 was run on March 9-11, 2011 and its website is now closed (pictures may be added later). The organizing committee would like to thank all sponsors, co-hosts, supporters, speakers, participants, organizers and volunteers for all of their efforts in ensuring the success of this workshop. Please contact the organizing committee if you are interested in helping in the organization of next year's workshop.

March 07, 2011: The final technical program is now ready for download in PDF.

March 04, 2011: The final technical program is being finalized and should be available early next week, please visit this page for the final version.

February 09, 2011: The organizing committee would also like to thank the Communications Research Centre Canada (CRC) for providing workshop attendees access to the meeting location (CRC Auditorium).

February 04, 2011: Final presentation submission and registration deadline has been set for March 01, 2011. As the venue is a secure facility you will require a passport when you arrive. If you are not a Canadian citizen, please let us know when you register. Please contact Jack Ding for submissions and registrations (note that all presenters are already registered).

February 01, 2011: If you have not already done so, register for the CTFG Google Group.

January 28, 2011: The workshop program should be published on the official CTFG 2011 website by next week.