Key dates

  • Notification of full papers 31st of March 2015
  • Camera ready papers 4th of May 2015
  • Symposium dates 15-18 June 2015


The main theme of the symposium will be Connected to the Future.

- Connecting researchers and developers
- Connecting and gathering newest research results and ideas
-Connecting and integrating newest technologies with the automation and robotics in construction and mining             

Welcome to be connected!

Download Call for Papers brochure here.

Co-operation with Automation in Construction Journal

A selection of the best papers submitted will be published on a dedicated issue of the Automation in Construction Journal. These papers will be expanded and fully refereed after the publication of the ISARC proceedings.

Topics apply to the Construction and Mining Industries:

  • Information Technology (IT) Applications in Construction
  • Integration of Building Information Modelling (BIM) with Construction Automation
  • Remote Sensing and Integrated Smart Systems Technologies
  • Robotics and Hardware Automation
  • Multi-Disciplinary
  • Other

Sub topics:

Advanced Computing
Advanced Planning Tools
Advanced Surveying and Positioning
Augmented and Virtual Reality
Automated Haulage
Automation and Robotics
Building Information Modeling (BIM)
BIM Integration with Automation and
Robotics Systems
Collaborative Design and Construction
Computational Mechanics
Computing and Conceptual Design
Decision Support Systems
Distributed Computing and Information
Dredging Automation
Dynamic Work Process and Site Control
Environmental Monitoring
Experimentation with Future Technologies
Fault Analysis and Control
Field Robotics
Fleet Management and Dispatching
GIS and Spatial Databases
Hoist Control
Human-Machine Interfaces
Human Robotics
Instrumentation and Sensors
Intelligent Information Transfer and
Linked Data and Information Models
Logistics Systems
Machine Control Systems
Management Systems
Materials Handling Systems
Multi-Vehicle Coordination
Networking and Communications
Novel Mining and Construction Methods
Open and Intelligent Information Transfer
Operator-Assist Guidance Systems
Positioning Methods and Systems
Project Information Management
Process Control and Optimization
Real-Time Systems
Reliability and Availability
Remote Mining
Robotic Excavation
Robotized Factories
Safety Improvement Systems
Semantic Methods and Systems
Sensing Technology
Service Robots
Site Control Systems
Space and Extreme Engineering
Supervisory Control
Unmanned Measurement and Production
Web-based BIM
Working in Extreme Conditions