Australasian Conference on Robotics and Automation (ACRA)
The annual ACRA conferences began in 1999 with a conference in Brisbane. The 2002 conference was held in New Zealand and the conference became known as the Australasian Conference on Robotics and Automation (it was previously known as the Australian Conference on Robotics and Automation).
The conference website can be found here.
Submission date for full papers is 17 September 2018. Guidelines on paper formats can be found here. We will advise acceptance status by 30 October 2018. The camera-ready version will be required by 13 November 2018.
Past ACRA Conferences
The links below will take you to the proceedings of each ACRA conference.
How to Purchase CD-ROM of Proceedings
If you would like to purchase copies of the CD-ROM proceedings of ACRA, at a cost of Aus$200 each, please email Jonathan Roberts.
ACRA Paper Templates
ACRA welcomes the sponsorship and support of the robotics community. Suggested donation levels include:
- $3,500 – Platinum Sponsor (exclusively limited):
Sponsorship of Best Paper Award. A logo on ACRA website and proceedings, a registration for ACRA, a showcase booth and an optional 30 minute spotlight talk.
- $2,500 – Gold Sponsor:
Sponsorship of Student Travel Award. Plus, a logo on ACRA website and proceedings, a registration for ACRA and a showcase booth.
- $1,000 – Silver Sponsor:
Logo on ACRA website and proceedings and a registration for ACRA.
- $500 – Bronze Sponsor:
Name listing on ACRA website and proceedings and a registration for ACRA.
The ARAA was co-sponsor of the National Conference and Exhibition on Robotics held in Melbourne in August 1984 and was principal sponsor of the “Robots in Australia’s Future” conference in Perth in May 1986. It organised the International Symposium and Exposition on Robots (the 19th ISIR) in Sydney in November 1988 an Australian Bicentennial Activity and the national conference on robotics in Melbourne in June 1990. The Association organised an international conference on “Robots for Competitive Industries” in Brisbane in 1993, a national conference on “Robots for Australian Industries” in Melbourne in 1995, and the International Conference on Field and Service Robotics in Canberra in 1997.
Field and Service Robotics (FSR) Conferences
The ARAA was co-sponsor of the International Conference on Field and Service Robotics in Canberra in 1997 and in Port Douglas in 2005.
2005, Port Douglas, Queensland
2013, Brisbane, Queensland