It is our pleasure and honour to welcome you to the 13th International Conference on Industrial Informatics (INDIN), sponsored by IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and Anglia Ruskin University and held in Cambridge, between 22-24 July 2015. The INDIN Conference is co-organised by Anglia Ruskin University and IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and technically co-sponsored by the Institute of Engineering and Technology. The purpose of the IEEE INDIN international conference is to provide a forum for presentation and discussion of the state-of-art and future perspectives of industrial information technologies. Industry experts, researchers and academics are gathering together to share ideas and experiences surrounding frontier technologies, breakthroughs, innovative solutions, research results, as well as initiatives related to industrial informatics and their applications. This is the 13th edition of the conference, with most recent previous editions being hosted as follows: Vienna, Austria (2007), Daejeon, Korea (2008), Cardiff, UK (2009), Osaka, Japan (2010), Lisbon, Portugal (2011), Beijing, China (2012), Bochum, Germany (2013) and Porto Algere, Brazil (2014). We gratefully praise and acknowledge the hard work and dedication of the technical committee, including many officers and volunteers of IEEE, as well as the invaluable contribution from the track chairs and reviewers, who are all working hard to make this conference possible. A range of companies are supporting the conference and the local organising committee consists of members of universities and industry in the UK, as well as many student volunteers. We express our gratitude for their enthusiastic, hard and excellent work. Together with the sponsor and technical co-sponsors, we welcome you to the conference with wonderful surroundings, interesting menus and well equipped rooms, to complement an interesting and attractive technical programme and two keynote plenary sessions from prestigious speakers, including Professor Duncan McFarlane from the University of Cambridge and Professor William Webb, President-Elect of the IET and CEO of Weightless SIG. Cambridge is a vibrant city, particularly famous for its beautiful university colleges, as well as its libraries, churches and of course punting on the River Cam. Robinson College is set in several acres of attractive wooded gardens, yet only a few minutes' walk from the city centre. We are confident that you will enjoy the conference and venue, where you will meet old friends and colleagues, find new ones and attend many high-quality technical activities as well as very enjoyable social ones. All conference committees and volunteers have been working hard and will keep doing their best to make INDIN 2015 a remarkable and unforgettable event.

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