| Jan. 2016 || I have conducted the presentation at IEICE technical comittee MoNA (Oita, Japan).
| Feb. 2017 || Co-authored paper have been presented at IPSJ SIG-ITS (Hokkaido, Japan).
|Doctor's Course of Graduate School of Info. and Sci. Tech., Osaka University || 2015 April – Present
|Master's Cource of Graduate School of Info. and Sci. Tech., Osaka University || 2011 April – 2015 March
|Bachelor of Department of Information and Computer Sciences, Osaka University || 2007 April – 2011 March
Interest: Intelligent Transportation Systems, ITS
Research 1: A Study on Cooperative Vehicle Awareness Using Vehicle-to-vehicle Communication
In this reseach, I propose a cooperative awareness method in which multiple vehicles coopera- tively calibrate their positions and recognize neighboring vehicles. In the proposed method, only limited vehicles are equipped with GPS receivers, DSRC devices and vehicle detection devices such as all directional sensors or cameras, and these vehicles share their positions from GPS signals or relative positions calculated by observation among equipped vehicles. Then, the proposed method aims that each equipped vehicle recognizes its neighboring vehicles including indirect neighbors by combining various pieces of position information with different degrees of accuracy. The simulation experiment have revealed that about 60% of neighboring vehicles located within a 500 m radius of own position are recognized within 2.0 m errors in the environment that the penetration rate is even 30%.
Research 2: Safe Driving Support System Based on Cooperative Vehicle Awareness
In recent years, several advanced safety techniques have been put to practical use for supporting safe driving, ASV (Advanced Safety Vehicle) can detect the presence of surrounding vehicles and pedestrians autonomously. On the other hand, cooperative techniques such as cooperative vehicle-to- vehicle awareness have attracted a lot of attentions in the field of ITS. In this paper, we propose a method for identifying positional relationship of vehicle groups. In the proposed method, connected vehicles share surrounding vehicles’ positions detected by installed range sensors via inter-vehicle communication. By composing those pieces of information into a single view, each connected vehicle can recognize the vehicle group ahead, which cannot be recognized standalone. By utilizing the distance information from two different information sources and executing the matching process, the correct positional relationship among neighboring vehicles can obtain. We have conducted a simulation-based experiment using two types of data to evaluate the effectiveness of the approach, and we have confirmed to achieve the correct identification with high probability by using shared velocity information.
Journal (in Japanese)
情報処理学会論文誌, Vol.56, No.11, pp.2092‒2105, 2015
A Method for Identifying Laser-tracked Vehicles Using Velocity Data from V2V Messages,
Proc. of MOBIQUITOUS 2016: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems: Computing, Networking and Services , Nov. 2016
A Study on Identification of Laser-tracked Vehicles Using V2V-based Velocity Information,
Proc. of SmartVehicles2016: The 3rd International Workshop on Smart Vehicles: Connectivity Technologies and ITS Applications, June 2016
Domestic Conference Proceedings (in Japanese)
情報処理学会 第68回 高度交通システムとスマートコミュニティ(ITS)研究会, Vol.2016‒ITS‒68, No.3, pp.1‒8, 2017年2月
電子情報通信学会 モバイルネットワークとアプリケーション (MoNA) 研究会, 信学技報, Vol.116, No.406, MoNA2016-30, pp.7‒12, 2017年1月
第24回マルチメディア通信と分散処理ワークショップ論文集 (DPSWS2016), Vol.2016, pp.31‒39, 2016年10月
電子情報通信学会 モバイルネットワークとアプリケーション (MoNA) 研究会, 信学技報, Vol.115, No.436, MoNA2015-55, pp.85‒90, 2016年1月
2015年度 情報処理学会関西支部 支部大会, E‒18, pp.1‒8, 2015年9月
情報処理学会 第49回 高度交通システム (ITS) 研究会,Vol.2012‒ITS‒49, No.5, pp.1‒7, 2012年6月
|Student Member of Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ) || 2014 April – Present
|Research Assistant of Graduate School of Info. and Sci. Tech., Osaka University || 2015 April – Present
|Exhibition Staff of CPS-IIP project in CEATEC JAPAN 2016 || 2016 Oct.
||A502, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University,
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||Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University [web]
||Mobile Computing Laboratory (Higashino Lab.) [web]