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Volume 62 , Issue 2
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  • Masao KUWAHARA
    Volume 62 (2010) Issue 2 Pages 125-127
    Released: April 20, 2010
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        Advanced Mobility Research Centre has been established in April 2009 to promote fruitful social life by means of mobility improvement using ITS technology. This manuscript introduces the vision and mission of the centre : (1) needs oriented research and its utilization, (2) training engineers and scientists to have broad fundamental knowledge on ITS and (3) regional and international collaboration. [This abstract is not included in the PDF]
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  • Hiroyuki WATANABE
    Volume 62 (2010) Issue 2 Pages 129-132
    Released: April 20, 2010
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        The present when 100 years or more passed since a gasoline car was invented, this paper gives an outline about a problem and a technique of the car society. As car energy, the car is advancing toward the direction to EV and electric HV. And not only the energy efficiency of car unit improvement but also the infrastructure maintenance and the introduction of ITS are indispensable. Intentional unification is necessary to cause innovation, I hope it for activity of Advanced Mobility Research Center, the University of Tokyo. [This abstract is not included in the PDF]
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  • Toshihisa TANAKA
    Volume 62 (2010) Issue 2 Pages 133-135
    Released: April 20, 2010
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        Direction of next generation ITS is realization of the vigorous and attractive urban development by ITS Smart Town which generates new industries and informatization. ITS is a wide field of social changes where there are innovative technology progress of IT, change of social needs and generation of new industries. Japan is world-leading ITS state. It must maintain its position as world-leading ITS state. It would appear that implementation of industry-government-academia joint researches, return the results of them to society and promotion of ITS business in collaboration with private companies are future roles of Advanced Mobility Research Center. [This abstract is not included in the PDF]
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  • Yoshihiro SUDA
    Volume 62 (2010) Issue 2 Pages 136-138
    Released: April 20, 2010
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        I have approached studies that enhance the appeal of transportation systems with the view point of speed-up and improvement of convenience or comfort from the standpoint of vehicle engineering. From establishment of Collaborative Research Center for Advanced Mobility, the predecessor of Advanced Mobility Research Center (ITS Center), I am engaged on studies on interaction with infrastructure. Recently, I am interested in the grand-design of transportation system and the modal-mix.
    In this paper, studies on automobile technologies with use of Intelligent Transportation Systems, railway vehicles that can run in curves smoothly, Personal Mobility Vehicle, etc. which the author is now being engaged on are introduced. [This abstract is not included in the PDF]
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  • Takahiro SUZUKI
    Volume 62 (2010) Issue 2 Pages 139-140
    Released: April 20, 2010
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        In the ITS next stage, complicated traffic condition, where number of cars interact each other and make conflicts, should be a significant subject in driver assistance and traffic control. In Suzuki Lab, research works on human driver models in complicated mixture traffic condition using integrated simulator environment in our ITS center are to be considered. In reproduction of mixture traffic flow, simulation accuracy is simultaneously validated from macroscopic and microscopic viewpoints in order to realize a multi-scale virtual experimental environment. Using such virtual experimental environment, several research developments are proposed such that human driver behaviors are simultaneously evaluated by various measures of safety, smoothness and ecology and effectiveness of driver assistance based on classification of driver characteristics is analyzed. [This abstract is not included in the PDF]
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  • Shinji TANAKA
    Volume 62 (2010) Issue 2 Pages 141-142
    Released: April 20, 2010
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        Dynamic methodology considering time evolution is essential in traffic analysis since the phenomena vary along the time progress. And it is also needed not only constructing new infrastructure but also utilizing existing assets due to the recent social and economical situation. ITS has a great possibility to manage the transportation system in these aspects. In this paper, recent research activities in Advanced Mobility Research Center are introduced and the possibility of traffic operation and management using ITS is discussed. [This abstract is not included in the PDF]
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  • Katsushi IKEUCHI
    Volume 62 (2010) Issue 2 Pages 143-144
    Released: April 20, 2010
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        What should by done in information engineering for realizing livable society with smooth flow of people and vehicles is to construct 90%-intelligent system and to construct information space by which a person can make a final 10% decision smoothly. The “virtual urban space” is one of its embodiments in intelligent transport systems. The virtual urban space is constructed by correcting static information as building structures and dynamic information as activities of humans and vehicles, and by combining technologies on visualization, prediction, searching and network communication, on which various applications can be created. [This abstract is not included in the PDF]
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  • Katsushi IKEUCHI, Shuetsu SHIBUYA, Shinji IDE, Terunobu YAMAUCHI, Tada ...
    Volume 62 (2010) Issue 2 Pages 145-150
    Released: April 20, 2010
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        Advanced Mobility Research Center (ITS Center), Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo was established in April, 2009. In celebration of its establishment, the memorial symposium was held on 11th June, 2009. In the symposium, the panel discussion “Necessary Research Development and Human Resource Development on ITS from Now %ndash;Expectation for Advanced Mobility Research Center–” was presented with panelists who were invited from ministries relation to ITS. In the panel discussion, panelists introduced their approaches to ITS in each ministry first. Panelists, the chairman and audience discussed necessary approaches on ITS in the university through above introductions. [This abstract is not included in the PDF]
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