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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
BCT, KYUSHU, IEEE-BT, IEEE-AP-S-FUKUOKA 2020-01-23
16:20
Kagoshima   [Special Talk] Intelligent Robot & AI Technology for Pioneering Our Future
Mutsumi Watanabe (Kagoshima Univ.)
The lecturer introduces the history of artificial intelligence (AI) and intelligent robots which the lecturer have devel... [more] BCT2020-9
pp.29-36
HI, IEICE-MVE 2018-06-15
15:40
Tokyo FUKUTAKE Learning Theater, Fukutake Hall, The University of Tokyo Embedding Signals for Robot-Video Communication Using Inaudible Frequency Sounds
Saho Yamaguchi, Changyo Han, Takeshi Naemura (UTokyo)
Video viewing experience can be enriched by using a robot as a moving input/output interface. While approaches for integ... [more]
3DMT, IDY, IST [detail] 2017-11-30
13:40
Kanagawa   [Invited Talk] VR research and applicationof CHUKYO TV
Tetsuya Kawamoto (CTV)
CHUKYO TV. BROADCASTING has been doing various efforts applying three-dimensional video and virtual reality technology 2... [more] IST2017-70 IDY2017-49 3DIT2017-40
pp.3-10
ME 2014-02-22
14:30
Kanagawa Kanto Gakuin Univ. Autonomous Mobile Robot Selecting Optimum Path Based on Safe Speed Control Considering Blind Area of Vision Sensors
Tsubasa Kurosaka, Masahide Kaneko (UEC)
This paper proposes a speed control method to move an autonomous mobile robot safely under the environment where blind a... [more] ME2014-38
pp.37-40
ME 2013-02-16
12:00
Kanagawa Kanto Gakuin Univ. Path routing of mobile robot with speed control considering blind area of vision sensors
Shuhei Tomita, Keita Takahashi, Masahide Kaneko (UEC)
Mobile robots must be aware of the surrounding environment by the sensor. The robot cannot avoid a collision with a walk... [more] ME2013-14
pp.51-54
IEICE-ITS, IEICE-IE, AIT, HI, ME [detail] 2011-02-21
- 2011-02-22
Hokkaido Hokkaido University Enhancement of Positional Precision for View Based Navigation Using SURF Descriptors
Yoshinobu Hagiwara, Hiroki Imamura, Choi Yongwoon, Kazuhiro Watanabe (Soka Univ.)
In this paper, we propose a reliable method for view-based navigation of mobile robots fully improved in positional accu... [more]
ME 2009-02-28
11:00
Kanagawa Kanto Gakuin Univ. Recognition of Dynamically Changing Environment by Autonomous Mobile Robot
Akihisa Ito, Jun-ichi Imai, Masahide Kaneko (UEC)
Mobile robots are required to recognize dynamically changing environments to avoid collisions with walkers. Distance inf... [more] ME2008-57
pp.21-24
ME, IEICE-BS 2008-12-18
13:25
Niigata Niigata Univ. Functionally layered coding for robot to robot communication
Hideki Taguchi, Masahiro Iwahashi, Tetsuya Kimura (Nagaoka Univ. of Technology)
In this report, we propose a new video communication method for the robot vision network in which video signals are shar... [more]
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