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WIT 2021-06-01
Online Online Basic study of a human interaction model for customer service in the aviation service field
Manabu Chikai, Nana Itoh, Tazu Mizunami, Hiroshi Endo, Hiroyasu Ujike, Sunao Iwaki (AIST), Tadakatsu Yamaguchi, Rintaro Sohara, Miho Sobukawa, Kohei Endo, Yukiko Torii, Chihiro Nagura (ANA), Hiroshi Sato (AIST) WIT2021-3
The purpose of this study is to construct a human-to-human interaction model between a customer and a staff in the aviat... [more] WIT2021-3
WIT 2021-06-01
Online Online Toward Non-Invasive examination of Swallowing Function during Sleep
Nobuyuki Ohmori (Nagano Pref. General Industrial Technology Center), Yoshito Koyama, Hiroshi Kurita (Shinshu Univ), Miyako Nishimura, Hideya Momose (SKINOS), Manabu Chikai, Hiroshi Endo, Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2021-5
We have been conducting research aiming to maintain a healthy and independent life by meal assistive technology. The aim... [more] WIT2021-5
WIT 2020-06-12
Online Online Study of Plantar Tactile Sensory Threshold for Older Person
Manabu Chikai (AIST), Daisuke Nishio, Tetsumi Honda (Hannou-seiwa Hospital), Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2020-4
The purpose of this study is to develop a tactile sensory measurement system, consisted by a small precision automatic s... [more] WIT2020-4
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2019-03-10
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology Development of a wireless tactile measurement application and its usage in foot sensory examination
Yoshihiro Nomura (Univ. of Tsukuba/AIST), Manabu Chikai (AIST), Kouki Doi (NISE), Kiyohiko Nunokawa (TIU/Univ. of Tsukuba), Noriyo Takahashi (Tokuyukai Rehabilitation Clinic), Shuichi Ino (AIST/Univ. of Tsukuba) WIT2018-85
In this study, a novel wireless tactile measurement application is proposed that can perform early detection of decrease... [more] WIT2018-85
WIT, HI-SIGACI 2018-12-05
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Effect of standing versus sitting posture for a foot plantar sensitivity to lateral skin stretch
Yoshihiro Nomura (Univ. of Tsukuba/AIST), Manabu Chikai (AIST), Kouki Doi (NISE), Kiyohiko Nunokawa (TIU/Univ. of Tsukuba), Noriyo Takahashi (Tokuyukai Rehabilitation Clinic), Shuichi Ino (AIST/Univ. of Tsukuba) WIT2018-38
The purpose of this study is to develop a new tactile sensory measurement device capable for early detection of decrease... [more] WIT2018-38
WIT 2018-08-09
Nagano   Influence on electromyography electrode waveform due to difference in swallowing condition of food
Tomoki Sawano, Seiichi Watanabe (NIT, Nagano Coll.), Nobuyuki Ohmori (Nagano PGITC), Hideya Momose (Skinos Nagano), Hiroshi Endo, Manabu Chikai, Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2018-17
We measured the muscle activity during swallowing of food using sheet type electromyography electrodes. During these mea... [more] WIT2018-17
WIT 2017-08-29
Akita Faculty of Engineering Science, Akita Univ. A pilot study of compact metal hydride actuator for a disaster rescue operation
Minako Hosono, Kouji Sakaki, Manabu Chikai (AIST), Shigenobu Shimada (TIRI), Kouki Doi (NISE), Yumiko Nakamura, Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2017-23
Rescue operations often need to be done by disaster victims themselves due to delay in arrival of public rescue teams, h... [more] WIT2017-23
WIT, ASJ-H 2017-05-27
Tokyo RION Co., LTD. Examination on the Swallowing Signal of the Thickened Water Using an Acoustic-Emission Microphone
Manabu Chikai, Yoshikazu Seki, Kenta Kimura, Hiroshi Endo (AIST), Nobuyuki Ohmori (Nagano Prefecture General Industrial Technology Center), Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2017-1
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the swallowing functions of people with dysphagia using an acoustic microphone ... [more] WIT2017-1
WIT, ASJ-H 2017-02-11
Ehime Ehime Univ. The influence of a manner to hold a white cane on object's weight perception
Kiyohiko Nunokawa (TIU), Manabu Chikai (AIST), Kouki Doi (NISE), Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2016-72
(To be available after the conference date) [more] WIT2016-72
WIT, HI-SIGACI 2015-12-08
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Measurement of the Head Movement during Sit-to-stand Motion of Toilet Seat
Manabu Chikai (AIST), Emi Ozawa (Showa Inan General Hospital), Kouki Doi (NISE), Shigenobu Shimada (TIRI), Chikamune Wada (KIT), Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2015-73
The aim of our study is to develop a new assistance system using a metal hydride actuator during sit-to-stand movement i... [more] WIT2015-73
WIT 2015-08-25
Nagano Shinshu University Faculty of Engineering Influence of conjunction on judging hardness of an object by a white cane
Kiyohiko Nunokawa (TIU), Kouki Doi (NISE), Manabu Chikai, Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2015-42
White canes are either straight and long, or collapsible. Both types consist of a grip at the top, a shaft, and a tip at... [more] WIT2015-42
WIT 2015-08-26
Nagano Shinshu University Faculty of Engineering Effect for Quality Improvement of Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing Using a Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging System for the Bladder
Emi Ozawa, Hirohumi Ymaguti (Showa inan), Manabu Chikai, Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2015-44
In our hospital, inpatients of the elderly people exceed 60 %, and we make the excretion care for the importance on thei... [more] WIT2015-44
WIT, ASJ-H 2015-02-13
Ehime Ehime University, Johoku Campus An Experimental Study on Variability of Sensory Testing with the Semmes-Weinstein Monofilaments
Manabu Chikai (AIST), Emi Ozawa (Showa Inan General Hospital), Noriyo Takahashi (Tokuyukai Rehabilitation Clinic), Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2014-75
The Semmes-Weinstein monofilaments (SWMs) are used by medical staff in sensory testing. However, this test influence by ... [more] WIT2014-75
WIT 2014-09-13
Hyogo Kobe Univ. Kusunoki Campus An analysis of the sounds created by tapping a white cane for judging hardness of an object
Kiyohiko Nunokawa (Tokyo International Univ.), Yoshikazu Seki, Manabu Chikai (AIST), Kouki Doi (NISE), Shuichi Ino (AIST) WIT2014-26
This experimental study examined the ability of people to perceive the hardness of an object solely through the tapping ... [more] WIT2014-26
SP, WIT, ASJ-H 2014-06-19
Ishikawa   Design of a Touch Display by Tactile Sensory Evaluation Using Onomatopoeic Words.
Manabu Chikai (AIST), Hitoshi Miyake (Nagaoka Univ. of Tech.), Shuichi Ino (AIST) SP2014-48 WIT2014-3
This paper shows that the design of a touch display. Thirty human volunteers were instructed to touch twenty sample obje... [more] SP2014-48 WIT2014-3
WIT 2013-08-29
Hokkaido Graduate School of Information Science and Technology Bldg. Development of a Plantar Cutaneous Sensation Display and Sensory Evaluation
Manabu Chikai (AIST/NUT), Shuichi Ino (AIST), Noriyo Takahashi (Tokuyukai Rehabilitation Clinic), Tadasuke Onishi (Showa Inan General Hospital), Mitsuru Sato (SU), Kiyohiko Nunokawa (TIU), Kouki Doi (NISE), Shinichi Yoshimura (Asuka Electric Co., Inc.) WIT2013-24
The purpose of this study is to develop a plantar cutaneous stimulator and to evaluate the stretch sense threshold of pl... [more] WIT2013-24
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