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CAS, CS 2022-03-04
10:30
Online Online Automatic Path Following Control and Experimental Verification for Mobile Robots Based on Just-In-Time Modeling
Shoichi Miyagaitsu, Tatsuya Kai (Tokyo Univ. of Science) CAS2021-89 CS2021-91
The purpose of this study is to develop a new data-driven control method based on just-in-time modeling for the automati... [more] CAS2021-89 CS2021-91
pp.81-86
SeMI 2021-01-20
13:00
Online Online Swarm Mobility Control for Searching Targets over Unknown Environments
Kengo Ieshima, Hiroyuki Yomo, Yasuhisa Takizawa (Kansai Univ.) SeMI2020-43
In mobile sensing, which conducts sensing operations by installing a sensor on an autonomous mobile robot, the position ... [more] SeMI2020-43
pp.1-6
HCS 2020-08-22
14:00
Online Online A Proposal of Mobile Robot Operation Method Considering Coincidence between Operation Direction and Heading Direction
Ryota Shibusawa, Mutsuhiro Nakashige (DIT) HCS2020-35
In this study, in order to develop a robot soccer game for children and elderly people to play together and to increase ... [more] HCS2020-35
pp.83-88
NS, IN
(Joint)
2020-03-06
10:40
Okinawa Royal Hotel Okinawa Zanpa-Misaki
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
A study of wide-area distributed IoT network system
Akira Tanaka (NIT, Tokyo College), Mitsuru Maruyama (KAIT), Shigeo Urushidani (NII) NS2019-229
Various devices and equipment have connectibility with telecommunication, mobile networks, internet and local industrial... [more] NS2019-229
pp.289-294
SRW, SeMI, CNR
(Joint)
2019-11-06
11:10
Tokyo Kozo Keisaku Engineering Inc. High-precision localization of mobile robots by an external stereo camera in combination with projective transformation
Shinya Yasuda, Taichi Kumagai, Hiroshi Yoshida (NEC) CNR2019-22
We have developed a precisely localization of a mobile robot by an external stereo camera that is installed on the ceili... [more] CNR2019-22
pp.33-38
NLP 2019-09-24
15:10
Kochi Eikokuji Campus, University of Kochi Effects of addition/deletion of robots on formation with reaction-diffusion dynamics
Juntaro Nomoto, Keiji Konishi, Naoyuki Hara (Osaka Prefecture Univ.) NLP2019-61
Our previous report provided formation control based on reaction-diffusion dynamics for swarm robotics [Nomoto $et~al.$,... [more] NLP2019-61
pp.133-138
SeMI, RCS, NS, SR, RCC
(Joint)
2019-07-11
10:40
Osaka I-Site Nanba(Osaka) [Poster Presentation] Mobility Control with Swarm Intelligence Searching for Sensing Targets
Kengo Ieshima, Eiji Nii, Hiroyuki Yomo, Yasuhisa Takizawa (Kansai Univ.) RCC2019-32 NS2019-68 RCS2019-125 SR2019-44 SeMI2019-41
In mobile sensing where autonomous mobile robots equipped with sensors perform sensing operations over a sensing field, ... [more] RCC2019-32 NS2019-68 RCS2019-125 SR2019-44 SeMI2019-41
pp.107-112(RCC), pp.133-138(NS), pp.129-134(RCS), pp.139-144(SR), pp.121-126(SeMI)
PRMU, CNR 2019-02-28
16:20
Tokushima   A localization method of robots for cooperative conveyance by wireless-networked control
Shinya Yasuda, Taichi Kumagai, Hiroshi Yoshida (NEC) PRMU2018-120 CNR2018-43
We have developed a prototype of a conveyance robot system in which two robots convey a wagon cooperatively. The robots ... [more] PRMU2018-120 CNR2018-43
pp.31-36
WIT, ASJ-H 2019-02-08
09:25
Ehime Ehime Univ. Class participating assistant system based on avatar robot
Yeonkyung Eom, Keiki Wada (Ehime Univ.), Satoru Shibata (Ehime Univ,), Tomonori Karita (Ehime Univ.) WIT2018-58
For the children and students who are under care of hospitals or welfare facilities and cannot present at school, a syst... [more] WIT2018-58
pp.49-52
CAS, NLP 2018-10-18
11:50
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. An experimental setup for coupled-oscillators-based formation control of two-wheeled mobile robots
Takumi Yamazaki (NIT, Nara College), Takafumi Fujii, Keiji Konishi (Osaka Prefecture Univ.), Masahiro Ohtani (NIT, Nara College), Naoyuki Hara (Osaka Prefecture Univ.) CAS2018-41 NLP2018-76
This report deals with an experimental setup for coupled-oscillators-based formation control of two-wheeled mobile robot... [more] CAS2018-41 NLP2018-76
pp.25-30
IN, CCS
(Joint)
2018-08-01
16:25
Hokkaido Kitayuzawa Mori-no-Soraniwa Experimental realization of wireless remote control of a robot using environment sensors
Shinya Yasuda (NEC), Yuichi Ohsita (Osaka Univ.), Taichi Kumagai, Hiroshi Yoshida, Kozo Satoda (NEC), Masayuki Murata (Osaka Univ.) IN2018-15
In the present paper, we report a result of an experiment of remote control of a mobile robot by using an environment se... [more] IN2018-15
pp.15-20
NS, IN
(Joint)
2018-03-01
10:30
Miyazaki Phoenix Seagaia Resort Dynamic optimization of a remote control cycle for better responsiveness
Shinya Yasuda, Hiroshi Yoshida (NEC) IN2017-105
Recently, more and more numbers of industrial robots have been connected to the Internet as Internet of Things (IoT) app... [more] IN2017-105
pp.93-98
NS, IN
(Joint)
2018-03-02
14:40
Miyazaki Phoenix Seagaia Resort A study of perceptual IoT with local mesh networks and VPN
Akira Tanaka (NIT, Tokyo College), Mitsuru Maruyama (KAIT), Shigeo Urushidani (NII) NS2017-232
Autonomous control for robots, drones and various industrial machines acting around us may utilize mass environmental an... [more] NS2017-232
pp.363-368
WIT, HI-SIGACI 2017-12-06
15:15
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Error reduction using a particle filter for visible light communication based mobile robot control
Mamoru Sasaki (Niigata Univ), Yohei Nakazawa (Gakushuin Univ), Kentaro Nishimori, Yoshinobu Maeda, Hideo Makino (Niigata Univ) WIT2017-54
Self-location/positioning capabilities are central to indoor mobile robot control. The present work considers the use of... [more] WIT2017-54
pp.53-58
SSS 2016-10-25
16:30
Tokyo   Levels of automation and hazard-control systems for mobile robots
Yoshinobu Sato (JACO) SSS2016-25
The present paper classifies the level of automation into five automation levels (ALs) for mobile robots, based on the s... [more] SSS2016-25
pp.21-26
AI 2016-06-27
10:40
Tokyo   Locomotive Control of Omnidirectional Wheelchair Robot Using Electromyograph Sensor
Yoichiro Maeda (IOT), Shoji Ishibashi (UH) AI2016-2
In recent years, the research and development of nursing and welfare robots, devices and systems intended for people wit... [more] AI2016-2
pp.7-12
IE, IMQ, MVE, CQ
(Joint) [detail]
2016-03-07
13:00
Okinawa   Cooperative Mobility Improving Link Aggregation Performance in Multiple Robots with WLAN
Hidemasa Komatsubara (Tokyo Tech), Tutomu Murase (NU), Kazuyuki Sasajima (Tokyo Tech) CQ2015-119
This paper analyzes and evaluates of communication quality of a cooperative robot system where the robots have both wire... [more] CQ2015-119
pp.67-72
NLP, CCS 2015-06-12
09:25
Tokyo Waseda Univerisity Toward Implementation of the labyrinth exploration by the intelligent mobile robots
Jun Ishihara, Kunihiko Mitsubori (Takushoku Univ.) NLP2015-55 CCS2015-17
A purpose of this study is to explore the labyrinth by the real mobile robots. Each robot has the sensors to collect the... [more] NLP2015-55 CCS2015-17
pp.97-102
RCS, IN
(Joint)
2013-05-16
11:10
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Proposal and implementation of controlled sink mobility using potential fields in wireless sensor networks
Yuuki Fujita, Shinya Toyonaga, Daichi Kominami, Masayuki Murata (Osaka Univ.) IN2013-13
In recent years, many studies have been conducted on incorporating mobile sinks into sensor networks
and controlling th... [more]
IN2013-13
pp.7-12
OCS, CS
(Joint)
2013-01-25
14:10
Ehime Ehime Univ. Cooperative transmission scheme for downlinks of cellular visible light communication systems with intensity modulation
Shun Asakura, Kentaro Kobayashi, Hiraku Okada, Masaaki Katayama (Nagoya Univ.) OCS2012-96
We consider an indoor visible light communication for controlling mobile robots,which uses a cellular system in order to... [more] OCS2012-96
pp.65-69
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