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NS, RCS
(Joint)
2020-12-18
15:00
Online Online Environment-Adaptive Relay Method using Vehicle Communications for Emergency Notification
Yuki Kitagawa, Masami Yoshida, Alberto Gallegos Ramonet, taku noguchi (Ritsumeikan Univ.) NS2020-104
Emergency Vehicles (EV) such as ambulances are required to arrive at the accident scene as soon as possible. In recent y... [more] NS2020-104
pp.91-96
RCS, SAT
(Joint)
2019-08-23
13:30
Aichi Nagoya University [Invited Lecture] Wireless Networks Using UAV for Emergency Communication Systems during Large-Scale Disasters
Hiraku Okada (Nagoya Univ.) SAT2019-38 RCS2019-167
This presentation focuses on wireless networks using unmanned aerial
vehicles (UAVs) for emergency communication system... [more]
SAT2019-38 RCS2019-167
pp.115-118(SAT), pp.113-116(RCS)
SRW 2019-08-19
13:20
Aichi Tanzan University [Invited Talk] Drone Wireless Mesh Networks for Emergency Communication Systems during Large-Scale Disasters
Hiraku Okada (Nagoya Univ.) SRW2019-19
This presentation studies wireless mesh networks using drones
for emergency communication systems during large-scale
... [more]
SRW2019-19
pp.35-40
CCS, IN
(Joint)
2019-08-01
15:55
Hokkaido KIKI SHIRETOKO NATURAL RESORT [Invited Talk] Drone/Balloon Wireless Networks for Emergency Communication Systems during Large-Scale Disasters
Hiraku Okada (Nagoya Univ.) CCS2019-19
This presentation studies wireless networks using drones and/or balloons
for emergency communication systems during lar... [more]
CCS2019-19
pp.11-14
SeMI, IPSJ-ITS, IPSJ-MBL, IPSJ-DPS 2019-05-23
09:20
Kagoshima Amami-shi Syakai Fukushi Center A study on the influence of the slope of flying drone on delay characteristics in emergency communication systems during disasters.
Jyo Suzuki, Hiroki Yanai, Hiraku Okada, Kentaro Kobayasi, Masaaki Katayama (Nagoya Univ.) SeMI2019-2
In this paper, we focus on a wireless network using drones as an
emergency communication system during large-scale disa... [more]
SeMI2019-2
pp.7-12
ICTSSL 2018-07-18
09:25
Tokyo NTT Musashino R&D Center The trends of standardization on emergency communications and IP network interface specifications for emergency communications
Muneaki Ogawa (NTT) ICTSSL2018-21
Emergency communications connecting emergency agencies such as police, fire or ambulance are important social infrastruc... [more] ICTSSL2018-21
pp.29-34
ICTSSL 2017-05-29
14:50
Miyagi NEXCO EAST TOHOKU [Memorial Lecture] The trends of standardization on emergency communications and future technical issues
Muneaki Ogawa, Yoshikazu Takahashi (NTT) ICTSSL2017-5
Emergency communication systems of telecommunication carriers are operated as social infrastructure for saving life of p... [more] ICTSSL2017-5
p.25
SR 2017-05-26
10:00
Tokyo Tokyo big sight [Technology Exhibit] Design and Implementation of IoT System for Monitoring Buildings
Kentaro Ukai, Takahiro Yamamoto, Takayuki Kawahara, Takumi Ito, Changhoon Choi, Takashi Nakajima, Yoichiro Hashizume (TUS), Yozo Shoji (NICT), Mikio Hasegawa (TUS) SR2017-20
We have designed and implemented a wireless sensor network system for monitoring damage of buildings. When a natural dis... [more] SR2017-20
pp.119-121
IN, ICTSSL, NWS
(Joint)
2016-10-21
14:20
Osaka Osaka Uinv. An adjustment method of priority channel rates for emergency calls to follow their fluctuations using moving average in the Satellite/Terrestrial Integrated Mobile Communications System
Diwakar Adhikari, kazunori Okada, Amane Miura (NICT) ICTSSL2016-30
The Satellite/Terrestrial Integrated Mobile Communications System [1], in which handy phone terminals can access to the ... [more] ICTSSL2016-30
pp.59-64
CS 2016-07-08
10:50
Okinawa Miyakojima Hirara-kou terminal bldg. Immediate transmission scheme for emergency packets on TDM systems
Daisuke Murayama, Hideya So, Kohei Mizuno, Takashi Shimizu (NTT) CS2016-27
We propose a system concept in which the emergency packets are transmitted immediately when they are input into the tran... [more] CS2016-27
pp.99-104
ICTSSL 2016-06-14
13:50
Miyagi Tohoku University The trends of standardization on emergency communications and future technical issues
Muneaki Ogawa, Yoshikazu Takahashi (NTT) ICTSSL2016-3
Emergency communication systems of telecommunication carriers are operated as social infrastructure for saving life of p... [more] ICTSSL2016-3
pp.11-15
ASN 2014-11-06
11:15
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg A Study on Node Combination of Emergency Wireless Networks for a Large-scale Disaster
Atsushi Mori, Hiraku Okada, Kentaro Kobayashi, Masaaki Katayama (Nagoya Univ.), Kenichi Mase (Niigata Univ.) ASN2014-85
It is very important to ensure communication systems for a large-scale disaster. As an emergency communication system, a... [more] ASN2014-85
pp.19-24
RCC, ASN, NS, RCS, SR
(Joint)
2014-07-30
14:45
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Performance Evaluation of V2V Emergency Vehicle Warning System in Urban Area
Hiroaki Minami, Atsushi Kinoshita, Yumi Takaki, Chikara Ohta, Hisashi Tamaki (Kobe Univ.) ASN2014-43
An emergency vehicle such as an ambulance and a police-car needs to
travel to a destination as quickly as possible. As... [more]
ASN2014-43
pp.19-24
NS, IN
(Joint)
2014-03-07
13:20
Miyazaki Miyazaki Seagia Modeling of Telecommunication during Disasters
Keiju Watanabe, Hitoshi Aida (Univ. of Tokyo) NS2013-266
Call demand suddenly and greatly increases when a disaster strikes, because people want to check on their family and fri... [more] NS2013-266
pp.519-524
SR, AN, USN
(Joint)
2009-10-22
11:50
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Development of Spectrum Sensing System with GNU Radio and USRP to Detect Emergency Radios
Md. Abdur Rahman, Santosh Khadka, Iswandi, Mutsawashe Gahadza, Azril Haniz, Minseok Kim, Jun-ichi Takada (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) SR2009-57
Scarcity of wireless channels leads the researchers to develop opportunistic spectrum usage systems. Spectrum sensing is... [more] SR2009-57
pp.39-44
SR 2009-07-29
13:00
Tokyo Tokyo institute of technology [ポスター展示] Design and Implementation of a Cognitive Radio Based Emergency Sensor Network in Disaster Area
Md. Abdur Rahman, Santosh Khadka, Iswandi, Mutsawashe Gahadza, Azril Haniz, Minseok Kim, Jun-ichi Takada (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) SR2009-27
Emergency communication systems are set to perform efficient rescue operations after disasters. Wireless communications ... [more] SR2009-27
pp.31-36
ITS 2009-05-28
16:15
Kanagawa YRP A Study of the Effects of an Inter-Vehicle Communication System for Emergency Vehicle Operation Assist Systems
Takuya Sato, Tomotaka Nagaosa (Kanto Gakuin Univ.) ITS2009-7
This paper describes a study of the effects of an inter-vehicle communication (IVC) system for emergency vehicle operati... [more] ITS2009-7
pp.37-42
RCS, AP
(Joint)
2007-11-09
10:20
Tokyo Univ. of Electro-Commun. Estimation on the performance of the Emergency Multi-System Access considering the area concentrated base stations in which their functions are stopped in micro cellular networks
Shinya Semba, Kazunori Okada (NICT/The Univ. of Electro-Communicatios), Koichi Gyoda, Hoang Nam Nguyen (NICT) RCS2007-109
When a large scale disaster occurs, people want to check on their families and friends. So, the traffic demand on mobile... [more] RCS2007-109
pp.71-76
SITE 2007-11-02
14:20
Tokyo University of Electro-Communications Study on Emergency Message and Information Services
Kazuo Kamata (Utsunomiya Univ.), Shunichi Yonemura, Masakatsu Aoki (NTT), Akinori Yonekura (Utsunomiya Univ.) SITE2007-41
This report addresses on certain issues for generating and transmitting Japanese sign language (JSL) emergency message s... [more] SITE2007-41
pp.9-14
ISEC, SITE, IPSJ-CSEC 2007-07-19
13:50
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate Technological and Social Studies for Emergency Message Services
Shunichi Yonemura (NTT), Kazuo Kamata (Utsunomiya Univ.), Masakatsu Aoki (NTT), Akinori Yonekura (Utsunomiya Univ.) ISEC2007-26 SITE2007-20
This report addresses designing emergency information transmission services that are necessary for avoiding and decreasi... [more] ISEC2007-26 SITE2007-20
pp.71-78
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