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SeMI, IPSJ-MBL, IPSJ-UBI 2020-03-03
13:40
Online Online An Emergency Communication System Using Drones for Large-Scale Disaster -- An Study on Flight Model Using Estimation of Drones' Positional Distribution --
Hiroki Yanai, Hiraku Okada, Kentaro Kobayashi, Masaaki Katayama (Nagoya Univ.) SeMI2019-138
For large-scale disasters, it is important to secure communications to confirm safety and disaster situation. However, c... [more] SeMI2019-138
pp.275-280
SeMI 2020-01-31
10:00
Kagawa   [Poster Presentation] Disaster Aid Station Management System with Data Exchange Support for Collaborative Activities
Shugo Kajita, Edgar Marko Trono, Gemalyn Abrajano, Jovilyn Fajardo, Taka Maeno (Space-Time Engineering Japan, Inc.) SeMI2019-108
In the event of a large scale disaster such as the Nankai Trough Earthquake, wide-area medical rescue activities will be... [more] SeMI2019-108
pp.45-46
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
ASN 2019-01-29
13:00
Kagoshima Kyuukamura Ibusuki An emergency communication system using drones for large-scale disaster -- Delay characteristic evaluation considering movement to a maintenance point for battery exchange --
Hiroki Yanai, Hiraku Okada, Kentaro Kobayashi, Masaaki Katayama (Nagoya Univ.) ASN2018-91
For large-scale disasters, it is important to secure communications to confirm safety and disaster situation. However, c... [more] ASN2018-91
pp.71-76
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)

Mie Sinfonia Technology Hibiki Hall Ise Basic Study on Information Sharing System for Gathering Damage Situation in Large Scale Disaster
Megumi Yasuo, Shigeo Kitamura, Mitsunori Matsushita (Kansai Univ.)
This research aims to share information on damaged places quickly in the case of occurring large-scale disasters such as... [more]
ASN, ICTSSL 2018-05-15
09:30
Hiroshima Hiroshima City Univ. An Emergency Communication System Using Drones for Large-Scale Disaster -- Delay Characteristic Evaluation Considering a Break and its Timing due to Battery Exhaustion of Drones --
Hiroki Yanai, Hiraku Okada, Kentaro Kobayashi, Masaaki Katayama (Nagoya Univ.) ICTSSL2018-8 ASN2018-8
For large-scale disaster, it is important to secure communications to confirm safety and disaster situation. However, co... [more] ICTSSL2018-8 ASN2018-8
pp.41-46
CQ
(2nd)
2017-10-16
16:15
Fukuoka Nishijin Plaza, Kyushu Univ. [Poster Presentation] An emergency communication system using drones for large-scale disaster -- Delay characteristic evaluation considering a break due to battery exhaustion of drones --
Yanai Hiroki, Okada Hiraku, Maejima Yuto, Kobayashi Kentaro, Katayama Masaaki (Nagoya Univ.)
For large-scale disaster, it is important to secure communication to confirm safety and disaster situation. However, com... [more]
IN 2017-06-16
09:00
Fukushima Roudou-Fukushi-Kaikan (Koriyama) [Invited Talk] Technologies of highly reliable networks to keep connecting
Kiyoshi Ueda (NU) IN2017-15
It is difficult to predict the large-scale disaster such as the Great East Japan Earthquake. In addition, a situation ca... [more] IN2017-15
pp.33-36
ASN 2017-05-25
10:25
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. (Institute of Industrial Science) A Study on Flight Models for Emergency Communication Networks Using UAV
Yuto Maejima, Hiraku Okada (Nagoya Univ.), Kenichi Mase (Niigata Univ.), Kentaro Kobayashi, Masaaki Katayama (Nagoya Univ.) ASN2017-2
In this paper, we focus on a wireless relay network using unmanned
aerial vehicles (UAVs) as an emergency communication... [more]
ASN2017-2
pp.7-12
CQ
(2nd)
2016-10-06
13:20
Nagano Naganoken Nokyo Building [Poster Presentation] Modeling and Analysis of Mobile Network Survivability During Large-Scale Natural Disasters
Lei Zhong, Yusheng Ji (NII), Kiyoshi Takano (UTokyo), Shigeki Yamada (NII)
Survivability of mobile networks has been a fundamental concern for network design and operation, especially in hazard-p... [more]
ICTSSL 2016-06-15
10:25
Miyagi Tohoku University Comparative Survey of Communication Relaying Tools for Disaster Mitigation
Daisuke Tamakoshi (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), Kao Ito (Yokohama National Univ.), Tetsuya Sugata (Univ.Tokyo), Daichi Nakajima (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Tech.), Aiki Iwasaki (Kanagawa Univ.), Kenji Makabe (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), Keiko Shimazu (Advanced Inst. of Industrial Tech.) ICTSSL2016-11
The search and rescue are the most important mitigation methodology at giant disaster. We must start the rescue immediat... [more] ICTSSL2016-11
pp.57-61
NS 2015-04-16
13:25
Gifu Hida-jibasan Evaluation of Network Configuration Architecture for Fast Path Recovery from Large Scale Failure in Backbone Networks
Hiroshi Yamamoto, Shohei Kamamura, Kouichi Genda (NTT), Yuki Koizumi, Shin'ichi Arakawa, Masayuki Murata (Osaka Univ.) NS2015-2
Telecommunication services are required to continue serving even after a large-scale failure caused by a disaster. It is... [more] NS2015-2
pp.7-12
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
SR 2014-10-30
13:00
Overseas I2R, Singapore [Technology Exhibit] Multi-Mode Portable SDR VSAT for Disaster-Resilient Wireless Networks
Suguru Kameda (Tohoku Univ.), Hiroshi Oguma (NIT, Toyama College), Mitsuru Sasanuma (SKY Perfect JSAT), Shigeru Eguchi (ISB), Komei Kuroda (Cyber Creative Institute), Noriharu Suematsu (Tohoku Univ.) SR2014-69
As a result of the great east Japan earthquake in March 2011, the importance of secure satellite communication such as v... [more] SR2014-69
pp.51-52
SAT, RCS
(Joint)
2014-08-19
17:05
Kochi Kochi City Cultura-Plaza CUL-PORT [Invited Talk] Satellite Communication Networks Valid for Disaster Recovery: Development and Field Trial of Multi-Mode SDR VSAT
Suguru Kameda (Tohoku Univ.), Hiroshi Oguma (Toyama National College of Tech.), Mitsuru Sasanuma (SKY Perfect JSAT), Shigeru Eguchi (ISB), Komei Kuroda (Cyber Creative Institute), Noriharu Suematsu (Tohoku Univ.) SAT2014-34 RCS2014-146
As a result of the great east Japan earthquake in March 2011, the importance of secure satellite communication such as v... [more] SAT2014-34 RCS2014-146
pp.51-56(SAT), pp.43-48(RCS)
SR 2014-05-22
12:45
Kanagawa Toshiba Education & Training Institute [Technology Exhibit] Satellite Communication Networks Valid for Disaster Recovery: Development of Multi-Mode VSAT Using SDR Technology
Suguru Kameda (Tohoku Univ.), Hiroshi Oguma (Toyama National College of Tech.), Mitsuru Sasanuma (SKY Perfect JSAT), Shigeru Eguchi (ISB), Komei Kuroda (Cyber Creative Institute), Noriharu Suematsu (Tohoku Univ.) SR2014-8
In situation of large-scale disaster, land communication infrastructure was seriously damaged. The importance of secure... [more] SR2014-8
pp.49-56
RCS, NS
(Joint)
2013-12-20
10:50
Kagawa Sunport Hall Takamatsu Satellite Communication Networks Valid for Disaster Recovery -- Multi-Mode SDR VSAT --
Suguru Kameda (Tohoku Univ.), Hiroshi Oguma (Toyama National College of Tech.), Mitsuru Sasanuma (SKY Perfect JSAT), Shigeru Eguchi (ISB), Komei Kuroda (Cyber Creative Institute), Noriharu Suematsu (Tohoku Univ.) NS2013-152 RCS2013-244
In situation of large-scale disaster, land communication infrastructure was seriously damaged. The importance of secure... [more] NS2013-152 RCS2013-244
pp.101-106(NS), pp.219-224(RCS)
ASN, IPSJ-UBI 2013-05-16
16:40
Kumamoto Kumamoto University [Poster Presentation] Performance Evaluation of Channel Assignment Methods for an Ad Hoc Network Using Balloons "SKYMESH"
Atsushi Mori, Hiraku Okada, Kentaro Kobayashi, Masaaki Katayama (Nagoya Univ.), Kenichi Mase (Niigata Univ.) ASN2013-26
It is very important to ensure communication systems for a large-scale disaster. As an emergency communication system f... [more] ASN2013-26
pp.135-138
CQ, CS
(Joint)
2013-04-19
13:00
Niigata Sado Island Development Center An analysis of relation between goods delivery and information spreading in disasters
Yuta Ohtani, Kazuyuki Miyakita, Keisuke Nakano (Niigata Univ.) CQ2013-11
When a large-scale disaster occurs, communication infrastructures can be disabled, and some regions can be isolated from... [more] CQ2013-11
pp.59-64
SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2013-02-21
13:25
Okinawa Youth Center of Okinawa prefecture Research and Development of Satellite Communication Networks Valid for Disaster Recovery (1) -- Targets of R&D Project --
Noriharu Suematsu, Suguru Kameda (Tohoku Univ.), Hiroshi Oguma (Toyama National College of Tech.), Mitsuru Sasanuma (SKY Perfect JSAT), Shigeru Eguchi (ISB), Komei Kuroda (Cyber Creative Institute) SANE2012-149 SAT2012-48
In the event of large-scale disaster, land communication infrastructure was seriously damaged and the importance of secu... [more] SANE2012-149 SAT2012-48
pp.1-6(SANE), pp.5-10(SAT)
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