Presentation 2017-06-29
[Invited Talk] Roles of Wireless Technologies for Automated Driving and Its Future Perspectives
Masahiro Umehira, Xiaoyan Wang,
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Abstract(in English) Automated driving technology to enable autonomous car driving without a human driver is a hot topic in these days and many research and development projects have been launched in Japan as well as USA and Europe. Automated driving is performed in a following cognitive cycle, i.e. the first action is cognition of the surroundings of the automated driving car using various kinds of sensors and driving related information such as route map and its position in a route map, then, the automated driving car creates a driving plan using these information, and simultaneously detects errors between the driving planned and its current position and it corrects the driving plan or its current position in a real time manner, just like a human driver. Wireless technologies are expected to play an important role for the automated driving. Typical examples include millimeter-wave car radar, vehicle-to-vehicle communications and road-to-vehicle communication. In addition, many research and development on 5G, i.e. fifth generation mobile communication system, is underway aiming at its commercial launch in 2020, and 5G is also expected to play an important role for automated driving. This invited talk overviews the roles of wireless technologies and considers the challenge of wireless technologies for the automated driving and their future perspectives.
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Paper # CCS2017-5
Date of Issue 2017-06-22 (CCS)

Conference Information
Committee CCS
Conference Date 2017/6/29(2days)
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Place (in English) Ibaraki Univ.
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Topics (in English) Interaction and Communication, etc.
Chair Naoki Wakamiya(Osaka Univ.)
Vice Chair Mikio Hasegawa(Tokyo Univ. of Science) / Makoto Naruse(NICT)
Secretary Mikio Hasegawa(Osaka Univ.) / Makoto Naruse(Tokyo City Univ.)
Assistant Chisa Takano(Hirishima City Univ.) / Takashi Shimada(Univ. of Tokyo) / Tomoya Suzuki(Ibaraki Univ.) / Ryo Takahashi(AUT)

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Registration To Technical Committee on Complex Communication Sciences
Language JPN
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Title (in English) [Invited Talk] Roles of Wireless Technologies for Automated Driving and Its Future Perspectives
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1st Author's Name Masahiro Umehira
1st Author's Affiliation Ibaraki University(Ibaraki Univ.)
2nd Author's Name Xiaoyan Wang
2nd Author's Affiliation Ibaraki University(Ibaraki Univ.)
Date 2017-06-29
Paper # CCS2017-5
Volume (vol) vol.117
Number (no) CCS-112
Page pp.pp.21-21(CCS),
#Pages 1
Date of Issue 2017-06-22 (CCS)