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2017.09.19

CESS exhibits in JST Fair 2017

The JST Fair 2017 was held on August 31(Thu) and Sept 1(Fri), 2017 at the Tokyo Big Sight, organized by Japan Science and Technology Agency(JST) aiming at creation of future industries.
CESS participated in the event as we did last year and exhibited posters and demonstrations. Also we made self driving demonstrations using four sensor poles and personal mobilities.

On the first day, Aug 31(Thu),the opening ceremony was held followed by the exhibition, which attracted a lot of visitors despite the bad weather condition due to a typhoon.

Poster Display

At the CESS booth posters of the Energy, Mobility and Civic Service, demos with PCs and a mockup were exhibited.

Energy

Mobility

Civic Service

Self driving demonstrations using sensor poles and personal mobilities

Self driving demonstrations using four sensor poles and personal mobilities were performed almost every 45 minutes, which attracted a lot of interested visitors.
Some of the questions received were related to the social implementation in the future, which we were able to appeal to the interested people.

the demonstration performed once in 45 minutes

L: Personal mobility R:guidance robot  

self driving demo using 4 senor poles

Self driving from Point A to Point B

challenge from Point A to Point B while avoiding obstacles!

A guidance robot call "come on! this way!" to Personal mobility, then he follow the guidance robot.

During 13:00 and 16:00 on the 2nd day, Sept 1(Fri), a symposium for COI Next Generation Researchers Collaborative Research Fund(*) was held and unique studies by the teams of the next generation researchers were introduced.

From CESS Dr. Ariyoshi, associate professor, Yokohama National University made a presentation on "Resident participation-based Hybrid Mobility System for revitalization of suburban area".
Also Dr. Takano, associate professor and Mr. Nishigama, research fellow of Kyushu University made another presentation on "Co-creating civic-tech applications for traffic safety : collaboration with Traffic Dynamic Map and Urban OS".

*The COI Next Generation Researchers Collaborative Research Fund is being implemented within the COI Program as a system in support of collaborative research for next generation researchers
engaged in collaborative research from planning as leaders who have the ability to take action to execute innovative and flexible ideas that go beyond the ordinary, who can interact with different fields, different industries, and with other organizations.

Posters of the above themes were also exhibited in a booth for the COI Next Generation Researchers Collaborative Research Fund.

During the 2 days of the Fair we were able to appeal our activities to a lot of visitors and received many valuable questions and comments.

Poster exhibitions

Center for Co-Evolutional Social Systems of Kyushu University(5.05 MB)

Energy: Development of a simulator for hydrogen society(1005 KB)

Energy: Initiatives for social implementation of EMS which makes most use of renewable energy(933 KB)

Mobility: Re-design of vehicle and hub space(3.35 MB)

Mobility: Mobility assistance which provides citizens with security and safety(7.94 MB)

Civic Service: Technology development of pulse wave sensor for watching system (961 KB)

Civic Service:Development and social implementation of Petit Sensor Box, a integrated sensing platform(3.33 MB)

Civic Service: Circle Core-Data Cooperation Platform which enables mutual use of data and cooperation between systems (537 KB)

Self driving demonstrations

Civic Service:Guidance of a personal mobility using an integrated sensing platform P2-Sen(2.55 MB)

COI Next Generation Researchers Collaborative Research Fund

Yokohama National University satellite:Resident participation-based Hybrid Mobility System for revitalization of suburban area(1.54 MB)

COI of Nagoya University and Kyushu University:Co-creating civic-tech applications for traffic safety : collaboration with Traffic Dynamic Map and Urban OS(2.75 MB)

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