Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Laboratory
Aiming to improve gas mileage, comfort and safety of automobiles
Although they are convenient, automobiles have negative sides, such as wasteful consumption of fuel, physical burdens on drivers and encountering or causing traffic accidents. This laboratory is dedicated to analyzing various driving traits of drivers to search for optimal driving support and making driving more efficient, comfortable and safer. To that end, we are developing a system to recognize the driving environment to help the driver better recognize the surroundings, an easy-to-understand method to provide information on how to drive with less fuel, in addition to the development of a driverless, small electric vehicle.
|College of Systems Engineering and Science||Machinery and Control Systems|
|Faculty Name||Toshio Ito|
Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Inc. |
The Institute of Systems, Control and Information Engineers
The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
|Keyword||Image recognition,Automobiles,Simulations,Image processing,Driving assistance systems,Driving simulators,Artificial intelligence,Autonomous driving,Interface|
- Information science
- Computer science and engineering
- Mechanical engineering
For SocietyWe will participate in projects on intelligent transport systems (ITS) being researched around the world to improve the traffic situation for all.
- Research on a system to understand the driving environment through image processing
- Development of interface for autonomous driving
- Research and development of a driverless, small electric vehicle