[Mitsuhiro Kamezaki] Interactive proximal navigation for human-symbiotic mobilities

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Mitsuhiro Kamezaki

Waseda University
Research Institute for Science and Engineering
Assistant Professor

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The purpose of this research is to desing an interactive proximal navigation method for human-symbiotic mobilities, which can freely move through human-existing environements, in particualr, crowds such as train stations and airports. In order to realize safe, secure, and efficient human-mobility coordination, the navigation system will consist of observation, congnition, and control modules for inducing mutual approximation and physical contact.

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