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Towards social implementation of Level 4 automated mobility services


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Category(E)PPT slides
Author(J)1) 中野 公彦
Author(E)1) Kimihiko Nakano
Affiliation(J)1) 東京大学生産技術研究所
Affiliation(E)1) Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo


Abstract(E)Activities for social implementation of Level 4 mobility services are introduced. Automated platooning drive of trucks conducted in Energy ITS project is explained. Then the outline of research and development of automated driving buses jointly conducted with advanced mobility and boldly companies is described. Introducing the project on the cooperative system just started recently, the movement toward social implementation is explained.

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