Séminaire “Infrastructure-Assisted V2V Messaging for cooperative autonomous driving”

La Chaire Drive for All est heureuse de vous inviter au séminaire “Infrastructure-Assisted V2V Messaging for cooperative autonomous driving”. Nous avons l’honneur de recevoir le Dr. Manabu Tsukada, de la Graduate School of Information Science and Technology de l’université de Tokyo, Japon. Le séminaire aura lieu lundi 22 mai à MINES ParisTech.

Le séminaire est public et gratuit mais l’inscription est obligatoire https://goo.gl/forms/DmPDCrZXCzvJwK8L2.


MINES ParisTech – Salle Chevalier, 60, Boulevard Saint-Michel 75006 Paris
Luxembourg station on RER line B


Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) are systems where the vehicles, the roadside infrastructure, central control centres and other elements exchange information to achieve better road safety, traffic efficiency and comfort of the road users. These cooperative elements share the information by organising Vehicular Ad-hoc Network (VANET) or using the mobile network (e.g. 3G and LTE) and realises various cooperative ITS services. To promote wider deployment of such services, many stakeholders made consensus that the communication platform must be based on a common architecture and drive rapid international standardisation (e.g. ISO, ETSI, IEEE). In the near future, autonomous vehicles also benefit from such communication platforms by enforcing the perception, planing, and decision-making. However the most basic Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) messages standardized in Europe, US and Japan suffer from same issues such as 1) unable to receive messages from the object without V2V transmitter, 2) message loss because of obstacle and wireless range, 3) vulnerable for malfunctioning and malicious node. For the solution, we propose an infrastructure-assisted V2V messaging system to support cooperative autonomous driving. We design the system based on the ITS Station architecture standardized in ISO/ETSI, working with any vehicle sensing technology. Moreover, we implement the prototype roadside system with a stereo vision for the vehicle sensing. The prototype system is evaluated in a field test in the campus of the University of Tokyo. The results show that the proposed system significantly improves the coverage of V2V messaging while the system overhead is limited. The proposal is being integrated to our personal mobility autonomous vehicle system based on an open source software. We are also planning the contribution to the international standardization of the technique.

The speaker:

Dr. Manabu Tsukada
Dr. Manabu Tsukada

Dr. Manabu Tsukada received his B.S. degree in Environmental and Information Studies from Keio University, Japan, in 2005 and his M.S. degree in Media and Governance from Keio University, Japan, in 2007. He worked in IMARA Team, INRIA, France during his Ph.D course and obtained his Ph.D. degree from Centre de Robotique, Mines ParisTech, France, in 2011. During his pre and postdoc research stages he has participated in multitude of international projects in the networked ITS area, such as GeoNet, ITSSv6, SCORE@F, CVIS, Nautilus6 or ANEMONE. He has been serving as board member of the WIDE Project since 2014. Regarding scientific dissemination, Dr. Tsukada has

published a number of conference and journal papers in the ITS and computer networks areas, and his appearance in IPv6 related events and initiatives is common. He is currently a project assistant professor at Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, the University of Tokyo, Japan. His research interests are mobility support for next generation Internet (IPv6) and communications for intelligent vehicles. http://www.hongo.wide.ad.jp/~tsukada/


Séminaire « Some autonomous vehicle issues with a Canadian flavor »

La Chaire Drive for All est heureuse de vous inviter au séminaire “Some autonomous vehicle issues with a Canadian flavor: from current project initiatives to testing, validation and challenges in artificial intelligence.” Nous avons l’honneur de recevoir le Prof. Denis Gingras, directeur du laboratoire sur les véhicules intelligent (LIV) à lUniversité de Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada. Le séminaire aura lieu Mardi 9 mai à MINES ParisTech de 15:00 à 16:00.

Le séminaire est public et gratuit mais l’inscription est obligatoire.

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Dr Gingras has more than 35 years of a unique experience in the fields of information processing, AI and embedded intelligent systems applied to road transportation. In 1980, he was already working as a junior engineer at the BOSCH Research Center in Schwieberdingen-Stuttgart, Germany, on energy recovery dynamic braking control systems for electrical vehicles. In 1990, he founded and directed for nine years the Digital and Optical Systems Division at INO (Institut National d’Optique) in Quebec City, supervising the development of ITS technologies such as fiber optics weight sensors for trucks or intelligent video monitoring systems for

automated road traffic analysis. In 2000, Dr Gingras was appointed Director General of the Intelligent Materials and Systems Institute (IMSI) at Université de Sherbrooke and full professor at the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department. During that time, he was also head of the Canadian research program “Intelligent systems and sensors” in the federal AUTO21 Network of Centers of Excellence (NCE) for 15 years. From 2003 to 2008, he was Group Leader of the Intelligent Vehicles Group in the ATLANTIC International Network (Canada-US-Europe). He is a member of different boards and committees such as the board of the CAHR Council (Canadian Automotive Human Resources) or the board of INNOV-ÉÉ in Quebec. He is a member of the APMA Connected Vehicle Working Group and the ITS Canada Autonomous Vehicle Task Force. He was the instigator and Chair of the Canada-California Strategic Innovation Partnership-CCSIP- Committee on “Intelligent Vehicles and Transportation Systems”, allowing Canadian PhDs and postdoc students to complete internships in Californian automotive firms and universities. He was a member of advisory committees of the ANR in France (French Research Agency) on transportation and mobility from 2009 to 2011. He founded the Laboratory on Intelligent Vehicles (LIV) at Sherbrooke in 2012 involved in various R&D industrial projects related to intelligent vehicles (http://www.gel.usherbrooke.ca/LIV). He is a senior associate member of the Canadian Autonomous Vehicle Center of Excellence (CAVCOE) since 2013. Over the years, Pr. Gingras has been invited professor and a guest researcher in various universities across the world (France, US, Mexico, Australia). He was awarded in 2008 a Foreign Researcher Fellowship from the City of Paris, France, working at IFSTTAR at the Intelligent Vehicle Laboratory (LIVIC). As invited guest professor, lecturing a graduate course on intelligent vehicles at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, California in 2015. He was also visiting the CAOR at Mines Paristech in 2016. Throughout his career, Dr Gingras has published 2 books and has co-authored more than hundred publications, most of them related to the road transportation arena. He is regularly invited to give talks on the subject at various organizations, such as the Centre Jacques-Cartier in Lyon,or the Canadian Board of Insurance Companies. His research interests cover information processing, telecommunications, multi-sensor fusion and intelligent systems applied to automobile.