Technical Journal of advanced Mobility
First published on 28th April, 2020
We have launched the online journal “Technical Journal of Advanced Mobility” for publishing ｍanuscripts about next-generation mobilities.
We will post the latest research results for all researchers in academia, industry, research institutes, government agencies, etc. who are involved in research on next-generation mobile objects such as UAS (Unmanned Aerial System) and UAM ((Urban Air Mobility) and related technologies.
Editor: The Japan UAS Industrial Development Association (JUIDA)
【Contents of the 2023 number】*You can read the article by click the title.
■“2023 is “the first year of Level 4 realization””
■“Development of Wall Adhesion Drone and Proposal of Its Utilization Method”
Satoshi Hishida, Masanobu Oogaki, Yasushi Hishida, Masafumi Miwa, Toshihiko Shimizu
■“Geometric-Parameter and Controller Optimization of Hovering Multirotor Aircraft by Expanding the Size of the Domain of Attraction”
Kohei Yamaguchi, Susumu Hara
■“Construct a Concept of Operations（ ConOps） and Identify Social Implementation Issues for Use of Drone-based Remote Technology in Firefighting”
Hajime Sasaki, Takeru Kayano, Yoshihiro Teramura, Osamu Akimoto, Shinji Suzuki
■“Factor Analysis of UAS-Related Accident in Japan（ 2015-2021） and Preventive Methods Using CRM Skills ─Further Prevention of Human Error-Related Accident─”
■“Global Drone Regulations and Research Survey with the Examination of Its Application”
Ghassaq Issa Hasan Alrubaye， Hiroyuki Miyauchi
■“JUIDA Technical Journal Poster Session Report in Japan Drone 2023”
Technical Journal of Advanced Mobility Editorial Board
【Contents of the 2022 number】*You can read the article by click the title.
■“Safety Management Skills and Human Resource Development for Utilizing UAS ─In the View of Crew Resource Management CRM ─”
■“Flying Robot Education for Comprehensive Understanding of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering ─Coordinated Action of Nagoya and Gifu National Universities─”
Tsubasa Toguchi, Susumu Hara, Hiromitsu Kawazoe, Kazuaki Ito, Satoshi Kikuchi, Satoshi Ito
■“Infrastructure Development of Drone in the Architectural Field and Utilization of Drone for Building Inspection”
■“Clarification on Users of Initial Airframe Study Framework for UAV Applying Design Thinking”
Makoto Ueno， Kento Yamada， Mayu Matsumoto， Hiroyuki Kato， Nanami Furue
■“JUIDA Technical Journal Poster Session Report in Japan Drone 2022 - Deep impacts by physical exchange of drone technical information -“
Technical Journal of Advanced Mobility Editorial Board
■“Noise-Induced Stress Assessment ─On the Difference between Questionnaire-Based and EEG Measurement -Based Evaluations-“
Susumu Hara, Yasue Mitsukura, Hiroko Kamide
■“Vertical Autorotation Strategies for a Quadrotor with a Collective Pitch Control Mechanism”
Kota Shibata, Yosuke Maeda, Kohei Yamaguchi, Shun Watanabe, Shigeru Sunada, Yasutada Tanabe, Hideaki Sugawara, Hiroshi Tokutake, Koichi Yonezawa
■“Development of Gas Turbine Generator for Large UAM ─Next-Generation Hybrid Power Systems─”
Yukio Fukushima, Toyohiko Ota
【Contents of the 2021 number】*You can read the article by click the title.
■“Drone Functional Safety Analysis with a Reliability Engineering Software in Automobile and Aviation Industry”
Hiroko Nakamura， Takeshi Tsuchiya， Shinji Suzuki， Yosuke Kashiwamura， Hiroshi Otubo
■“Risk-Based Approach in EASA and Implications for Unmanned Aircraft Safety Regulations in Japan”
Hajime Sasaki, Shinji Suzuki, Junichiro Sumita
■“Applicability of Kansei Analyzer for Noise-Induced Stress Assessment ─Toward Social Acceptability Survey of Flying Cars─”
Susumu Hara, Yusuke Hayashi, Yasue Mitsukura, Hiroko Kamide
■“Application of Specific Operation Risk Assessment（SORA） to a Japanese UAS Delivery Demonstration”
Hiroko Nakamura, Osamu Sakamoto, Ichiro Sato, Tokuaki Nakajima, Junichi Takada, Keigo Ishii, Shuji Tanaka, Masato Kunizaki
【Contents of the first number】*You can read the article by click the title.
■“The launch of Technical Journal of Advanced Mobility” Shinji Suzuki
■“The future of Technical Journal of Advanced Mobility” Kakuya Iwata
■“Reconstruction of 3D Motion Image from Video Captured by a Single Camera on a Moving Body”
Ryuichi Oka, Yasuhiro Hashimoto, Yuichi Okuyama, Keisuke Hata
■“SESAR U-SPACE Project Overview” Hiroko Nakamura
■“Radio Environment Estimation of a Flight Area for Operating Drones” Nobuo Suzuki, Hiromi Matsuno, Tatsuya Yoshioka, Toshinori Suzuki
■“Attitude Control of Drone by Using CMG (Control Moment Gyro)”
Shigeto Ouchi, Nariyuki Kodani, Takeshi Inaba, Tomoyuki Miyashita, Kento Inoue
■“3D Capturing Trend: Accelerated by Drone” Koji Kawamura
■“Development of High Strength Magnesium Alloy Round Bars by Deformation Restricted Forging Method” Hiromi Miura
■“Urban Air Mobility ─ For New Utilization of Sky Above ─”
Gaku Minorikawa, Kazuhiro Shirai, Misao Mizuno
■“Technical Problems of the Solar-Powered Aircraft” Zhong Lei
■“Halbach Array Field Motors for Drone Motors” Mimpei Morishita
■“Development of a Low-vibration New Structure Engine by Using the XY-separate Crank Mechanism”
Takumi Yoshizawa, Yutaka Yoshizawa, Satoshi Yoshizawa, Rei Koyasu
※Posted as soon as it is recorded.
Submitting Manuscript Type: Manuscripts about Next-generation mobilities, UAS (Unmanned Aerial System), UAM ((Urban Air Mobility), etc.
Regular papers describe theoretical or empirical research and technical development results, social science results, economic and industrial results, or knowledge that integrates them in next-generation mobility. They should be original and in their completed form.
The technical report contains useful content such as research examples, technical experience, and reports of research presentations, exhibitions, and international conferences, regarding next-generation mobility.
Review articles summarize the condition of research on next-generation mobility areas from a wide range of fields.
Drone technology is including the invisible technology to ensure social acceptability, the technology that handles air, the robot technology, various sensing technologies such as 3D position estimation, various communication technologies, various network technologies, various information processing technologies, safety technology that evaluates harm to humans in a more quantitative manner, energy technology, technology that forms a ruled world view, various environment maintenance technologies, various charge technologies, various physical action utilization technologies, various service technologies, various industrial standard technologies, and various business technologies.
Since these technologies are spread over other fields and there are few opportunities to meet and discuss them in one place, the visitors always have very interesting cross-disciplinary technical exchanges at the conference even though the issue just includes some of the technologies.
Such cross-field technology exchange is necessary for the progress of the drone field, and its comprehensive strength and system strength will be the source of industrial competitiveness.
As the core of such a place for cross-disciplinary technology exchange, this journal welcomes applications from all of you so that it can become a technology integration medium that has both a wide range and depth of technology.
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