Kazuya Tsuji

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The goal of this research is how to realize automotive system simulation by using multi domain simulation technologies. This paper illustrates how to utilize the multi domain simulation model for creating and validating the automotive system simulation. This technique is verified by simulations and experiments.
This paper describes a mobile robot (Campro-RIS) that provides visual support for human activities by projecting information onto the surfaces of various objects in living spaces through a structured-environment approach. Campro-RIS employs a parallel two-wheeled vehicle system with a camera-projector whose angles can be controlled with a pan-tilt actuator.(More)
In order to reduce CO<sub>2</sub>, in many cases, CO<sub>2</sub> performance conflicts with power performance and comfort. We have to compromise between these requirements and produce a good solution. In early stages of vehicle development, the decisions for large-scale systems are important. Using a whole system simulation is effective for making these(More)
A vehicle system is rapidly becoming more complex and mixed because of electronization of components, etc. It is necessary to have development environment which utilizes simulators to evaluate a target system commonly by OEM and supplier companies. VHDL-AMS is suitable for a standard language for development of automotive models because it is an(More)
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