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Autonomous Moving Technology for Future Urban Transport

  title={Autonomous Moving Technology for Future Urban Transport},
  author={Y. Hosoda and Masashi Koga and Kenjiro Yamamoto},
INTRODUCTION AS the world’s population have been increasing in the 21st century, more than half people on the earth now lives in urban areas. The construction of urban transport infrastructure that suits activities of people, environmental requirement, and financial restriction has become even more important. Developed economies in Europe and America as well as Japan are also experiencing problems such as aging populations and a hollowing-out of city centers. This is underpinning a notable… Expand
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Joined Hitachi, Ltd. in 1979, and now works at the Hitachi Research Laboratory. He is currently engaged in the development of a human-symbiotic robot. Mr. Hosoda is a member of The Japan Society
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