About ARL Research

Intelligent Robotics Center

KEYWORDS
  • Robotics
  • Control
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Image processing
  • Signal processing
  • Bio-telemetry

Robot services and autonomous vehicle driving techniques have been rapidly developing in recent years, but further improvement in performance and safety must be established in order to put them to use in actual human working environments. To that end, the Intelligent Robotics Center aims at the construction of intelligent robot systems that can coexist with people. To accomplish this, we integrate a wide range of fields such as robotics, artificial intelligence, signal and image processing, control engineering and biosignal measurements to facilitate cutting-edge robotic research.

The Intelligent Robotics Center pursues the construction of intelligent robot systems that can coexist with people. To do so, we challenge the following research topics:

  • Development of a vision system using image recognition
  • Biosignal measurements and signal processing for establishing good relationships between machines and people
  • Intelligent robot systems through control theory and signal processing

Furthermore, we are proceeding with an international research collaboration in cooperation with the Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology.

Research staff

  • Head Professor

     

    Kenichiro Nonaka

    Control engineering

  • Professor

     

    Hidetoshi Oya

    Control engineering

  • Professor emeritus

     

    Yoshikazu Kanamiya

    Intelligent mechanics/mechanical system

  • Professor

     

    Akira Taguchi

    Communication/Network engineering

  • Professor

     

    Nobuhiko Mukai

    Media informatics/Databases

  • Professor

     

    Hidehiro Nakano

    Communication/Network engineering

  • Professor

     

    Yue Bao

    Media informatics/Data base

  • Professor

     

    Hideo Miyachi

    Fundamental informatics

  • Professor

     

    Masaki Kyoso

    Biomedical engineering/Biological material studies

  • Associate Professor

     

    Daisuke Sato

    Robotics

  • Associate Professor

     

    Kazuma Sekiguchi

    Control engineering

  • Associate Professor

     

    Toshiyuki Sugimachi

    Machine mechanics/Control

  • Associate Professor

     

    Koichi Nishibe

    Fluidics

  • Associate Professor

     

    Hideaki Takayanagi

    City planning/Architectural planning

  • Lecturer

     

    Yoshikatsu Hoshi

    Control engineering

Research themes

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