SIP-adus Workshop 2021
Abstracts & Speakers List
- Nov. 9 [Tue.]
- Opening Session / Regional Activities
- Impact Assessment
- Service and Business Implementation /
FOTs ＋ Human Factors
- Japanese Government
- Dynamic Map
- This session is to share the world latest examples of dynamic contents distribution/exchange with Dynamic Map and the updates, and to discuss the direction for further international collaborations and the possibility for the utilization of latest technologies.
Center for Spatial Information Science
The University of Tokyo
Visiting Researcher from 2017
Project Associate Professor from 2012 to 2017
Convenor for ISO/TC204/ SWG3.3 Location Referencing
A member of SIP-adus
2012: Ph.D from the University of Tokyo
2017: MBA from McGill University
ADASIS & SENSORIS coordinator
Innovation & Deployment
European Road Transport Telematics Implementation Coordination Organisation-Intelligent Transport Systems & Services Europe (ERTICO – ITS Europe)
Joined ERTICO in 2009. He holds Master degrees in Electrical Engineering from the EPFL in Lausanne and Georgia Tech in Atlanta. He built his career at Bosch Corporate Research with focus on predictive navigation and Driver Assistance systems. At ERTICO he developed many activities related to digital maps and advanced driver assistance systems. Currently he is responsible for Clean Mobility as well as for overall ERTICO platforms' coordination. He is also from their launch the coordinator of the industry-driven platforms ADASIS and SENSORIS.
Open Auto Drive Forum
András Csepinszky is the director of Advanced Automotive Technology of NNG, a navigation software developer company based in Hungary. Since 2018 he is chairing the Traveller Information Services Association’s (TISA) Content and Services Committee and its Business Analysis Working Group and member of the Steering Board and acting as liaison officer to ISO TC204. He was elected co-chair of the SENSORIS Innovation Platform in 2020 and speaker of the Open AutoDrive Forum in 2021. He is also Steering Committee member of Navigation Data Standard Association.
VP Sales & Japan Country Manager
I, Akihiro Takahashi, am Japan Country Manager in HERE Technologies since May 2020.
I’m responsible for both Automotive and IoT business in Japan, also driving Go-To-Market strategies with Mitsubishi Corporation and NTT, which are our shareholders as well, to make Japan business further success and to enhance the relationship with customers and partners.
Previously I was in sales, Microsoft Corporation and contributed as Managing Director for 13 years out of 27-year wealth experience such as OEM platform_Sales including IoT, Small & Medium size of customer sales, building partner Eco systems and digital sales organization as well as SMS&P / Digital Sales to drive customer’s DX through Office 365, Azure, and Dynamics 365 through digital nurturing tools and transformed classic inside sales structure to be more digital centric methods / Small and Medium customer segment through variety of channel partners including SoftBank, Otsuka, Ricoh, Daiwabo as well as solution and telecom Partners including NTT Communications, KDDI, and NTT DOCOMO / Licensing Windows and Office for OEM partners primarily NEC, Fujitsu, Toshiba, SONY and Hitachi.
Dynamic Map Platform Co., Ltd.
President, Dynamic Map Platform Co. Ltd.
INAHATA Hiroyuki joined Dynamic Map Platform in April 2019 and has been President since June 2019.
He started his job career at Kamakura Works of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation in 1980. He had been in charge of satellite business more than 30 years in Mitsubishi Electric Corp. and was promoted to Deputy General Manager of Kamakura Works in 2007, and to General Manager of Space Systems Business Division (Head Office) in 2008. In 2013 he changed his job to Mitsubishi Space Software, and became President in 2015.
Spatial Information Systems Engineering Section/Information Technology Systems Department
KAMAKURA WORKS/MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
ITS Info-communication Forum,ITS Platform WG Chair man
SIP Phase 2 Field Operation Tests in the Tokyo Waterfront Area Working Group Chair man