SIP-adus Workshop 2022

Event outline

SIP-adus Workshop will reach the 9th anniversary in 2022, which is the final year of the second phase of SIP. This is a significant event to conclude the activities we have worked, to hand them over to the next projects and then to transmit information to the world in Kyoto as one of the international cities. After 2 years of virtual workshop, a physical space is prepared to have a relationship and discuss with specialists from inside and outside Japan with enough infection prevention measures. For further development, implementation and cooperation on the automated driving technologies, please come and enjoy sessions to share the latest status of studies for each area and activities in relevant countries, along with panel discussion by experts representing the US, the EU and Japan.

Flyer

As of July 27, 2022

  • Date

  • October 11-13, 2022
  • Location

  • Kyoto, Japan
    Doshisha University (Hardy Hall, Kambaikan):
    Plenary Session(October 11-12)
    ANA Crowne Plaza Kyoto:
    Breakout Workshop(October 13) *Invitation only
  • Venue details

  • Session Topics

    • In this session, speakers from each government like US, Europe, Japan, etc. will introduce latest research activities and topics regarding automated driving.
    • In this session, we will discuss ideas and problems related to service and business models in automated mobility services especially for passenger transportation and delivery, which have been studied in many countries and regions.
    • This session is to share the world latest examples of dynamic data 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.

      Overview

    • The use of connectivity for autonomated driving and Advanced Safe Driving Systems is being considered in each regions of the world, but it has not yet been put into full-scale practical use.
      We will share trends regarding cooperative driving automation in each region and consider issues.

      Overview

    • The virtual environment is an indispensable technology for the realization of security. So as to accelerate the expansion of virtual testing technology for safety assurance, the international cooperation on the requirements for the virtual environment and the method of validation should be enhanced. The virtual environment and evaluation methods are discussed in this session in order to figure out how to proceed with future collaboration and harmonization.

      Overview

    • Each OEMs are making effort to continuously protect systems against cyber attacks under the adopted UN regulations; such as using IDS/IPS. IDS/IPS enable to detect attacks then to realize quick initial action, however, it is indispensable to keep systems always safe from potential threats in order to attain sustainable safety and security.
      In this session, we will study: methods to assess IDS/IPS, technical requirements to quickly share information related to potential threats, as well as proactive survey and collection of this kind of information.
    • This session will summarize the past efforts in human factors for safety of automated driving, and also share unsolved issues and new issues.

      Overview

    • Diffusion of automated driving vehicles (ADs) is considered to help to reduce traffic accidents, alleviate traffic congestion, resolve the driver shortage, and resolve other social problems. On the other hand, ADs are necessary to be installed with adequate consent by people and society. Panelists address views and analysis on the issues, challenges, estimations or expectations related to social impact of AD technologies in this session.

      Overview

    • In this session, their various attempts related to automated driving, ITS as well as Information and Communication technologies will be introduced by the contributing Japanese government ministries and agencies.
  • Program

  • As of July 27, 2022

  • Organizer

  • Cross-Ministerial Strategic Innovation Program, Secretariat of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan
    New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO)
    General Incorporated Association, Mobility Innovation Alliance Japan
    Doshisha University
  • Support