SIP-adus Workshop 2020

Speakers List


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    Satoru Nakajo

    Visiting Researcher
    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


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    Hiroyuki Inahata

    Dynamic Map Platform Co.,Ltd.

    Apr.1980 Join Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, KamakuraWorks
    Oct.2003 Manager, Advanced Satellite System Development Center, Kamakura Works
    Apr.2004 Manager, Information Satellite System Dept., Kamakura Works
    Apr.2007 Deputy General Manager, Kamakura Works
    Apr.2008 General Manager, Space Systems Division, Headquater
    Apr.2015 President, Mitsubishi Space Software Co., Ltd.
    Jun.2019 President, Dynamic Map Platform Co., Ltd.

  • Yoshiaki Tsuda

    Yoshiaki Tsuda

    Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

    ITS Info-communications Forum,DSRC Platform WG Chairman.
    Chairman of FOTs in the Tokyo Waterfront Area Consortium.

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    Matthias Unbehaun

    Executive Director
    Traveller Information Services Association (TISA) ASBL

    Matthias Unbehaun studied Electrical Engineering & Mobil Communication in Erlangen, Stockholm and Stanford. He held various positions at Bosch and BMW, working on digital broadcasting and ITS services, among others the development and roll-out of the new BMW real time traffic information service in Germany and Europe. Matthias is active in various standardization activities since 1996. In 2011, he became managing director of K&S GmbH. Since 2013, he is appointed as TISA Executive Director and in this role he joined the Open Auto Drive Forum Steering Board, where he was elected as OADF Speaker in 2018.

  • Jean-Charles Pandazis

    Jean-Charles Pandazis

    ADASIS & SENSORIS Coordinator
    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.