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Challenge to Ubiquitous
Information Network Laboratory
Yoshihiro Niitsu
Professor, Department of Electronic Information Systems
College of Engineering
Systems Engineering and Science in Master's Program
Functional Control Systems in Doctoral Program
Location: Omiya Campus
Laboratory Overview
Watching over you gently and supporting your behaviors
Telecommunication technologies have dramatically become convenient, but we don’t instantly know which telecommunication means should be used in order to communicate more efficiently with others adapting to contents or their conditions. Our laboratory studies networks that help you gently at that time and support elderly persons or disabled persons to move more freely.
Laboratory Character Network technologies have been studied from the viewpoint of users. Professor and students can freely or at home discuss not only network technologies but their near issues with a family atmosphere.
Research Outputs You can review research papers in the website below.
Laboratory Research Field
Context awareness Ad-hoc network Network securities Sensor network IoT applications
Recent Research Topics
Public WiFi authentication using BLE beacon Walking support of visual impaired persons using smart canes Traffic information register and distribution using data centric network Discrimination method of improper transfer data in IoT networks QoE evaluation method by using NIRS
Affiliated Conferences
For Social Contributions to the World Sustainability Our laboratory have studied technologies that support social vulnerable persons such as visual impaired persons or elderly persons.
Related Industries
Telecommunication IoT AI    
Applicable Industrial Fields
Instruments and Devices in this Laboratory
Research Seeds