Research and Academic Activities
Professor Mori proposed the concept of Autonomous Decentralized Systems(ADS) in 1977. In 1979, he started the process of applying for patents in Japan, Europe and USA. He wrote more than 350 patents. From 1980, products based on this concept have being developed. Today, the system is widely adopted in many large applications. Some of the major examples are; Japan Railway(JR) EAST's Autonomous Decentralized Transport Operation System(ATOS) and Factory Automation System and Steel Production System. He is a fellow of IEEE.
After getting recognition as a new technology, ADS is fast becoming a de facto standard for the new products. He is also involved in the standardization of this technology.
From 1997, he has joined Tokyo Institute of Technology. He is attached to many Research and Standardization activities, such as:
■ International Symposium
- ISADS(International Symposium on Autonomous Decentralised Systems)
- IWADS(International Workshop on Autonomous Decentralized Systems)
- IWDCCA(International Workshop on Distributed Computing Communication and Applications)
- HASE(High Assurance Systems Engineering Symposium)
- ADSN(International Workshop on Assurance in Distributed Systems and Networks)
- DeviceNet by ODVA(Open DeviceNet Vendor Association)
- Factory Automation System by MSTC(Manufacturing Science and Technology Center, Japan)
- Building Automation System(BAS) by IEIE(Institute of Electrical Installation Equipment of Japan)
- Autonomous Decentralized System Technology by OMG(Object Management Group)