|Model name||:||Mimamori-kun online service|
|Technical applications||:||Driving with improved fuel efficiency, safety, and control, provides vehicle control support|
|Applied model||:||Small to large size truck manufactured by Isuzu and other manufacturers|
|Designed by||:||Isuzu Motors Limited|
|Collaboration||:||KDDI Corporation, Transtron Inc.|
|Device structure||:||Operation/data computing part: Mimamori-kun controller|
Data communication part: Wireless communication terminal/Communication antenna
Location information obtaining part: GPS antenna
|Display portion||:||Simple display: Employee number/driving route number display|
Driving time display
LED: Warning display, status display
|Performance function||:||Report services for each trip|
・Improved fuel efficiency driving report service
・Improved fuel efficiency driving digest
・Daily driving report
・Trip time analysis report service
・Trip route service
・Environmental load report service
Real time information services
・Transportation condition information service
・Vehicle location information service
・Possible accident warning service
・Faster route service
・Accident blackspot warning
|Effect||:||Knowing the operation condition of the vehicle and providing appropriate advice contributes to improving fuel efficiency, safer driving, and efficient operation control.|
Control of fuel consumption and emissions contribute to reduction of environmental load.
|Points of interest, topicality||:||Received the 2nd Eco-products Awards, Minister's Prize, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (Eco-service division)|
|Features||:||1. By collecting detailed information from each controlled computer of the vehicle,|
appropriate advice can be provided.
2. Using the location information of GPS enables the vehicle position to be specified.
3. The packet communication network provides real-time advice.
4. An operation daily report can be simply created and work made more efficient.
5. Provision of services ranges from small to large trucks.
6. Services can be provided to vehicles produced by other manufacturers by separately mounting the Mimamori converter.
|Reference materials||:||Kitagawa Tsutomu et al. "Shinsedai shouyoumuke online service" Automotive Engineering Vol. 58, No. 4, 2004|
|Introduction||:||This is the first full-scale telematics service for commercial vehicles in Japan. It is also an advanced driving information system that provides driving conditions in real time by utilizing a packet communication network and GPS location information.|
Its development has enabled the provision of detailed information such as fuel consumption, and accelerator/brake operation, which are difficult to collect by additional parts, as well as the provision of safe driving support.
It also allows fuel consumption and emissions to be controlled in a simple way, and provides strong support to the creation of energy-saving plans and results reports that employers are obligated to complete by law based on the revised Energy Use Law.