Host High Level Panels
Around the world, initiation to use networks and the Internet of Things (IoT) in manufacturing fields are now coming out. In Japan, the use of such networking will not be limited to manufacturing. Instead, it will be extended to various other fields in order to promote economic growth, the formation of a healthy and long‐living society, and social transformation. Officials from the central governments in Japan will share each vision of the future, which is characterized by the sophisticated integration of cyberspace with physical space (“the real world”) and work to enhance it, while further pursuing a series of measures aimed at its realization, under the concept of “Society 5.0". Specifically, traffic jam decrease by intelligent transport system and the automated driving and improvement of the distribution efficiency are realized. In addition, there is the spread of next-generation battery and electric cars, and action for the problem solution for the solar light, the wind-generated electricity that is an unstable power supply fluctuation.
Speakers: Yuko Sano, Chief Superintendent, Director for Intelligent Transport Systems, Commissioner General‘s Secretariat, National Police Agency, Japan
Speakers: Gaku Nakazato, Director, New Generation Mobile Communications Office, Land Mobile Communications Division, Radio Depertment, Telecommunications Bureau, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japan
Speakers: Naohiko Kakimi, Director, Electric Vehicle, ITS and Automated driving Promotion Office, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan
Speakers: Takashi Nishio, Director, ITS Policy and Program Office,Road Bureau, Ministry of Land,Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan
Speakers: Masato Sahashi, Director, International Affairs Office, Engineering Policy Division Road Transport Bureau, Ministry of Land,Infrastructure,Transport and Tourism, Japan