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Creating an Meta-Comfortable Smart Society Regions and industries creating a sustainable, livable future October 3 (Thursday) and October 4 (Friday), 2019 Keihanna Science City (KICK, IIAS, and others)

京都スマートシティエキスポ2019は無事終了しました。ありがとうございました。
報告書等は2019年12月頃の掲載を予定しています。

What is Kyoto Smart City Expo 2019?

Progress in ICT, such as IoT, Big Data, AI and robots, is creating a new
industrial structure deemed the Industry 4.0, and smart cities, which promise
improved convenience and a comfortable lifestyle, are being developed.

The Japanese government also aims to incorporate ICT into all kinds of
leading-edge industries and social activities, to create a Society 5.0 promoting
economic development and solving social issues.

Based on these objectives, Kyoto Smart City Expo 2019 is being held to
take on the challenge of creating an meta-comfortable smart society and to
establish a system to promote new businesses and industries based on
sustainable open innovation. This is to address urgent social issues such as
the loss of social vitality and decline of regional areas due to aging
populationand declining birthrate.

BASIC
POLICIES

  • 01

    Focus on creating a meta-comfortable smart society and promoting related businesses

  • 02

    Collaborate with concurrent and in-program events, so as to provide wider variety of networking/business opportunities

  • 03

    Enhance hospitality and boost visitor and exhibitor satisfaction, to bring KSCE attractive and continuable

News

2019.10.31
The presentation data of Speakers has been updated.
2019.10.07
Kyoto Smart City Expo 2019 ended on a high note. Thank you for visiting us.
The total number of visitors will be announced on this website soon.
We appreciate your patience.
2019.08.29
Updated Pre-event overview information
2019.08.19
Visitor Registration is open now. Looking forward to your participation!
2019.07.16
Sponsorship and Exhibition application deadline has been extended to July 31.