Seminar Program

Thursday, October 3

2F
 Main Hall*

2F
 Theater*

1F
 Seminar venue(1)

1F
 Seminar venue(2)*

1F
 Seminar venue(3)

2F
 Local Government Program Venue

Seika Creaters’ Incubation Center

10:00
11:00
12:00
13:00
14:00
15:00
16:00

10:00-10:30

Opening Ceremony
○Address from organizer and guest

10:30-11:10

Commemorative Lecture

Mr. Arvind Satyam
Cisco Systems

Commemorative Lecture

City Digitization: Revitalizing Business and Society

Thursday, October 3 10:30-11:102F Main Hall

Mr. Arvind Satyam

Managing Director, Global Public Sector, Cisco Systems

Cisco Systems G.K.

Arvind leads the development of Cisco’s critical infrastructure strategy and portfolio for city, state and national governments. He is also in charge of sales and public private partnerships financed by international development institutions including: the World Bank, IFC, IDB, European Commission, US trade institutions and private equity funds. Previously, Arvind led Telco Service Provider sales, strategic partnerships and venture investments for Cisco’s IOT and Smart City business. Prior to this, Arvind had roles executing venture investments, acquisitions and strategic alliances for Cisco’s $10B services and solutions business.
In this keynote, Arvind will introduce how to create Smart City, not only technology side but also financial side and partner ecosystem.

11:20-12:00

Keynote Lecture

Mr. Miguel Eiras Antunes
Deloitte LLP

Mr. Tsuyoshi  Kono
Deloitte Tohmatsu Group

Keynote Lecture

The Future of Cities & the power of Cities Ecosystems

Thursday, October 3 11:20-12:002F Main Hall

Mr. Miguel Eiras Antunes

Global Smart City Leader Partner, Deloitte LLP

Mr. Tsuyoshi  Kono

Government & Public Services Industry Leader, Deloitte Tohmatsu Group

Mr. Miguel Eiras Antunes
Mr. Miguel Eiras Antunes
Mr. Tsuyoshi  Kono
Mr. Tsuyoshi  Kono

In this lecture, we will clarify the structural challenges that smart cities in Japan are facing and present a new methodology for overcoming them.Based on this, Miguel Eiras Antunes, Deloitte’s global smart city leader, will present a bird’s-eye view of global trends, as well as examples of various smart cities that Deloitte has implemented around the world.In addition, as an example of urban OS, which has attracted attentionin recent years, we will introduce examples of the utilization of CitySynergyTM, through which Deloitte is actually providing support for development and operation in Cascais, Portugal, and propose how to utilize data in urban management.We hope that this will be a help on the way to the realization of smart cities.

13:00-13:40

Global Pitch Event
[Keynote Lecture]

Ms. Giulia Motteran
4YFN Global Engagement Manager

Global Pitch Event

Keynote Lecture

Building a global startup ecosystem

Thursday, October 3 13:00-13:402F Main Hall

Ms. Giulia Motteran

4YFN Global Engagement Manager, GSMA

Ms. Giulia Motteran

The session will explore the state of the European, Asian and American startup ecosystems and how 4YFN, the startup event of MWC, is building bridges globally in order to help startups connect with the right players. 4YFN Global Engagement Manager, Giulia Motteran, will also share the challenges and some best practices of connecting communities globally.

13:50-14:30

Aiming for the practical application of soft robots

Prof. Sadao Kawamura
Ritsumeikan University

Aiming for the practical application of soft robots

Thursday, October 3 13:50-14:302F Main Hall

Prof. Sadao Kawamura

Professor / Director, College of Science and Engineering, Ritsumeikan University

Prof. Sadao Kawamura

Robots using metallic materials have achieved high rigidity and high precision positioning.On the other hand, there are still many problems left with operations where there is a mechanical contact with the object. For this reason, it is thought that the expansion in the field of robot utilization is held back. In this lecture, we will actively add flexibility to robots, clarify issues that have to be solved, and talk about the usefulness of this very flexibility.In addition, we will explore the possibility of soft robots in the future by introducing a number of actual examples.

14:40-15:20

Creating New Value through Open Innovation and Contributing to Society – Future Prospects

Dr. Teruhisa Ueda
SHIMADZU CORPORATION

Creating New Value through Open Innovation and Contributing to Society – Future Prospects

Thursday, October 3 14:40-15:202F Main Hall

Dr. Teruhisa Ueda

Representative Director, President & CEO, SHIMADZU CORPORATION

Dr. Teruhisa Ueda

It was founded in 1875 as a start-up in the manufacture and sale of physicochemical equipment.
Based on our corporate motto of “Contributing to Society through Science and Technology,” we have always focused on industry-academia-government collaboration since our founding, and have been working to resolve social issues.
Recently, one of our most important themes is the realization of a healthy and long life.
We introduce our efforts to create new value for social issues together with various partners, based on the deepening and innovation of science and technology, from the past to the present and the future.

15:30-16:10

How AR and VR is Transforming Knowledge Transfer

Mr. Pontus Appelqvist
EON Reality

How AR and VR is Transforming Knowledge Transfer

Thursday, October 3 15:30-16:102F Main Hall

Mr. Pontus Appelqvist

Vice President Asia, EON Reality

Mr. Pontus Appelqvist

The presentation will focus on how continuous education and training is crucial for the Future of Work, and how the creation of Smart Students and Smart Workers is a key component in developing Smart Cities. The presentation will show how the use of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality technologies can achieve this goal and how these technologies already are transforming how we live, learn and work. Global case studies from a range of organizations and industry verticals will be presented, including Aerospace & Aviation, Education, Energy, Logistics, Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, Vocational Training and more. Evidence will be shared of how Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality can improve retention with over 80% and increase productivity with over 30%, while also increasing safety. We will also be showing examples of how regions are fast-tracking the build-up of needed local capability and capacity in AR and VR by establishing centers for education, training and innovation.

13:00-13:40

When Technology Partners with Culture

Mr. Eric Chan
The Bund Finance Center

When Technology Partners with Culture

Thursday, October 3 13:00-13:402F Theater

Mr. Eric Chan

CEO, The Bund Finance Center
Chairman, Yuyuan Culture Business Group
Vice Chairman, Fosun Fashion Group

Mr. Eric Chan

13:00-13:40

Issues for Expansion of the ZEB and Smart Energy Urban Development

Mr. Nobusato Kobayashi
Taisei Corporation

Issues for Expansion of the ZEB and Smart Energy Urban Development

Thursday, October 3 13:00-13:401F Seminar venue(1)

Mr. Nobusato Kobayashi

General Manager of ZEB&Smart Community Department, Energy Division, Taisei Corporation

Mr. Nobusato Kobayashi

The SDGs were adopted by the United Nations in 2015, and ZEB is positioned as its main initiative.In addition, the Paris Agreement adopted in the same year sets a target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 26% until 2030 from the level of FY2013, and the dissemination of ZEB is an urgent issue.
Taisei’s ZEB initiative not only improves business efficiency by lowering energy costs, such as energy conservation, but also aims to create a comfortable office environment by placing emphasis on wellness, which improves the physical and mental health of workers and increases productivity.
We are also working to create smart towns by optimizing the use of energy for the entire region and providing energy sharing in the event of a disaster, rather than simply utilizing the effects of ZEB in a single building.

13:50-14:30

Fintech creating the potential of Smart City

Mr. Hiroki Maruyama
Mr. Junichi Kanda
Mr. Takeshi Kito
Fintech Association of Japan

Fintech creating the potential of Smart City

Thursday, October 3 13:50-14:301F Seminar venue(1)

Mr. Hiroki Maruyama

Representative of the boad of directors, Fintech Association of Japan
Representative director, Infcurion Group Co., Ltd.

Mr. Junichi Kanda

Director, Fintech Association of Japan
Executive Officer, Money Forward, Inc.

Mr. Takeshi Kito

Director, Fintech Association of Japan
Founder & CEO, Crowd Realty, Inc.

Mr. Hiroki Maruyama
Mr. Hiroki Maruyama
Mr. Junichi Kanda
Mr. Junichi Kanda
Mr. Takeshi Kito
Mr. Takeshi Kito

The movement of “Fintech” that continues to promote financial innovation for users is expanding globally, and progress is being made in cashless systems and the application of artificial intelligence is expanding. When we talk about Fintech today, it is not just about finance, it often includes other industries as well. Will Fintech change the way cities and regions are? As smart cities evolve, will new services emerge that work together? The directors of Fintech Association of Japan, who aim to further develop and invigorate the fintech industry in cooperation with major companies and startups both in and outside of Japan, domestic ministries and agencies, and overseas organizations, will present a panel discussion on the possibilities of fintech and smart city and the cooperation between fintech and regional finance.

14:40-16:10

Financial Digitalization Strategies

Mr. Motonobu Matsuo
Financial Services Agency

Panel Discussion

Mr. Hiroki Maruyama
Mr. Junichi Kanda
Mr. Takeshi Kito
Fintech Association of Japan

Mr. Jumpei Miwa
Mr. Motonobu Matsuo
Financial Services Agency

Financial Digitalization Strategies

Thursday, October 3 14:40-16:101F Seminar venue(1)

Mr. Motonobu Matsuo

Vice Commissioner for Evidence-based Policymaking, Financial Services Agency

Mr. Motonobu Matsuo
Mr. Motonobu Matsuo

Panel Discussion
Mr. Hiroki Maruyama

Representative of the boad of directors, Fintech Association of Japan
Representative director, Infcurion Group Co., Ltd.

Mr. Junichi Kanda

Director, Fintech Association of Japan
Executive Officer, Money Forward, Inc.

Mr. Takeshi Kito

Director, Fintech Association of Japan
Founder & CEO, Crowd Realty, Inc.

Mr. Jumpei Miwa

Director, Fintech and Innovation Office, Financial Services Agency

Mr. Motonobu Matsuo

Vice Commissioner for Evidence-based Policymaking, Financial Services Agency

Mr. Hiroki Maruyama
Mr. Hiroki Maruyama
Mr. Junichi Kanda
Mr. Junichi Kanda
Mr. Takeshi Kito
Mr. Takeshi Kito
Mr. Jumpei Miwa
Mr. Jumpei Miwa

In the first half of this chapter, we will explain the FSA’s financial digitization strategy and the most recent system development, after explaining Fintech’s trends.
In addition, we will give utilization examples of Fintech, which is expected to serve as a reference for the realization of smart cities through the sophistication of financial services.
In the latter half of the workshop, panel discussions are held with FSA staff and experts from the FinTech Association.

13:00-13:40

Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) for SDGs

Ms. Yoshiko Shirokizawa
Japan Science and Technology Agency

Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) for SDGs

Thursday, October 3 13:00-13:401F Seminar venue(2)

Ms. Yoshiko Shirokizawa

Vice President, Japan Science and Technology Agency

Ms. Yoshiko Shirokizawa

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by all the United Nations Member States in 2015 are our inclusive challenges based on all global and social issues such as climate changes, disaster prevention, biodiversity, human security etc.
To achieve these ultimate and aggressive 17 SDGs, it is essential for multi-stakeholders to take integrated actions beyond current borders of fields, organizations, sectors and so on. This session will give you an opportunity to think about what we can do for attaining SDGs by 2030, talking about its trends and activities on Science, Technology and Innovation for SDGs (STI for SDGs).

13:50-14:30

From smart city to smart brain city

Dr. Yoshinori Yamakawa
BRAIN IMPACT

From smart city to smart brain city

Thursday, October 3 13:50-14:301F Seminar venue(2)

Dr. Yoshinori Yamakawa

President, BRAIN IMPACT
Visiting Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Visiting Professor, Kyoto University

Dr. Yoshinori Yamakawa

More than a decade ago, brain science research has started to be applied to medical and military fields in US and EU. Under such situations, we have begun to apply brain science to brain health for the first time in the world.
Through these activities, we have realized the international standardization of the brain health management index named “BHQ (Brain Healthcare Quotient)” to evaluate various products and services. Furthermore, we are currently trying to reconstruct all aspects of life such as eating, exercising, housing, cities, leisure and tourism from the viewpoint of brain health using BHQ.
Accordingly, in cities, we are aiming not only for convenience but also for human centric societies from smart cities to smart brain cities.

14:40-15:20

City of Lahti – European Green Capital 2021

Mr. Pekka Timonen
City of Lahti

City of Lahti – European Green Capital 2021

Thursday, October 3 14:40-15:201F Seminar venue(2)

Mr. Pekka Timonen

Mayor, City of Lahti

Mr. Pekka Timonen

City of Lahti – European Green Capital 2021
Lahti’s strength in the competition was its ability to produce applicable environmental solutions for other cities and for various conditions. Lahti’s innovations in circular economy, good examples in water conservation, and its communal zoning scheme are solutions that can be easily used elsewhere.
Lahti will become carbon neutral already in 2025 as the first major city in Finland. Lahti made a major energy transformation and stopped using coal at the beginning of April. Lahti is spending approximately EUR 180 million on an environmentally friendly bioenergy plant. Lahti is also the first city in the world to launch a personal traffic emissions trading scheme for residents in autumn 2019.

15:30-16:10

Realization of safe and secure transportation with the new mini vehicles Initiatives for industry-university joint research

Mr. Masatoshi Tashiro
DAIHATSU MOTOR CO.,LTD.

Realization of safe and secure transportation with the new mini vehicles Initiatives for industry-university joint research

Thursday, October 3 15:30-16:101F Seminar venue(2)

Mr. Masatoshi Tashiro

Chief Engineer, Product Planning Div, DAIHATSU MOTOR CO.,LTD.

Mr. Masatoshi Tashiro

Since its founding, Daihatsu has been particular about small car making that are loved around the world. DNGA (Daihatsu New Global Architecture), which is car manufacturing reviewing from common sense,make rapid progress in small car making.
The first DNGA Tanto features not only the high basic performance realized with the newly developed platform, but also the “Miracle Walk-Through Package” that makes it easy to get on and off safely.
It has also “next-generation smart assist”, which is the combination of advanced safety technology (called“Smart Assist”) and driving support function.
In addition, Daihatsu is trying to evolve its brand through “Monozukuri” and “Kotozukuri” and we tackled the task about “Monozukuri” and “Kotozukuri”for realizing the support of independence of the elderly and the prevention of nursing care.
As a result, we developed new equipment that can reduce the physical burden on the elderly when they get on and off the car.

13:00-13:40

The speech is canceled due to unexpected reason.

Smart City: Ai and Cyborg

Thursday, October 3 13:00-13:401F Seminar venue(3)

Prof. Toru Takahashi

Professor, Waseda University

Prof. Toru Takahashi

Nowadays, there is no day when we don’t see news about artificial intelligence.In the future, artificial intelligence will be incorporated into the IoT.In this way, people will continue to be supported by technology.The external enviroment is covered more and more by technology.Smart City is technologization of the external environment.Along with these changes, people will stop doing what is natural to them, and their internal environement will be technologized.It’s like people turn into cyborgs like in the world of “Ghost in the shell”It is cyborgs that live in smart cities.

13:50-14:30

Startups Create New Industries

Prof. Eiichi Yamaguchi
Kyoto University

Startups Create New Industries

Thursday, October 3 13:50-14:301F Seminar venue(3)

Prof. Eiichi Yamaguchi

Professor, Kyoto University

Prof. Eiichi Yamaguchi

Japan’s science and high-tech industry, which led the world as a “science and technology nation” in the late twentieth century, suddenly began to decline in the 21st century.
Loss of innovations which did not only lead to economic stagnation, but also had a major impact on society, such as the nuclear power plant accident.
What happened?
The reasons for this are not only the neglect of basic research by companies, but also the failure of science and innovation policies, which is elucidated from the comparison with the United States, which has succeeded in supporting ventures.
Next, the principles of innovation from science discovery shall be clarified, and specific prescriptions for Japan’s science and innovation recovery will be presented.
In addition, we discuss the absence of innovation sommeliers (e.g., program directors) and the lack of innovators (venture entrepreneurs) and demonstrate that startups create new industries.

14:40-16:10

Shaping the Future through the International Institute for Advanced Studies(IIAS)

Prof. Hiroshi Matsumoto
Prof. Tateo Arimoto
Prof. Takamitsu Sawa
Prof. Shigeru Takami
IIAS

Shaping the Future through the International Institute for Advanced Studies (IIAS)

Proposal from the field of technology and international -Redesigning science & technology and local society at the age of SDGs –

Proposal from the field of social science and economic – Challenging the 4th Industrial Revolution –

Proposal from the field of education and cultural science – Local promotion plan based on education with local resident’s participation –

Thursday, October 3 14:40-16:101F Seminar venue(3)

Prof. Hiroshi Matsumoto

Director, IIAS
President, RIKEN

Prof. Tateo Arimoto

Vice Director, IIAS
Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies

Prof. Takamitsu Sawa

Vice Director, IIAS
Professor emeritus, Kyoto University

Prof. Shigeru Takami

Vice Director, IIAS
President, Kyoto Koka Women’s University

Prof. Hiroshi Matsumoto
Prof. Hiroshi Matsumoto
Prof. Tateo Arimoto
Prof. Tateo Arimoto
Prof. Takamitsu Sawa
Prof. Takamitsu Sawa
Prof. Shigeru Takami
Prof. Shigeru Takami

The International Institute for Advanced Studies(IIAS) was founded in Kansai Science City in 1984 as an institute with the mission of “conducting research for the future and happiness of mankind”. At this session, we will discuss issues such as, “Redesigning science & technology and local society at the age of SDGs”, “Challenging the 4th Industrial Revolution”, “Local promotion plan based on education with local resident’s participation”. We will thoroughly discuss these efforts in a panel discussion format, and set a new direction for IIAS based on the conclusions.

10:30-16:10

Kyoto Smartcity Promotion Association Presents:
D-Stand×University Students Ideathon 2019

Kyoto Smartcity Promotion Association Presents:
D-Stand×University Students Ideathon 2019

Thursday, October 3 10:30-16:10Seika Creaters’ Incubation Center

Hosting an ideathon by university students in Kyoto on ideas for use of D-Stand (digital signage) installed in Kyoto Prefecture Area!

13:00-16:10

Hosted by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications FY2019 IoT Design Hub (Regional IoT Network)

LINCS

Hosted by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications FY2019 IoT Design Hub (Regional IoT Network)

Thursday, October 3 13:00-16:10Seika Creaters’ Incubation Center

LINCS

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Friday, October 4

2F
 Main Hall*

2F
 Theater*

1F
 Seminar venue(1)

1F
 Seminar venue(2)*

1F
 Seminar venue(3)

2F
 Local Government Program Venue

Seika Creaters’ Incubation Center

10:00
11:00
12:00
13:00
14:00
15:00
16:00

10:30-11:10

Commemorative Lecture

Mr. Marc Einstein
ITR Corporation

Commemorative Lecture

Create new society by advanced technology

Friday, October 4 10:30-11:102F Main Hall

Mr. Marc Einstein

Chief Analyst, ITR Corporation (Official Adviser of Accident Zero Forum)

Mr. Marc Einstein

Introducing a brand new to market science, viewed in the eyes of worldwide IoT / 5G expert, Marc Einstein, who participated in numerous advanced international projects, as a leading, emerging technology. Marc will also present his unique image of near future society and how it will change this real world by using new technologies in practical scenarios. At the end of presentation, Marc will introduce a new project to promote QOL for elder-drivers, which has just started operation in Seika-cho of Kyoto Pref. Marc is also an official adviser of Jiko-Zero Forum.

11:20-12:00

Keynote Lecture

Mr. Yuji Yamaga
Dassault Systèmes K.K.

Keynote Lecture

INDUSTRY RENAISSANCE
— Sustainable Innovation and Sustainable Business for a Sustainable World

Friday, October 4 11:20-12:002F Main Hall

Mr. Yuji Yamaga

President, Managing Director, Dassault Systèmes K.K.

Mr. Yuji Yamaga

Industry Renaissance extends beyond digitalization to the emergence of new players and new categories of solutions, processes and services. In the manufacturing industry, innovation centered on customer experience is progressing. In the field of mobility, new smart mobility services are being developed one after another, instead of traditional automobiles. Also cities around the world are committed to the smart city policies and trying to collect and analyze big data to create a sustainable world. The speaker will introduce the roles of leading-edge 3D and simulation technologies played for these transformations, and the actual case studies.

13:00-13:40

MaaS Symposium
[Keynote Lecture]

Mr. Sampo Hietanen
MaaS Global Ltd

MaaS Symposium

Keynote Lecture

Mobility as a Service – The End of Car Ownership?

Friday, October 4 13:00-13:402F Main Hall

Mr. Sampo Hietanen

CEO, MaaS Global Ltd

Mr. Sampo Hietanen

Whim mobile service is changing the way world moves. Mr. Hietanen will present how data and the manners consumers want to buy mobility services drive change, and what kind of impact these trends will have to the people, mobility industry and to cities.

13:40-14:20

MaaS Symposium
[Keynote Lecture]

Mr. Shigetaka Murase
WILLER, Inc.

MaaS Symposium

Keynote Lecture

Changing lifestyles-WILLERS MaaS
Create fulfilling society by changing transportation to service

Friday, October 4 13:40-14:202F Main Hall

Mr. Shigetaka Murase

CEO, WILLER, Inc.

Mr. Shigetaka Murase

Development of society has been brought about by transportation innovation. Innovations of farming and industrial innovations have been spread thanks to transportation innovation. It is said that today we face “once-in-a-century transportation innovation” and society is about to make a big transition. By utilizing cutting-edge technologies, transportation services which are not only easy and convenient but also comfortable are arising. They can change experiences we have had until today. In this session, WILLER, who is providing with knowhow of transportation operation which enables safety and hospitality fostered in Japan and transportation solution which utilizes advanced technologies, will talk about how transportation should exist in society from now on based on their cases of MaaS being developed globally such as in Kyoto Tango area, Eastern Hokkaido and Singapore.

14:25-15:20

MaaS Symposium [Talk Session]

Mr. Sampo Hietanen
MaaS Global Ltd

Mr. Shigetaka Murase
WILLER, Inc.

Mr. Luis Fernandez Gómez
Barcelona City Council

Prof. Sebastien Tremblay
Laval University

Mr. Noriaki Natsume
Kyoto University Original Co., Ltd.

MaaS Symposium

Talk Session

How MaaS will change our future?

Friday, October 4 14:25-15:202F Main Hall

Mr. Sampo Hietanen

CEO, MaaS Global Ltd

Mr. Shigetaka Murase

CEO, WILLER, Inc.

Mr. Luis Fernandez Gómez

Strategic Project Director B:SM SA, Barcelona City Council

Prof. Sebastien Tremblay

Director, Joint Research Unit in Urban Sciences, Laval University

Mr. Noriaki Natsume

Consultant, Kyoto University Original Co., Ltd.

Mr. Sampo Hietanen
Mr. Sampo Hietanen
Mr. Shigetaka Murase
Mr. Shigetaka Murase
Mr. Luis Fernandez Gomez
Mr. Luis Fernandez Gómez
Prof. Sebastien Tremblay
Prof. Sebastien Tremblay
Mr. Noriaki Natsume
Mr. Noriaki Natsume

15:30-16:10

FIWARE : Fueling city’s growth strategies toward smart economies
– Advanced smart city cases and global coalition toward interoperability –

Mr. Juanjo Hierro
FIWARE Foundation

FIWARE : Fueling city’s growth strategies toward smart economies
– Advanced smart city cases and global coalition toward interoperability –

Friday, October 4 15:30-16:102F Main Hall

Mr. Juanjo Hierro

CTO, FIWARE Foundation

Mr. Juanjo Hierro

Digital is changing our world – Digital will be faster, stronger and cheaper.
Making a city truly “smart” means turning a city into a platform of growth for innovation, economic development and well-being. By adopting common standards and information models, cities can achieve this transformation with minimum impact, merging forces to build an ecosystem where they can connect and collaborate.
FIWARE is open source. It helps cities to avoid vendor lock-in and protect their investment. It provides access to context information describing what is going on in the city in right-time and on a large scale. This data is accessible through a standard open API independently from the source of information. FIWARE is driving key standards to break information silos, integrating all vertical systems within the city into a horizontal platform for integrated city management. It has therefore become the “de-facto” standard adopted by 140+ cities from 27 countries across the globe.

16:20-17:00

The National Sports Agreement:
A new radical and integrated Dutch approach to make sport accessible for everyone and a catalyst for sustainable development.

Mr. Bartel Berkhout
SPORTSINQ

The National Sports Agreement:
A new radical and integrated Dutch approach to make sport accessible for everyone and a catalyst for sustainable development.

Friday, October 4 16:20-17:002F Main Hall

Mr. Bartel Berkhout

CEO, SPORTSINQ

Mr. Bartel Berkhout

More than 9.4 million Dutch people engage in sport every week. There are 26,000 sports clubs and 6,000 businesses offering sports and exercise services, thanks to the involvement of hundreds of thousands of volunteers. In all: The Dutch sports infrastructure and culture is unique in the world.
However, success is not a given. Although things are going well, at the same time there are concerns and wishes. Children’s motor skills have declined and there are groups of (elderly) people who never engage in sport. Sports facilities often stand idle and the traditional sports clubs are experiencing declining numbers of members and volunteers.
That is why the Minister of Sport, municipalities, social organizations and sports federations (NOC*NSF) have joined forces. These parties have signed an unique National Sports Agreement together with the major cities, provincial governments, numerous social organizations and companies. For the first time in history.

13:00-15:20

Second Global Innovation and Industrialization Summit toward SDGs among ASEAN, IORA and JAPAN (GIIS AIJ) 2019
– for Collaborative Global Innovation and Industrialization toward SDGs –

RDMM Promotion Center Public Foundation of Kansai Research Institute
Keypersons from Keihanna, Japan, Kingdom of Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Brunei, Taiwan, Australia

16:00- Business Matching Meeting at 2F Guidance Room

Second Global Innovation and Industrialization Summit toward SDGs among ASEAN, IORA and JAPAN (GIIS AIJ) 2019
– for Collaborative Global Innovation and Industrialization toward SDGs –

Friday, October 4 13:00-15:202F Theater

RDMM Promotion Center Public Foundation of Kansai Research Institute
Keypersons from Keihanna, Japan, Kingdom of Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Brunei, Taiwan, Australia

16:00- Business Matching Meeting at 2F Guidance Room

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15:30-16:10

Harnessing the Power of Technology for Gross National Happiness – the Case Study of Thimphu TechPark, Bhutan’s first IT Park.

Dr. Tshering Cigay Dorji
Thimphu TechPark Ltd.

Harnessing the Power of Technology for Gross National Happiness – the Case Study of Thimphu TechPark, Bhutan’s first IT Park.

Friday, October 4 15:30-16:102F Theater

Dr. Tshering Cigay Dorji

Chief Executive Officer, Thimphu TechPark Ltd.

Dr. Tshering Cigay Dorji

Thimphu TechPark, Bhutan’s first Technology Park, which was built in 2012, has been at the forefront of bringing international IT companies to Bhutan and promoting the use of technologies to solve local problems such as youth unemployment and improving public service delivery. Thimphu TechPark now has 11 international companies including one from Japan employing around 700 Bhutanese youth in total. This presentation by the Chief Executive Officer of Thimphu TechPark, who has studied in Tokushima University for 5.5 years, will highlight his experiences of living in and learning from Japan, and how he uses those learnings, in his current role, to achieve Bhutan’s development goal of Gross National Happiness by harnessing the power of technologies.

16:20-17:00

How Can a Smart City Save Japanese Ghost Towns? – Case Study from Australia

Prof. Garry M. Bickle
GMBPGM tEChOvision

How Can a Smart City Save Japanese Ghost Towns? – Case Study from Australia

Friday, October 4 16:20-17:002F Theater

Prof. Garry M. Bickle

Founder, Owner, GMBPGM tEChOvision

Prof. Garry M. Bickle

Prof. Bickle will provide through starters and successful example of how an Aussie ghost town turned themselves into a Smart Town. What do Japanese ghost towns need to do?

13:30-14:30

Photocatalysis,present and future

Prof. Akira Fujishima
Tokyo University of Science

Photocatalysis,present and future

Friday, October 4 13:30-14:301F Seminar venue(1)

Prof. Akira Fujishima

Professor Honor, Tokyo University of Science

Prof. Akira Fujishima

Photocatalysts are the most advanced technology that uses solar energy that reaches the Earth every day to clean the air, and is active in all aspects of our daily lives, including anti-fouling and anti-fogging, water purification, and antimicrobial and sterilization.
In addition, technology that generates hydrogen energy from solar energy and water through artificial photosynthesis is being put into practical use around the world, and this technology is attracting attention as it supports a sustainable society.
In the seminar, we will talk about the potential of photocatalysts, ranging from practical examples of photocatalysts to the state of research and development around the world, and the future society in which photocatalysts such as next-generation artificial photosynthesis are pioneering.

14:40-16:10

Japanese culture as a resource of Innovation and urban development

Study Group for Creation of Japanese Culture
〈Representative〉
Dr. Sei-ichi Nishimoto
〈member〉
Dr. Seiji Kumagai
Prof. Dr. Yoshito Takahashi
Prof. Yosihiko Tokumaru
Prof. Makoto Nagao

Study Group for Creation of Japanese Culture
Panel discussion “Japanese culture as a resource of Innovation and urban development”

Friday, October 4 14:40-16:101F Seminar venue(1)

〈Representative〉
Dr. Sei-ichi Nishimoto

Chairman, Kyoto Municipal Institute of Industrial Technology and Culture
Chairman, Advanced Science, Technology & Management Research Institute of KYOTO (ASTEM)
Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University

〈member〉
Dr. Seiji Kumagai

Associate Professor, Kokoro Research Center (Kyoto University)

Prof. Dr. Yoshito Takahashi

Professor Doctor, Heian Jogakuin (St. Agnes’) University
Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University

Prof. Yosihiko Tokumaru

Professor, Seitoku University
Professor Emeritus, Ochanomizu University

Prof. Makoto Nagao

Academic Advisor, International Institute for Advanced Studies
Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University

Dr. Sei-ichi Nishimoto
Dr. Sei-ichi Nishimoto
Dr. Seiji Kumagai
Dr. Seiji Kumagai
Prof. Dr. Yoshito Takahashi
Prof. Dr. Yoshito Takahashi
Prof. Yosihiko Tokumaru
Prof. Yosihiko Tokumaru
Prof. Makoto Nagao
Prof. Makoto Nagao

For the Kansai Culture and Science City (abbreviated as Keihanna Science City), science and technology and academic research are not the only missions.
Since Kyoto has been the center of culture for a long time, shouldn’t it be possible to build a framework of urban development which has its foundation in culture and create new things and services which are related to Japanese culture and are suitable to Kyoto?
Culture has been left behind through the course of post-war economic development, but in order to re-evaluate and re-utilize this “culture”, Keihanna Science City was developed. This is to be understood by its official name “Kansai Culture and Science City”.
Keihanna Science City wants to send a message from Kyoto, which is leading in “Culture”. As of today, we must build a new era beyond the progressive view of history.
We will discuss how to do this and what the capability to utilize culture is.

16:20-17:00

Interactive City : Physical city in a virtual age

Mr. Takehiko Iseki
Zaha Hadid Architects

Interactive City : Physical city in a virtual age

Friday, October 4 16:20-17:001F Seminar venue(1)

Mr. Takehiko Iseki

Lead Architect, Zaha Hadid Architects

Mr. Takehiko Iseki

13:50-14:30

What is the vision for Japan’s revival through Problem-Resolving Entertainment pursued by 1→10 Inc.?

Mr. Yoshiaki Sawabe
1→10,Inc.

What is the vision for Japan’s revival through Problem-Resolving Entertainment pursued by 1→10 Inc.?

Friday, October 4 13:50-14:301F Seminar venue(2)

Mr. Yoshiaki Sawabe

Chief Executive Officer, 1→10,Inc.

Mr. Yoshiaki Sawabe

1→10 Inc. is promoting the Japanesk Project, which utilizes unique venues such as the former Shiba Palace Gift Garden and parasport-themed entertainment content.
I would like to talk to you about the idea of how to transform the leisure society of the 21st century into value by using the power of entertainment.

13:00-13:40

Understand Smart Cities from most recent examples of the UK and International Standards

Mr. Hiroshi Nishinaka
BSI Group Japan K.K.

Understand Smart Cities from most recent examples of the UK and International Standards

Friday, October 4 13:00-13:401F Seminar venue(2)

Mr. Hiroshi Nishinaka

Director, Certification Division, BSI Group Japan K.K.

Mr. Hiroshi Nishinaka

In the UK, where BSI belongs, smart cities are based not simply on technology itself, but on a more integrated approach that focuses on what technology is used to develop efficient and effective cities.
On the other hand, in Japan, there is a growing demand for a review of the definition of smart cities, as there is a product-based concept of how to use products and services to develop smart cities.
Based on BSI’s experience in developing standards and guidelines related to smart cities, this year’s report provides visitors with easy-to-understand explanations of information aimed at developing more effective smart cities and the definition of smart cities.

14:40-15:20

Digital Commons : a new way of public/private co-building

Mr. Benjamin Jean
INNO3

Digital Commons : a new way of public/private co-building

Friday, October 4 14:40-15:201F Seminar venue(2)

Mr. Benjamin Jean

CEO, INNO3

Mr. Benjamin Jean

Commons refer to resources collectively produced and / or maintained by a community of actors and governed by rules ensuring its collective and shared dimension. Renewed in the digital age, commons now represent an innovative and stable manner of strengthening the territorial action of public and private organizations. This presentation will be based on feedback from European initiatives produced and governed under the status or real «digital commons».

15:30-16:10

Closing the Gap.

Mr. Hans Niendieker
IVIDO

Closing the Gap.

Friday, October 4 15:30-16:101F Seminar venue(2)

Mr. Hans Niendieker

CEO, IVIDO

Mr. Hans Niendieker

The Gap between the increasing care demand and the availability of caregivers is growing fast. We have to find different solutions on organisational, ICT and finance levels. The Netherlands is making a shift from market driven healthcare to a collaborative care model ‘the right care in the right place’. Interoperability of ICT and the right of having access to your health data are important conditions.

16:20-17:00

How to integrate latest IT technologies such as IoT, ABC (AI, Big Data and Cloud computing) in the design of Smart City and Smart Park

Dr. Joohwan Noh
SDPlex Co., Ltd.

How to integrate latest IT technologies such as IoT, ABC (AI, Big Data and Cloud computing) in the design of Smart City and Smart Park

Friday, October 4 16:20-17:001F Seminar venue(2)

Dr. Joohwan Noh

CEO, SDPlex Co., Ltd.

Dr. Joohwan Noh

How to integrate latest IT technologies such as IoT, ABC (AI, Big Data and Cloud computing) in the design of Smart City and Smart Park. Key considerations to share among public and private organizations involved in the project.

13:00-15:20

Union Of Kansai Governments Forum “Thinking about the next generation mobility society and the role of local governments”

Mr. Shinichiro Fujiki
Tottori prefecture

Mr. Masaki Aota
KYOTO MIYAMA TOURISM ASSOCIATION

Mr. Yoshinobu Sato
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

Ms. Sayuri Noji
THE KANSAI ELECTRIC POWER CO.,INC.

Ms. Yuko Sakai
TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION

Mr. Kazuyuki Iwata
Honda R&D Co., Ltd.

Mr. Hiroshi Horie
Nissan Motor Co. Ltd

Mr. Kazuaki Iwamoto
MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION

Ms. Atsuko Oka
NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CORPORATION

Union Of Kansai Governments Forum “Thinking about the next generation mobility society and the role of local governments”

Friday, October 4 13:00-15:201F Seminar venue(3)

Tottori Prefecture’s efforts for a next-generation mobility society
Mr. Shinichiro Fujiki

General manager, Tottori prefecture

Utilization of mobility and problem in Miyama-city − Considered from the angle of the− sightseeing –
Mr. Masaki Aota

Secretary General, KYOTO MIYAMA TOURISM ASSOCIATION

The situation surrounding the automobile industry and the policy direction against electrification
Mr. Yoshinobu Sato

Deputy Director, Automotive Industrial Strategy Office, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

VPP demonstration project using EV
Ms. Sayuri Noji

General Manager, Community Energy Division, THE KANSAI ELECTRIC POWER CO.,INC.

Toyota’s challenge for Electrified Vehicles
Ms. Yuko Sakai

Project Manager, Tokyo Engineering Div., TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION

Honda’s Activity toward the Society of EV utilization
Mr. Kazuyuki Iwata

Operating Officer, (Chief Officer of Energy Management, Life Creation Center) Honda R&D Co., Ltd.

Expanding Social Eco-System with EV and its onboard Battery
Mr. Hiroshi Horie

General Manager, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd

Moving on to the DENDO DRIVE World
Mr. Kazuaki Iwamoto

Executive Officer, Division General Manager, Product Strategy Div., MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION

NTT Group’s Efforts to Promote EV
Ms. Atsuko Oka

Senior Vice President, Head of Technology Planning Member of the Board, NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CORPORATION

Mr. Shinichiro Fujiki
Mr. Shinichiro Fujiki
Mr. Masaki Aota
Mr. Masaki Aota
Mr. Yoshinobu Sato
Mr. Yoshinobu Sato
Ms. Yuko Sakai
Ms. Yuko Sakai
Mr. Kazuyuki Iwata
Mr. Kazuyuki Iwata
Mr. Hiroshi Horie
Mr. Hiroshi Horie
Mr. Kazuaki Iwamoto
Mr. Kazuaki Iwamoto
Ms. Atsuko Oka
Ms. Atsuko Oka

15:30-16:10

Smart City @Tokyo Bay Area

Ph.D Ichiya Nakamura
Keio University Graduate School

Smart City @Tokyo Bay Area

Friday, October 4 15:30-16:101F Seminar venue(3)

Ph.D Ichiya Nakamura

Professor, Keio University Graduate School Of Media Design, Keio University

Ph.D Ichiya Nakamura

“CiP”, Content Innovation Program, is a plan for creating Tech and Pop city at Takeshiba district in Tokyo bay area that will open in 2020. R&D, education, incubation, and business matching are its mission. Sixty companies and institutes including Stanford University are working on. A series of high technology will be introduced including robots, tele-existence, drone, smart mobility, huge public viewing, AI, information bank, etc.

16:20-17:00

Promotion of “Consumer Data Marketing”

Mr. Masato Aoki
Hakuhodo DY holdings Inc.

Promotion of “Consumer Data Marketing”

Friday, October 4 16:20-17:001F Seminar venue(3)

Mr. Masato Aoki

General Manager, Marketing Technology Development Division, Hakuhodo DY holdings Inc.

Mr. Masato Aoki

The “era of data” in which data influences industrial competitiveness is approaching, and the necessity of data collaboration among enterprises, the public, and private sectors has been called for by policies such as “Society 5.0” and “Connected Industries.” At the same time, the utilization of data has not progressed beyond expectations due to issues of personal information and privacy protection.
With 365 days x 360 degrees of data available to consumers, we will introduce the Hakuhodo DY Group’s initiatives in terms of how to integrate data safely and securely, and how to utilize the collected data for corporate activities and solving social issues.

10:00-16:10

Mobility Hackathon
~ Super League for Community Development from age of 3

Mr. Kei Hayase
Ms. Elisabeth Fellner
Ms. Naoko Machiguchi
PwC Consulting LLC

Mobility Hackathon
~ Super League for Community Development from age of 3

Friday, October 4 10:00-16:10Seika Creaters’ Incubation Center

〈Supervisor〉Mr. Kei Hayase

Partner, PwC Consulting LLC

〈Ambassador〉Ms. Elisabeth Fellner

Senior Associate, PwC Consulting LLC

〈Facilitator〉Ms. Naoko Machiguchi

Associate, PwC Consulting LLC

Mr. Kei Hayase
Mr. Kei Hayase
Ms. Elisabeth Fellner
Ms. Elisabeth Fellner
Ms. Naoko Machiguchi
Ms. Naoko Machiguchi