TRON SYMPOSIUM

Schedule of Technical Sessions

A keynote speech by Ken Sakamura, TRON Project Leader, other sessions which provide the latest information and tutorials will be scheduled during the exhibition.
The schedule for speeches and sessions are as follows.

Participation in speeches and sessions is free.
However, seat reservation is required. (*)
If you already have a visitor ID, press "Register for this session" button for each speech and session which you plan to attend.
If you do not have a visitor ID yet, register your profile on the Pre-registration page.

The schedule for speeches/sessions is subject to change without notice.

† "Pre-registration" is required for seat reservation.
† You can not stand in the theater. All sessions will be broadcast online. Pre-registrants can access the broadcast.


Wednesday, December 09

Opening Session
[Venue] Theater 1+2
Date:
2020/12/09 09:30 - 10:00
Content:
At the start of 2020 TRON Symposium (TRONSHOW), TRON Project leader, Ken Sakamura summarizes the themes of this symposium, and invites the distinguished guests to speak briefly.

Coordinator:
Ken Sakamura (Dean of INIAD, Toyo University / Director of YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory)

Presenters:
Ryota Takeda (Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC)) (remote attendance)
Hideo Onishi (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT)) (remote attendance)
Kei Sato (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)) (remote attendance)
Akira Sakakibara (Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Japan Co., Ltd. / President, Microsoft Development Co., Ltd.) (remote attendance) →Profile
Ikuya Kawasaki (President and Representative Director, Infineon Technologies Japan K.K.) (remote attendance) →Profile

† Simultaneous Interpretation
The original talk and simultaneous translation are fed on the separate stereo channel. If you would like to listen to only one of them, listen to the single channel.

† This session is broadcast via 2020 TRON Symposium Online site (requires pre-registration).


Ken Sakamura
Ryota Takeda
Hideo Onishi
Kei Sato
Akira Sakakibara
Ikuya Kawasaki

Wednesday, December 09

Keynote Speech: New Normal
[Venue] Theater 1+2
Date:
2020/12/09 10:30 - 12:00
Content:
─ 2020 TRON Project and the Future Outlook
TRON Project leader, Ken Sakamura, gives a talk on the current activities of the project in 2020 such as open API collaboration architecture (IoT-Aggregator), open data, the IoT, embedded system, ubiquitous ID and fostering of human resources, and the outlook for the age of New Normal.

Presenters:
Ken Sakamura (Dean of INIAD, Toyo University / Director of YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory)

† Simultaneous Interpretation

Few

† This session is broadcast via 2020 TRON Symposium Online site (requires pre-registration).


Ken Sakamura

Wednesday, December 09

Open Smart UR Session: "From Smart Home to Smart City"
[Venue] Theater 1+2
Date:
2020/12/09 13:30 - 14:30
Content:
Open Smart UR Study Group, which researches future housing complex design based on the popularization of ICT technologies such as the IoT and AI, has been established. It has started with participation of 61 companies related to ICT, construction, housing components and equipment, insurance, security, infrastructure, public transportation, etc. The concept, activities and objectives of the Study Group such as establishing housing OS for coordinating services in our living space are introduced, and ideal future housing complex is discussed.

Coordinator:
Ken Sakamura (Dean of INIAD, Toyo University / Director of YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory)

Presenters:
Mitsunori Ogami (Urban Renaissance Agency)
Tachio Kuwabara (Urban Renaissance Agency)

† Simultaneous Interpretation
The original talk and simultaneous translation are fed on the separate stereo channel. If you would like to listen to only one of them, listen to the single channel.

Few

† This session is broadcast via 2020 TRON Symposium Online site (requires pre-registration).


Ken Sakamura
Mitsunori Ogami
Tachio Kuwabara

Wednesday, December 09

ICT's Role in "New Normal"
[Venue] Theater 1+2
Date:
2020/12/09 15:00 - 16:30
Content:
The world has been forced to change due to the measures to combat COVID-19 such as avoiding the three Cs (Crowded places, Close-contact settings and Confined and enclosed spaces). An end to the epidemic is not in sight. Even if effective vaccine is successfully developed for COVID-19, people are worried about worse pandemics such as that of "bird flu," etc. "New Normal" for social robustness in the future is a big issue. How world-leading ICT operators tackle such issues is presented, and then the panel discusses what ICT should do and what it can do.

Coordinator:
Ken Sakamura (Dean of INIAD, Toyo University / Director of YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory)

Presenters:
Makoto Ohno (Intel Corporation)
Yutaka Ukegawa (NEC Corporation)
Kenzaburo Tamaru (Microsoft Japan Co., Ltd.)

† Simultaneous Interpretation
The original talk and simultaneous translation are fed on the separate stereo channel. If you would like to listen to only one of them, listen to the single channel.

† This session is broadcast via 2020 TRON Symposium Online site (requires pre-registration).


Ken Sakamura
Makoto Ohno
Yutaka Ukegawa
Kenzaburo Tamaru


Thursday, December 10

Public Transportation Open Data in New Normal
[Venue] Theater 1
Date:
2020/12/10 10:30 - 12:00
Content:
Association for Open Data of Public Transportation has been providing a variety of data via Open Data Center for Public Transportation established in 2019. The Association aims to makes the center the data collaboration platform which connects many public transportation operators and data users. Various types of real-time services have been provided by many ICT operators using data from the center. The current state of data platform, public transportation operators and ICT operators, future activities and outlook in New Normal age are discussed.

Coordinator:
Ken Sakamura (Dean of INIAD, Toyo University / Director of YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory)

Presenters:
Isao Sato (East Japan Railway Company)
Justyna Swiatkowska (Strategic Partner Development Manager, Global Product Partnerships (GEO), Google Japan G.K.)

† Simultaneous Interpretation
The original talk and simultaneous translation are fed on the separate stereo channel. If you would like to listen to only one of them, listen to the single channel.

Reservation Full
This session is full. You can not stand inside the session venue (theater).

† This session is broadcast via 2020 TRON Symposium Online site (requires pre-registration).


Ken Sakamura
Isao Sato
Justyna Swiatkowska

Thursday, December 10

Building OS and Application ── Flexibility Changes the New Normal Age into Business Opportunities
[Venue] Theater 1
Date:
2020/12/10 13:00 - 14:00
Content:
The principle of smart building construction proposed by TRON Project is to create a control platform for smart buildings that collects the behavior of building equipment, environment, energy consumption and people into the cloud by using the IoT technology. This is called building OS likened to the OS in the IT industry. Deep level discussion of building OS is presented, and the representative of Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd., which has been deploying the Tenant Office H¹O series that has adopted building OS, introduces, using some use cases, how the concept of building OS can be used to evolve service applications.

Coordinator:
Tatsushi Morokuma (Ubiquitous Computing Technology Corporation)

Presenters:
Atsumu Iwamura (Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd.)

† Simultaneous Interpretation
The original talk and simultaneous translation are fed on the separate stereo channel. If you would like to listen to only one of them, listen to the single channel.

† This session is broadcast via 2020 TRON Symposium Online site (requires pre-registration).


Tatsushi Morokuma
Atsumu Iwamura

Thursday, December 10

Infineon Technologies Session: Sensor Systems that Support Smart City
[Venue] Theater 1
Date:
2020/12/10 15:00 - 16:30
Content:
Big cities continue to attract people in search of better living, and keeps on developing and growing. More efficient, eco-friendly, safe and comfort infrastructure is in demand. Sensor system technology is an essential element to realize smart cities and to provide best quality of living experience. Processing the data collected by sensors in the cloud, sensor system technology contributes to convenient, safe and comfortable home living, highly convenient autonomous driving, safety and comfort in a car and mobility in smart city in general. Sensor system technology that uses semiconductor solution is introduced, and expected applications to realize smart cities are discussed.

Coordinator:
Ken Sakamura (Dean of INIAD, Toyo University / Director of YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory)

Presenters:
Takashi Goto (Infineon Technologies Japan K.K.)
Tatsushi Morokuma (Ubiquitous Computing Technology Corporation)

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† This session is broadcast via 2020 TRON Symposium Online site (requires pre-registration).


Ken Sakamura
Takashi Goto
Tatsushi Morokuma

Thursday, December 10

µT-Kernel 3.0, International Standard Real-time OS for IoT Edge Nodes
[Venue] Theater 2
Date:
2020/12/10 10:15 - 11:45
Content:
The source code of "µT-Kernel 3.0" has been released for various types of microprocessors. "µT-Kernel 3.0" is the latest version of TRON real-time OS which conforms to "IEEE 2050-2018" Standard for IoT edge nodes. Microprocessors, boards, their related software, development environment, etc. for µT-Kernel 3.0 are also available. Major vendors present the latest information on products that support µT-Kernel such as microprocessors, boards, software and development environment, and the transition method from µITRON to µT-Kernel.

Coordinator:
Akira Matsui (Substitute chair of TRON Forum T3WG / Personal Media Corporation)

Presenters:
Yuichi Toyoyama (INIAD, Toyo University / Hitachi Solutions Technology, Ltd.)
Nobushige Hirosato (Toshiba Electronic Device Solutions Corporation)
Takatsugu Nemoto (Meico Electronic Co., Ltd.)
Fumio Hara (STMICROELECTRONICS K.K.)
Takeshi Inuo (Shimafuji Electric Inc.)
Hiroyuki Yamada (Ubiquitous Computing Technology Corporation)

† This session is broadcast via 2020 TRON Symposium Online site (requires pre-registration).


Akira Matsui
Yuichi Toyoyama
Nobushige Hirosato
Takatsugu Nemoto
Fumio Hara
Takeshi Inuo

Thursday, December 10

2020 TRON Symposium, Paper Session
[Venue] Online
Date:
2020/12/10 18:30 - 19:10
Content:
Fahim Khan (INIAD, Toyo University)
Proceedings (PDF)

Presenters:
Chair: Fahim Khan (INIAD, Toyo University)

Panelists:
Maria Teresa Andrade (University of Porto, Faculty of Engineering)
Ubiquitous Framework for High Quality audiovisual Production

† Held as on-line
The entire sessions including the presentations and Q&A are conducted in English.

* This session uses a conference system. So you need a SEPARATE registration to listen to this session. Please send an email with a subject line that contains the word "attend" to ts.papersession@gmail.com.
You will receive how to log into a conference system before the session starts.
We have adjusted the start time to accommodate different timezones. The start time has been shifted to 18:30 (Japan Standard Time, UTC +9). Your understanding is appreciated.


Friday, December 11

Intel Online Technology Session: The History and Future of Intel AI - The journey to AI
[Venue] Theater 1
Date:
2020/12/11 10:30 - 12:00
Content:
Intel has been conducting business activities with AI as one of its strategies, supports AI adoption and AI-based business solutions by user companies as well as strengthening its own hardware products such as CPU and software products. Intel's AI projects are overviewed by providing application examples of its partners Japan Systemware, and V-net AAEON.

Presenters:
Hiroshi Ouchiyama (Intel Corporation)
NIPPON SYSTEMWARE CO., LTD.
V-net AAEON Corporation Limited.

† This session is broadcast via 2020 TRON Symposium Online site (requires pre-registration).


Hiroshi Ouchiyama

Friday, December 11

Recurrent Education at INIAD
[Venue] Theater 1
Date:
2020/12/11 13:00 - 14:30
Content:
The recent rapid evolution of ICT has affected many fields. Technological infrastructure which allows companies to resolve issues quickly by utilizing internal and external data has been developed by the deployment of high-speed ubiquitous network, popularization of cloud and maturation and democratization of artificial intelligence (AI) technology. On the other hand, fostering human resources with knowledge and skills to take advantage of such leading-edge technologies is a big issue.
Faculty of Information Networking for Innovation And Design (INIAD), Toyo University has been performing activities to meet the needs for recurrent education for working adults by utilizing its expertise on the leading-edge technologies developed by TRON Project. The current and future recurrent education projects at INIAD which encourage the DX of private sector and the society in Japan are presented.

Coordinator:
Ken Sakamura (Dean of INIAD, Toyo University / Director of YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory)

† This session is broadcast via 2020 TRON Symposium Online site (requires pre-registration).


Ken Sakamura

Friday, December 11

Pasco Session: 3D Space Information that Realizes Super City
[Venue] Theater 1
Date:
2020/12/11 15:00 - 16:30
Content:
Recently, advanced analysis and simulation that use geospatial Information have become possible thanks to the development of IoT technologies such as AI, big data analysis and sensors. People expect the creation of Digital Twin that creates facsimiles of objects in cities such as buildings and features as a whole in cyber space, and combines them with real-time dynamic data such as disaster, weather and people movement and static data on cities. Digital Twin can perform various types of simulations in cyber space, and feeds the result back to city planning, etc. in real world.
A wide range of activities from the collection of 3D spatial information to data management by cloud platform and data utilization are presented, and how 3D spatial information should contribute to the realization of super city is discussed.

Coordinator:
Ken Sakamura (Dean of INIAD, Toyo University / Director of YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory)

Presenters:
Katsunori Tachibana (PASCO CORPORATION)
Or Epstein (VP International Business Development, Skyline Software Systems, Inc. )→Profile
Seiya Hasegawa (Senior Manager, Business Development Department, SECOM CO., LTD.)

† Simultaneous Interpretation
The original talk and simultaneous translation are fed on the separate stereo channel. If you would like to listen to only one of them, listen to the single channel.

Reservation Full
This session is full. You can not stand inside the session venue (theater).

† This session is broadcast via 2020 TRON Symposium Online site (requires pre-registration).


Ken Sakamura
Katsunori Tachibana
Or Epstein
Seiya Hasegawa

Friday, December 11

kokosil: Activities for A New Style of Tourism and Regional Vitalization by Using ICT in the COVID-19 Age
[Venue] Theater 2
Date:
2020/12/11 10:15 - 11:45
Content:
The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the world, and damaged tourism and regional vitalization. A new approach is required in such fields. "kokosil®" has been introduced in about 65 regions and facilities in Japan as a service that provides information on tourism, local economical vitalization, etc. The key stakeholders in the regions which have adopted new approaches in the age of COVID-19 talk about their activities for a new style of tourism and vitalization of regional economy based on kokosil.

Coordinator:
Koji Minegishi (Manager, Ubiquitous Solutions Division, Ubiquitous Computing Technology Corporation)

Presenters:
Hideaki Ishikura (Shimane Prefectural Government.)
Kenta Seto (Gifu Ena Regional Branch Office)
Yota Sasaki (NICHIRYO BUSINESS CREATE Co.,Ltd.)

† This session is broadcast via 2020 TRON Symposium Online site (requires pre-registration).


Koji Minegishi
Hideaki Ishikura
Kenta Seto
Yota Sasaki

Friday, December 11

NEC Session: The Future Digital Government in Japan in Light of Use Cases Abroad
[Venue] Theater 2
Date:
2020/12/11 12:45 - 13:30
Content:
Realization of digital government that streamlines many administrative procedures is in demand in Japan so that Japan can continue to grow and increase its productivity and international competitiveness of the society as a whole. Currently, such procedures are handled mainly in the three analog styles such as face-to-face, affixing seal and signature and paper-based.
On the other hand, digitization of society as a whole has been already realized in many countries. Such procedures are introduced and future outlook of public administration is overviewed.

Coordinator:
Ken Sakamura (Dean of INIAD, Toyo University / Director of YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory)

Presenters:
Masami Komatsu (NEC Corporation)

† This session is broadcast via 2020 TRON Symposium Online site (requires pre-registration).


Ken Sakamura
Masami Komatsu

Friday, December 11

The Latest Open IoT Technology and Social Issue Solution with DX
[Venue] Theater 2
Date:
2020/12/11 14:45 - 16:15
Content:
Open IoT and Aggregate Computing find expanding applications in DX. Its latest development and applications in the fields of Open API collaboration, 5G, the use of big data, and cloud computing are presented. The current state of realizing low-carbon society, a very important social challenge, and of using distributed energy resources are explained, and then solution of social issues that utilize DX technologies are overviewed.

Coordinator:
Yutaka Tamanoi (Toshiba Electronic Device Solutions Corporation)

Presenters:
Ryosuke Fujioka (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry)
Masaaki Kishi (Ministry of the Environment)
Kenji Eda (Raul Inc.)
Sanshiro Fukao (ITOCHU Research lnstitute lnc.)
Yusuke Nomura (Microtech Laboratory Inc.)
Hiroaki Toyama (Toshiba Electronic Device Solutions Corporation)

Few

Yutaka Tamanoi
Masaaki Kishi
Kenji Eda
Sanshiro Fukao
Yusuke Nomura
Hiroaki Toyama