SMART FACTORY Expo NAGOYA Conference


Smart manufacturing technology conference. IoT solutions, AI and other smart manufacturing technologies will be addressed.

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Keynote Session Pre-registration Required

SFE-K September, 5 (Wed) 13:30  -  15:00

Global Data Linkage Brings New Innovation

  • English/Japanese

Denso Factory-IoT -- Human-Machine Co-creation for Innovative Manufacturing

Yasuhiko Yamazaki Executive Director, Production Innovation Center, Electronic Systems Business Group, Mobility Systems Business Group, DENSO Corp.

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A philosophy of manufacturing in DENSO, "Monozukuri is Hitozukuri", has not changed even in IoT era. The presentation shows DENSO's efforts to apply IoT, a new technology, to continuous growing capable GENBA to create new values and more KAIZEN ideas which inspire people working there. Through this human growth, DENSO aims to realize production innovation in a new era.
*Monozukuri is Hitozukuri: making good thing is same as developing people.

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Entered DENSO Corp. in 1986 with mission to develop the innovative production systems for DENSO's competitive products. Then served as a director of Safety and Driving manufacturing div. from 2009 and then as a president of DENSO Barcelona from 2011. Responsibility after returning back to Japan on 2013 was a director of Production Engineering dept. in the HQ and became Executive Director of the Production Innovation Center in 2014 to promote and lead the worldwide Dantotsu Factory projects like F-IoT project to renovate DENSO's production systems to the next generation.

Innovation of Manufacturing and the Value Chain Driven by Connectivity
-- Value Generation Accelerated by IoT Platform and Collaborative Creation

Jun Abe Vice President and Executive Officer, Chief Executive Officer, Industry and Distribution Business Unit, Hitachi, Ltd.

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As digitization progresses, a variety of data are linked and merged by connectivity which drives the business innovation that adds new value not only to the manufacturing process but also to the entire value chain. In this presentation, digitization strategies and case studies of collaborative creation using Hitachi's IoT platform Lumada in industrial fields will be shown.

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Mr. Jun Abe joined Hitachi, Ltd. in March 1984, after graduating from the Faculty of Economics, Fukushima University. He worked and engaged in the development, sales and maintenance support for middleware, such as database and storage management software at the Software Div.. He assumed the roles of Senior Vice President, Hitachi Data Systems Corp., in October 2007; General Manager of Software Div., Hitachi, Ltd. in April 2011; and Senior General Manager of Control System Platform Div. Group, Services & Platforms Business Unit, in April 2016. He has been in his current position since April 2018.

Special Session Pre-registration Required

SFE-S1 September, 6 (Thu) 15:30  -  17:00
  • FREE

Latest IoT Platform

  • Available only in Japanese

Future Manufacturing Being in Tune with the IoT Era as Envisioned by Fanuc

Kiyonori Inaba Member of the Board Executive Vice President, General Manager, ROBOT Business Div., FANUC Corp.

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The utilization of IoT is proceeding in various scenes such as preventive maintenance and factory automation. We at Fanuc have been forging ahead with efforts to incorporate intelligence into robots and improve the capacity utilization of factories. In this speech, the company's efforts on IoT and its future vision will be presented.

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New Open Platform "Edgecross"

Shoichi Kanai Chief Director, Edgecross Consortium

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Currently, manufacturing innovation utilizing IoT is in progress in the manufacturing industry. The key to realize this innovation is edge computing as well as to establish this edge-computing platform beyond the boundaries of enterprises. In this presentation, I would like to describe the approach and future prospects of Edgecross, an open platform in the edge-computing area that separates cooperative and competitive fields, and go one step further.

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SFE-S2 September, 7 (Fri) 13:00  -  14:30
  • FREE

Practical Plan for Smart Factory

  • Available only in Japanese

*The Interview Follows Mr. Miyanaga's Speech.

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The Most Realistic Manufacturing Innovation in the World by "i-Automation!"

Yutaka Miyanaga Executive Vice President, President, Industrial Automation Company, OMRON Corp.

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While management problems faced by Japanese manufacturers such as shortage of workers at production sites, aging of experienced engineers and difficulties in successors become a social issue, Japanese manufacturing is undergoing a major turning point accelerated by the progress of technological innovation such as AI, IoT and robotics. Introducing manufacturing innovation initiatives which have been materialized the concept of i-Automation through development at Omron's own factories and through co-creation with customers, propose the direction of manufacturing innovation in the near future. The Omron's concept of manufacturing innovation, i-Automation, is the following three "i's" of automations:
1)"integrated" automation which improves productivity through fine tuning of control devices 2)"intelligent" automation which let people and machine learn and evolve through usage of data at production floor 3)"interactive" automation which provides flexible manufacturing with harmonizing people and machine

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Interview
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Kazutaka Mishima Editor-in-Chief MONOist, Engineering Media, ITmedia Inc.

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SFE-S3 September, 7 (Fri) 15:30  -  16:50
  • FREE

AI & IoT Change Manufacturing -- What We Can Do with AI

  • Available only in Japanese

Efforts Aimed at Future Digital Manufacturing

Junichi Azuma Corporate Executive Officer, SVP, Head of Private Enterprise Business Group, Global Services Integration Business, Fujitsu Ltd.

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FUJITSU 's thinking of future digital manufacturing. We introduce the concept of utilizing IoT/AI at the manufacturing site, introduce the concept of manufacturing digital place "COLMINA" that realizes digital transformation, and the approach of the connected service etc.

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Renesas' Endpoint Intelligence to Bring Factory Innovation

Yoshikazu Yokota Executive Vice President, General Manager, Industrial Solution Business Unit, Renesas Electronics Corp.

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Endpoint Intelligence makes it possible to utilize real-time information which is difficult to send to the cloud, and realize anomaly detection and failure prediction by artificial intelligence (AI). In this presentation, from effective usecases to future vision, we will introduce Renesas' e-AI solutions that bring innovation to factory.

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Technical Session Pre-registration Required

SFE-1 September, 5 (Wed) 10:30  -  12:00

Remote Monitoring and Preventive Maintenance -- Challenge for Zero Downtime

  • Available only in Japanese

Real-time, Detailed, and Flow Oriented Smart Factory Management

Kimihiro Nakamura Technology Executive-IoT, Toshiba Digital Solutions Corp.

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While IoT has become pervasive, its advanced application requires more than connection and visualization. As an experienced manufacturer of wide range of products, we will talk about Toshiba's approaches such as centralization management of equipment and devices, predictive maintenance with AI, and IoT manufacturing solutions.

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Introduction and Use Case for Vibration Condition Monitoring System

Daisuke Tajiri Senior Manager, Industrial OEM Dept., Industrial Div., Schaeffler Japan Co., Ltd.

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Recently, the predictive maintenance has been drawing the attention from various kinds of market and the vibration condition monitoring is one of the solutions to realize it. How to introduce and how to utilize the system will be presented with actual use cases.

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SFE-2 September, 6 (Thu) 9:30  -  11:00

Making Old Facilities into IoT Infrastructures

  • Available only in Japanese

Wrap & Reuse to Build Your IoT Infrastructure with Schneider Electric's "EcoStruxure"

Satoshi Hayashi Sales Planning Manager, Japan Industry, Schneider Electric Japan Holdings Ltd.

* Please note that the speaker has been changed because of an unavoidable reason. (The speech topic remains the same.) [As of August 22, 2018]

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Instead of Rip & Replace, why not Wrap & Reuse your existing equipment to build an IoT enabled infrastructure? Session introduces Schneider-Electric's IoT platform "EcoStruxure" that enables this in the most effective and efficient way.

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How to Implement IoT for Manufacturing Sites that Can Utilize Data from Old Facilities

Toshiyuki Irimajiri Chief General Manager, Marketing Planning Div., Product & Service Development Div., Toyo Business Engineering Corp.

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The key to success in implementing IoT at the manufacturing site is to draw two or three step further scenario while verifying and realizing the effect by turning PDCA in a short term. This seminar introduces the growth scenario which brings out stepwise effect while connecting "what is not connected" and "connection difficulty" including old facilities and on-site know-how, with demos and case examples.

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SFE-3 September, 6 (Thu) 9:30  -  11:00

Visualization -- An Essential Part of Smart Factory

  • Available only in Japanese

Tips for Utilization of IoT Technology that will Realize Smart Factory

Kouichi Masubuchi Senior Manager, Manufacturing Software Systems Dept., Financial & Enterprise Solutions Div., ICT Business Div., Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd.

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How to implement the right technology and system in order to realize Smart Factory that enables innovative business values which we had never experienced. This session will offer you a hint of how to develop the already IT-Applied Factory to Smart Factory exemplified the usage of OKI's and other companies' approaches.

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Patlite Considers "Easy IoT Solution Implements Productivity Improvement"

Satoshi Yoshisaka Director and General Manager, PATLITE Company Div., PATLITE Corp.

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Already, over 1,000 installations at business establishments worldwide, having implemented productivity improvement for various customers with real success stories using audio, sensors, barcodes, tablets, network cameras etc., as system solutions, regardless of company size, and now we will introduce the AirGRID WD.

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Graduating from Kansai University in 1988, joined the PATLITE Corp., at the headquarters sales Div. In 2015, became the General Sales Manager. From 2017 has become an Executive Officer for the Patlite Company.

SFE-4 September, 7 (Fri) 14:30  -  16:00

Case Study -- Smart Factories of Small and Medium-sized Companies

  • Available only in Japanese

SME 3 Years Digital Transformation

Ryuji Kurokawa COO, i Smart Technologies Corp.

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We've made IoT monitoring system by ourselves for Kaizen activity at reasonable cost and achieved drastic 34% productivity improvement. It resulted in 1$ million per year labor cost and 4M$ investment savings. We explain its development process, internal reform and data utilization.

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Miraculous Restoration -- Factory Reform Using IoT and AI

Shinkazu Matsumoto CEO, IBUKI Inc. / Chief Executive Officer, O2 Inc.

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IBUKI is undertaking business reform using "IoT" and "AI" entitled "Visualization of breathing molds". Based on the "perspective of the craftsman", we are making a change in the mindset of the employees and visualization of the behavior of the mold to achieve factory reform.

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SFE-5 September, 5 (Wed) 10:30  -  12:00

How to Get Started with Smart Factory?

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The Reason Why We Fail to Create Smart Factory and How to Lead to Success

Yoshikazu Kida President & COO, FA Products Inc.

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There are only a few companies that can actually realize Smart Factory. Why? Many companies are beginning to work, but I will show you the fact why it is not going well and the way to the success with examples from many experiences involved in smart factory projects.

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After graduating from university, I joined a major FA equipment (KEYENCE Corp.) and experienced the proposal and introduction of mainly sensors, measuring instruments, image sensors, control devices, etc to the manufacturing site. He is involved in many automation projects at manufacturing sites throughout Japan, while taking charge of major managerial manager and others directly under the president, leading to success. Established FA products in 2011, we propose various FA control equipments, support sales and introduction of software in the design domain, taking advantage of the knowledge of the site, and also attended many seminars and lectures on smart factory conversion.

Smart Devices & IoT Brings Visualisation and KAIZEN (Improvement) in Manufacturing Sites

Masato Takahashi Professional (Industrial Engineering), AGC Inc.

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We developed IoT tool using smart devices such as smart watches and smartphones for work analysis for improvement in manufacturing sites, which had been very time-consuming. The tool dramatically saves time for analysis and accelerates the improvement at manufacturing sites and human resources development. We are now applying the tool not only in manufacturing sites, but also for logistics, quality control and work style imrpovement of our office workers.

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Exhibitors' Presentation Free / No Registration Required

Exhibitors of NEPCON JAPAN will give presentations about the latest
products/technologies.

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Please note that some presentations might be given only in Japanese.

Concurrent Conferences Pre-registration Required

ROBO-K September, 5 (Wed) 16:00  -  17:30

Manufacturing Revolution by Robots

  • English/Japanese

Robots to Help Overcome the Challenges of an Aging Population
-- Introduction of New Robotic Solutions

Yasuhiko Hashimoto Director, Managing Executive Officer, and President of Precision Machinery & Robot Company, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.

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You will learn about the history of robots, see examples of current industrial robots, and be introduced to Kawasaki's proposed robotic solutions to help overcome the challenges of an aging and shrinking labor force: duAro, a unique collaborative robot, and Successor, a new AI-enabled robotic system that learns and automates human movements, and passes on skills to new trainees.

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Innovation Frontier at Manufacturing Industry
-- Multi-modal AI Robotics Application

Toshimitsu Kawano Managing Director, Beckhoff Automation K.K. / Senior Researcher, Keio Research Institute at SFC/, Board Member, German Chamber of Commerce in Japan,

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Teaching and flexibility are core issues that has been discussed for a long time in the industrial robotics application. I will introduce how a team of multiple companies and university is addressing these issues by integrating VR and AI, as an open innovation project.

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Upon graduating from the School of Science at Tokyo University majoring Physics, Toshi joined Hewlett Packard Japan in 1998. After getting an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley in 2003, he joined National Instruments Japan as a Marketing Manager. In 2011, he joined Beckhoff Automation to open its Japanese subsidiary as the Managing Director. He is also currently serving as a board member of the German Chamber of Commerce in Japan from 2017 and as a senior researcher at Keio University from 2007. He is passionate about new technology, especially for industrial communication, such as EtherCAT, and industrial PC applications.

ROBO-S1 September, 5 (Wed) 13:30  -  15:00
  • FREE

Robots & Logistics -- Logistics Innovation

  • Available only in Japanese

OKAMURA's Approach towards Material Handling Innovation

Yoshikazu Yamashita General Manager, Marketing Dept., System & Material Handling Equipment Div., Okamura Corp.

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In the era of serious labor shortage, demands for robotics logistics solutions has been increasing. Under such circumstances, a Norwegian robotics storage system "AutoStore" which Okamura integrate in Japan has started operation in various sites in Japan. In this lecture, I will show actual case examples where expected productivity and further side benefits are generated with "AutoStore".

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How to Make Robot Logistics
-- Difference between Successful Company in Automation and the Other

Issei Takino CEO & Co-Founder, MUJIN Inc.

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Thanks to technological innovation, logistics automation by robot is no longer impossible goal, however, many of companies are still facing difficulty to initiate. In this presentation, I would like to discuss correct knowledge, expectation, and way to integrate system regarding robot automation.

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ROBO-S2 September, 6 (Thu) 13:00  -  14:30
  • Fully Booked
  • FREE

Robots & AI -- How Will AI Change the Manufacturing Industry?

  • Available only in Japanese

Revolution in Manufacturing by Fujitsu's AI Zinrai

Hirotaka Hara Corporate Executive Officer SVP, In charge of AI Service Business Unit, Digital Services Business, Fujitsu Ltd.

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AI plays an important role in the dramatic change with the forth industrial revolution followed by mechanization, mass production and automation manufacturing site. This presentation is about Fujitsu's cutting-edge AI technology with actual examples of its application in manufacturing.

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Smart Factory Realized with e-F@ctory, AI and Intelligent Robot
-- Future Concept of Manufacturing

Kenichi Koyama Corporate Executive, Senior General Manager, Nagoya Works, Mitsubishi Electric Corp.

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As the situation of manufacturing is being changed day by day, Concept of "Society 5.0" and "Connected Industries" has been attracting more attention in Japan. In the seminar, we will present future way of manufacturing by showing examples of Smart Factory realized with e-F@ctory, AI and intelligent robots.

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ROBO-S3 September, 7 (Fri) 15:30  -  17:00
  • FREE

Case Study -- Introduction of Robots in Small & Medium-sized Factories

  • Available only in Japanese

Before the Full-scale Introduction!
Robot Introduction Starting with Rental Robots

Ryuji Kurosaki Operating Officer, Business Development Headquarters, Director of New Business Development, ORIX Rentec Corp.

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For manufacturing industries that feel anxieties on introducing robots as promotion of recent work style reformation and greater attention of robot utilization due to human problem shortage, ORIX Rentec started robot rental service "RoboRen" from 2016. As a leading company of robot rental, we will give a lecture on the basis, the structure, merit and task of robot rental, etc. with examples of introduction.

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In Apr. 1985 joined Orient Sokki Rental Corp. (currently ORIX Rentec Corp.) and was assigned to Domestic Sales Dept..
In Oct. 2011 was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of ORIX Rentec China Corp. and worked on Industrial Robot Rental business after experiencing overseas business of ORIX Rentec Corp. as a Sales Manager.
In March 2018 was appointed as Executive Officer of Business Development Div. after returning to Japan in July 2013.

The Robot Plays an Active Part in the Many Kinds Production in
Small Quantities

Tadashi Takamaru Representative Director, Takamaru Engineers Co., Ltd.

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Do you have the preconception called "a device for mass production as for the robot?" The robot is a device for the mechanization in the many kinds production in small quantities. You should introduce a medium and small-sized business performing many kinds production in small quantities.

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ROBO-1 September, 6 (Thu) 14:30  -  16:00

Factory Innovation by Robots

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Case for Industry 4.0 and Collaborative Robots

Tsuyoshi Yamane General Manager, Universal Robots AS

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This lecture is to clarify the role that collaborative robots play in Industry 4.0. After reviewing the concepts of Industry 4.0 and cobots, we will examine the suitability of cobots for use in Industry 4.0 environments and the role they play towards industry 4.0.

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Tsuyoshi Yamane earned Bachelor Degree in miring engineering from Hokkaido University in March, 1998. He built over 15 years of progressive sales, marketing and management experience in the area of plant engineering, industrial automation and industrial printing, before joining as a General Manager of Universal Robots, North East Asia - Japan, Korea and Taiwan - in August, 2016.

Case Study of Practical Applications of Collaborative Robots in
Automotive Manufacturing Process & Challenges

Hideyuki Murayama Project Manager, Innovative Powertrain Unit Development Dept., Production Engineering Development Div., Toyota Motor Corp.

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Unlike many conventional robots which work separately from human, TOYOTA developed robots such as skill-supporting robots and heavy load carriers which collaborate with human workers in the same space, and have already introduced into the company's mass production lines. In this presentation, I will introduce skill-supporting technology of our collaborative robots and challenges in their practical applications.

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ROBO-2 September, 6 (Thu) 14:30  -  16:00

Forefront of Robot Development

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Sony's Efforts in the Robotics Business from the Perspective of aibo

Izumi Kawanishi Business Executive, AI Robotics Business Group, Sony Corp.

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A look inside the development process of autonomous entertainment robot aibo and a product/business summary including its cloud platform and services.

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Future Robot Society in the Vision of TOYOTA

Keisuke Suga General Manager, Z-Frontier Div., Frontier Research Center, Toyota Motor Corp.

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In the near future, robots are expected to be utilized as partners to coexist with people for various social needs. In this presentation, we will introduce a wide range of development activities for TOYOTA's partner robots that are from already released product robots to robots for the future.

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He graduated from Kyoto University, and joined Toyota Motor Corp. in 1990. He was in charge of development of bipedal walking control for humanoid robots exhibited at Aichi Expo in 2005. He was responsible for "Welwalk WW-1000" walking rehabilitation robot launched in 2017.

ROBO-3 September, 7 (Fri) 9:30  -  11:00

Powered Exoskeletons -- Tips and Effect of their Introduction

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Use Case and the Effect of Wearable Suit in Various Industries

Takashi Furukawa Chairman, President, CEO, INNOPHYS Co., Ltd.

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Recently industrial accidents have been increasing in various industries, and the company needs to consider about the improvement of working environment. Now, we introduce some use cases and the effect of our Wearable Suit called "Muscle Suit" for improving their problems in various industries.

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Challenge to Create a Power-barrier Less Society

Hiromichi Fujimoto President, ATOUN Inc.

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If powered wear that is a wearable robot spreads, it not only dramatically improves on-site productivity and work efficiency, but also eliminates barriers of power due to sex and age, eventually realizing a "power-barrier less society". So I will introduce our activities through various fields.

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I joined Panasonic Motor company in 1997. I founded Activelink (present ATOUN) by Panasonic venture fund in 2003.

ROBO-4 September, 7 (Fri) 12:00  -  13:30

Applications of AI in Small & Medium-sized Factories

  • Available only in Japanese

Front Line of Manufacturing Setting Reform by the Eye of Artificial Intelligence

Yousuke Okada Representative Director / CEO & CTO, ABEJA, Inc.

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ABEJA is a start-up company which aims to accelerate creation of new business value and to enhance efficiency and automation by AI in various industries. The company has already implemented AI in the actual business environment of more than 100 customers. In this session, I will explain how you can utilise AI in manufacturing - visual inspection automation, predictive maintenance, etc.

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Automatic Inspection by Eye of AI

Sota Murata Project Leader, AI Project, Musashi Seimitsu Industry Co., Ltd.

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Musashi is a company that manufactures and sells automotive parts, and has the advantage of being able to mature the AI inspection system with on-site practice. We aim to realize innovation at the production site and introduce our activity to complete this AI inspection system at a high level.

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ROBO-5 September, 7 (Fri) 12:00  -  13:30

Robotic System Integrators -- Current Status and Forecast

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Expectation for System Integrators in Industrial Robot Market

Norio Kodaira Chair, Systems Engineering Committee, Japan Robot Association(JARA) / Chief Technical Advisor, Industrial Products Marketing Div., Mitsubishi Electric Corp.

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The performance of the industrial system is not owing to the specifications of the robot but the skill of the system integrator. The same robot makes different result depending on the system integrator.The technical capability of the system integrator is the root of the international competitiveness of the manufacturing industry.

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Norio Kodaira graduated from Tokyo Institute of Technology and joined Mitsubishi Electric in 1975. He has experience in business of industrial robot more than 30 years. Since 2013, as chief technical advisor in Mitsubishi Electric. He has served as a chair of system engineering committee of Japan Robot Association (JARA), and as a president in 2013 and 2014 of the Robot Society of Japan (RSJ).

Current Status and Required Technology for Robot System Integrator

Kazuo Kubota President, Sanmei Mechanical Inc. / Chairman, Japan FA & Robot System Integrator Association

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As labour population has been decreasing in Japan, demand for robots has been increasing . The role of robotic system integrators is to make the most of robots and to make systems with them. This lecture explains the current tasks of robotic system integrators with actual examples and discusses our efforts for the future.

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