Ce premier atelier est sur la thématique de l’Internet sur des objets que nous allons illustrer avec Matthieu Hug, Directeur Général, de RunMyProcess par plusieurs cas pratiques.
In Shimane factory, where we make Fujitsu notebook PCs and tablet devices, we have been working on visualization of the production processes. Now we are expanding the scope of visualization beyond the shipping phase so we can analyze the consequences of a returned defective product and the production process which created it. We are looking at how to identify and re-create an error for investigation, by feeding the video captured in testing processes and the testing machine log into our analytics application for detailed study. We are also visualizing the repair processes at the final test phase so that they can reduce the corresponding effort. The team has now started verification of the results of this work, which we think may cut indirect costs in half.
Aizuwakamatsu factory used to be one of the largest semiconductor facilities in Japan. Now part of the facility has been transformed into a vegetable factory, leveraging its super-clean characteristics. In this factory, information about the environment, production and management, are consolidated and the key indexes of business operation are visualized for executive decision-making or by the onsite management team. It supports business judgements and realizes total optimization of onsite production management.
Fujitsu I-Network Systems’s Yamanashi factory is producing network equipment. In this factory, gaps between the value captured on the production line and the value designed on the desk, are visualized. These data are utilized for improvement activities. For example, we are capturing different types of data, such as, elapsed time, machine log, or other sensor data, which can be associated with staff work records in order to make it meaningful data. This associated data helps the team understand the consequences between the various actions and events. In fact, the factory used to compare the paper-based work records and machine logs side-by-side for its root cause analysis. But now the IoT solution enables this to be visualized on a screen in real time.
Throughout these activities with our own facilities, we demonstrate the business benefits of IoT as reference models. After that we will offer these models as a solution to our customers.
Global coverage via Vodaphone and Telenor
Wearables sont les aspects les plus visibles de l’Internet des objets. Amélioration de la sécurité sur site en suivant la santé des équipes effectuant des opérations à risques, en mettant en place un système d’alerte, en temps réel, basé sur la localisation des équipements et des personnes, des indicateurs corporels et le suivi des processus métier
Wearables are one of the most visible aspects of IoT. IDC expects 114m wearables to ship in 2018, but we shouldn’t think this will just comprise of the latest smartwatches and fitness trackers. Indeed in what has been dubbed ‘un-sexy’ wearables the enterprise will be huge adopter, with demand reaching $1.9bn in the same timeframe. On the application side, IDC expects 300k consumer applications for wearables but also 50k enterprise focussed wearable applications across all industries.
Two weeks ago at Forum Tokyo, Fujitsu announced our Ubiquitousware line of wearables many with a distinct enterprise flavour.
The first example I’d like to share is Fujitsu Network Solutions Limited. Working on outdoor equipment can be difficult and dangerous, with workers being exposed to heat and cold as well as dangers from the equipment they’re working on. By using a wrist mounted pulse and temperature sensors, the company can monitor for signs of hypothermia or heatstroke and remind them to take breaks when tired. Position sensors can detect falls and warn staff of dangers (e.g. high voltage cables).
In Finland the Seinajoki Hospital is piloting low cost, high accuracy indoor positioning sensors to track staff, patients and equipment. In addition to improving security and asset management, this can allow hospitals to be much more precise about which staff they request to assist with patients in an emergency. For patients the sensors can also detect falls or prevent them wandering offsite, both of which are major concerns with an aging population.
Professional drivers are also an area where Fujitsu is working to improve safety through IoT. Studies show that about 70% of accidents are caused by human error not directly attributable to traffic violations or driver skill, principal amongst these is tiredness and distraction. By using wearables, Fujitsu is able to detect tired drivers and warn both them and their company about the danger.
Atelier Innovation : FWT15 Paris - La révolution de l’internet des objets
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La révolution de l’Internet des Objets :
Vers un monde plus intelligent et plus
sécurisé avec Fujitsu
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Research and Development
RANK Grants Assingee Name
1 6809 International Business Machines Corp
2 4676 Samsung Electronics Co Ltd
3 3825 Canon K K
4 3098 Sony Corp
5 2660 Microsoft Corp
6 2601 Panasonic Corp
7 2416 Toshiba Corp
8 2279 Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd TW
9 2103 QUALCOMM Inc
10 1947 LG Electronics Inc
11 1851 Google Inc
12 1806 Fujitsu Ltd
13 1775 Apple Inc
14 1739 General Electric Co
2013 Top 50 US Patent Assignees
In near-term business
in own revolutionary
in advanced research
Fujitsu Group invests $2.2bn annually and holds about 100,000 patents worldwide
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Emerging Technologies & Solutions
customer and their
business priorities Explain our technology
portfolio and identify
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The rise of connections
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Fujitsu’s IoT Business Scope
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RT. Works Case
RT.WORKS Co., Ltd.
Co innovation with RT. Works :
• Providing IoT Platform, Built-in network device
and Service desk
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Prototypage & POB
Device control Sensor Data Location display
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Business innovation with IoT
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• Visualize production line and improvement
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• Correlation analysis between field
information and production process
<Fujitsu Aizuwakamatsu Factory>
• Easily visualize day-to-day changes in
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Global Coverage: Mobile Operators & Public Cloud
Covering most of the world by partnering
with multiple global operators
M2M service platform utilizes trusted public cloud
(TPS5), which is deployed to 6 regions
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