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New Wearable Device from Taisei and Toshiba Improves Gatekeeping at Construction Sites

Press Releases   •   Jul 18, 2017 03:04 GMT

Taisei Corporation and Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation have developed a digital gate management system that enhances the efficiency of vehicle entry and exit management at construction sites.

Driving a see-through car?

Driving a see-through car?

Blog posts   •   Jul 13, 2017 00:01 GMT

Mirrors are vital safety kit for checking what is going on behind and alongside a vehicle—areas not in the driver’s direct line of sight. Yet they cannot completely eliminate blind spots. What if there is an in-vehicle electronic display, linked to cameras mounted on the vehicle, showing everything that is happening around the vehicle?

Full-Scale Operations Begin for Showcase Project to Supply Wind Power-Generated, Low-Carbon Hydrogen to Fuel Cell Forklifts

Press Releases   •   Jul 12, 2017 05:09 GMT

A Japanese partnership announced today that all facilities to be used in the FY2015 Regional Cooperation and Low-carbon Hydrogen Technology Demonstration Project commissioned by the Ministry of the Environment have been completed, and full-scale operations have commenced.

New Age of Drones: Flying Detectors to Inspect Aging Infrastructure

New Age of Drones: Flying Detectors to Inspect Aging Infrastructure

Blog posts   •   Jul 10, 2017 06:18 GMT

Aerial photography, surveying, logistics and even in agriculture – Industrial drones are starting to be used in various applications. Many companies are looking to enter the market which is expected to grow ten times from now to 2020. Under such trend, engineers from different sectors are collaborating to develop new applications for the technology.

High-Tech Road Solutions to Keep Vietnam Moving Forward

High-Tech Road Solutions to Keep Vietnam Moving Forward

Blog posts   •   Jun 29, 2017 02:00 GMT

A 1,811-kilometer expressway is under construction in Vietnam. An ITS package developed by Japanese companies has been adopted along a 55-kilometer section of the expressway. Such state-of-the-art expressway traffic control systems are vitally important social infrastructure for emerging-market countries.