Ryutaro Adachi, President and CEO of OneFall Lab Co., Ltd. headquartered at Minato-ku, Tokyo, which is engaged in “the overall optimality of society by location information”, will make a pitch at the pitch contest of TRAN/SUM, a symposium organized by NIKKEI, which will attempt to update of the existing industries called “traffic and transfer” by technology.
Targeting Asia and Africa, we will talk about our approach to “designing new social systems” through ‘PFLOW’, an approach to solving social issues.
|Date||December 6-8, 2018|
|Venue||Tokyo Big Sight (East Hall, Conference Building, etc.)|
|Content||Exhibitions, Symposiums, Workshops and Pitch Contests|
The next generation of business opportunities in the future of transportation and mobility is arriving at a fast pace to tackle global transportation challenges, from global environment issues to passenger safety concerns. TRAN/SUM serves as the springboard for reshaping the ways we percieve transportation and mobility. It provides innovative content that is kind to our planet and the humankind, saves resources, provides safety and security within our movement. That is why TRAN/SUM focuses on technologies that can provide solutions, such as AI, autonomous driving, smart cities, big data analytics, and blockchain, to name a few.
Integrating technologies that can solve social issues is the mission of TRAN/SUM. We seek and identify innovation in areas that is most needed for humankind.