Japanese telecommunications carrier KDDI will soon launch a service in Japan to let people know how many cubicles are occupied through smartphones and computers. Sensors in the cubicles detect when the doors..
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Narita International Airport launched a demonstration trial on Monday for Panasonic robot HOSPI to improve passenger service ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. I HOSPI is a robot that..
Toshiba has developed low-power multi-hop wireless network technology that can operate on battery power for over 10 years and can collect over 99.999% of data from sensors deployed over a wide area..
LG Innotek today announced a development of new concept textile flexible pressure sensors. This sensor senses pressure from the entire surface of the sensor and it is even bendable. LG Innotek’s development..
Toshiba imaging technique can simultaneously acquire a color image and a depth map from a single image taken by a monocular camera
Toshiba today announced the development of an imaging technique that can simultaneously acquire a color image and a depth map from a single image taken by a monocular camera. This technique achieves..
Rico today announced the launch of the Pentax K-70 digital SLR camera. The Pentax K-70 is designed to be an all-weather camera, thanks to its outstanding dustproof, weather-resistant construction and dependable cold-proof..
Casio announced today the latest addition to its line of G-SHOCK watches with a dust and mud-resistant structure able to withstand the harshest land environments- GG-1000. The Casio GG-1000 features twin sensors..
Toyota is World’s First Automaker to Bring a Driver Assist Function that Uses a Dedicated ITS Frequency to Market
By the end of 2015, Toyota will make a new ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) safety package available on three models in Japan. The package, named ITS Connect, uses Japan’s standardized ITS frequency..
Panasonic and Fujitsu will commence a joint operational trial of an in-home monitoring service for the elderly that integrates Panasonic’s cloud-service air conditioners and Fujitsu’s non-contact life-sign sensors in Japan. In this..
Toshiba today announced the development of an innovative low power control technology for microcontrollers supporting multi-sensor wearable devices. Applied to an activity monitoring application using Toshiba’s TZ1001MBG microcontroller (MCU), the new control..