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[Seeds Lab Co., Ltd.] On April 1, 2019, established an advanced IT prototype research department at the Hokkaido University for Industry-Science and Regional Cooperation Promotion Organization

Seeds Lab Inc. April 1, 2019, established an advanced IT prototype research department at the Kitakyushu University for Industry and Regional Cooperation Promotion Organization We will create a prototype development site for social implementation of research seeds in the field of IT in universities and companies in a short time. ………………………………………………………………………………………… Location Information Software Development Seeds Lab Co., Ltd. (Location: Kita, Chuo-ku, Sapporo, Japan, Representative Director and President: Toshihiko Yuasa, below, “Seeds Lab”) will be held on April 1, 2019 (Mon.) Hokkaido University (National President: Toyoharu Nawa) and I-System Co., Ltd. (President and Managing Director Tsutomu Matsuzaki), Seraph Co., Ltd. (President and Managing Director Ichimichi Tamamori), Fusion Co., Ltd. (University Chairman, Hidekatsu Hanai), and UniLita Co., Ltd. (CEO President Hiroyuki Kitano) The Industry Creation Division (Advanced IT Prototype Research Division) has been established in the Regional Collaboration Promotion Organization. The advanced IT prototype research department is a prototype development site for social implementation of research seeds in the field of IT in universities and companies in a short period of time The purpose is to create. Background and purpose In recent years, it is expected that the regional economy will be activated utilizing IT, especially IoT, Big Data, and AI. However, there is a big gap between the research seeds at university and the specific services that society requires. In order to fill this gap and accelerate the implementation of IT in society, the university and the company consortium work together to form an industry-academia collaboration organization that will quickly develop prototypes in the IT field. The merits of the joint research include Hokkaido University Information Science Research Institute, which has research achievements such as seed labs, computer graphics, IoT, embedded system development, and i System Co., Ltd., which has a proven track record in equipment development and service provision in the IT field. By collaborating with Seraph Co., Ltd., Fusion Co., Ltd. and Unilita Co., Ltd., research and development can be accelerated for the following items. 1. It is possible to develop innovative IT application systems generated from collaboration of different research organizations and to search application fields. 2. Hokkaido University research and development equipment, high-performance equipment utilizing the information environment, can be prototyped and developed software. 3. Promote open innovation using the collaboration support environment of FMI international bases. Overview Joint research theme: “Prototype development for social implementation of IT seeds technology”, “Applied research on IoT technology in agriculture, tourism, food field” Location: Food & Medical Innovation (FMI) International Center Participating department: Information Science Research Institute Installation Bureau: Industry-academia-regional collaboration promotion mechanism Period: 2 years from April 1, 2019 With industry founding department This system was launched in April 2014 by Hokkaido University to promote large-scale collaborative research between companies and organizations. Hokkaido University will conduct joint research with the aim of creating and commercializing new industries, based on the relationship between companies and equal partnerships. Reference URL: www.mcip.hokudai.ac.jp/cms/cgi-bin/index.pl For more information about this release(Japanese):
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