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3D City Models Accelerate the Creation of Smart Cities and Digital Twins, Data-Driven Efforts in Electronics
Sophisticated 3D city models are indispensable for creating smart cities and digital twins. Many countries are developing and establishing open data compatible with the international standard CityGML. This article presents various applications of sophisticated 3D city models—including city planning, disaster prevention planning, and simulating the installation and operation of electronic equipment—using Plateau, Japan’s CityGML-compatible 3D city model considered to be the most extensive in the world.
What is a Virtual Office Made Real by the Metaverse?
VR and AR are attracting attention and being utilized more and more as teleworking takes root. Let’s look at the future of work using electronics technology.
The lithium-ion batteries changing our lives
Part 5: How do lithium-ion batteries contribute to the realization of a sustainable society? A look at the benefits of replacing lead-acid batteries, recycling methods, and the possibilities for the future
It is said that lithium-ion batteries contribute to the realization of a sustainable society. This article examines the reason for this, their recycling method, and their possibilities for the future.
Supporting the Realization of a Super-Smart Society: Murata Continues to Respond to the Demands of the Times
The super-smart society that has been the aim of Society 5.0 is coming. A super-smart society that materializes mega trends such as digital transformation (DX) and decarbonization will use greater quantities of more advanced electronic components than ever before to make full use of the latest communication and information processing technologies such as IoT, AI, and 5G. Norio Nakajima, President of Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd., which has a responsibility to supply electronic components required by the times, talks about the company’s future role and the ways in which Murata will contribute to the creation of a sustainable society.
Bringing humans and machines even closer with sensors and AI
Sensors that watch over and care for people
We can now use sensors and AI to determine a person's state of health or to objectively detect the mood of a situation. In this section, we introduce some examples of how these technologies can be used to improve the quality of our lives and work.
White paper available: Future vision and technology of smart cities
Let’s have a look at the emerging visions for our smart cities and the required technologies which will greatly effect the future of the smart cities we will live in.
5G Massive IoT
5G – Massive IoT will likely account for over half of 5G cellular IoT connections. This is due to the common requirement for long battery life, deep coverage and low total cost of ownership (TCO) across larger application areas like asset management, energy & utilities and smart cities.