Tokyo Denki University, Expolis GK, and IBM Japan, Ltd. have jointly conducted demonstration experiments * based on the "data distribution platform" that promotes data distribution within the region and distribution data. Announced that it will provide the "Marketplace", which shares and sells the developed solution to local governments, as "Anastasia *" from Expolis. We will recruit local governments from April 2021 and start providing beta services free of charge from August.

 A shared environment among local governments, where information on solutions and companies that are sufficient in urban areas is not distributed to local governments for reasons such as economic rationality when considering local population visions and measures. There is a problem that it is not possible to grasp the best practices in other local governments. By utilizing Anastasia, the time and human costs from formulation to introduction of regional issue measures can be reduced, local governments can start DX at low cost without incurring high introduction costs, and sustainable local communities. Aim to help in the realization.

 In addition, Macnica, Inc. has newly joined with the aim of promoting problem solving in the local community using Anastasia.A joint study by four parties including Macnica for data linkage between Macnica Mobility Data Platform (MMDP) and Anastasia, which supports digital transformation by utilizing sensing technology and AI in Macnica's autonomous driving solution, and introduction of the solution to local governments. Will start in April 4.Through this, we aim to enhance the value of utilizing Anastasia as a solution for local governments that has regional issues related to supplementing the public transportation network and CO2021 emissions as a means of transportation for local residents.

* Tokyo Denki University and others conducted a demonstration experiment in Otari Village, Nagano Prefecture from April to September 2020.It is possible to predict rice fever by linking sensor data installed in paddy field water levels and bird and beast damage traps to a distribution platform and combining those data visualization with weather data from IBM's group company The Weather Company (TWC). Developed a solution to be used and posted it on the regional issue distribution marketplace.The result was that the patrol time in the rice terraces was shortened by 4 minutes a day, and the patrol time of the bird and beast damage trap was shortened by 9 minutes a day.

* Anasitasia is a "data distribution platform" that promotes the distribution of data within the region, which is important for solving regional issues such as agriculture, forestry and fisheries, transportation / mobility, environment / energy, disaster prevention, and community development. Through Anastasia, in addition to enabling matching between local governments and players (local public corporations, private companies, etc.) that provide solutions for local governments, local governments share or sell know-how on measures that they have independently tackled on regional issues, and the past. The adopted solution can be evaluated on Anastasia, and it can also be used as an information sharing platform with other local governments suffering from similar regional issues.

Reference: [Tokyo Denki University] Started providing digital transformation platform services for local governments

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