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Fujitsu Limited, an information and communication technology (ICT) company, provides a range of technology products, solutions, and services worldwide. The company operates in three segments: Technology Solutions, Ubiquitous Solutions, and Device Solutions. The Technology Solutions segment offers system integration services, including system construction and business applications; consulting services; and front-end technologies comprising ATMs, point-of-sale systems, etc.; and outsourcing services, including datacenters, ICT and application operation/management, business process outsourcing, etc. This segment also provides network services, such as business networks and distribution of Internet/mobile content; system support services, including information system and network maintenance and surveillance services; and security solutions, including information systems and networks installation. In addition, it offers system products, such as servers, storage systems, and operating systems and middleware software; and network products comprising network management systems, optical transmission systems, and mobile phone base stations. The Ubiquitous Solutions segment provides personal computers and mobile phones; and mobilewear products, including car audio and navigation systems, mobile communication equipment, and automotive electronics. The Device Solutions segment offers LSI devices; and electronic components, such as semiconductor packages, batteries, optical transceiver modules, and printed circuit boards, as well as structural components consisting of relays, connectors, etc. The company offers its solutions primarily for automotive, financial services, manufacturing, retail, telecommunications, healthcare, and life science solutions industries. Fujitsu Limited was founded in 1923 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

158,846 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/22/15
Founded in 1923

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Fujitsu Introduces New Ubiquitousware Products

Fujitsu Limited has introduced 10 new products in its UBIQUITOUSWARE IoT Solution line up. The new products will be steadily rolled out in Japan beginning January 20, 2016. UBIQUITOUSWARE gathers and analyzes a range of human-centric data using advanced sensing technology, and can provide the high-value information that customers want, so it can immediately be put to use in the field. The UBIQUITOUSWARE Sensor Algorithm, which precisely detects the behavior and status of people and things, has been refined through repeated testing inside and outside Fujitsu to ensure precision. In addition, UBIQUITOUSWARE Core Modules, which incorporate a variety of sensors, can be embedded into customer products and services. Devices such as location badges/tags and vital sign sensing bands are available to meet the varied usage scenarios of different customers, creating a comprehensive service that ranges from embedded applications and products to their operation and support. Fujitsu also offers the UBIQUITOUSWARE Pilot Pack, a set of devices and applications that can be field tested prior to IoT deployments, in order to fully support customers' field trials. Fujitsu will use the Pilot Pack to conduct testing together with customers and partners in a wide range of industries, building a co-creation model. Fujitsu uses its mainstay FUJITSU Digital Business Platform MetaArc to realize the digital innovation of its customers. Fujitsu uses cutting-edge technologies to support connections between people, things, and infrastructure across the traditional boundaries of companies and industries, and contributes to its customers' creation of new value and enhanced competitiveness. With regard to the IoT, Fujitsu aims to use the massive amounts of data that surround people and to help make life better through the use of advanced technologies. Fujitsu provides one-stop solutions with everything from sensing devices in the front end to networking and platforms in the back end. UBIQUITOUSWARE serves as the front end, using cutting-edge technologies, created through the development of smart devices, to support customer IoT deployments. Fujitsu is expanding the UBIQUITOUSWARE lineup by building on the FUJITSU IoT Solution UBIQUITOUSWARE Head Mounted Display, the wearable device for enterprises which was released in May 2015. UBIQUITOUSWARE provides on-site data collection and analysis functionality in the form of the Sensor Algorithm. Fujitsu collects and analyzes sensor data and provides it in a form the customer needs, which eliminates the necessity for the customer to design and develop algorithms or test them for correctness, so they can put the data to work immediately. Also, as part of the analysis is performed inside the Core Modules, not all sensor data needs to be transmitted to the cloud, streamlining data communications. Furthermore, the proprietary algorithms that Fujitsu has created through the development of smart devices have been repeatedly tested inside and outside the company to ensure their precision.

Fujitsu Adds Two New Products to Fujitsu Logistics Solution Logifit Series

Fujitsu Limited has announced the addition of two products to its FUJITSU Logistics Solution Logifit series: Logifit TM-Core, a mission-critical tasks solution, and Logifit TM-Dispatch, a dispatch-support solution. Logifit TM-Core, provided for transportation and delivery companies, is a mission-critical task solution that can batch together tasks in transportation and delivery, such as taking orders, dispatch control, sales, billing and payments management, and management income and expenditures. In addition to supporting a variety of sales methods depending on the type of delivery, such as route deliveries, multiple loading and unloading deliveries, or medium-to-long distance shipping, it also connects with Fujitsu's other systems, such as warehouse and operations management. This enables integrated transportation-related income and expenses management to make it possible to easily analyze management income and expenses based on the actual performance of day-to-day tasks. Logifit TM-Dispatch, provided for both transportation and delivery companies and companies that perform tasks including deliveries, is a dispatch-support solution that can plan optimal delivery routes and loading, or the use of a consignment delivery service. It can automatically create delivery plans for medium- to long-distance delivery tasks and loading and unloading during deliveries, as well as calculate the corresponding expenses for each delivery vehicle route for different delivery companies from each area's fare table, and then select the appropriate consignment delivery service and route. These enable efficiencies and cost reductions in delivery tasks. Logifit TM-Core features sales management functions that support a variety of different transportation and shipping types, such as route deliveries where the fees are calculated based on the number of trucks used, multiple loading and unloading deliveries from multiple cargo owners, or medium- to long-distance deliveries consigned to a dedicated transportation and delivery company. This enables billing and payments for each type just by selecting the transportation type in the system, reducing workload. By linking it with Fujitsu's logistics center management system Logifit WM, Logifit TM-Core enables integrated management of not only transportation and delivery, but also combined management of billing and payments for warehouse use, as well as billing information for handling, storage, and freight. This contributes to improving management by allowing users to get a handle on expenses per customer and per site, such as, for example, when a customer places an order, users can confirm the approximate total amount of warehouse operations expenses, storage expenses, and truck transportation expenses. Logifit TM-Core product features a standard interface with Logifit TM-NexTR, which analyzes operating vehicles and supports operations tasks, as well as with the FUJITSU Enterprise Application GLOVIA series of systems for finance, accounting, human resources, and payroll. By linking it with accurate labor information, such as actual operating time, and accurate journal information, such as billing, payments and liabilities, this product offers prompt account settlement. Logifit TM-Dispatch offers improved efficiency in dispatch tasks through a variety of automatic dispatch functions. Fujitsu has improved this function's ability to automatically plan the optimal delivery routes and load amounts, with respect to the daily changes in vehicles and packages, with support for medium- to long-distance transport as well as loading and unloading during deliveries. Furthermore, it lets users create faster and more flexible dispatch plans with the ability, when reviewing the automatically calculated dispatch plan, to manually modify items like trucks and departure times with mouse-based drag and drop, with the resulting changes in areas such as load percentage and predicted arrival times reflected immediately. In addition, because multiple dispatchers can share their dispatch status, trucks in areas with a little extra room can be efficiently used, offering improvements in loading efficiency. Logifit TM-Dispatch product calculates the approximate income and expenditure per vehicle from each delivery company's various rate tables in each delivery area, enabling users to plan profit-conscious routes and select consignment delivery companies. This makes it possible for users to grasp the profitability per vehicle, and connect it with visualizations of unprofitable routes and review consignment delivery companies. Logifit TM-Dispatch product features a standard interface with the Logifit TM-NexTR operations management system, through which, by comparing dispatch plan data with the actual state of operational progress, users can immediately respond to customer inquiries and schedule changes, and review future planning improvements.

Fujitsu Announces Release of Latest Version of Fujitsu Manufacturing Industry Solution iCAD SX

Fujitsu announced the release of the latest version of FUJITSU Manufacturing Industry Solution iCAD SX, its industrial machinery design 3D CAD software equipped with a 3D CAD engine. The iCAD SX V7L5 will be available from February 2. This product features an enhanced ability to convert data created in other 3D CAD programs into iCAD SX data, with the ability to process the conversion of high-volume data of over 2GB, roughly ten times that of previous versions. This makes it possible to batch import 3D models, such as data for purchased components, designs from other companies, or previously purchased devices or units, enabling users to quickly carry out design studies of large-scale installations as a whole. Moreover, in regard to the fastener holes necessary for the over 10,000 screw clamps that can exist in machines and equipment, Fujitsu has added a function to instantly determine design points of failure, such as the wrong type of hole, pierced-through blind holes, or an omission of a hole, and warn the user, enabling standardization of verification work, which was previously up to an individual's judgement. Furthermore, Fujitsu has improved the ability to search through text information, such as correction requests input to the 3D CAD by the production department, allowing designers to instantly search for points of failure in the huge plan. Through these features, not only can users reduce the number of hours required to import high-volume data and the effort necessary to determine and correct points of failure, they can also further improve the quality of their designs. Features of iCAD SX V7L5: 1. Improved performance when processing conversion of high-volume data: by greatly reducing the amount of memory used when converting data, this product can convert approximately 10 times the volume of data it could previously. This enables the software to batch import 3D CAD files created in other programs for products, surrounding equipment, purchased components, existing units and so forth, and quickly create large-scale equipment data, including the imported data; improved ability to check fastener holes, the cause of the majority of design defects; With most machinery and equipment, there are 10,000 plus fastener holes, and a major cause of design failures is the incorrect sizing, type, or placement of these holes. This product features automatic detection and a warning for the user when among the holes in large-scale equipment there is a wrong type of hole, when holes intended to be blind are pierced through, or when there has been a failure to make a hole. Furthermore, it makes it easy to repeatedly check and correct problems during design, with a surface color function that adds a different color to different types of holes, as well as a function for changing hole position. This makes it possible to standardize the judgement criteria in verification tasks, rather than leaving it to individual judgement, thereby improving design quality; improved ability to search feedback from manufacturing departments: designers spend a lot of time searching for points of failure across huge 3D CAD plans, in response to correction requests from the production department. With this product, designers can instantaneously find the points of failure pointed out by the production department by searching through the text data directions they have input into the 3D CAD model. This makes it possible to rapidly reflect the correction requests from the production department, reducing the man-hours required to correct the plan.

 

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