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Toshiba Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, manufactures and markets electronic and electrical products and systems worldwide. It operates through five segments: Energy & Infrastructure, Community Solutions, Electronic Devices & Components, Lifestyle Products & Services, and Others. The company provides infrastructure systems comprising power, transmission and distribution, industrial, railway transportation, security and automation, broadcasting and network, photovoltaic, water and environmental, medical, and elevators and escalators building systems; airport facilities and solid-state weather radars; POS systems and printing solutions; and IT solutions. It also offers electronic devices and components, such as semiconductors, storage products, microwave semiconductors and components, materials and devices, and display devices and components; and digital products, including PCs, tablets, televisions, Blu-ray products, etc. In addition, the company provides cloud solutions and logistics services. Toshiba Corporation was founded in 1875 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

166,892 Employees
Last Reported Date: 04/11/17
Founded in 1875

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Toshiba Corp Wins Stay for Temporary Restraining Order on Western Digital

Toshiba Corp. announced on July 19, 2017 that the California Court of Appeal in San Francisco has ruled that the company may resume efforts to protect its intellectual property and deny Western Digital workers access to certain data and facilities effective immediately. The court on July 18 issued a stay on a temporary restraining order granted last week that required Toshiba to provide such access. As Toshiba stated last week, this is a proceeding with many rounds and many rulings. This particular ruling allows Toshiba Memory Corp. to reaffirm its commitment to protecting its intellectual property and prevent Western Digital employees from accessing confidential information stored in its databases, an action Toshiba has already implemented.

Taisei Corporation and Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation Develops New Wearable Device to Improve Gatekeeping at Construction Sites

Taisei Corporation and Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation have developed a digital gate management system that enhances the efficiency of vehicle entry and exit management at construction sites. The system, "T-Gate.Navi," is based on a glasses-type wearable device loaded with the image recognition technology and speech recognition technology of Toshiba's communication AI service, RECAIUS(TM). The glasses also provide the screen for viewing information. Major construction sites, especially for large-scale construction projects, have to manage a constant flow of vehicles at multiple gates. In most cases, management is done manually: every vehicle entering the site is individually registered and checked against the day's schedule, and often its exit is also recorded and confirmed. This is all recorded as written data that must later be transferred to a digital format. Overall, it's a time-consuming process that can result in mistakes and in gate congestion that incurs costs and reduces efficiency. T-Gate.Navi uses the image recognition and speech recognition technologies of Toshiba's RECAIUS(TM) to digitize the process and quickly and accurately gather vehicle information that is recorded and stored in the system server. The system, jointly developed by the companies and tested, refined and fine-tuned with feedback from multiple Taisei sites, eliminates current problems, eases vehicle entry and exit management at construction sites, and boosts overall gate management efficiency by as much as 20%. When a vehicle nears a site gate, a vehicle manager vocally activates the camera in the glasses-mounted device, which photographs the number plate. The image is sent to the system server, which checks the number against a list of registered vehicles, and then provides the vehicle manager with necessary information, displayed on the screen of the device. This allows the vehicle manager to direct the vehicle to a different gate or to a location on the site. The system also displays the information on a computer at the site office, ensuring site managers are updated on traffic flows and the day's logistics. In addition to this, the system can send an email to listed people who need to be notified of vehicles entrance and exit, and also records the vehicle information in a spreadsheet for comprehensive record keeping. Though the results of testing differed with the number of vehicles entering and leaving sites, and the skills of the vehicle managers, on-site testing proved the effectiveness of the system and found that it reduced the workload by approximately 20% across a series of sites. Taisei will continue to advance the effectiveness of T-Gate.Navi through continued use of the system at construction sites. It will promote productivity enhancement and work-style reform with construction information management technology that uses cutting-edge ICT. Toshiba Digital Solutions will continue to develop and promote solutions that enhance productivity in areas including construction, making full use of its IoT technology, including the RECAIUS(TM) communication AI service.

Toshiba Corporation Opens Integrated Hydrogen Application Center

Toshiba Corporation announced that it has opened a new Hydrogen Application Center at its Fuchu Complex in western Tokyo. The center is built around a newly designed H2One(TM) hydrogen power system that uses renewable energy to produce hydrogen and supply it to fuel-cell forklifts operating in the complex. This center showcases totally CO2-free operation, from hydrogen production through to application. The system is controlled by Toshiba's hydrogen energy management system, H2EMS(TM), which includes a new hydrogen demand prediction function that forecasts supply requirements for each fuel-cell-powered vehicle, allowing space saving optimization of the area devoted to hydrogen storage. Toshiba continues to contribute to the global expansion of hydrogen energy solutions and the transition to a low-carbon economy.

 

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