Infrastructure renovation New modes of operation and maintenance via testing, prediction, and analysis
As a developed country faced with the problem of aged infrastructure, a major question is how Japan should maintain and operate its facilities and infrastructure. Working with limited capital and manpower, Japan utilizes technologies such as sensors, cloud computing, and big data to engender efficient and accurate operation and maintenance. Such initiatives are gleaning attention from around the world. This event provides corporations with the opportunity to showcase their products and services to civil engineers from local governments in Japan and other countries, as well as corporate facility managers, attending this event to search out new operation and maintenance methods.
|Dates||October 29 (Wed.)-October 31 (Fri.), 2014 (three days)|
|Organizer||Nikkei Business Publications|
|Special cooperation||City of Yokohama|
|Supervision||Nikkei BP Cleantech Institute|
|Cooperation||Nikkei Business, Nikkei Ecology, Nikkei Electronics, Nikkei Computer, Nikkei Monozukuri, Nikkei Automotive Technology, Nikkei Architecture, Nikkei Business Online, Nikkei Technology Online, ITpro, KEN-Platz, Nikkei Business Publications Environmental Management Forum, Nikkei Digital Health, etc.|
Please note that while the above is anticipated, details are subject to change.
- Government and local government civil engineering divisions
- Public facility managers
- General construction contractors and developers
- Building and plant administrators
- Parties engaged in construction, real estate, etc.
- Renewable energy solutions
- New energy solutions
- Rechargeable batteries and electricity storage solutions
- Energy management systems
- Remote monitoring systems
- Hydrogen, fuel cells, etc.