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- Oct 31(Wed.) 10:00 - 11:30
- Conference Center 1F
Display advances open up limitless possibilities for video.
Director Keishi Otomo, noted as director for the films "Hagetaka" and "Ruroni Kenshin", and production choreography for the Taiga Drama "Ryomaden", talks about his expectations for video power and display technology!
Film Director Keishi Otomo
Keishi Otomo is a film director and producer who worked on "Hagetaka", "Ryomaden", and other works during his time as an NHK director. While employed at NHK, he studied abroad in Los Angeles, where he learned the latest choreographic technologies at Hollywood shooting sites, etc., and acquired a strong interest in film texture and color. Went independent in 2011. In August 2012, released "Ruroni Kenshin" , his first film as director since going independent. For Director Otomo, who has continued to release powerful films to the world that stir the emotions of viewers, interest centers on the source and staging of film strengths, and he talks about his expectations for display technology.
Evolution and future of smartphones
Mr. Terunuma in this presentation introduces the various changes in rapidly expanded smartphone market and service & terminal deployment of NTT DOCOMO. He also explains current challenge of data traffic expansion which we globally face and he introduces solutions from equipment side, device side and application side.
Moreover, he introduces the future research and development of NTT DOCOMO, and key technologies of devices in order to realize the further spread of smartphones and seamless mobile environment.
Vice President and Managing Director of Communication Device Development Department
Mr. Kazuaki Terunuma is currently Vice President & Managing Director of Communication Device Development Department of NTT DOCOMO, Japan's leading mobile telecommunication company.
Mr. Terunuma began his career in the Japanese telecommunications industry in 1987 at the Cellular System Department of NTT. In 1992, he moved to NTT DOCOMO, and held a series of senior positions in Information System department, Operation Development department and Communication Device Development department. In January 2012, he started to lead the development of communication devices. Mr. Terunuma holds a master's degree in Electrical engineering from Keio University.
Details / Speakers
Future view of the Mobile Display
Japan Display Inc
Chief technology officer, Research and Development Division, Division Manager
Japan Display Inc. (JDI) was launched in April 2012 formed through the integration of 3 companies as a global leading company providing advanced technologies for small- and medium-sized display. JDI would like to provide customers the most advanced products with variety of line-up and full technical support aiming early technology alignment. Evolutions of telecommunication and mobile devices have been proposing new life style of communications and "display" is the core device of this evolution. Small- and medium-sized display market has been and will be growing remarkably. Demand of the market is higher resolution display with the progress of high speed data technologies and services. Further low power consumption, usability and compact body (thinner, lighter) are required for mobile displays. Showing the trend of requirements and introducing technologies to meet such demands.
1979,4 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.,Ltd.
2002,4 Toshiba Matsushita display technology Co., Ltd.
2004,6 Toshiba Matsushita display technology Co., Ltd. Executive officer
2009,5 Toshiba mobile display Co., Ltd. Senior corporate executive officer
2012,4 Japan display Inc. Chief technology officer
Innovation and Cooperation for Mutual Growth
BOE Technology Group
Under the pressure of global economic depression, many uncertainties remain within the FPD industry. However, emerging markets including China has shown a remarkable growth momentum. BOE, together with the upstream and downstream companies, has experienced this growth. BOE is trying to seek breakthrough by adjusting strategies and improving products, technologies and business models. BOE thinks the development of mobile internet and cloud computing, and the continuous booming of the of smart end devices (such as smart phone, tablet and smart TV) markets will further push the products to become smarter, slimmer, and with lower power consumption and higher image quality, and accelerate the development of the next generation technology (Oxide/LTPS LCD and AMOLED) as well. BOE has always been insisting the strategy of achieving development by innovation, and has achieved outstanding breakthrough in products and technologies. In the future, BOE will continue to adhere to the philosophy of "In-depth Cooperation, Collaborative Development, Value Co-Creation", and team up with upstream and downstream partners to achieve win-win development.
Mr. Yao Xiangjun, Master of Management
He is currently the Vice President of BOE Technology Group, in charge of BOE's overall business planning.
Quest for Cross-Strait Cooperation on Display Industry
Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Technology
Manufacturing Center, Vice President
Wang Kuo He
The Cross-Strait cooperation should base on the current international situation and aiming to seek for the maximum benefits of both sides, while the cooperation strategy should be adjusted in a planned way according to different topics and problems to conform the great changes of the industry. In the development history of FPD industry, the Mainland and Taiwan are complementary from 2004 to 2009 and Chinese brands purchased large quantity of panels from Taiwan, however, China government started to plan and construct TFT lines of high generations. Accordingly, the Cross-Strait relationship became cooperative and also competitive. Capacity surplus and demand depression have been leading to continuous output value shrink. Under this circumstance, the two sides should focus on how to make full use of existing resources and open up a new situation of FPD industry.
1. In 1990 graduated in from the Tsinghua University Institute of Materials Engineering Master's degree
2. In 2004-2006 IVO served as deputy general manager
3. 2010- CSOT Vice president, in charge of production operation
New perspectives on all-win cooperation among Japan, China and Taiwan
Taiwan Display Union Association (TDUA)
Japan and Taiwan are close in geographical location and culture, for a long time we kept very close relationship in technology cooperation and investment in FPD business. China and Taiwan recently work very tight together through Taiwan government's "Cross-strait Bridge Building Program". In recent years, Korea companies have acted as a leader in FPD area and become a threat to Japan, China and Taiwan companies. Especially in AMOLED, Korea companies developed their local material and equipment industry and tried to diminish Japan, China and Taiwan FPD industry. If Japan, China and Taiwan can consolidate the cooperation in materials, equipments, technologies, design and manufacturing, we can enhance our competitiveness, and make it an all-win situation.
Shang-wen Chang received the Ph. D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA, in 1985. Subsequently, he joined the Electronics Research & Service Organization (RESO)/Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) in research & development relating to semiconductor and FPD areas. He was a manager of TFT Process Development Department and LCD Development Department. In 2006, he was appointed as director of Industrial Research Alliance Division, Display Technology Center (DTC)/ITRI. Currently, he is the president of Taiwan Display Union Association (TDUA) and Taiwan TFT LCD Association (TTLA).