We attended the “2021 TRON Symposium -TRONSHOW-.”
YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory (YRP UNL) attended the “2021 TRON Symposium -TRONSHOW-” which was held for three days from December 8 (Wed), 2021.
At the 37th TRON Symposium, we successfully introduced our activities through exhibits and related sessions. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the people who visited our booth in this pandemic and to those who attended online. We exhibited real-time edge nodes, a personal data protection mechanism, and “Aggregate Computing” used for smart cities, intelligent buildings, and location information services.
The following sessions related to our research and development were held:
- “Rebooting,” a keynote speech by Ken Sakamura, TRON Project Leader and Director of YRP UNL
- “Technology to Avoid Three Cs, Closed Spaces, Crowded Places, and Close-Contact Settings”
- “Awards Ceremony of the 4th Open Data Challenge for Public Transportation in Tokyo.”
These sessions and others held during the symposium are pre-recorded with simultaneous English interpretation and will be available for you to view on the TRON Symposium website from late January. Please visit the symposium home page for further details.