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  • Day 312/6 Tue

    Keynote/Lecture

    09:30~17:30

    Jichikaikan 2F Hall

  • Yukio ItoYukio Ito
  • Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mazliham Mohd Su’udProf. Dato’ Dr. Mazliham Mohd Su’ud
Time Category Title ・ Speakers Slides
09:30-09:40

Opening

Opening

09:40-09:50

Greeting

Yukio Ito Okinawa Open Laboratory

09:50-10:00

Greeting

Okinawa Prefecture Government

10:00-10:30

Keynote

Education of IT architect and softwarized engineer for IoT and AI infrastructure

Yuji Sekiya
The University of Tokyo

Break
11:00-11:30

Keynote

DEVELOPING HIGH-SKILL TALENTS THRU HTVET IN MALAYSIA

Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mazliham Mohd Su’ud
President / CEO
Universiti Kuala Lumpur

12/7 Wed

Day3 11:00~11:30 Jichikaikan 2F Hall

DEVELOPING HIGH-SKILL TALENTS THRU HTVET IN MALAYSIA

Abstract

  • Prof. Dato' Dr. Mazliham Mohd Su'ud

    Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mazliham Mohd Su’ud
    President / CEO
    Universiti Kuala Lumpur

11:30-12:00

Lecture

The Current Situation of IoT Security Vulnerabirities and the Tips of IoT Security Evaluation
– the Trends of IoT Hacking and the IoT Security Guidelines –

Tsukasa Ogino
Connected Consumer Device Security Council

12/6 Wed

Day3 11:30~12:00 Jichikaikan 2F Hall

The Current Situation of IoT Security Vulnerabirities and the Tips of IoT Security Evaluation
– the Trends of IoT Hacking and the IoT Security Guidelines –

Abstract

  • Tsukasa Ogino

    Tsukasa Ogino
    Connected Consumer Device Security Council

    【Bio】
    Tukasa Ogino joined Canon, Inc. in 1986 and assigned to the Central Research Center. Engaged in the development of the new business products in hardware and software design. To start up the Internet service provider business, loaned to Fastnet, Inc. in 1996 and took director of Fastnet in 1999. In 2000, joined Internet Research Institute, Inc. (IRI) and took its executive officer and President of Internet C&O, Inc (subsidiary of IRI). And took President and CEO of Ubiteq, Inc. in 2003, and achieved to be listed Ubiteq, Inc. in June, 2005. Also, he took Trustee and Director of Japan Network Information Center in 2000 and Director of IPv6 Promotion Council of Japan to promote IPv6 popularization. Participated into the Green IT Project run by The University of Tokyo to make efforts realizing “willing to save more” system by Web Technology. Since September, 2014, he retired from President and CEO of Ubiteq and established Connected Consumer Device Security council (CCDS) and lead CCDS as Representative Director to promote the security for human life essential devices, especially in development of platform technology for embedded system security.   He has served as a Guest Professor at Graduate School of Science and Technology, Shizuoka University from 2004 to 2009, and as an Advisory at the University from 2009 to 2011. And also he has served as an Appointed Professor at Kyoto University Unit of Synergetic Studies for Space Specially from 2014.

Lunch Break
13:00-13:30

Lecture

Open Innovation bringing IoT to Reality:Uhuru

Koji Sugiyama
Uhuru Corporation,

12/6 Wed

Day3 13:00~13:30 Jichikaikan 2F Hall

Open Innovation bringing IoT to Reality:Uhuru

Overview
Uhuru Corporation aspires to increase enterprise value at our clients using innovative products and services inspired by the internet under the corporate philosophy of “using technology and free thinking to create the
future”. Our team consists of experts in various fields including consulting, engineering and creatives. We offer one-stop professional service from business strategy, technological support, to communication strategy necessary for implementing IoT business and aim to create business with the customers.

Abstract

  • Koji Sugiyama

    Koji Sugiyama
    Uhuru Corporation,

    【Bio】
    16 years of experience in the IT department of a major telecommunications carrier as a systems engineer, in system sales, and new business development.
    From around year 2000, implemented multiple new businesses in collaboration with partner companies using PAN(Personal Area Network).
    Went on to run an IT venture company, became project manager in a group firm of a listed company, and took charge of planning new business. After that, worked as adviser for multiple companies as an individual. Joined Uhuru in 2012.
    Worked as head of the development department, head of human resourcesand general affairs, head of the sales department, head of the alliance department. Along with the planning and establishment of the IoT Innovation Center, assumed the position of General Manager.
    Oita Prefecture Strategy Advisor.
    OMG japan(Industrial Internet Consortium) Principal Researcher.
    Data Trading Alliance Director.

13:30-14:00

Lecture

“FIWARE, an Open IoT Platform for City’s Digital Transformation“

Yasunori Mochizuki
NEC Corporation

12/6 Wed

Day3 13:30~14:00 Jichikaikan 2F Hall

“FIWARE, an Open IoT Platform for City’s Digital Transformation“

Overview
FIWARE is the EU-originated open-source IoT platform.
This technology is vendor-lock-in free and enables data utilization across silo walls of industrial segments as well as agencies, thereby aiming at a realization of truly smart services and creation of new digital markets.
The technical aspect of FIWARE will be outlined featuring its open nature and the key element of context information management.
Furthermore, FIWARE community is intensively working to expand the FIWARE ecosystem through strategic partnering with related consortia, dissemination activities for local startups and global-scale promotion.

Abstract

  • Yasunori Mochizuki

    Yasunori Mochizuki
    NEC Corporation

    【Bio】
    Yasunori Mochizuki is a Senior Vice President in NEC.
    He is based in Tokyo, Japan, and is currently responsible for the NEC’s corporate-wide technology strategy.
    Previously, he was a VP for Central Research Laboratory of NEC and Corporate Technology.
    He has 30+ years of career as a research scientist as well as a business development manager and his technical expertise covers a broad area including AI-oriented computer science, ICT systems, integrated devices and solid-state physics.
    Since March 2017, when NEC joined FIWARE Foundation as a Platinum member, he is the BoD member of FIWARE Foundation representing NEC.
    Yasunori Mochizuki received his PhD from Electronics Engineering Department, University of Tokyo in 1987.

14:00-14:30

Lecture

The Cambrian explosion in business is coming. Part1
The new business opportunities using sensing devices.

Kenichi Shinjo
HORBAL Inc.

12/6 Wed

Day3 14:00~14:30 Jichikaikan 2F Hall

The Cambrian explosion in business is coming. Part1
The new business opportunities using sensing devices.

Overview
About 540 million years ago, the Cambrian explosion happened, and life forms began to multiply. This was brought by eyes, which is one of the biological sensing devices of life creatures. These days, the technological sensing devices will change the cycle of innovation. This cycle is consist of “see – Quantification, Data conversion”, “understand – analysis, informatization”, “act – solution for problem solving” and “change – improvement of life”. Thus, problems will be solved by various solutions. We have a chance what create various solutions in japan as hold a lot of social problem. How do you combine technology and solution? This seminar will introduce our efforts to create a Cambrian explosion in business.

Abstract

  • Kenichi Shinjo

    Kenichi Shinjo
    HORBAL Inc.

    【Bio】
    2011 – present, Executive Director – HORBAL Inc.
    2017 – present, Executive Director and CSO – Holoeyes Inc.
    2015 – present, Fellow- Tokyo Gakugei Univ. Children Institute for the
    future
    2016 – present, Fellow – Mistletoe, Inc.
    2016 – present, Adviser – Sollation Inc.
    2016 – present, Adviser – Smartmedical Inc.
    2012 – 2016, Executive Director – SPEC HOLDER Inc.
    2013 – 2015, Senior Adviser – oiseau Inc.
    2012 – 2013, Executive Director – appoi Inc.
    2008 – 2013, COO – APPLIYA Inc.
    2007 – 2008, Planner – MOVIDA Inc.
    2000 – 2007, Producer – AllAbout Japan Inc.
    1990 – 2007, Writer – Free

14:30-15:00

Lecture

Trust between humans and currency: Affinity with block chain technology

Moderator:Yoshinori Takahashi
Archetype Co., Ltd.

Speaker:Kenji Saito
Keio Research Institute at SFC, Keio University

12/6 Wed

Day3 14:30~15:00 2F Hall

Trust between humans and currency: Affinity with block chain technology

Overview
From the time people started interacting with each other, the history of currency has begun as a measure of loan.

At the same time, it is also the history of trust between people who trade
with the same currency rules.

In addition to modern currencies that countries and central banks have been securing, new digital currencies are starting to be created due to the development of digital technology.
What kind of impact will the blockchain, which is said to protect records from alteration, have on “trust,” which has an inseparable relationship with the history of currency?

we think about the affinity of trust and block chain technology.

Abstract

  • Yoshinori Takahashi

    Moderator:Yoshinori Takahashi
    Archetype Co., Ltd.

    【Bio】
    Following experiences in digital contents development companies etc., I have established Archetype corporation in 2008.
    I moved to FUJINO TOWN (in Sagamihara city) from April 2011. Fujino town is Inter-mountain area having only 2 convenience stores, with population of 9,000 people.
    Through participating in various community activities, I engage in regional currency.
    In 2012, served as aDirector of Agricultural production corporation FUJINO CLUB and Director of Tokyo Contents Producers · Lab Co., Ltd.
    In2017, served as aboard of chairman Steiner School Co-representative
    Director of Fujino Area Management Corp.

  • Kenji Saito

    Speaker:Kenji Saito
    Keio Research Institute at SFC, Keio University

    【Bio】
    A researcher of Internet and Society.
    He received his M.Eng in Computer Science from Cornell University in 1993. He has been a resident of Shonan Fujisawa Campus (SFC), Keio University, since 2000, where he received his Ph.D. in Media and Governance for digital currency research in 2006.
    He has been a senior researcher of Keio Research Institute at SFC since 2014,after serving as a project senior assistant professor there. He has been the Chief Science Officer at BlockchainHub Inc. since 2016.

Break
15:15-16:00

Lecture

Visualize/Analyze data using Elastic stack

Jun Ohtani
Elasticsearch KK

12/6 Wed

Day3 15:15~16:00 Jichikaikan 2F Hall

Visualize/Analyze data using Elastic stack

Overview
Elastic builds software to make data usable in real time and at scale for search, logging, security, and analytics use cases. Founded in 2012, the company develops the open source Elastic Stack (Elasticsearch, Kibana, Beats, and Logstash).
We introduce Elastic stack and present some use-cases how users uses our Elastic stack, and X-Pack Machine Learning that is commercial features for Elastic stack.

Abstract

  • Jun Ohtani

    Jun Ohtani
    Elasticsearch KK

    【Bio】
    Jun Ohtani is Developer and Developer Advocate at Elastic and Japanese User Group creator. He has been working as Search Consultant for over 6 years and he is the committer of lucene-gosen.

Break
16:10-17:30

Contest

SDN/Cloud Programming Contest 2017 Award Ceremony & Winners presentation

  • Day 312/6 Wed

    OpenStack Ops Meetup

    13:00~17:30

    meeting room #7

Time Category Title ・ Speakers Slides
13:00-17:30

OpenStack Ops Meetup

Etherpad

  • Day 312/6 Wed

    Blockchain Technology

    15:30~17:30

    meeting room #2

Time Category Title ・ Speakers Slides
15:30-17:30

Lecture

Can we solve the new connection in the region with technology? Through examples of regional currency and digital currency

Moderator:Yoshinori Takahashi
Archetype Co., Ltd.

Speaker:Kenji Saito
Keio Research Institute at SFC, Keio University

12/6 Wed

Day3 15:30~17:30 meeting room #2

Can we solve the new connection in the region with technology? Through examples of regional currency and digital currency

Overview
The digital currency is also characterized by being able to trade even for partners who are far away from the physical distances and to trade even those who can not trust each other at all.

Furthermore, as countries and central banks are losing their grip on currencies, this might significantly change the nature of the world. One of several problems that current legal currencies have is that the currency of an area is leaked outside. Moreover, there are issues such as income inequality due to the existence of interest rates and a tendency to replace all values with money. As a measure to resolve these issues, an activity called local currency has appeared several times across generations.

There is also a connection based on trust that money does not get involved if we look to family and community. Can the power of technology bring about new connection among people? We will explore through examples of regional currency and digital currency.

Abstract

  • Yoshinori Takahashi

    Moderator:Yoshinori Takahashi
    Archetype Co., Ltd.

    【Bio】
    Following experiences in digital contents development companies etc., I have established Archetype corporation in 2008.
    I moved to FUJINO TOWN (in Sagamihara city) from April 2011. Fujino town is Inter-mountain area having only 2 convenience stores, with population of 9,000 people.
    Through participating in various community activities, I engage in regional currency.
    In 2012, served as aDirector of Agricultural production corporation FUJINO CLUB and Director of Tokyo Contents Producers · Lab Co., Ltd.
    In2017, served as aboard of chairman Steiner School Co-representative
    Director of Fujino Area Management Corp.

  • Kenji Saito

    Speaker:Kenji Saito
    Keio Research Institute at SFC, Keio University

    【Bio】
    A researcher of Internet and Society.
    He received his M.Eng in Computer Science from Cornell University in 1993. He has been a resident of Shonan Fujisawa Campus (SFC), Keio University, since 2000, where he received his Ph.D. in Media and Governance for digital currency research in 2006.
    He has been a senior researcher of Keio Research Institute at SFC since 2014,after serving as a project senior assistant professor there. He has been the Chief Science Officer at BlockchainHub Inc. since 2016.

  • Day 312/6 Wed

    International Exchange

    14:15~17:30

    meeting room #5

This is an International Exchange session gathering international attendees of OOD2017 conducted as an Asian region deployment activity of OOL. Introduce and discuss about the current collaboration projects in research area and international conferences among OOL members and partners mainly in Taiwan, Malaysia and Japan. Through this discussion further effective collaboration way and direction will be sought.
Time Category Title ・ Speakers Slides
14:15-16:30

Exchange

International Exchange in OOD2017

16:30-17:30

Exchange

Special Q&A Session

Objest:keynote lectures
*same session in 12/7 Wed(11:30-12:30)

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