SI vendors are good at developing information systems by sorting out customer’s requirements (right).
What we develop is not information systems but physics systems. It is necessary to go back to the physical analysis to respond to issues and requests from within in the field, rather than just taking care of programs. We are good at modeling the heart as a life phenomenon with computational science such as physical and numerical modeling techniques and programing utilizing a supercomputer.
Creating a service business with a supercomputer is the major issue of Japanese industry. Japan Medical Device Corporation is the one that will challenge it.
Each time we conduct pre/post processing for a service, we accumulate data as knowledge. We increase the quality of the simulation analysis results of each service by feeding it back to the research.
We utilize AI to automate manual handling operations to reduce cost ( C ) and shorten delivery time ( D ).
Although this process is initially performed manually, by automating the service process, we will increase the number of cases that can be handled and make it possible to deliver this service to many hospitals and patients.
JMD will expand its business in Japan and overseas to create new innovations in the medical field through research and development of new services that apply heart simulation technology. In addition, we aim to collaborate with enterprises in other industries utilizing business know-how accumulated by JMD.
In terms of collaboration with our former home Fujitsu Limited, we create new healthcare related services together utilizing Fujitsu’s strong customer base as well as jointly working with research and business development in medical fields. Through these activities, we aim to become a partner to be able to provide new values.
In other industries, for example with automobile manufactures, we may create a service that detects driver’s biological information and alerts the driver while driving by combining biological, perceptual, and cognitive information with our simulation technology.
With housing manufactures, by utilizing the simulation technology, they may develop housing that can provide a variety of home medical services such as watching over home care patients and the elderly, and remote diagnosis in depopulated areas.
In this way, if we utilize the heart simulator and its infrastructural technology, there will be possibilities to develop new services related with healthcare and products from a completely new perspective that cannot be imagined today.