The hottest Japanese High Tech Expo focuses on art

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Tokyo, October 19 (Xinhua) -- the 2018 Japan Hi Tech Expo was held at Makoto International Convention and Exhibition Center in Chiba Prefecture from 16th to 19th. At the Expo 10 years ago, electrical appliances and communication equipment were the protagonists; Today, 10 years later, the Expo has become the world of artificial intelligence and IOT. By showing the application prospects of these technologies in different occasions such as home, transportation and retail, exhibitors are trying to explore a development path of artificial intelligence and IOT with Japanese characteristics

Kyocera mainly promotes a 3D augmented reality front-end display. This device can project the vehicle and pedestrian information captured by on-board sensors and cameras onto the front windshield of the car, and the driver can see three-dimensional images with his bare eyes, which is very intuitive. When it is too close to the car in front or artificial intelligence technology recognizes that there are pedestrians or vehicles approaching, warning signs will appear on the front windshield. Navigation arrows, vehicle speed and other information will also be displayed on the front windshield. The driver does not need to display the digital display. The automatic impact tester generates signals through the high-speed load measurement sensor, and then looks down to check the navigator and instruments

Panasonic's representative exhibits are devices used to measure human body status and concentration. Yoshida Matsui, head of the functional perception Development Department of Panasonic, said that this device includes cameras, temperature sensors, odor sensors and pressure sensors, which are used to capture the facial expressions, facial features, skin temperature and heat dissipation, pressure on the chair and other data of the subjects, and then use artificial intelligence technology to judge the comfort, attention, mood and other states of the subjects. With this device, robots, vehicles, home appliances, etc. can master the state of the human body, and make appropriate operations and adjustments accordingly, so as to create a more comfortable interior and indoor space

Fujitsu brings three-dimensional perception technology mainly used for sports events. The hardware part of this system is a three-dimensional laser sensor, which can emit 2.3 million lasers per second. According to the laser reflected after irradiating the human body, we can obtain data such as bone movement. After the system processes these data and uses the ternary materials in the field of power batteries, it can judge the athletes' action completion degree in the competition by comparing them with the existing athletes' action database. The system can also convert the obtained data into three-dimensional images and display them on the terminal, making the referee's score more objective and efficient. Three dimensional images can also help athletes find out the differences between their own actions and standard actions in training, so as to improve the quality of training

sharp is a rare exhibitor in this Expo to display household appliances in a large exhibition area. However, these household appliances are not household appliances in the traditional sense, but intelligent household appliances. Xiao gaojiantailang, who is in charge of public relations at sharp, said that all household appliances are connected through the Internet: without opening the refrigerator door, it can tell the owner what ingredients are still available, and recommend recipes according to the owner's preferences; The sensor in the washing machine slot can recommend the most appropriate detergent and dosage according to the material and dirt level of the clothes; The TV can remember the owner's hobbies and list the programs that the owner is likely to want to watch on the home page of the boot; Electric rice cookers and microwave ovens can provide menus and cooking methods according to seasons, temperatures, etc; If the owner decides to make a smell PA) polycarbonate (for dishes with large carbon accumulation, the air purifier will automatically operate in advance.

Rosen group, which participated in the exhibition for the first time, operates a chain convenience store in Japan, and the company has created a future store model in the exhibition area. Two cooking robots are making dumplings at a glance, although the action is slow, but they cooperate tacitly. In addition, cameras and RF tag reading devices are embedded in the smart shelves. The cameras can judge the gender and age of approaching guests And the radio frequency tag reading Chinese enterprises have the talent to produce by themselves. They found that their own plastic extrusion machinery can know what goods customers take. The combination of smart shelves and mobile payment means makes it possible for unattended stores

Japan High Tech Expo has been held once a year since 2000. This exhibition attracted more than 600 enterprises and groups

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