Nagasaki, National Association of Information Technology Associations of Japan (ANIA), chaired by Dr. Wataru Hasegawa, President of KCG Group of Kyoto Information Graduate University (KCGI), Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG), Kyoto Automobile College (KCGM) The tournament was held in Nagasaki City on November 9, and more than 250 people from all over the country participated.ANIA is an organization that aims to create a future society through the development of the local information and telecommunications industry and the development of information and telecommunications infrastructure, and 22 organizations nationwide, about 2,100 companies are members.This year, 30 years since the foundation of ANIA's parent organization was formed in 1987, it was also held as a celebration for the 30th anniversary of ANIA.
First of all, on behalf of the organizer at the convention, Mr. Kazuhide Nakano, President of the Nagasaki Information Industry Association, said, “Region creation with ICT, again from Dejima!“It is the use of ICT that holds the key to depopulating and revitalizing the region, and the role played by the organization of regional organizations, ANIA, is becoming increasingly important.To that end, ANIA has many issues to be solved, such as the elimination of IT personnel shortages.Let's all work together to overcome this problem. "
Next, ANIA Chairman Hiroshi Hasegawa greeted, “In the last 30 years, computers have developed rapidly, and with the advent of AI, IoT, big data, and so on, society is about to change drastically.In such an era, ANIA would like to contribute to the promotion of the national information industry by actively working as a forum for exchanging opinions and information among local members and associations. " , In response to the progress of computerization, ANIA expressed its determination to continue active activities in the future.Next, Ms. Nobuyoshi Fujioka, Director of Regional Information Technology Human Resources Development Office, Commerce and Information Policy Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, and Mr. Noboru Matsuda, Director of Regional Information Promotion Office, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications We expressed great expectations for further success in the future.
After the tournament, we moved to a social gathering, and after the opening of the mirror with the addition of President Hasegawa, Nagasaki's traditional “Dragon Dance” and other attractions were shown, and the members of the local information industry and the future They actively exchanged opinions and deepened exchanges about the activities, and vowed to develop the next 30 years of ANIA.In addition, a video message from Mayor Tomihisa Tagami from Nagasaki City was also broadcast.
The shortage of human resources in the IT industry is becoming more serious, and ANIA is also indispensable for the growth of the IT industry, and has put "advanced IT human resource development" as one of the main axes of future activities.KCGI and KCG, which have sent out excellent IT human resources, will continue to contribute to the development of the information industry in the region and the country through human resource development through education incorporating the most advanced IT.