The "Future Environment Lab" established by Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) and the Kyoto College of Information Institute (KCGI) in collaboration with the General Technology Research Institute of Nihon Unisys, a major IT service provider, held a seminar on Saturday, November 17, 2018, at the KCGI Kyoto Station Satellite and the new building of KCG Kyoto Station School, inviting "IoT Arujan (ALGYAN)," a community that pursues cutting-edge environments and methods for developing the Internet of Things (IoT).Students also participated in the event to learn more about one of the most popular services, Azure Sphere.
The speakers were Mr. Hiroshi Ohta, Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft Japan Corporation, the company that introduced "Azure Sphere" to the market, and Mr. Takashi Matsuoka of Seeed Corporation, the company that sells the IoT device "MT3620 Development Kit".Both of them said, "Let's spread IoYT (Internet of Your Things) cheerfully and happily from Japan to the world!I am a member of the community "IoT Arujan (ALGYAN)" which is working for the purpose of
At the beginning of the session, Chief Researcher Sakamoto of the "Future Environment Laboratory" introduced the activities of the laboratory.Mr. Ota continued his presentation titled "The Latest Technology for Building Secure Devices: Microsoft Azure Sphere".After discussing the benefits and risks of connected devices, he introduced Azure Sphere, which consists of a Linux distribution developed by Microsoft, chips for IoT terminals, and security services in the cloud.Mr. Matsuoka gave a presentation titled "MT3620 Development Kit and Development Method", in which he explained about the development environment of "Azure Sphere".After the lecture, there was a reception to deepen exchanges among the participants.
In February 2017, the KCG Group established the "Future Environment Laboratory" on campus as a creative project in collaboration with the General Technology Research Institute of Nihon Unisys, Ltd. to foster the next generation of IT human resources through industry-university cooperation.Students who will be active in the IT industry of the future are using their flexible ideas and creativity to conduct a variety of research and academic collaborations with researchers from IT companies.
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