The efforts of marine IT education in the Kyoto IT Graduate School (KCGI) Next Generation Industry Course and Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) Marine IT Course Marine IT Course were introduced in the February issue of Million Echo Publishing “Boat Fishing”.The university's own training ship “Seiun Maru” moored at a fishing port in Obama City, Fukui Prefecture will be touched on, and will be equipped with the latest equipment that has been repeatedly studied and selected with the industry-academia partner Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. The University's thoughts on education and research are posted on four pages with many photographs.
In addition to the development of fish detectors using IT for the development of the ocean and fisheries, the introduction of a data collection system for marine resources and the environment with a traceability function using artificial satellites in order to realize efficient and sustainable fishing. Etc. are being sought.In addition, there is an urgent need to use IT on ships for energy conservation, safe navigation, greenhouse gas reduction, marine pollution prevention, and marine natural energy utilization.Under such circumstances, our university is focusing on education and research activities in the marine IT field in order to develop human resources who can lead these marine IT.
Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) Department of Applied Information, Marine IT Course