SMART TOKYO LEADING AREA
"Smart Tokyo" utilizes the power of digital technology to create a future vision of Tokyo.
Here we will introduce the areas in which the Tokyo Metropolitan Government will take the lead in bringing the Smart Tokyo initiative to reality.
Information and advanced technology will make life in the city more convenient, more comfortable, and more connected.
FOR NEXT LIFE DESIGNSeeking to make Tokyo a safer place where people feel more secure
Future Tokyo, where you are connected with your loved ones.
"Future Tokyo," connecting people and the city with digital technology.
A society, in which your loved ones are safe and healthy, where you feel together, however far apart you may be.
A society that is kind and smart to its people.
Let us take a peek into a typical day of a typical family just slightly further into the future.
LEADING AREAMetropolitan Area
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government hopes to transform the city into one that uses cutting-edge technologies to offer cross-sector services, with the goal of achieving "Smart Tokyo," which will leverage the power of digital technology to bring out the potential of the city.
In order to move forward with this initiative, three projects have been chosen to construct models for the development of services in a number of sectors, using AI and real-time data that is closely linked to communities in areas of Tokyo where data and advanced technologies are concentrated, and studies for the creation of social implementation models are in progress.
LEADING AREANISHI SHINJUKU
TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION
An abbreviation for Application Programming Interface. An interface used to call functions of, or data managed by, a certain computer program (software) from another external program.
A people-centric society that utilizes systems that combine cyberspace and physical space to a high degree in order to offer balanced solutions for economic growth and social issues.
An object in cyberspace that is the twin of an object in physical space, created using data collected on the physical object.
A data coordination platform that collects and utilizes a range of data generated by urban areas in order to enhance the services and functions provided in a city, and which creates cross-sector urban services.
An abbreviation for fifth-generation mobile communications systems. The next-generation communications standard used in transmissions for devices such as mobile phones. Compared to 4G, which is currently in widespread use, 5G is characterized by high speed, large capacity, ultra-low latency, and multiple simultaneous connections.
Extensive, diverse, and complex data. Refers to sets of data generated on a daily basis, such as information created by individuals using smartphones, car navigation trip data, etc., which is characterized by its large volume, non-standard nature, and the way in which it increases and alters in real time.