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Fujitsu presenterar banbrytande IoT-lösningar vid Mobile World Congress 2016

Nyhet   •   Feb 18, 2016 12:24 CET

Vid årets upplaga av Mobile World Congress den 22-25 februari, visar Fujitsu upp sitt banbrytande ekosystem av lösningar för Internet of Things (IoT) som möjliggör nya former av affärsnytta ur den snabbt framväxande teknologin.

Under devisen Human Centric Innovation in Action demonstrerar Fujitsu teknologiska lösningar som Hyperconnected Van och nya enheter, wearables och koncept som visar hur teknologin kan appliceras på olika verksamhetsområden, så som stadsbyggnad och infrastruktur, tillverkning, hälsovård eller jordbruk. Fujitsus utställningsyta på Mobile World Congress finns i Hall 5, monteradress 5A40.

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Fujitsu Showcases IoT solutions as a Business Growth Enabler at Mobile World Congress 2016

News facts:

  • Fujitsu to present its IoT-enabling technologies at Mobile World Congress, Hall 5 booth A40
  • On show: Interactive exhibits from IoT enterprise wearables, Fujitsu Laboratories and mobile devices including STYLISTIC tablets and PalmSecure technology

  • Seamless integration of front-end customer experience with back-end processes and information enables digitally-balanced enterprises 


Munich, February 18, 2016 – At Mobile World Congress 2016, Fujitsu will showcase its Internet of Things (IoT) technologies as a business-growth enabler for digitally-balanced enterprises. Under the themeHuman Centric Innovation in Action, the company will demonstrate how its ground-breaking IoT solutions play an essential role in the digital transformation of business processes across a wide range of industries.

Fujitsu defines digital transformation as bridging the digital disconnect through the seamless integration of new front-end experiences with processes and information at the core operational level. The company believes that digital transformation is fundamental to business growth of every organization, however achieving it requires enterprises to be digitally-enabled from end to end. Mobility plays a central role to achieve this – from workplace solutions, wearable technologies and sensors, to cloud computing. That’s why technology needs to be where the people are – not the other way round – to support and empower people, naturally and unobtrusively.

“European business leaders agree that digital transformation is critical to their future success; however, the majority also believe that the whole digitalization process is a gamble,1” says Dr Alex Bazin, Vice President & Head of IoT Digital Business Platform, Fujitsu Technology Solutions. “Based on a human-centric approach and a comprehensive portfolio of products, solutions and services that together put the company at the forefront of digital excellence, Fujitsu helps enterprises to improve their odds for digital success. At Mobile World Congress we will show how IoT supports this goal.”


Fujitsu at Mobile World Congress 2016

At its booth in Hall 5, A40, Fujitsu will showcase its IoT smart technologies, including:

  • Smart Utilities & Smart Field Services: Demonstrating the Hyperconnected Van and ‘Augmented Reality’ for more effective field engineers
  • Automotive & Smart Transport: One of the biggest challenges of the transport and logistics sector is improving driver safety and fleet management with sensor-based data and Fujitsu offers digital solutions to benefit the driver, fleet manager, the vehicle, the suppliers and the manufacturers
  • IoT enterprise wearables: Devices and sensors including location badges and tags, vital sensing band, and a remote monitoring station. For example, vital-sensing bands detect the workers’ environment to prevent accidents/falls, which improves their wellbeing
  • Smart Manufacturing: Supply chain visibility, factory efficiency, and improved worker safety
  • Smart Healthcare: Fujitsu Healthcare Cloud / RFID solutions for hospitals such as digitalized bedsheets and uniforms for hospital. Fujitus’s Healthcare Cloud platform focuses on patient / client communications and transaction services, self-management, TeleCare, and Community Healthcare services
  • Smart Cities: Showcases on IoT-enabling topics around: Mobility, Big Data and Human Centric Innovation
  • Smart Agriculture: Experience the real-life case study of the Connected Cow in the dairy industry
  • Smart Financial Services: Expanding the Mobile ATM user – Fujitsu ATM Series 100 – using PalmSecure and NFC technologies for secure transactions
  • Mobile devices

Discover Human-Centric Working: ESPRIMO mini PC with embedded PalmSecure technology
Unlimited usability and productivity with FUJITSU Tablet STYLISTIC R726
Easy to use collaboration solution supported by Intel® Unite™ and ESPRIMO Q956 mini PC to transform existing conference rooms into smart, connected places to meet

Demonstrations from Fujitsu Laboratories:


To learn more, visit Fujitsu in Hall 5, Booth A40 at Mobile World Congress2016


Notes to editors

1 Walking the digital tightrope: A study into the digital maturity of organizations across EMEIA was commissioned by Fujitsu and carried out by independent research company, Censuswide, in October 2015. The study covered the UK, Germany, Spain and Sweden and consisted of two parts:

  • A quantitative survey of 643 IT decision makers in the retail, finance, manufacturing and public sectors, examining how many companies are exploring the adoption of a two-speed IT strategy; the factors driving this adoption and the barriers to its success
  • A series of qualitative interviews with 16 CEOs in the same countries and sectors

At the heart of digital transformation is Fujitsu’s new digital business platform MetaArc that brings together cloud, mobile, big data, IoT, and other advanced technologies with the knowledge and expertise of Fujitsu's subject matter experts. Furthermore, Fujitsu also provides the network infrastructure to cope with digital demands to ensure scalability and deployments of its solutions.

2 The recurring physiologic changes that are induced by reproductive hormones in most female mammals.

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