Emerging technologies conquer data buildup and put it to work in the public sector
Unique data problems in the public sector require unique solutions. Find out how emerging tech can help you conquer the ever-growing mountain of data you organization is facing.
Using Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) to enhance business ecosystems
Fujitsu’s Distributed Ledger Technology solution for Rice Exchange brings security, transparency, traceability & finality to complex rice trading. It enables buyers, sellers & service providers to find each other in a digital form.
How to protect business and consumer safety with tamper-proof supply chains
DLT supply chain solutions bring a trusted point of validation & provide a transparent & tamper-proof way to trace, track & verifying an item throughout its lifespan.
Reimagining manufacturing: using advanced technology solutions to revolutionize efficiency, cost control and supply chain credibility
Discover the 3 new Fujitsu manufacturing technologies set to improve process efficiency, keep machinery at optimal capacity & tackle global supply chain complexity
Digital identity: Can local governments now meet the high expectations of today’s citizens?
Fujitsu discusses how digital identity via DLT can provide citizens with control over their own data & how this can empower governments to provide more efficient, transparent & personalized services.
Public Sector AI Solutions. Enabling recovery, resilience & reform beyond COVID-19
From mobility, safety in public spaces & the provision of government services – disruptive AI-based technologies are opening up new possibilities and meeting the changing needs of citizens.
12 Strategic steps to Accelerate your Blockchain Journey: The Enterprise Blockchain Manifesto
Many discussions about both blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) can still make people uncomfortable, not …
The dos and don’ts of blockchain consortia
To help decide whether you have the basis for a flourishing ecosystem, Fujitsu has identified the seven signs that indicate further investigation is warranted and seven questions about a consortiums purpose and structure to encourage real and sustainable value over the long run.
Revitalizing Tokyo's Business District with Data from Multiple Industries (Part 1)
The Otemachi-Marunouchi-Yurakucho (OMY) district that extends from Tokyo Station to the Imperial Palace is drawing attention as a key hub for people, products, and information. Mitsubishi Estate and Fujitsu are carrying out co-creation efforts with companies from many different industries to find new ways to enhance the OMY district's value.