This year, Fujitsu is a key exhibitor at Shift Automotive. Hugo Lerias, CTO Automotive, Fujitsu, spoke to IFA International about his keynote at the conference and how the company is working in the field of future mobility.
The keynote gave insights on how companies can already solve combinatorial optimisation problems under real-time conditions using quantum-inspired technologies.
Fujitsu has a long-standing history working in various fields of the automotive industry, being a Tier 1 supplier of electronic components and IT services for a rich ecosystem of automotive suppliers. For mega-cities like Tokyo and its central taxi company, Fujitsu provides telematics and services that optimise the dispatch of vehicles and improve the utilisation of mobility offering. Furthermore, Fujitsu is leveraging new technologies like the quantum-computing-inspired Digital Annealing Unit for such things as passenger car matching. We offer biometric authentication services and solutions like PalmSecure for new mobility platforms that help to identify the driver and ultimately improve the customer journey.
FUJITSU IS LEVERAGING NEW TECHNOLOGIES LIKE THE QUANTUM COMPUTING INSPIRED DIGITAL ANNEALING UNIT
In 20 years, what will have changed in the way we move around?
In the coming decades, the landscape will change dramatically. This will be driven by emerging consumer trends and innovative mobility services. Ecosystems which easily allow multi-modal travelling will evolve, transforming how people move and where they live and work.
How important is Shift Automotive as a platform to foster thought leadership in this field, and why?
This event shows the future of mobility and provides an excellent platform for interaction with decision-makers and industry thought leaders. Therefore, at Shift Automotive, we present our connected services offering to support next-generation mobility services.
OPTIMISING THE JOURNEY: HOW TO MAKE FREE-FLOW CARSHARING WORK
Date: Wednesday, 11 September
Time: 11:25 am
Location: Hall 26b – GRAND THEATER
Photo: Hugo Lerias, CTO Automotive, Fujitsu