Exploring Cyber-Physical Systems with Toshiba's Corporate Digitization CTO Hiroshi Yamamoto
SINGAPORE, Nov. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Toshiba's Corporate Digitization CTO Hiroshi Yamamoto shares about Toshiba's corporate strategy and why the company is uniquely positioned to be a leader in cyber-physical systems (CPS), since technology today allows for the merging of digital and physical components to create integrated, cyber and physical solutions.
TOSHIBA SPINEX™, a CPS-based program within the holistic Toshiba Enterprise IoT Suite of services
By blending together digital and physical components through integrated physics and logic, CPS enables a repetitive cycle that will engineer new products, services and optimal solutions that will transform how people work and live.
Toshiba is perfectly positioned to play a major role in this new CPS archetype, a framework that creates value by collecting data from product operations and systems in the physical world, recognizing and analyzing them with digital technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), and giving feedback to the physical world.
While Toshiba has been involved in CPS for a long time, efforts have been redoubled recently. In 2019, Toshiba developed the framework for and are nearing implementation of TOSHIBA SPINEX™, a CPS-based program within the holistic Toshiba Enterprise IoT Suite of services. Simply put, TOSHIBA SPINEX™ connects, optimizes and automates a wide array of on-site assets and devices to produce new value - in the process, expanding digital transformation throughout the company and into the communities it serves.
CPS will be a growth driver for Toshiba. Across CPS and IoT, Toshiba has competitive offerings with the ability to forge corporate partnerships, integrate at scale to achieve critical application programming interfaces (APIs), and help customers collaborate and create their own services, solutions and ecosystems.