Date

May 24 (Wed), May 25 (Thu), May 26 (Fri), 2023

Venue

Makuhari Messe

Special seminar

SPECIAL SEMINAR

Pre-registration required

free to attend

The special seminar will hold a total of 29 lectures at three venues: A, B, and C.

※Titles omitted
Session recording, photography and video recording
Anything is prohibited.
Due to circumstances, there may be some changes in the lecturer and the contents of the program.

DAY 1
5 / 25
Wed
10:30
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11:30

5/25 (Wed) 10:30-11:30 Room A

CSPI-A101
JCM
CPDS
JCCA
CPD

Initiatives to Promote Infrastructure DX by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
Minister's Secretariat Technical Research Division
Assistant manager
Yousuke Tanaka

Born in Fukuoka Prefecture
2010 Entered Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

After joining the ministry, engaged in policy making, planning and development in the field of roads and ports. After serving as Second Secretary of the Embassy of Japan in Myanmar, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Director of Road Planning Division 1, Tohoku Regional Development Bureau, Cabinet Secretariat (in charge of infrastructure investment promotion), etc., he assumed his current position in October 2021. In my current position, I am in charge of measures related to the promotion of infrastructure DX and i-Construction.

In order to deal with problems such as labor shortages and shortages of workers that are expected to affect Japan in the future, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism is promoting the use of ICT at construction sites and the standardization of construction periods in order to improve productivity at construction sites. We have been promoting “i-Construction” to promote In addition, with "i-Construction" at the core, we are expanding our efforts to "DX in the infrastructure field" that will further develop and transform the entire business. In this lecture, we will comprehensively introduce these specific efforts and individual measures. do.

DAY 1
5 / 25
Wed
13:00
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14:00

5/25 (Wed) 13:00-14:00 Venue A

CSPI-A102
JCM
CPDS
JCCA
CPD

Promoting Digital Transformation at Construction Sites

Komatsu Ltd.
Operating officer
General Manager of Smart Construction Promotion Headquarters
Chiyoshi Shike

Born in Fukushima Prefecture in 1968. Founded BIGENTAL Co., Ltd. (head office: Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture / construction equipment rental business) in 1997 with three employees. 100% invested) integrated management and became president at the same time. In January 2015, he assumed the post of Komatsu Executive Officer and General Manager of Smart Construction Promotion Headquarters, which he continues to this day.

Recently, the term construction DX (Digital Transformation) has become a common word. Since 2015, Komatsu has been promoting "SMARTCONSTRUCTION", a solution for optimizing ICT construction, and working to solve issues such as labor shortages at construction sites. Furthermore, from 2020, with the introduction of "Digital Transformation Smart Construction" aiming for "safe, highly productive, smart and clean workplaces of the future", all construction processes are connected with 3D data, We are optimizing on-site construction. In this presentation, I will introduce these activities.

DAY 1
5 / 25
Wed
15:00
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16:00

5/25 (Wed) 15:00-16:00 Venue A

CSPI-A103
JCM
CPDS
JCCA
CPD

Improving productivity in the construction industry with construction robots

~What can be done and what is expected~

University of Tokyo
Graduate School of Engineering
Specially Appointed Professor
Keiji Nagatani

1997 Completed doctoral course at University of Tsukuba. Doctor of Engineering. After working as a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, Lecturer at the Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Okayama University, Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, and Associate Professor at the Joint Research Center for Future Science and Technology, Tohoku University. Specially Appointed Professor. Moonshot research and development project Goal (3) Project manager (concurrent). Engaged in field robotics research, such as the automation of construction machinery and the development of volcano exploration robots. He is a member of the Robotics Society of Japan, the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, and IEEE.

The working population in the construction industry is on the decline, and the workforce continues to age. In order to deal with this problem, "productivity improvement in the construction industry" is required. One of the ways to improve this productivity is to "introduce ICT and robot technology to construction sites", and construction machines equipped with technologies such as machine guidance and machine control are currently being introduced to actual sites. In order to further improve productivity, automation of construction machinery is essential, and various technological developments are currently underway for this purpose, but there are still many problems to be solved. In this presentation, we will examine what technologies have been realized so far and what problems should be solved in the future for "improving productivity in the construction industry."

DAY 2
5 / 26
Thu
10:30
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11:30

5/26 (Thu) 10:30-11:30 Room A

CSPI-A104
JCM
CPDS
JCCA
CPD

Efforts for infrastructure maintenance by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

~Enhancing sophistication and efficiency through the use of new technologies, etc.~

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
Policy Bureau Public Works Planning and Coordination Division
coordinator
Shunpei Harada

Born in Kanagawa Prefecture, graduated from Graduate School of Urban Environmental Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University (currently Tokyo Metropolitan University)
2011 Joined Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
So far, he has served as Assistant Manager of the Overseas Project Promotion Division, Policy Bureau, Assistant Manager of the Expressway Division, Road Bureau, Director of Planning Division, Yokohama National Highway Office, Kanto Regional Development Bureau, Director of Planning Division, Planning Department, Kanto Regional Development Bureau, etc.

In Japan, the social infrastructure built after the period of high economic growth is aging. Under these circumstances, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism has been working on various measures in infrastructure maintenance since December 2017 at the Social Infrastructure Development Council/Transport Policy Council Technology Subcommittee Technology Department Company Capital Maintenance Strategy Subcommittee (3rd Term). are discussing. In this presentation, I will introduce the status of each initiative, including the utilization of new technologies, related to measures against aging infrastructure in the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.

DAY 2
5 / 26
Thu
12:30
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13:30

5/26 (Thu) 12:30-13:30 Room A

CSPI-A105
JCM
CPDS
JCCA
CPD

Mechanism of realization of i-Construction

~Social Implementation, Data Linkage, Human Resource Development~

Shimizu Corporation
Civil Engineering Technology Division Innovation Promotion Department
(Japan Society of Civil Engineers Construction Management Committee i-Consturction Subcommittee)
Fumiya Matsushita

Joined Shimizu Corporation in April 2013, experienced tunnel construction and subway construction at the International Branch (Malaysia, Vietnam), technical review work at the Civil Engineering Headquarters, and tunnel construction at the Civil Engineering Tokyo Branch.・Engaged in development. During this time, from 2018, he was dispatched as a researcher to the University of Tokyo Graduate School of Engineering "i-Construction System Science" endowed course to promote research and development related to i-Construction. Doctor of Engineering.

i-Construction is an initiative to transform the construction production management system by utilizing 3D models, ICT, IoT, AI, spatial information processing technology, etc. in the construction process. In order to realize this transformation, under the collaboration of industry, government and academia, (1) building a system and system for social implementation of a new construction production process, (2) data between each process such as design, construction, maintenance management, etc. Themes such as cooperation and (3) utilization of new technologies and development of human resources responsible for research and development are important. Since July 2020, the JSCE Construction Management Committee i-Construction Subcommittee has been discussing these themes with researchers and practitioners from industry, academia, and government. In this seminar, we will introduce the contents of this discussion.

DAY 2
5 / 26
Thu
14:00
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15:00

5/26 (Thu) 14:00-15:00 Room A

CSPI-A106
JCM
CPDS
JCCA
CPD

Issues and Future Possibilities of Surveying and Infrastructure Inspection Using Drones

Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University
Drone Survey Education and Research Organization (DSERO)
Representative Director
Yuzo Ohnishi

Graduated from the Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University, and completed a doctoral course at the University of California, Berkeley. After that, he taught at the Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University, and after working as an associate professor and then a professor, in 2008 he was appointed Executive Vice President of Kyoto University. In 2013, he became a specially appointed professor at the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Engineering, Kansai University. Chairman of the Energy Agency's Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Contaminated Water Treatment Committee, Chairman of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Social Infrastructure Monitoring Committee, and many other MLIT-related committee chairmen and committee members. . Honorary Member of Japan Society of Civil Engineers

Drone surveying has entered a new phase in recent years. While the equipment mounted on drones is shifting from cameras to lasers, the emergence of green lasers has made underwater surveying possible in shallow water (within a few meters), and the introduction of new equipment has expanded the scope of application. The Drone Surveying Education and Research Organization (DSERO) researches drone surveying and spatial information technology, and conducts human resource development and educational activities. Currently, there are many drone surveys that are compatible with "i-Con", and the organization is conducting education to improve survey accuracy regarding "i-Con", so the latest equipment is being introduced along with the trends of the organization. We will explore the possibilities of drone surveying and explain future issues.

DAY 2
5 / 26
Thu
15:30
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16:30

5/26 (Thu) 15:30-16:30 Room A

CSPI-A107
JCM
CPDS
JCCA
CPD

The Role of Construction Consultants Changing with Construction Productivity Improvements

~ What will construction consulting do in the future? ~

Pacific Consultants Co., Ltd.
Kyushu Land Infrastructure Division
manager
Takeshi Watanabe

Construction consultant experience (25 years)
Mainly in charge of designing river structures
1992 Completed Graduate School of Engineering, Kobe University
[Japan Society of Civil Engineers] Active
Committee on Civil Engineering Informatics: Subcommittee on Improvement of Construction Productivity Using 3D Models, Subcommittee Chair
Civil Engineering Informatics Committee: Construction Information Automatic Processing Research Subcommittee Member
Structural Engineering Committee: Civil Engineering Structure Standard Specifications Revision Subcommittee Member
Japan Society of Civil Engineers/Architectural Institute of Japan Collaborative TF: Member

The introduction of BIM/CIM, ICT, and front loading is expected to improve productivity in the construction field as a whole. We will provide topics on how designers (consultants) should be in such a social background, taking river structures as an example.
・Consulting business domain changing with the introduction of ECI
・Regarding standardization and standardization of structures (does design become easier?)
・Regarding new ways of managing river management facilities that focus on performance
・For intelligent structures (what is required of consultants)

DAY 3
5 / 27
Friday
10:30
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11:30

5/27 (Fri) 10:30-11:30 Room A

CSPI-A108
JCM
CPDS
JCCA
CPD

New technology utilization system in public works

Initiatives to Promote Infrastructure DX by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
Minister's Secretariat Technical Research Division
Assistant manager
Masato Yoshida

In fiscal 2001, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism established NETIS ( new technology information system).
In addition, in order to promote the development of new technologies, efforts are being made to match field needs with technology seeds and to promote industry-government-academia collaboration, including in different fields.
In this presentation, we will introduce measures to promote the use of new technologies such as NETIS and the latest efforts to promote technological development.

DAY 3
5 / 27
Friday
13:00
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14:00

5/27 (Fri) 13:00-14:00 Room A

CSPI-A109
JCM
CPDS
JCCA
CPD

Digitization of "New Hiyari-Hatto Report" and Safety and Health Management DX

Construction Occupational Accident Prevention Association
General Manager of Technology Management Department
Kenji Motoyama

Joined the Ministry of Labor (currently the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare) in 1977 and retired in March 2015. In July 2015, he assumed the post of technical management manager of the Japan Construction Occupational Safety and Health Association.

In order to overcome the current situation where the rate of decrease in disasters has slowed down, Kenzai Boho has developed a new disaster prevention measure based on the concept of resilience engineering. This is a “deepened Safety-I + Safety” by analyzing the content of reports on near-miss incidents at construction sites and analyzing the background factors of human factors (stress, communication, WE, etc.) and the resilience ability, which is the ability to recover before a disaster occurs. -II”, which leads to a new measure. In this lecture, I will outline the "New Hiyari Hatto Report" and explain the direction of safety and health management DX that can be found by digitizing it and deploying it on site.

DAY 3
5 / 27
Friday
14:30
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15:30

5/27 (Fri) 14:30-15:30 Room A

CSPI-A110
JCM
CPDS
JCCA
CPD

Digital Agency's approach to land and geospatial information

Digital Agency
Data strategy management
Kenji Hiramoto

After working as an SIer, he assumed his current position. Responsible for digital service reform, such as promoting data infrastructure development from a global perspective. Recently, he participated in a smart city project including geospatial.

Digital Agency
In charge of geospatial information
Kotaro Nakamura

A so-called private human resource who concurrently works for a private map company. Responsible for maintenance of base registries, mainly in the field of geospatial information. Currently mainly engaged in address (address / location) base registry development.

Land and geospatial information form the basis of all social activities. In addition, due to the advancement of digital technology, efforts are being strengthened around the world to realize digital twins. Under such circumstances, we will explain the outline of the digital strategy, data strategy, and digital garden city that the Digital Agency is working on, the positioning of land and geospatial information in it, and the future direction. In addition, from satellites to underground, land and geospatial information, domestic and international situations, development of data models, progress of base registry projects, deployment to smart cities, and specific issues and solutions to face them. I would like to explain about our efforts.