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TV Cul­tura is an ex­am­ple of pub­lic TV and is rec­og­nized world­wide by pro­duc­ing ed­u­ca­tional and cul­tural con­tent with good qual­ity for al­most 50 years. The chan­nel got the se­cond high­est qual­ity score by a re­search made by the Bri­tish in­sti­tute, Pop­ulis, in 2014: "Per­cep­tions of TV chan­nel qual­ity". In order to con­tinue with this ex­cel­lence, TV Cul­tura in­vested in the mod­ern­iza­tion of the equip­ment and in­fra­struc­ture of the news stu­dio. Pana­sonic sup­plied cam­eras, con­trollers, switch­ers and many broad­cast­ing AV equip­ment. Ac­cord­ing to Gil­vani Mo­letta, from TV Cul­tura, "For the ENG (Enetronic News Gather­ing), ex­ter­nal and news cam­eras, TV Cul­tura chose Pana­sonic cam­eras due to the P2 me­dia, which brought a lot of agility to the jour­nal­ism edit­ing. For all the projects that we work with Cen­tral In­gest, the card keeps com­pat­i­ble with all new so­lu­tions and tech­nolo­gies, be­cause it is a re­ally con­sol­i­dated tech­nol­ogy". And Ser­gio Con­stantino from Pana­sonic com­mented "In case of the stu­dio cam­eras, it has the ad­van­tage of the trunk video func­tion, which makes it pos­si­ble to use these cam­eras in vir­tual stu­dios in near fu­ture". Mo­letta af­ter con­cluded "Pana­sonic's so­lu­tions fit per­fectly into our work­flow with­out the need of in­vest­ment for this mat­ter. We also count on Pana­sonic's af­ter sales ser­vice, which is ex­cel­lent".

Pana­sonic De­vel­ops Un­su­per­vised Ma­chine Learn­ing Tech­nol­ogy that Au­to­mat­i­cally Learns Op­ti­mally Tuned Model ac­cord­ing to Size and Com­plex­ity of Given Data

Pana­sonic Cor­po­ra­tion to­day an­nounced that it has de­vel­oped a new un­su­per­vised ma­chine learn­ing tech­nol­ogy that au­to­mat­i­cally learns the op­ti­mally tuned model ac­cord­ing to the size and com­plex­ity of the given data. This tech­nol­ogy can be ap­plied to real world sit­u­a­tions, where the avail­able data is small and its com­plex­ity is un­known. This de­vel­op­ment was re­al­ized at the AI So­lu­tion Cen­ter, Busi­ness In­no­va­tion Di­vi­sion. Our pa­per on this tech­nol­ogy was ac­cepted for NIPS 2017 (Neu­ral In­for­ma­tion Pro­cess­ing Sys­tems), which is the top in­ter­na­tional aca­demic con­fer­ence in the AI and ma­chine learn­ing fields. There are many cases in our main busi­ness ar­eas (e.g., home ap­pli­ances, res­i­den­tial, au­to­mo­tive, and B2B so­lu­tions), where it is dif­fi­cult to ap­ply AI tech­nol­ogy be­cause of the lim­i­ta­tions of the avail­able data (e.g., size lim­i­ta­tion, un­known com­plex­ity). Since our tech­nol­ogy

can au­to­mat­i­cally ob­tain the so­lu­tion with an op­ti­mally tuned model, bur­den­some man­ual tun­ing of the model can be sig­nif­i­cantly re­duced. There­fore, it can be ex­pected that the ap­pli­ca­tion range of AI tech­nol­ogy can be spread more widely. In the fu­ture, by ac­cel­er­at­ing re­search and de­vel­op­ment of this tech­nol­ogy, we will work on re­al­iz­ing AI tech­nol­ogy that can be used in real sit­u­a­tions such as fa­mil­iar IoT equip­ment and sys­tems. This tech­nol­ogy is a re­sult of joint re­search with Pro­fes­sor Hiroki Arimura (Hokkaido Uni­ver­sity), As­so­ciate Pro­fes­sor Takuya Kida (Hokkaido Uni­ver­sity) and Lec­turer Is­sei Sato (The Uni­ver­sity of Tokyo). The de­tails of this tech­nol­ogy will be pre­sented at NIPS 2017 (to be held from De­cem­ber 4, 2017 in Long Beach, USA).

Pana­sonic North Amer­ica Wins Gold at the 2017 ITSMA Mar­ket­ing Ex­cel­lence Awards

ITSMA, the lead­ing source for B2B mar­keters, has named Pana­sonic North Amer­ica one of 18 winners of its 2017 Mar­ket­ing Ex­cel­lence Awards. The award was pre­sented on Novem­ber 1, dur­ing ITSMA's 24th An­nual Con­fer­ence, Mar­ket­ing Vi­sion 2017, in Cam­bridge, Mas­sachusetts. Pana­sonic North Amer­ica re­ceived the Gold award in the Brand Dif­fer­en­ti­a­tion cat­e­gory for the Tech­nolo­gies That Move Us brand plat­form and cam­paign. Winners were cho­sen for ex­cel­lence in in­no­va­tion, pro­gram ex­e­cu­tion and busi­ness re­sults. "This year's winners stood apart with in­spir­ing pro­grams that drove sub­stan­tial im­pact on the busi­ness," said Dave Munn, Pres­i­dent and CEO of ITSMA. "Pana­sonic pro­vided an out­stand­ing ex­am­ple of how a brand can dif­fer­en­ti­ate it­self in to­day's con­nected econ­omy." The Tech­nolo­gies That Move Us plat­form gave voice to a new com­pany vi­sion and po­si­tioned Pana­sonic as the for­ward-think­ing tech­nol­ogy part­ner that cus­tomers wanted. "Our goal was to trans­form how our brand was per­ceived in North Amer­ica. This ini­tia­tive far ex­ceeded all our ex­pec­ta­tions," said Lau­ren Sal­lata, Chief Mar­ket­ing Of­fi­cer at Pana­sonic North Amer­ica. "This is truly a new chap­ter for a sto­ried brand en­ter­ing its 100th year."

Pana­sonic Shows Ad­vanced Tech­nolo­gies for Smart Fac­tory at CIIF 2017, China In­ter­na­tional In­dus­try Fair

For China In­ter­na­tional In­dus­try Fair 2017 , Pana­sonic has cho­sen "Smart Fac­tory So­lu­tions" as its theme and re­pro­duced the pro­duc­tion process so that vis­i­tors can ex­pe­ri­ence man­u­fac­tur­ing "au­to­ma­tion," an "un­manned fac­tory," and "stan­dard­iza­tion." Pana­sonic's pro­pri­etary, cut­ting-edge net­work, "RTEX," is a high­light of the booth. Pana­sonic has pro­vided the RTEX so­lu­tion to cus­tomers in var­i­ous in­dus­tries and has col­lab­o­rated with its part­ners to cre­ate this year's show­case. An­other high­light of the booth is Pana­sonic's A6 Servo Mo­tor. Pana­sonic's A6 Servo Mo­tor boasts ex­cel­lent fea­tures, such as high speed, high ac­cu­racy, and high sta­bil­ity, and it has been mounted on Bei­jing Jing­diao Group's de­vice, en­abling it to etch ac­cu­rately even on a very thin sur­face like an egg shell. Also, Pana­sonic's Servo Mo­tor can re­duce main­te­nance and mal­func­tions and also en­ables real-time ad­just­ment of equip­ment via the re­mote con­trol room and mo­bile ter­mi­nals. In ad­di­tion, with the Par­al­lel Link Ro­bot, an en­gi­neer can di­rectly teach the ro­bot skills honed over time through his/her hands. It mem­o­rizes the mo­tions and tech­niques, and en­ables flex­i­ble pos­ture con­trol for del­i­cate work. Pana­sonic con­trib­utes to cre­ate smarter fac­tory and ef­fec­tive man­age­ment of man­u­fac­tur­ing process for var­i­ous in­dus­tries.

Ser­gio Con­stantino from Pana­sonic

Pana­sonic North Amer­ica Wins Gold at the 2017 ITSMA Mar­ket­ing Ex­cel­lence Awards

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