- カテゴリ： バーチャル提案
- 作成日： 2009/07/24 21:23:25
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- Secure Safe Comfort Environment Whenever, Wherever, Send/Receive Information Information sharing Reduce Information Cost Operational efficiency improvement RF-ID
Ambient Intelligence Society
(build upon ubiquitous computing) Sensor Network
Ubiquitous Network Society
(2004: u-Japan Vision) IPv6
Q. The number of mobile phone subscriptions in Japan has surpassed 100 million, which has had a profound influence on society. What is KDDI doing to help promote the safe use of mobile phones, and what environmental initiatives have you adopted? A. We are taking proactive steps to educate customers, along with recycling and other environmental measures.
The widespread use of mobile phones has led to their use in ways that we could not have imagined initially, such as minors accessing harmful websites. This is one of the hidden liabilities of the usefulness of mobile phones, and I think it is vitally important for customers to understand what the potential problems are, and how to use the services properly. KDDI has been helping to educate customers with a program of classes on mobile phones, which we plan to expand further in FY 2010.3. We also provide a filtering service for accessing Internet sites through mobile phones to ensure a safe and secure environment for young people. Going forward, we plan to allow for further control of the access environment by sharing information with website developers. KDDI also has a proactive program of environmental initiatives, such as the collection and recycling of used mobile phone handsets, including those from other carriers. The disassembly of the handsets is conducted by KDDI Challenged, a special subsidiary established to help provide work opportunities for people with disabilities. Also, through our mobile content services we actively sponsor environmental conservation campaigns in which customers participate, such as the “au Smart Sports Yakushima Walk” begun in November 2008, and the “Green Road Project” launched in February 2009.
(2001: e-Japan Strategy) 1995
Note: Composed by KDDI Research Institute based on Hitachi Research Institute documentation.
KDDI CORPORATION Annual Report 2009