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    • Belgium, April 22, 2014
      Fujitsu and Tohoku University Develop 3D Tsunami Simulator Enabling Highly Precise Tsunami Forecasting
      Fujitsu Limited today announced that, based on its joint research with Tohoku University that began in 2012, the two have developed a 3D tsunami simulator that can replicate in fine detail the surge of water in urban areas as well as river surges caused by a tsunami. The joint research succeeded in combining a 2D tsunami-propagation simulation technology developed by Professor Fumihiko Imamura, director of the International Research Institute of Disaster Science in Tohoku University with Fujitsu’s 3D fluid simulation technology. As a result, the researchers were able to accurately replicate the complex changes a tsunami undergoes as it interacts with coastal topography or buildings in urban areas, as well as the process of water surges in urban areas and rivers.
    • Belgium, April 22, 2014
      Fujitsu launches ‘Smart’ ATM for European Retail Banking
      Fujitsu today launches across Europe the first of a new family of ‘smart’ ATMs (Automated Teller Machines). Based on the company’s market-leading position and innovation in financial services technology in both Spain and Japan, Fujitsu is taking advantage of its 40 years’ experience and continued commitment to this sector to introduce the FUJITSU ATM Series 100. It enhances end-user interaction and communication, comprises a wide range of innovative security measures, and allows high degree of customization of its ‘look and feel’ to reflect each bank’s corporate branding using a ‘clip on cover’ system.
    • Belgium, March 19, 2014
      IT User Survey van Fujitsu : Bedrijven onderkennen technologische uitdagingen van BYOD
      Voor het tweede jaar op rij heeft Fujitsu haar IT User enquête gevoerd over het tevredenheidsniveau van IT apparaten en –diensten bij Belgische werknemers. Uit de resultaten van 2014 blijkt dat Belgische kantoorwerkers gemiddeld 6 toestellen gebruiken die privé aangekocht zijn of door de werkgever ter beschikking worden gesteld. Het populairste toestel is en blijft de laptop.
    • Belgium, March 19, 2014
      Enquête IT User Survey de Fujitsu : Les entreprises font face aux défis technologiques du BYOD
      Pour la seconde année consécutive, Fujitsu a mené une enquête portant sur le degré de satisfaction des travailleurs belges à l‘égard des outils et des services informatiques. Selon les résultats de l’enquête « IT Satisfaction User Survey 2014 », les employés de bureau belges disposent, en moyenne, de 6 appareils qu’ils soient acquis à titre privé ou mis à disposition par l’employeur. Le plus populaire d’entre eux est et reste l’ordinateur portable.