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The Ishikawa Prefectural Government established an advanced communication system with Interstage Application Server, Symfoware Server, and PRIMECLUSTER software

"Prefectural residents, parties concerned with reducing water disaster risks, and so forth can now obtain more accurate information."

Prefectural Government Official

Fujitsu’s proposals were adopted due to its ability to provide advanced information communication systems, its support system, and its excellent performance track record.

Customer

The Ishikawa Prefecture Comprehensive River Information System, operated by the River Division of the Ishikawa prefectural government’s Civil Engineering Bureau, collects data on precipitation, water levels, and dams from observation posts in the prefecture as well as from the Meteorological Agency and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism, and communicates such information to prefectural residents and parties concerned with water disaster risk reduction via websites and email. This information is updated every ten minutes and displayed by area.

Challenge

  • To confirm river information at each location and vicinity using a smart device
  • To ensure a high availability level suitable for disaster risk reduction systems
  • To effectively use data on the past 17 years more quickly and easily

Solution

Fujitsu provided the application server ‘Interstage Application Server’, the database ‘Symfoware Server’, and the cluster software ‘Fujitsu Software PRIMECLUSTER’ as well as other middleware products to establish an advanced system to communicate information.

Benefit

  • Making the most of GPS to construct a system to communicate information efficiently
  • Improving availability by detecting signs of problems to respond before they occur
  • Storing past data in a database to ensure high-speed search/statistics

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