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Activities in Japan

Below are the examples of social contribution activities Fujitsu conducts in Japan.

Support for Grape Cultivation Using a Multi-Sensing Network

At the Okunota Winery in Koshu, Yamanashi Prefecture, which cooperates with the Fujitsu Group in providing opportunities for our employees to experience agriculture, we have provided a multi-sensing network that automatically collects data on temperature, rainfall, and humidity at the vinery since FY 2011, to help contribute to high quality wine production.

Investigation Project Using Mobile Photo System and Cloud Services

As part of our CSR activities, we provide mobile phone photo system and cloud services to a survey project conducting biodiversity preservation activities, to cooperate in promoting surveys for preservation of biodiversity.

Blakiston's Fish Owl Voice Recognition Project

We provide the voice recognition software for conducting a habitat survey for the endangered species, the Blakiston's Fish Owl. This is useful in automatically extracting the owl call, dramatically reducing analysis time and enabling efficient surveying.

On-site Environmental Classes

We conduct on-site classes at elementary, junior high and high schools throughout Japan on "The Future of Work & Ecology", "Thinking about Ecological Footprints: To Live on Our One Earth" , and "Learning about the 3Rs from Disassembling a Computer".

Greenery and Satoyama Conservation, Fujitsu Group Forest

In order to promote conservation and regeneration of biodiversity and to protect the nature around us, Fujitsu Group has been conducting greenery and Satoyama conservation activities at various bases in Japan and the rest of the world.

Regeneration and Collaboration Forest

Years have passed since that day, and the nation's and municipality's regeneration projects are progressing. "But, I want to do something to help the reconstruction!" Fujitsu employees and their family members who shared such a thought...