From cinema projection screens to integrated AV x IoE systems, OS Group has been quickly developing technologies that meet demands in various communication fields.
“We would like to work with local partners to enter local markets, and we would like to open up our know-how to them.“
Masayuki Okumura, President, OS CO., LTD.
Closing in on its 70th anniversary, OS Group is plugging technological gaps across communication activities, and president Masayuki Okumura is acutely aware of the need to have a global vision and one that is focused on advancement.
“A Japanese solution previously revolved uniquely around the Japanese market,” he says. “But we cannot be competitive just by pushing our values onto others.
“We have developed an original system called TerraSerde for remote monitoring and maintenance and we’re also looking to provide a new intelligence operating system to other SMEs trying to bring about digital transformation. This can connect the supply chain, save costs and standardize the know-how, all of which raises the bottom line.”
The company has been supporting amusement parks and Team Lab’s art museums through virtual reality, a technology that can also aid schools and hospitals with remote teaching and global interpreters.
“Education is going to make the world peaceful,” says Mr. Okumura. “Our events, held by the Monozukuri Dr. KidsKey Academy, help provide content to youngsters in both advanced and developing countries.”
Going forward, as well as increasing overseas transactions, the president has clear objectives in mind linked to sustainability.
“We would like to increase the number of students in our academy, allowing us to contribute to children’s education at home and abroad. This, along with the introduction of our TerraSerde solutions, can see us achieve our SDGs.”