Meetings were held in and around Tokyo during
October 2003, in order to gather material for the Japan case study on
"Shaping the Future Mobile Information Society". In all, 63 experts from Japanese industry, government and academia participated
in the case study meetings, from a total of 23 different organizations (see the meeting
for details). A
preliminary draft of the report can be downloaded below:
CASE STUDY ON SHAPING THE FUTURE MOBILE INFORMATION SOCIETY
(Final Draft, 24 February 2004)
of case study at the ITU/MIC Workshop (Seoul, 4-5 March 2004)
excerpts: 1. Japan
case study on "Living in the mobile information society, Japan-style"
case study on "Codes, cards and chips"
Please click here for PICTURES of
technology and people taken during the mission to Tokyo.
The meetings were led by Lara Srivastava, (Policy
Analyst, Strategy and Policy
Unit, ITU), in collaboration with Akihisa Kodate (Assistant Professor, Waseda
University). The ITU would like to
thank the MPHPT
and the ITU
Association of Japan for their assistance and kind hospitality.
Included below are a number of websites relevant to Japan's mobile sector.
Japan - Country Hyperlinks