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Grand opening of Fukushima RDM Center on June 30

A view of Fukushima Prefecture.
A view of Fukushima Prefecture.
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01 Jun 2023 01:06:07 GMT9
01 Jun 2023 01:06:07 GMT9
  • Japan and Saudi Arabia to discuss future of construction that the world has yet to achieve

Arab News Japan

A group of officials from government and universities, construction and digital industries — both from within Japan and abroad — will be in attendance at the grand opening of the Fukushima RDM Center.

The event, a next-generation core facility combining research, development, and manufacturing functions, in Namie-machi Fukushima Prefecture, will be held by Aizawa Concrete Corporation on June 30.

Doors will open at 9am (Japan time) followed by registration. The grand opening will kick-off at 11am.

This will be followed by talk sessions, symposiums, digital exhibitions, etc with the curtain finally coming down on the event at 6p.m.

According to a press release, Aizawa Group, in partnership with the Al Saedan Group, a leading real estate company in Saudi Arabia and within Arab countries, has established “AL SAEDAN BT powered by AIZAWA,” entering the business of mass housing supply as requested in Saudi Arabia.

During the talk session, guests from Saudi Arabia will be invited to discuss the impressive development and high potential of the Saudi market as a business opportunity, helping domestic and international visitors deepen their understanding.

Following that, the model plan will be introduced for AL SAEDAN BT, and transition into the theme of a radical shift in architectural thinking using digital technologies to respond to such large-scale development.

Other scheduled exhibits:

・Digital Clone Architecture Mock-up using AL SAEDAN BTʼs housing model

・Digital Clone Architecture Exhibition

・Concrete 3D Printer Showcase

・Engine Drone Demonstration

“We will introduce the Digital Clone Architecture being researched at AIZAWA, and have a discussion about a system that changes the way construction is done, based on large language models, incorporating AI developers,” according to a press release.

“We will discuss the mechanism whereby construction managed by a large-scale

language model continuously optimizes plans in real-time in line with construction works, and the SYNCWORLD, which manages location information with blockchain, maintaining continuous synchronization between digital and physical realities.

“Through these discussions, we will explore how, through the cooperation of Japan and Saudi Arabia, we can reach a future of construction that the world has yet to achieve,” added the press release.

For further details check the Official Website:

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