14th ITS Asia-Pacific Regional Conference, Kyoto 2017

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14th ITS Asia-Pacific Conference (ITS Kyoto 2017)
June 24 - 27, 2017, Kyoto, Japan

"Mapping ICT into Transformation for the Next Information Society"

The fundamental ecosystem of ICT consists of the three layers, infrastructure, platform, and applications. The current global trend in these three layers can be summarized as follows: (1) Broadband infrastructures, wired or wireless, have been deployed in the competitive or public policy scheme and are bases for upcoming platforms and applications. This is due to technological development, policies for promoting competition, as well as the provision of public subsidies. As a result, some economies have reached the level where the number of subscribers is becoming satiated; (2) Regarding platforms, a remarkable development is cloud computing, for example, which is now the basis of smartphones and B2B or B2C e-commerce; and (3) No explanation is necessary for this term. Everything is being connected to the Internet (IoT), and this is transforming traditional systems into entirely new ones. ICT enables not only the sharing of information among people, but also the sharing of services such as automobiles (Uber), rooms (Airbnb), and so on. The volume of information is growing explosively, this being termed ‘big data.’ AI (artificial intelligence) has become capable of handling and analyzing this real-time data making it possible to instantly foresee the result of actions. One example is that robots now beat professional chess or Go players. Fintech, autonomous driving, Industry 4.0, etc., are other examples.Among these trends, the future of ICT is not necessarily glamorous; there are new as well as already old issues for the harmonious use of ICT, including universal ICT services, infrastructure upgrading, information security, and privacy. The ITS Kyoto 2017 thus aims, by discussions among global experts, to discover how not only the region but the entire world can transform and construct a new paradigm for the knowledge-based society through ICT.

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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2017 The Influence of Smart Car Technologies on Drivers’ Perceived Control and AttachmentLee, So-Eun; Kim, Seongcheol
2017 Analysis of the barriers that consumers encounter when smart home service is introduced in South KoreaHong, Areum; Nam, Changi; Kim, Seongcheol
2017 Growth of Global Over-the-Top and Korean Media Market: Competition and Regulatory Policy IssuesLee, Sangwon; Lee, Seonmi; Brown, Justin
2017 Broadcasting Policy and Regulation in transition before dawn of a New Paradigm: Comparing Digital Television in Transition between Japan and the U.S.Kanayama, Tsutomu
2017 Dynamics of ICTs: assessing investments in R&D. A global cross-comparisonDe Prato, Giuditta; López Cobo, Montserrat; Simon, Jean Paul
2017 Phase out Mobile Communication Technology: An Analysis Based on Public Policy and Business ValuesHuang, Kuang-Chiu; Houng, Ming-Wie
2017 Comparison of Diffusion Models for Forecasting the Growth of Broadband Markets in ThailandSudtasan, Tatcha; Mitomo, Hitoshi
2017 An e-Ambulance Project in Kochi Prefecture, one rural area in JapanMatsumoto,Yoshihisa; Ogawa, Masaru; Tsuji, Masatsugu
2017 An Analysis of the Japanese viewpoint on regulatory policy of virtual child pornographyWatanabe, Mayuko
2017 Impact of Very High-Speed Broadband on Local Economic Growth: Empirical EvidenceHasbi, Maude
2017 What triggers the use of mIM service provider’s sequel O2O service extensions?Hwang, ShinYoung; Kim Seongcheol
2017 The Coevolutionary Relationship of Technology, Market and Government Regulation in TelecommunicationsLin, Xuchen; Lu, Ting-Jie; Chen, Xia
2017 An ICT Use Case of Social Business Based on the Business Model PerspectiveOgawa, Tetsuji; Yuhashi, Hiroyasu; Nishigaki, Masakatsu
2017 The Effects of the Internet and Mobile Services on Urban Household ExpendituresZhang, Aihua; Lv, Jia; Kong, Ying
2017 Relationships among ICT, ageing, and health expenditures in Japan: An economic evaluationTaher, Sheikh Abu; Uddin, Kamal; Tsuji, Masatsugu
2017 Lessons for Asia from Mexico: understanding costumer satisfaction with fixed internet services by applying a factor analysis using polychoric correlationsCandelaria Barrera, José Alberto
2017 Fixed-to-Mobile Substitution: Effects of Mobile Broadband Subscription on Fixed Broadband TerminationLeurcharusmee, Supanika; Sirisrisakulchai, Jirakom; Suriya, Komsan; Keesookpun, Chutipong; Srinuan, Pratompong
2017 Estimating the impact of PSTN migration: The case of eastern JapanKurosaka, Tatsuya; Osamura, Koji; Asaji, Rie; Koguchi, Teppei; Shoji, Masahiko; Jitsuzumi, Toshiya
2017 The impact of Digitalization on Business Models: How IT Artefacts, Social Media, and Big Data Force Firms to Innovate Their Business ModelBouwman, Harry; de Reuver, Mark; Nikou, Shahrokh
2017 e-Health/m-Health Adoption and Lifestyle Improvements: Exploring the Roles of Technology Readiness, the Expectation-Confirmation Model, and Health-Related Information ActivitiesLeung, Louis; Chen, Chris Cheng
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