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Tomo-Digi Mission

Our Mission

Tomo-Digi will contribute to the improvement and progress of society by developing and disseminating digital broadcasting-centered cross-media services through broadcasting and telecommunications.



Our Vision

Television services provided by broadcasting have played an important role in society and are therefore of significant value to society. Unfortunately, consumers and even broadcasters themselves are gradually losing sight of the importance of television services due to the rise of TV-like services on the net and the rapidly emerging changes in markets served by the TV industry. In spite of this, the role these services play and the value they provide still remains.

To invigorate the industry, what is needed is a metamorphosis of the TV, in both TV services provided and TV-device design as they apply to business, commerce, and technology. At Tomo-Digi, we call it 'The Next Generation TV.'

The divergence of DTV and IPTV standards among countries and regions is a major obstacle to success. For Japanese broadcasters, the last decade was a period of convergence, but internationally it has been one of divergence. What is required is a balance between diverging and converging standards. Now is the time to begin merging TV standards internationally. In other words, we need a lingua franca for the TV industry; a vision of One TV.

Scope

Scope

  1. Design, development and transmission of enhanced digital broadcasting.
  2. Planning, developing and producing interactive services for enhanced digital broadcasting.
  3. Planning and producing content for Internet and mobile-oriented services.
  4. Planning, producing, and selling advertising for activities 1-3 listed above.
  5. Managing intellectual property rights and databases for activities 1-3.
  6. Planning, producing, and developing contents and managing systems for IPTV services
  7. Develop products and services based on both broadcasting technologies: ISDB, DVB, ATSC, etc. and web technologies: HTML5, SVG, Semantic Web, etc.
  8. Promote The Next Generation Web and TV International Standardization activities through W3C and ITU.

Products & Services

Products & Services

  1. Platform as a service
    1. Commercial Broadcasting System
    2. IPTV Platform
    3. Media asset management
  2. Application services
    1. Various apps for TV and TV-like devices
    2. SmartPhone apps
  3. Content Production
    1. Video contents (including 3D)
    2. Interactive content
    3. Cross-media entertainment
  4. Research and Development
  5. Requirements Development
  6. Consulting
  7. and more...

Company Profile

Overview


Company NameTomo-Digi Corporation
PresidentHidemichi Shirane
Company AddressSumitomo Fudosan Shin-Akasaka Bldg. 9F 4-2-6 Akasaka,
Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0052
Phone/Fax+81-3-5549-2495 / +81-3-5549-2622
Date foundedDecember 1, 1999
Capital420 million yen
All issued stocks63,000
Number of Shareholders14
Shareholders

Executives


PresidentHidemichi Shirane
Board Director Kiyomi Arai
Shinji Takeda
Toshiaki Kawai
Yasuhiko Okumura
Tsutomu Kamigouchi
Masahiko Nittono
Auditor Kunio Ogawa
Seiya Muto
Shuji Kamibayashi

Access

Access

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Our office address

Sumitomo Fudosan Shin-Akasaka Bldg. 9F 4-2-6 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0052


From New Tokyo International Airport (Narita)

By taxi : Taxi from the airport cost 23,000 Yen (one way) and approximately 80 min to our office.

By Limousine Bus : The Limousine Bus arrives just in front of the departure lobby. From the airport , it will cost 3,000 Yen (one way, Adult Single) and approximately 80 - 145 min to hotels around Akasaka. Hotels where you can get off are Hotel New Otani, Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu, Hotel Okura, ANA InterContinental Tokyo, The Capitol Hotel Tokyu. Then Take a taxi from hotel to our office (approximately 5 min, 1,000 Yen).

By Narita Express :Narita Express from the airport cost 2,940 Yen for ordinary Cars and 4,430 Yen for Green Cars (first class). It will take approximately 60 min from the airport to Tokyo Station. Then take a taxi to our office ( approximately 15 min, 2,000 Yen).


From Tokyo International Airport (Haneda)

By taxi : Taxi from the airport cost approximately 7,000 Yen (one way) and 30 min to our office.

By Limousine Bus : The Limousine Bus arrives just in front of the departure lobby. From the airport , it will cost 1,100 Yen (one way, Adult Single) and approximately 25 - 65 min to hotels around Akasaka. Hotels where you can get off are Hotel New Otani, Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu, Hotel Okura, ANA InterContinental Tokyo, The Capitol Hotel Tokyu. Then Take a taxi from hotel to our office (approximately 5 min, 1,000 Yen).

By Train : There are also several ways to reach us by train.



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