Noriaki Takamura | Vice President Of Sales And Business Development, Apac
RealNetworks

Noriaki Takamura, Vice President Of Sales And Business Development, Apac, RealNetworks

Noriaki Takamura joined RealNetworks in 2017 as Vice President of Sales and Business Development for the Asia Pacific region. Mr. Takamura lead the go-to-market strategy in Asia Pac for RealNetworks’ new growth initiative product SAFR™ —the world’s premier facial recognition platform for live video. In his role, Mr. Takamura oversees all sales and new business development activities for SAFR across the Asia Pac region, including exploring new geo markets. 
Mr. Takamura earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics from Kokushikan University, and then started his career at Fuji Electric where he quickly learned the importance of building relationships based on trust and understanding the customer needs. Mr. Takamura progressed to various leadership positions, managing large teams, often in multi-national settings, at companies such as Schneider Electric, APC, Rittal and Cisco Systems. Mr. Takamura has an Artificial Intelligence: Implications for Business Strategy certificate from the MIT Sloan School of Management. 

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Identity Week Asia Day 1 @ 15:20

Transforming hospitals with facial recognition

Hospitals are chartered to serve communities with healthcare. They function like small cities, providing housing, transportation, retail operations, offices, food services, infrastructure, security, and emergency management. Hospitals facilitate a large and varying population of staff, patients, and visitors – including higher rates of vulnerable and impaired persons. Complex, and adaptive to technology, hospitals are ideal environments for secure, accurate facial recognition to solve numerous business and patient-care challenges, such as streamlining patient and visitor check-in, securing sensitive access points, verifying patient identities before surgery or prescription pick up, tracking exposure of infectious disease, and monitoring visitor traffic patterns.
last published: 07/Oct/19 05:05 GMT

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