Authlete is a managed/on-prem authorization engine for API security.
AUTHLETE is a managed cloud/on-prem authorization engine that provides Web APIs for implementing OAuth 2.0, OpenID Connect, Financial-grade API, and CIBA. AUTHLETE focuses on OAuth and OIDC functionalities; thus, API providers can easily integrate AUTHLETE with their API infrastructure to protect the APIs with the latest industry standards. AUTHLETE helps customers in a wide range of industries, from financial to healthcare to IoT.
Grapevine World is a decentralized, borderless ecosystem for the seamless, standardized exchange of healthcare data.
Grapevine World is a decentralized, borderless ecosystem for the seamless, standardized exchange of healthcare data. We are successfully combining the IHE methodology – an existing set of standards, which is used for more than 300 million health records – and our own unique, award winning blockchain solution. By doing that we are able to comply with the major data regulations globally such as GDPR and HIPAA. Crucially, the system is secure by design. No private data is stored on the blockchain itself - only an auditable record of transactions and provenance. By solving the interoperability problem, Grapevine World unleashes the power of data to radically transform the delivery of healthcare.
|Grapevine World GmbH|
|DISCOVERY CONSULTING ENGINEERS|
- Healthcare & Life Sciences
- Finance, Insurance & Payments
- Automotive & MaaS
- Physical Stores and Marketing
- Smart Automation
- Data Logistics
- Disruptive Social Innovation
|Date and time||2nd December, 2019|
|Venue||TOYOSU Cultural Center|
2-2-18 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo
- If you have any question about the Tokyo contest , Please contact the following partner.
- NTT DATA office in Japan Email： email@example.com
- Kotaro Zamma
- Head of Section of Open Innovation
and Business Incubation
NTT DATA Corp.
Having worked in NTT DATA for nearly three decades, Zamma knows the IT industry of Japan inside out, and firmly believes that open innovation will revitalize his company and the industry.
As the head of Open Innovation and Business Incubation, he directs biannual contests and monthly forums to find and introduce promising startups to business units and customers of NTT DATA, and runs programs that put the partner startups on the fast track to proof-of-concept and new business.
- Dr. Shuji Honjo
- Managing Director
Visiting Professor, TAMA Graduate School of Business
Dr. Honjo provides business consulting to Japanese and U.S. companies, focusing on new business development. He is Advisor to Japanese and U.S. companies such as 500 Startups, Net Service Ventures, and Kozo Keikaku Engineering. He is also Visiting Professor at Tama Graduate School of Business.
He is active in entrepreneurial education and community development, as a mentor with Founder Institute, Shido Next Innovator, Fukuoka Prefecture etc. He led the Japanese Miniter’s project to promote medical ventures in 2016.
He founded and represented the Tokyo office of General Atlantic LLC. He was Assistant to Chairman and Group Strategy Manager of CSK/SEGA Group, a leader in enterprise IT and digital entertainment in Japan. He has extensive consulting experiences with BCG in Tokyo and CSC in California.
Dr. Honjo has Ph.D. in International Studies from Waseda University, MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and BS from the University of Tokyo.
- Dr. Koji Osawa
- Managing Director & Co-founder
Global Catalyst Partners
Global Catalyst Partners Japan
Dr. Osawa has over thirty years of experience in investment and management of high-tech companies in Japan, the U.S. and Asia. He co-founded Global Catalyst Partners (GCP) in 1999 and Global Catalyst Partners Japan (GCP-J) in 2014.
GCP is a venture capital fund established in Silicon Valley that invests primarily in early stage companies active in the areas of IT sector. GCP has established three funds with a total amount of over $300M. Dr. Osawa also founded GCP-J in 2014 that focuses investment opportunities primarily in Japan.
Prior to GCP, he was at Mitsubishi Corporation, the largest trading firm in the world, for 14 years, starting in 1985. He was Division Manager of Mitsubishi International Corporation (Palo Alto Office) from 1993 through 1999. He was responsible for business development with high-tech companies in Silicon Valley in the areas of semiconductors, communications and software.
Dr. Osawa is on the board of Verient, Fuller, Hospitality ONE, Axismotion, Veeple and Vanguard Industries.
He also works closely with SoundHound.
He serves on the Board of Directors of several NPOs: Global Catalyst Foundation, Digital Divide Data and Keizai Silicon Valley.
Dr. Osawa received a BS in Electronics from Keio University, Japan and Ph.D. in Engineering from Tohoku University, Japan.