Smartphone is increasingly used in various financial activities
IoT - based home automation (appliances, security, energy) making life safer, easier and more convenient
Account takeovers are the source of 89% of digital fraud losses
In 34% of cases, fraud occurs on accounts on users’ own device. Physically stealing devices is a common way for hackers to penetrate victims’ defenses
The global telehealth market is forecasted to grow from US$25.4 billion in 2020 to US$55.6 billion by 2025
The Global Medical Wearables Market is forecast to be worth US$23.7 billion by 2025
Global market for big data in healthcare will grow from US$21.5 billion in 2018 to nearly US$52.5 billion in 2025.
Telemedicine startups raised a record US$3.3 billion in Q4 2020, boosted by COVID-19 crisis
Telemedicine can reduce the costs of doctor visits by 10-15%
Up to 89% of patients are willing to accept telemedicine as a sufficient form of medical care
Reduce 49.5% Hospitalizations
Telemedicine can reduce hospitalizations by 49.5% and 30-day readmissions by 75%
20% In-house Security
Only 20% of telemedicine practitioners have in-house security officers and typically rely on external security vendors
55% of the world population lives in urban area today
Tokyo’s population is estimated to be over 37 million people
The population of inner city Tokyo is multiplied by 6 in daytime compared to night
In the top 50 busiest stations ranking in the world, 27 are stations located in Tokyo.
With more that 30 million people commuting daily into the city, peak-hour congestion exceeding 180% on some lines
By deploying smart-mobility applications, the city can cut commuting time by 15%.
Tokyo has reduced its GHG emissions in the transport sector by 36%
Organizations that move technology services to the cloud consume 77% fewer servers, 84% less power and reduce carbon emissions by 88%.
By combining building-automation, dynamic electricity pricing, sensors and analytics, cities can save on water (25 to 80L per person per day), reduce wastes (30 to 130kg per person per year), and cut emissions of GHG by 10 to 15%.
NEC has been an ICT partner with government agencies for more than a century. With expertise in biometric
the Bio-IDiom authentication platform and NEC the Wise (AI portfolio) and other enabling technologies, NEC’s
ensuring public safety, a national digital identity program, information management for agencies, and
automation-related solutions allows governments to deliver safe and secure digital services that work
To further strengthen its position, NEC made two acquisitions:
1) Northgate Public Services (NPS), a UK IT vendor specializing in providing technology solutions to police services and other government bodies and
2) KMD A/S, the largest IT vendor in Denmark with a very strong portfolio and footprint in the digital government sector. Furthermore, NEC Laboratories Singapore (NLS) collaboratively works with six other R&D bases across the globe to speed up time-to-market of new technologies that help contribute to the resolution of a broad range of business and social concerns.
The NEC Digital Finance team drives its strength from its advanced working knowledge in the enabling
technologies, including Artificial Intelligence (AI), biometric authentication & security, and wireless
networks. With a focus on Open banking platforms, fraud prevention, credit scoring for loans, insurance,
asset & wealth management, clients can trust NEC’s solutions and domain knowledge. NEC offers leading
products for Banking and Financial services to engage customers, empower employees, and optimize business
NEC has established a digital business incubation team in Singapore committed to develop, test, and deploy newer technologies in the relevant markets. To further enhance its focus in the domain, NEC added specialist expertise through multiple acquisitions of Avaloq, BanqSoft, and Northgate.
NEC has remained committed to advancing healthcare technologies for more than five decades by bringing
innovative solutions to healthcare providers and caregivers and transforming the care experience that
patients receive. NEC is also bringing broader technologies, such as AI, and is facilitating medical
research institutes to develop reliable diagnostic tests and platforms to contact-trace and control
transmission of emerging or endemic infectious diseases and to support acceleration of AI-driven drug
NEC has developed and delivered numerous systems to improve efficiency of various hospital departments while optimizing interdepartmental cooperation at hospitals for medical accounting, clinical laboratory testing, medication inventory, and medical imaging as well as automated dispensing systems for pharmacies. NEC Laboratories Singapore (NLS)’s Smart Patient Recovery Prediction System (STARIS) leverages healthcare predictive analytics to predict patient’s (e.g., in case of stroke patients) recovery potential, by collecting physiological and biopsychosocial data from patients and their past medical records. NEC OncoImmunity AS (NOI) offers proprietary machine learning-based software called the NEC Immune Profiler that addresses key knowledge gaps in the prediction of bona fide immunogenic neoantigens for personalized cancer immunotherapy. NEC Laboratories Europe (NLE) has experience in developing neoantigen cancer vaccines by collaborating closely with academic and industrial research groups.
Leveraging the power of ICT, NEC is able to bring a range of solutions that capture and analyse data in
real-time and leverage insights to address challenges faced by the transportation industry such as road
accidents, traffic congestion and crowd management, fare collection, etc. Big Data Analytics and AI-based
solutions help in preventive maintenance of infrastructure, efficient traffic monitoring, reduction of road
fatalities through user behaviour analysis and driver profiling, and, lastly, reduction of financial fraud.
These solutions are deployed in differing areas including air, rail, road, and waterways, delivering both
traditional and smart transportation services.
Across the globe, NEC has demonstrated prowess by successfully executing sophisticated projects such as multi-modal integrated ticketing, automated fare collection, passenger identification and information systems, transit management systems, smart interchange, etc.
By introducing advanced technologies, we can further comprehend our environmental challenges and discover
solutions on how to combat them to create a more sustainable world.
With ongoing issues such as climate change, accumulating waste and energy consumption, and rising population, our advanced technologies like AI, big data analytics, biometrics and digital platforms, etc are crucial to analyze data and create smart solutions that will resolve these circumstances.
• Optimise entire demand and supply value chain and increase accuracy of demand forecast to reduce waste
• Optimise movement of people and goods
• Allow humans and robots to work together (address labour shortage issue in some industries)
• Ensure safety and security of citizens, especially during pandemic situations, through tracking and tracing
Star Alliance deploy Biometrics identity verification platform at Frankfurt & Munich AirportRead the Press Release
NEC delivers Intelligent Bus Service for better customer satisfaction in Hong KongRead the Case Study
NPS Provides MPS with Platform for Integrated Management and Real-Time Sharing of Policing InformationRead the Case Study
STARIS solution demonstrates Digital Transformation for HealthcareRead the Press Release
NEC leverages AI-tech to visualize future health conditions in Suginami City, JapanRead the Report