We Help Your When, Where And Why
LocationMind is a technology venture of Shibasaki laboratory of the University of Tokyo, which has been conducting research at the forefront of spatial information engineering and is also a group of engineers with a wide range of advanced technology sets related to location information. When, What, Why, and What should we do? We challenge the universal issues of various industries and institutions through location information.
People Flow Big-Data Processing
Good analysis always requires good data. We realize advanced and extensive analysis by performing multi-layered processing in the pre-data analysis process.
Analysis and Visualization of People Flow
Technology is also technology to express the results of data analysis in an easy-to-understand manner. Many of the requests we receive are analysis results, not data.
AI-based People Flow Prediction
In addition to analyzing past people flows, we have developed several unique AI models that specialize in human flow, and we are predicting the near future.
Security for Positioning Signals
Unlike the Internet, positioning signals are not being secured. We have developed a patented technology that secures the positioning signal itself so the output location information can be trusted.
[Coming Soon] SaaS dashboards to meet a wide range of human flow analysis needs. We analyze human flow in a holistic and statistical manner and provide it as a web dashboard tailored to the needs of individual customers. CoVID-19, it is possible to create for each theme such as railway and retail, and also capture the data that customers have.
A tool that can analyze human flow data in chronological order like a video. We provide tools that have been used all over the world since the Shibasaki Laboratory era. It is widely used from data analysts to those who want to use it for visualization of data.MORE
Three-way Compliance Certification
[Coming Soon] A service that provides certificates to organizations and businesses that respond closely by utilizing human flow data, etc. The purpose of this, in light of COVID-19, is to support Japan’s recovery despite fear.
桐谷 直毅 Naoki Kiritani
After graduating from the Faculty of Economics at the University of Tokyo, he worked in Goldman Sachs investment banking, where he engaged in large-scale IPO and cross-border M&A advisory. After becoming an independent, angel investor/serial entrepreneur who has started multiple businesses, including Angel Bridge, a venture investment firm focused on supporting Ad-media ventures and university-originated Ventures.
柴崎 亮介 Ryosuke Shibasaki
After graduating from the Faculty of Engineering, the University of Tokyo worked at the Civil Engineering Research Institute of the Ministry of Construction, the Faculty of Engineering and the Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo, and then as Director at the Center for Spatial Information Science. Using mobile big data, satellite image analysis, positioning technology, AI, etc., he wishes to develop globally a support for solving social issues.
マナンダーディネス Dinesh Manandhar
Graduated from the doctoral program at the University of Tokyo. He has experience in signal processing and design of GNSS with the background of electrical engineering technology. Established a GNSS signal authentication methodology based on QZSS. We aim to provide a secure location information service to society by integrating GNSS and other information. Has a large number of collaborations with Japanese companies and universities around the world.
薄葉 康生 Yasuo Usuba
After graduating from the Faculty of Engineering, the University of Tokyo, he worked for Recruit, IBM, GE Consumer Finance for leading digital transformation, venture investment, and M&A. Before joining LocationMind, he was the Head of Channel Sales, Japan at Google from the beginning. He earned his MBA at Unversity of Rochester, Simon Business School.
伊草 雅幸 Masayuki Igusa
After gaining experience in SE, Business Development, Marketing, at a major foreign-affiliated IT vendor, he led IPO as a management team at multiple companies from the launch of an IT venture company. After that, he was in charge of business execution such as launching new businesses, M&A, and selling businesses. Appointed Director of LocationMind from March 2021.
林 達也 Tatsuya Hayashi
“After working as an engineer and consultant, he founded Lepidum, Inc. in 2004, focusing on software R&D. He has contributed to international standardization activities for Web and Internet technologies, and has collaborated with industry, academia, and government. He has been engaged in network security for more than 10 years. Recently, he has been leading engineers and corporate communities in the field of digital identity, with expertise in authentication/authorization technologies and privacy.”
中條 覚 Satoru Nakajo
Doctor of Engineering (The University of Tokyo), McGill University (MBA). Senior Researcher, Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc. Chair of ISO/TC204/SWG3.3 Location Referencing. 2012-2017 Project Associate Professor, Center for Spatial Information Science, University of Tokyo. Experienced in mobility and infrastructure interface. He has been providing extensive support for our technology development.
- Company Name
- LocationMind株式会社 (LocationMind Inc.)
- 701, 3-5-2, Iwamoto-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0032, Japan
- February, 2019
- 460 Million Japanese Yen（As of May, 2020）
- Number of Employees
- 18（As of Apr, 2021）
- Sumitomo Mitsui Bank Corporation
- Business Partners and Clients
- NTT DOCOMO Co., Ltd.
- Blog Watcher Co., Ltd.
- New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization(NEDO)）
- JR East Consultants Co., Ltd.
- AERO ASAHI Co., Ltd.
- Value Research Institute, Inc.
- JTB Co., Ltd.
Awards & Recognitions
2021 Smart 50 Award
LocationMind Inc’s ‘The Small World AI Project’ is recipient of the 2021 Smart 50 Awards. The awards are hosted in partnership with Smart Cities Connect, Smart Cities Connect Foundation, and US Ignite. The jury annually recognizes global smart cities projects, honoring the most innovative and influential work.