Solutions for Transport
Panasonic’s transport technology is hard at work, creating greater efficiency, simplified, more intelligent management and safer, better-optimised processes.
Solutions for Logistics
Panasonic integrated solutions can help you achieve greater efficiency and more streamlined management of your entire logistics business.
Solutions for Retail
In shopping centres, chain stores, supermarkets and individual retail outlets, Panasonic’s business technology is hard at work, saving cost, improving performance and helping to deliver a superior customer experience.
Solutions for Energy
A range of utilities-focused solutions to help you improve the service you offer, achieve greater efficiency, and deliver energy in the most cost-effective, sustainable ways possible.
Solutions for Education
In schools, universities and professional training centres, Panasonic’s educational technology is hard at work, helping to engage students and inspire imaginations.
Panasonic Business has stressed the importance of technology ahead of the introduction of new EU regulations on data protection.
During its 100th anniversary year, Panasonic Business in Europe has today announced the launch of a new knowledge and service hub: Retail Strategic Business Unit. This is a division within the Connected Solutions Company (CNS), that was established in April 2017.
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Inter Chalet has implemented Panasonic network cameras and recorders, to provide a complete security solution to monitor and reduce theft, as well as providing data on customers visiting the site.
Mike Hewitt, head of next generation networks, transport and public UK at Panasonic Systems Solutions Europe, considers the importance of cyber security and IT resilience when it comes to protecting the rail industry.
With consumer spending rising to dizzying new heights, there is a greater demand on deliveries than ever before. As e-commerce continues to grow, the logistics sector should be evolving alongside it.
Gary Byrne from Panasonic System Solutions writes on some of the technologies expected to play an important role in the development of last mile logistics in the coming years. With the growth of e-commerce and significant environmental challenges, there is no doubt the industry will have to innovate to stay ahead of the game.
CCTV is often used to find out what happened after an incident. Keith Gillespie of Panasonic System Solutions Europe (PSSEU) considers that, with 99 per cent of current use of CCTV being reactive, there is a need for more proactivity.
Carl Pocknell, Head of Engineering, discusses how Panasonic's video analytics solutions can keep transport hubs safe and easy to manage.
A technology showcase of Panasonic’s B2B solutions has been launched at the company’s HQ in Wiesbaden, Germany.
One of the biggest challenges facing the global logistics industry is whether it will have a sufficiently strong labour force in the next twenty years. In this context, how can global supply chains and logistics companies survive and thrive in the future?
Vislink has entered into an agreement with Panasonic System Solutions Europe to collaborate on projects to bring Vislink’s proven video communications technology to the rail industry. This technology has the potential to deliver unprecedented capabilities and enhancements to rail operations.
Consumer hunger for connectivity and data is changing the transport market globally. The average passenger experiences a range of potential engagement points and different technologies as they move through a transport hub onto their mode of transport to reach their final destination.
When you first think of Panasonic as a brand, it may be that TVs or cameras first come to mind. Although consumer electronics represents a minority of Panasonic’s business, with B2B sales accounting for over 70 per cent of global revenues.
Over-population, urbanisation, pollution, and scarcity of resources are just some of the factors driving the smart city industry, which in 2020 is expected to be worth anything between US$400 billion and US$1.5 trillion.
How we, as consumers, prepare for the festive season has changed over the last decade with Christmas wish lists now made on apps and mobile driving online sales. However, perhaps the biggest change affecting retailers has been the demand for instant gratification, with ‘next day’ delivery becoming an absolute necessity.
Urbanisation and our soaring population growth will place pressure on businesses to ensure they deliver millions of items each day to exactly the right place at exactly the right time.
What most people won’t realise is that for each of the last three decades Panasonic has been the world’s number one patent applicant. Even against that historical backdrop, it’s my view that there’s never been a better time to join Panasonic.
Almost everything in our world today has become ‘Smart’. Smart cities, Smart homes, Smart TVs…the list is endless. But are the devices, machines and concepts we believe to be ‘Smart', truly ‘Smart’?
For decades, the industry has attempted to raise public awareness about the inherent dangers and consequences of trespassing, in an attempt to not only save lives but also to mitigate delays and costs.
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