Hands-on Seminar (June and July 2019)¶
DioVISTA Hands-on Seminar 2019 ~Improving Productivity of Flood Analysis Work~¶
DioVISTA hands-on seminar was held in June and July 2019.
Thanks to you, many customers came to the event, and we were able to receive favorable reviews from most of them as "satisfied" and "somewhat satisfied".
We would like to express our gratitude once again to everyone who came to the event despite their busy schedules.
We will continue to plan seminars that will be useful to everyone in the future, so thank you very much.
Figure: The day (at Hitachi's Central Research Laboratory, Collaborative Creation Building)
Seminar Information Pamphlet¶
Figure: Example of analysis according to DioVISTA/Flood's "Manual for Mapping Expected Flood Areas (4th Edition)"
Date & Place¶
|Tuesday, June 18, 2019 14
|Tokyo||Hitachi, Ltd. Central Research Laboratory Kyoso Building
Kokubunji City Higashikoigakubo 1-280
Kyoso Building 1F
|Tuesday, June 25, 2019 15
|Osaka||Hitachi Power Solutions Co., Ltd. Kansai Branch
Osaka City Kita-ku Toyosaki 3-19-3
Pierce Tower 12F
|Wednesday, June 26, 2019
|Takamatsu||Hitachi, Ltd. Shikoku Branch Office Takamatsu-shi
Chuo-cho 5-31 Chuomachi Building 6F
|Tuesday, July 2, 2019
|Fukuoka||Hakata Mitsui Building No.1 Hakata Mitsui Building No.1
, 10-1 Kamigofukucho, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City
, Hakata Building, B1F Conference Room B
|Thursday , July 04, 2019
|Sapporo||Hitachi Power Solutions Co., Ltd. Hokkaido Branch
Sapporo Mitsui JP Building 9F,
1-1 Kita Nijo Nishi 4-chome, Chuo-ku, Sapporo
- The content of the seminars at the venues in Osaka, Takamatsu, Fukuoka, and Sapporo is the same.
- At the Tokyo venue, there will be additional research introductions "Utilization of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Social Infrastructure Field" and "Garden Tour of Hitachi's Central Research Laboratory."
- Please take the course on a schedule that is convenient for you.
Tokyo: Tuesday, June 18, 2019¶
|14:35||Lecture DioVISTA/Flood Operating Procedure|
|15:00||Exercise Creating a map of the expected flooding area of the 〇〇 River|
|16:00||Q & A|
|16:30||Research Introduction "Utilization of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Field of Social Infrastructure"|
|17:15||Hitachi, Ltd. Central Research Laboratory Garden tour (cancelled in case of rain)|
Osaka, Takamatsu, Fukuoka, Sapporo¶
Osaka: Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Takamatsu: Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Fukuoka: July 02, 2019
Sapporo: Jul 04, 2019 (Thu)
|15:05||Lecture DioVISTA/Flood Operating Procedure|
|15:30||Exercise Creating a map of the expected flooding area of the 〇〇 River|
|16:30||Q & A|
Prior to the seminar, you can get a feel for the operation with the DioVISTA/ Flood free version, and the practical training on the day will be smooth.
How to apply¶
Please contact us by email or phone at least one week before the event date.
- Name of the person who wishes to participate
- E-mail address
- Date and venue (6/18 Tokyo, 6/25 Osaka, 6/26 Takamatsu, 7/2 Fukuoka, 7/4 Sapporo)
- Tokyo venue only: Participate in the social gathering or not
If the capacity is reached, the application will be closed.
On the day of the event, we will prepare a PC.
If there are many participants, one PC may be used for each person belonging to the same group.
We will hold a hands-on seminar for professionals involved in rivers and dams to experience the flood simulation software DioVISTA/Flood. It will be held in 5 cities nationwide (Tokyo, Osaka, Sapporo, Fukuoka, Takamatsu). We hope you will feel free to come to the venue near you.
As you are all aware, emergency measures for national resilience have begun, and the preparation of flood area maps for areas downstream of the dam have begun. On the other hand, the Work Style Reform Law has been enforced, and it is required to significantly shorten working hours while maintaining the quality of results. People involved in flood analysis have praised DioVISTA/Flood as effective in both improving productivity and standardizing business procedures.
In the seminar, you will experience operating DioVISTA/Flood and creating a flood area map. For actual rivers, you will actually import river channel data, edit ground height, set embankments and culverts, set breakage conditions, calculate flooding, prepare envelope maps, and prepare deliverables in accordance with the "Guidelines for Digitization of Flood Area Map Data (2nd Edition)".
The seminar in Tokyo will be held at Hitachi's Central Research Laboratory (Kyoso no Mori). The Hitachi Group is promoting a number of research projects to apply artificial intelligence (AI) to social infrastructure. In addition to introducing a part of this research, we have provided an opportunity to see the vast garden of the institute and the headwaters of the Nogawa River in the Tama River system.
We understand that you are busy, but we sincerely look forward to your participation.