Entry period Friday, April 28, 2017 – Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Entry period

Friday, April 28, 2017 – Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Overview

Frameworx, Inc., a Daiwa House group company which develops distribution systems will hold the second contest, "Next Generation Logistics Open Data Contest," the sequel to the last year's.

The entry period is from Friday, April 28, 2017 to Wednesday, September 27, 2017. The result of the contest will be announced and an awards ceremony will be held in November 2017.

The awards will be five million Japanese yen in total, and the contest will call for new proposals of applications, web services, reports, and gadgets in many categories for logistics in the age when the AI is used in depth from developers, researchers, students, etc.

Frameworx, Inc. is now attempting to streamline operation of transfer of goods by robots inside warehouses and dispatching of trucks using AI in order to solve the chronic issues in the logistics sector such as man-power shortage and fierce competition in the offered services. The data about distribution, warehouses, HEMS (*1), and census data is released as open data, and new proposals to logistics that takes advantage of ICT such as AI are sought widely.

※1 HEMS stands for Home Energy Management System. It manages the electricity usage at home.

Organizer Frameworx, Inc., a Daiwa House Group company

Co-sponsor YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory

Special Cooperation Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd.

Cooperation INIAD collaboration Hub for University and Business (cHUB), Toyo University

Supporting Organizations Daiwa Logistics Co., Ltd. / Microbase Inc. / Hacobu Inc. / Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office in Japan

What are called for:

The contest calls for submissions (applications, web services, and gadgets) that use the data about distribution, warehouses, HEMS, and census data provided by Frameworx, Inc. Study reports are called for in the "Study Category."

Contest Categories

The contest calls for applications, web services, gadgets and study reports in the following three categories.

Business Category

Useful applications for the logistics tasks (planning of shipping goods from warehouses, transportation and delivery by trucks, setting up logistics centers, etc.) are called for.

AI Category

Applications that use AI and/or machine learning and are useful for logistics tasks are called for.

Study Category

Study reports on economy, transportation, etc. based on the data regarding distribution, warehouses, HEMS, and census, and applications that are useful for conducting such studies are called for.

Schedule

Entry period: Friday, April 28, 2017 – Wednesday, September 27, 2017 (23:59 JST)
Announcement of contest result and awards ceremony: November 2017 (TBD)
Part of travel expenses to the awards ceremony will be subsidized for the winners from abroad.

Selection

Judging meeting will be held by the following judges.

Chief Judge: Ken Sakamura (Dean of INIAD, Toyo University)
Judge: Jun'ichi Akiba (President of Frameworx, Inc.)
Osamu Ogasawara (Fellow of SAKURA Internet Inc.)
Tatsuya Urakawa (Managing Executive Officer, Sales Department, General Construction Division, Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd.)

Submissions will be judged comprehensively in light of the merit of the proposal to the next-generation logistics.

Prizes

Total amount of prizes will be five million Japanese YEN.


First Prize: Two million JP yen

Second Prizes: 500,000 JP yen x 4 entries

Honorable mentions: 100,000 JP yen x 10 entries (TBD)

Open Data to Be Released

The following data related to the logistic system of Frameworx, Inc. will be released to those who register as contestant.

Logistics data

The record acquired from digital tachometers of the delivery trucks of Daiwa Logistics Co., Ltd. and Hacobu Inc. will be released. The data is updated weekly during the contest period including information of the positions of the delivery trucks.

Warehouse data

Real shipping data from the warehouses for online retailers of cosmetics and shoes, including the data of warehouse management system "iWMS" (*2) of Frameworx, Inc. will be released.

※2 iWMS is the name of a packaged system solution of Frameworx, Inc.

HEMS data

Data owned by Daiwa House such as the electricity, gas, and water usage of families in individual houses (*3) will be released.

※3 No personal data that can identify an individual is included.

Census data

Eighteen types of statistics data shown in map meshes will be released: the data includes population by gender and age, population of over 15 years old by gender and marital status, type of households, number of households with particular number of members, etc.


How to use the data will be published in "Frameworx Logistics Next Generation Open Data Contest Developers Site" once the application period begins.

Eligibility

  • Those who agree to the Application Rules.
  • Any party including individuals, groups and corporations.
  • There is no restriction on nationality, age, resident area, etc. Minor applicants shall obtain the permission of guardian.
  • It is possible for a single party (including a group, and/or a corporation) to submit two or more applications. It is possible for a party to belong to two or more application groups.

Application Rules

  • The open data of Frameworx, Inc. shall be used.
  • Applications need to be made available for free until the Awards ceremony to be held in November 7, 2017.
  • Gadgets need to be submitted to the secretariat by the deadline below.
  • Regarding iOS apps, ones that are submitted to Apple for approval by the deadline, and that are subsequently released will be eligible. The application corrected after the deadline is not eligible for the contest.
  • Applicants must agree to the Application Rules for the application.

Application procedures

Please apply at the website for Frameworx Next Generation Logistics Open Data Contest(http://contest.frameworxopendata.jp/). Submission made later than Wednesday, September 27 than the deadline will not be accepted.

STEP 1. Entry

When you agree to the Application Rules at the contest site, you will be transferred to the Frameworks Next Generation Logistics Open Data Contest Developer Website.

STEP 2. User Registration

Contest entry shall be performed as follows.

  1. The applicant must fill in the form at the website for the contest to register as a contestant.
  2. An e-mail will be sent to the registered e-mail address for confirmation. Accessing the URL in the sent e-mail finishes the e-mail address confirmation.
  3. The contest secretariat checks the content of the filled form and sends a confirmation of the completion of the registration. Registration may take up to TWO (2) business days.
  4. Once your registration is complete, you can log in to the developer website using your e-mail address and password.
  5. Once you log in, you can access the document that describes the usage of the API, and obtain the access token for using API, and thus can start to use the API.

STEP 3. Submission 

Fill in the application form at the Frameworx Next Generation Logistics Open Data Contest Developer Website, and submit the work by the deadline for work submission.

  • The item ⑦ is not mandatory if your submission is an application, web service, etc.
  • If your submission is a study report, then ③, ④, ⑤, and ⑦ are not mandatory.
  • If your submission is a gadget, ⑥ is not mandatory.

Documents to be submitted

① Explanation of an application, web service, gadget or study report (up to 500 words)
② Types of used API and data
③ Photo (snapshot) (up to five pictures)
④ Explanation movie (maximum play time: two minutes)
⑤ Application manual (How to operate applications and the explanation of the expected behavior)
⑥ URL where an application or a study report is published (Google Play, App Store, Windows Store and other websites chosen by applicants)
⑦ Gadget (if a gadget is to be submitted)

Send your gadget to the Contest secretariat. If an application does not exist (yet), please mention this at the time of entry submission. Deadline: Wednesday, September 27, 2017  

Platform requirements

Applications (and gadgets if they come with an application) must operate on one of the following software platforms.
(When the version is specified, it is acceptable if the submitted material operates in the environment with specified version or later version. E.g.: Applications which operate on iOS 9 or later version are accepted. Applications which operate on iOS 7.1, but not on iOS 8, are not accepted.)

Types Requirements
Mobile OS Google Android 4.2 or later version
iPhone iOS 8 or later version
Windows Store application
Apple App Store application
Web application Operate with at least one of the following major browsers: Google Chrome, Firefox, IE, Safari, etc.
Check the operation of the latest version at the time of application, and submit the name and the version of the browser with which the operation was verified.
Other OS The platform hardware is something that is standard in the industry and easy to obtain such as PC, Apple Mac, Raspberry Pi, etc.
Windows 7 or later version
Mac OSX 10.10 or later version
Linux (clearly state the distribution used)

Application Rules/API Usage Rules

The original of this document is in Japanese and any discrepancies between the original and this translation will be resolved by favoring the governing Japanese original.

Application Rules

Entries must be original and unpublished. (Entries that have already been entered, are being entered or are scheduled to be entered into another contest, or entries that have won an award in any contest in the past are not eligible for this contest.)

  • Entries must be invented and developed by the developer and the developer must hold the copyright.
  • If a work for which the copyright is held by a third party (e.g. images, videos, icons, logos, other open data used in a mash-up with the entry or open source library used in the development of the entry) is used, the entrant must guarantee to the organizer and co-sponsor of this contest that the right to use the applicable work has been obtained in advance so that there will be no interference with the entry into this contest.
  • The data prepared on the special website by the organizer and co-sponsor for this contest must be used in entries.
  • It is permitted to combine with other data that does not cause copyright problems.
  • Every entrant – individuals, groups and corporations – can make any number of entries. There are no restrictions on nationality, age, residence or anything else. If you are a minor, please obtain permission from your guardian before making an entry. If you are a minor who will enter as part of your club activities, please obtain permission from your club advisor in addition to the permission of your guardian.
  • It is possible for one entrant (including groups and corporations) to make multiple entries. Furthermore, entrants may belong to multiple groups.
  • Entrants must pay the various expenses concerning entry into this contest. This includes the construction of the entry development/implementation environment and Internet communication/connection fees.
  • In principle, the winners will attend the awards ceremony and give a presentation on their entries.
  • The monetary award will be transferred to the designated account in the name of the entrant in the case of an individual, the designated account in the name of the group representative in the case of a group and the designated account in the name of the corporation in the case of a corporation.
  • Entries will be submitted by publishing them on Google Play, App Store, Windows Store or another website designated by the entrant after the entrant registers his/her/its information on the special contest website.
  • You will not be eligible to enter this contest once the submission deadline to this contest has passed.
  • If the entry is an iOS app, the submission date for the entry to this contest is defined as the date on which it is applied for the registration by Apple Inc. However, this is subject to the entrant complying with the precautions described in the entry submission method.
  • Entrants are prohibited from entering entries developed for this contest in other contests.
  • Apps entered in this contest shall not be recognized, released or distributed as official apps or official services of the organizer, co-sponsor or supporters.
  • Organized crime groups as defined in Article 2 (2) of the Act on Prevention of Unjust Acts by Organized Crime Group Members (Act No. 77 (1991), organized crime group members as defined in Article 2 (6) of the same act, associate members of organized crime groups, companies related to organized crime groups, stock holder meeting extortionists, political racketeers, organized special intellectual crime groups, or other groups or individuals who pursue economic interests by making use of violence, intimidation and fraudulent methods, or those equivalent to these (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Anti-social Forces”), or those deemed by the organizer to have some kind of interaction or involvement with Anti-social Forces such as by cooperating or being involved in the maintenance, operation or management of Anti-social Forces through fund provision or otherwise are not allowed to enter this contest.
  • In the event a problem arises concerning copyright, moral rights of authors, neighboring rights, design rights, trademark rights, utility model rights, patent rights or other rights (hereinafter "Intellectual Property Rights"), the entrant will solve this at his/her/its own responsibility and cost. Moreover, if the organizer and co-sponsor of this contest or a third party suffer damages due to the responsibility of the entrant, the applicable entrant will take responsibility for providing compensation for these damages.
  • The organizer and co-sponsor of this contest will provide absolutely no guarantees about the accuracy, comprehensiveness or compatibility with specific purposes of the data prepared on the special website by the organizer and co-sponsor for this contest. Additionally, the organizer and co-sponsor will accept absolutely no responsibility in regards to the content of the data prepared on the special website by the organizer and co-sponsor even if damages arise as a result of the entrant using the applicable information. 
  • The provision of the data prepared on the special website for this contest may be canceled and the content of the data may be changed according to the circumstances of the organizer and co-sponsor of this contest.
  • Data prepared on the special website by the organizer and co-sponsor for this contest is scheduled to be provided until the end of the contest.
  • Entries that are, or may be, contrary to public order/morals and entries judged by the organizer not to suit the intent of this contest will not be judged.
  • The Intellectual Property Rights of entries will belong to the entrants. However, entrants shall provide the right for the organizer and co-sponsor to use the applicable entries, names and names of entrants indefinitely in paper and electronic media for publicity, advertising and announcements in and outside of Japan in the future.
  • Entrants can publicize the fact that they have entered their entries into this contest on their own websites, SNS and similar. However, entrants must not make false claims as though the applicable entry was developed by the organizer and co-sponsor for this contest at that time.
  • Entrants must not use the data and similar prepared on the special website by the organizer and co-sponsor for this contest for any purpose other than the development of their entries for this contest and to enter this contest.
  • If an entry disadvantages or impairs the reputation of the organizer and co-sponsor of this contest, the organizer and co-sponsor will immediately stop providing information to the developer of the applicable entry.
  • Entrants cannot use the data prepared on the special website by the organizer and co-sponsor for this contest or the entry to this contest for commercial purposes regardless of whether for profit or not.
  • If falsehoods are contained in an entry registration, the applicable entry will not be eligible for any award.
  • If it is not possible to notify the winning of an award to an entrant due to lack of communication or similar, the right to receive the award may be invalidated.
  • We will only use the information (e.g. name and contact details) described at the time of the entry to contact award winners, to announce award-winning entries and to make contact related to entries. However, this will not apply when using the applicable entries, names and names of entrants in paper and electronic media for publicity, advertising and announcements in and outside of Japan in the future.
  • We cannot respond to inquiries concerning the progress of award selection.
  • Those involved with the organizer and co-sponsor of this contest or those involved with the implementation of this contest cannot submit an entry.
  • We may cancel this contest without prior notice depending on the circumstances. Moreover, the organizer and co-sponsor of this contest will have no obligation to compensate for the applicable expenses even if the expenses were incurred to enter before the entrant becomes aware of the cancellation of this contest in the event of cancellation.
  • Entrants will develop entries upon agreeing to this Entry Agreement and the Frameworx Next Generation Logistics Open Data Contest API License Agreement.

API Usage Rules

Frameworx Next Generation Logistics Open Data Contest API License Agreement

Preamble:
The Frameworx Next Generation Logistics Open Data Contest API License Agreement (hereinafter “this Agreement”) has been established in regards to the use of the Next Generation Logistics Open Data Contest API (hereinafter “Open Data Contest API”), Access Tokens and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data defined in Article 1 that have been released by the organizer and co-sponsor with the objective of allowing new logistics proposals to be utilized in application development, research reports and similar by general developers, researchers, students and others through releasing data relating to the logistics system of Frameworx as open data.

Article 1 Definitions

  1. “Developer” shall refer to the entity (including individuals and corporations) that will use the Open Data Contest API.
  2. “Next Generation Logistics Open Data” shall refer to the data relating to the logistics system of the organizer and co-sponsor.
  3. “Open Data Contest API” shall refer to the API to provide the Next Generation Logistics Open Data by the organizer and co-sponsor with regards to the web system and application developed by the Developer.
  4. “This Next Generation Logistics Open Data” shall refer to the Next Generation Logistics Open Data used in the Open Data Contest API that is provided to the Developer by the organizer and co-sponsor.
  5. “This Web System” shall refer to the web system and/or application developed through incorporating the Open Data Contest API by the Developer.
  6. “Access Tokens” shall refer to a character string to use the Open Data Contest API provided to the Developer by the organizer and co-sponsor.

Article 2 Use of the Open Data Contest API, Access Tokens and This Next Generation Logistics Data

  1. The Developer shall be able to use the Open Data Contest API and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data according to the provisions set forth in this Agreement in a non-assignable and non-exclusive manner by consenting to this Agreement upon registering his/her/its information according to the registration form.
  2. If the Developer publishes This Web System on Google Play, App Store, Windows Store, a webpage or similar, he/she/it shall describe the necessary items on the contact form on the prescribed webpage designated by the organizer and co-sponsor.
  3. The Developer shall comply with the following items when using the Open Data Contest API, Access Tokens and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data.
    1. The Developer shall use the Open Data Contest API according to this Agreement each time he/she/it accesses it.
    2. The Developer shall use the Open Data Contest API, Access Token and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data according to this Agreement.
    3. If part or all of This Next Generation Logistics Open Data is updated, the Developer shall immediately update This Next Generation Logistics Open Data in This Web System.
  4. The Developer shall guarantee that the content of This Next Generation Logistics Open Data displayed in This Web System shall accurately reflect the content of This Next Generation Logistics Open Data provided by the organizer and co-sponsor.
  5. The Developer may combine This Next Generation Logistics Open Data with data from other systems under the condition that this combination does not infringe upon the intellectual property rights and other rights of any third parties.
  6. The organizer and co-sponsor shall be able to change the format of the Open Data Contest API, Access Tokens and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data at any time. However, if these formats are changed, the organizer and co-sponsor shall strive to provide advance notification to the e-mail address reported at the time the Developer registered.
  7. The Developer shall not be given the Open Data Contest API, This Next Generation Logistics Open Data or any rights pertaining to these (including, but not limited to, intellectual property rights) by the organizer and co-sponsor, excluding the rights explicitly permitted in this Agreement.

Article 3 Copyright

  1. The copyright of This Web System shall belong to the Developer of This Web System.
  2. The Developer of This Web System shall grant the use of This Web System to the organizer, co-sponsor and those designated by the organizer and co-sponsor for the purpose of announcing, promoting, recording, publicizing and similar the activities of the organizer and co-sponsor through release, reproduction, distribution, public transmission, publication (including publication by an electronic method) or other method for free and indefinitely.

 

Article 4 Intellectual Property Rights

  1. The right to receive industrial property rights (e.g. patents, utility models and designs) and intellectual property rights obtained based on these rights (hereinafter “Intellectual Property Rights”) shall belong to those specified in the following items in regards to all new technical results such as inventions, plans, designs and know-how (hereinafter “Inventions”) obtained from developing This Web System.
    1. The Intellectual Property Rights for Inventions independently developed by the organizer and co-sponsor or Developer shall belong solely to the party that made the Inventions.
    2. The Intellectual Property Rights for Inventions developed jointly by the organizer, co-sponsor and Developer shall be shared by the organizer, co-sponsor and said Developer.
  2. The details concerning the Intellectual Property Rights to be shared by the organizer, co-sponsor and Developer based on the preceding paragraph shall be established through separate discussions.

Article 5 Period and Termination

  1. This Agreement shall apply from the time when the organizer and co-sponsor send the Developer a notification of agreement with regards to the notification of consent to this Agreement by the Developer.
  2. The use of the Open Data Contest API and Next Generation Logistics Open Data by the Developer based on this Agreement shall be terminated when the organizer and co-sponsor send the Developer a usage termination notification.
  3. The organizer and co-sponsor shall reserve the right to immediately terminate use of the Open Data Contest API and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data by the Developer based on this Agreement through sending the Developer a usage termination notification at the following times:
    1. When the Developer has violated this Agreement
    2. When the information in This Next Generation Logistics Open Data registered on This Web System by the Developer is inaccurate
    3. When This Web System is not in compliance with the intent of the purpose of providing the Open Data Contest API, Access Tokens and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data described in the preamble of this Agreement
    4. When it has been determined that This Web System will disadvantage or impair the reputation of the organizer and co-sponsor
  4. The organizer and co-sponsor shall reserve the right to alter, suspend and stop providing the information in the Open Data Contest API and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data to the Developer at any time through a notification to the said Developer for any reason. In addition, the organizer and co-sponsor shall reserve the right to immediately terminate use of the Open Data Contest API and Next Generation Logistics Open Data by the Developer based on this Agreement through a usage termination notification to the said Developer.
  5. The Developer must immediately stop using the Open Data Contest API and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data in This Web System in the cases set forth in the preceding three paragraphs.
  6. When the organizer and co-sponsor have sent this usage termination notification to the Developer, the said Developer must delete all of This Next Generation Logistics Open Data stored in the servers of the said Developer and must then not use This Next Generation Logistics Open Data thereafter.
  7. The Developer shall understand that the organizer and co-sponsor shall accept absolutely no responsibility for any direct, incidental, consequential and indirect damages or any other damages (including, but not limited to, damages suffered by users using This Web System) arising from the termination, alteration, suspension or stoppage of the use of the Open Data Contest API, Access Tokens and Next Generation Logistics Open Data based on this article. The same shall also apply even if the organizer and co-sponsor have been informed about the possibility of such damages arising.

Article 6 Exemptions and Responsibilities

  1. The organizer and co-sponsor shall strive to maintain the accuracy of the information in the Open Data Contest API and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data. However, the organizer and co-sponsor shall be exempt from responsibility as set forth in the following items because it may not always be possible to provide accurate information.
    1. The Developer shall understand that the Open Data Contest API and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data shall be provided in its present condition AS IS.
    2. The Developer shall understand that the organizer and co-sponsor shall accept absolutely no responsibility for direct, incidental, consequential and indirect damages or any other damages (including, but not limited to, damages suffered by users using This Web System) arising from the use or inability to use the Open Data Contest API and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data. The same shall also apply even if the organizer and co-sponsor have been informed about the possibility of such damages arising.
    3. The Developer shall understand that the organizer and co-sponsor shall provide absolutely no guarantee for the Open Data Contest API and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data regardless of whether explicit or implicit, including implied guarantees with relation to marketability, compatibility with specific applications or non-infringement properties.
  2. The organizer and co-sponsor shall strive to ensure that This Next Generation Logistics Open Data satisfies the following items.
    1. No content that slanders others, obscene content or other illegal content is contained in the data found in This Next Generation Logistics Open Data.
    2. No computer viruses are contained in the data found in This Next Generation Logistics Open Data.
  3. If the organizer and co-sponsor verify that an Access Token which is input when  the Open Data Contest API is accessed matches with that provided to the Developer, the organizer and co-sponsor shall deem that the said Developer in question has used it even if the said input was made by a third party.
  4. The Developer shall appropriately manage the Access Tokens provided to him/her/it from the organizer and co-sponsor at his/her/its own responsibility.
  5. Even if an Access Token is used by someone other than the Developer due to its theft, misuse or other circumstances, the Developer shall consent to the fact that the organizer and co-sponsor shall accept absolutely no responsibility for any damages that arise as a result of its use in cases in which the organizer and co-sponsor are not responsible for this.

Article 7 Prohibitions

  1. The Developer shall be prohibited from the following acts except when he/she/it has the prior agreement in writing of the organizer and co-sponsor. The organizer and co-sponsor shall reserve the right to alter, suspend or stop the provision of the information in the Open Data Contest API and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data to a Developer and to immediately terminate its use of the Open Data Contest API and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data based on this Agreement if the organizer and co-sponsor determines that the Developer has performed one of these prohibited acts.
    1. Incorporating or updating This Next Generation Logistics Open Data obtained by using the Open Data Contest API into software, databases, applications, GIS systems or any other system not limited to This Web System.
    2. Releasing, reproducing, redistributing or publically transmitting This Next Generation Logistics Open Data obtained by using the Open Data Contest API in a state that enables reuse by a third party.
    3. Releasing, reproducing, redistributing or publically transmitting the Open Data Contest API and Access Tokens in a state that enables reuse by a third party.
    4. Releasing, reproducing, redistributing or publically transmitting this Web System for profit.
    5. Using This Next Generation Logistics Open Data in a way that disadvantages or impairs the reputation of the organizer and the co-sponsor.
    6. Disassembling or modifying This Next Generation Logistics Open Data in a form that impairs its original meaning.
    7. Posting advertising in This Next Generation Logistics Open Data and This Web System.
    8. Charging fees for using This Next Generation Logistics Open Data and This Web System.
    9. Displaying all of This Next Generation Logistics Open Data other than on This Web System.
    10. Using the intellectual property rights (including, but not limited to, all trademarks belonging to the organizer and co-sponsor) when using the Open Data Contest API and This Next Generation Logistics Open Data.
    11. Using any display that suggests the organizer and co-sponsor shall provide any kind of guarantee or take responsibility for This Web System.
    12. Using This Next Generation Logistics Open Data for commercial purposes whether for profit or not.

Article 8 Changes

  1. The organizer and co-sponsor reserve the right to make changes to this Agreement at any time without any prior notice.
  2. The Developer must consent to this Agreement after it has been changed in order to use either the Open Data Contest API, This Next Generation Logistics Open Data or both after this Agreement has been changed following a notification of this change to the Developer by the organizer and co-sponsor.

 

Article 9 Compensation

  1. The Developer shall agree to make no claims for compensation or any other kinds of claims to the organizer and co-sponsor in regards to the acts of the organizer and co-sponsor that are exempted from responsibility in Paragraph 1 of Article 6.

Article 10 Separability

  1. Even if part of this Agreement has been determined to be invalid or unenforceable, if it is deemed possible for this Agreement to continue, the remainder of this Agreement shall continue to be fully effective.

Article 11 Privacy

  1. The Developer, organizer and co-sponsor shall comply with the Act on the Protection of Personal Information (Law No. 57 of May 30, 2003 and the Revised Personal Information Protection Law that revises this law and which will be fully enforced from May 30, 2017; hereinafter collectively the “Personal Information Protection Law”).
  2. The Developer, organizer and co-sponsor shall establish an appropriate privacy policy to achieve the preceding paragraph and shall operate this appropriately to prevent personal information being misused, leaked or damaged. However, if the Developer does not fall under a “personal information handling operator” as set forth in the Personal Information Protection Law, he/she/it shall be exempt from the creation of a privacy policy in the period until the Revised Personal Information Protection Law is fully enforced.

Article 12 Surviving Terms

  1. Article 3, Article 4, Article 6, Article 7 and Articles 9 to 14 shall remain effective even after the termination of this Agreement.

Article 13 Governing Law and Language

  1. The establishment, effectiveness and performance of this Agreement shall be ruled and interpreted according to Japanese law in full.

Article 14 Trial Jurisdiction

  1. If the need arises for litigation with respect to this Agreement, the Tokyo Summary Court or the Tokyo District Court shall have exclusive jurisdiction in the first instance.

The contest in the past

2016

Frameworx Logistics Open Data Contest

PLEASE SEND INQUIRIES CONCERNING THE CONTEST TO THE FOLLOWING

Secretariat for Frameworx Next Generation Logistics Open Data Contest
(YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory)
location: SEIJITSU BLD-1, 9th Floor 2-12-3 Nishi-Gotanda Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0031 JAPAN
E-mail:support@frameworxopendata.jp