2021年 3月 の投稿一覧

Creation of an own-brand business for new CMOS sensors

We have decided to establish our own brand of CMOS sensor business in April 2021.

At present, Rosnes is the only independent venture company in Japan that is fully engaged in CMOS sensor development. In recent years, many of the independent and venture companies that have developed CMOS sensors in Japan have been absorbed by major domestic and foreign companies, resulting in a decline in the number of companies.

Rosnes was established in January 2007, and for the past 15 years has been engaged in small-lot, high-mix contract development of dedicated CMOS sensors commissioned by customers.

In recent years, Rosnes has received many requests from various fields, such as consumer and industrial applications, for the development and mass production of standard products, and has decided to start a full-scale business of developing and mass producing its own brand CMOS sensors.

We finished the feasibility study of the virtual tour business

Our project was selected as a subsidy project for the creation of a business model for the corona society in Kyoto Prefecture.

We have completed a feasibility study on "Creation of a virtual tourism business for tourists, including overseas tourists.

We conducted a questionnaire survey on the awareness of virtual tours among foreigners living abroad to find out how much they are willing to pay for virtual tours and how they feel about online tours.

In addition, we have obtained knowledge about how to attract customers to virtual tours.

In order to attract customers to the virtual tour, we have conducted the following

SNS to attract customers
A website to view Kyoto tour contents
A mail-order website where visitors can actually purchase souvenirs.

"IntoKyoto" (the website that we created)
https://virtualintokyoto.com

In developing the virtual tour, we received cooperation from Toei Uzumasa Film Village, Myohoji Temple Daihoin, and other organizations.
The tour content was designed so that overseas participants could enjoy the tour online.

As a preliminary step to holding the tour, we actually conducted a test delivery of the virtual live tour, and identified issues in actual operation, such as how much of a time lag would occur, to gain useful knowledge for improving the quality of the service.

As a result, we were even able to hold a virtual tour where we actually collected participation fees from foreign participants overseas.

Through the tours, we implemented a virtual tour for overseas visitors using a real-time live streaming platform and created a sales channel for souvenir shops by combining virtual tours and online shopping.

We submitted a report to the Kyoto Prefectural Government on these feasibility studies, and the results were presented to the Kyoto Prefectural Government.

Subsidy for Business Model Creation Project for Corona Society in Kyoto Prefecture
The feasibility study for the project, "Creation of a virtual tourism business for tourists, including overseas tourists," has been completed.

This is the end of the feasibility study.

Looking ahead, we are considering implementing strategies for attracting more visitors and gaining recognition through the use of SNS and video platforms, as well as developing a system that allows participants in remote areas to have a more interactive experience online.