- Fujifilm picks up the largest number of awards for four consecutive years
- “Medical Cloud Service” chosen as one of the Good Design Best 100
FUJIFILM Corporation (President and CEO, Representative Director: Teiichi Goto) is pleased to announce that 19 of its products in a wide range of business fields including mirrorless digital cameras, medical equipment and services have been awarded in the Good Design Award 2022*1, an award program organized by the Japan Institute of Design Promotion. These products have been recognized not only for their beautiful appearances but also their design excellence that facilitates advanced performance and usability. This is the fourth consecutive year since 2019 for Fujifilm to win the highest number of awards among the participants.
The company’s “Medical Cloud Service” has also been chosen as one of the Good Design Best 100*2.
In developing a wide range of products and services, Fujifilm has pursued a high level of functionality and performance, while working on developing designs that bring out the full potential of the excellent functionality and performance. This year, Fujifilm picked up a record number of awards in the iF Design Award, and won the highest honor in the Red Dot Design Award for both categories “Product Design” and “Brands & Communication Design.” In the Good Design Award 2022, the company marked the fourth consecutive year since 2019 to win the highest number of awards. These achievements demonstrate an ever-growing recognition for design excellence of Fujifilm products in and outside Japan.
Fujifilm strives to create new value of products and services by not only pursuing exterior design aesthetics but also exploring designs that facilitate ease of use and advanced functionality.
*1 The Good Design Award is Japan's only comprehensive design evaluation and promotion program launched by the Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization (today's Japan Institute of Design Promotion) in 1988, based on the Good Design Selection System (G Mark System) established by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (today's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in 1957.
*2 Award given to 100 products with the highest level of recognition, selected from the Good Design Award winners.
Medical Cloud Service ＜Good Design Best 100＞
This cloud service allows users to use a variety of medical software applications, which previously had to be installed on a server or computers within medical institutions, on a basis of pay-per-use or fixed charges. The service eliminates the need to install a physical server, thereby reducing users’ initial cost. Users can easily choose functions and applications they want at the dedicated portal site.
IT-based medical consultation software has been evolving rapidly, as seen in the recent rise in AI-based diagnostic support. However, the cost of introducing such medical software is unaffordable for many clinics, which account for about 60% of all medical institutions in Japan, potentially creating disparity in healthcare services. This service is innovative in that the concept of “trial” and “pay-per-use” subscription service, which has become part of daily life, is applied to the advanced medical field. We give high recognition to its ability to solve the issue of medical disparity and offer benefits of medical technologies to all.
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