Mr. Nakamura of RTRI Commended for his Contribution to Standardization Activities

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April 05, 2021
Railway Technical Research Institute

Mr. Kazuki Nakamura of RTRI was given the Year 2020 Award for Contribution to Standardization by the Railway Technology Standardization Survey Committee. The award giving ceremony was held on March 31 in Tokyo.

Award winner:
Mr. Kazuki Nakamura, Laboratory Head, Telecommunications and Networking, Signalling and Transport Information Technology Division

Award winning achievement:
Since 2017, Mr. Nakamura has contributed to the review activities in Japan as a member of the task force and panels for railway telecommunications of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU-R) and the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. In addition, he participated in the International Special Committee on Radio Interference of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC/CISPR/SC B/WG 2) as an international expert for more than 10 years and contributed to domestic and international review activities.

He joined the Japanese delegation for the 2019 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-19) under ITU-R. He was given the award because he presented Japanese views at the conference with other members, succeeded in reflecting them in the resolutions and is expected to further contribute to the international standardization efforts.

* Award for Contribution to Standardization is given to persons who contribute to international and domestic standardization activities in the railway field. This award giving is started in 2007 by the Railway Technology Standardization Survey Committee (Chairperson: Hiroyuki Osaki, Prof. of the University of Tokyo Secretariat: Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and RTRI) for the purpose of supporting the activities of award winners and raising the awareness of the importance of standardization among related people. In particular, the Award for Contribution to Standardization is given to a person who is expected to continue to contribute to standardization.

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