Video Review

ch.02Panasonic's Innovative Solutions Crosses the Sea to Russia
Panasonic began its activities in Russia, the largest country in the world (total land area: 17,075,200 square kilometers), and the CIS countries in 1996. But Panasonic`s products became very popular among Russian people long before that - in Soviet Union`s time they were brought into the country b...
ch.02Panasonic Avionics Solutions - The Industry Leader
Panasonic Avionics Corporation supports over 300 airlines worldwide, serves over 1.4 billion airline passengers each year, and has over 35 years of industry firsts. Panasonic Avionics builds and installs systems for airline passengers and cabin crews that provide entertainment, communications and m...
ch.02Panasonic Stadium Solutions - Suita City Football Stadium
The "Suita City Football Stadium" was newly established as the home stadium of the professional football team, Gamba Osaka. It is equipped with an extensive range of systems comprised of Panasonic's cutting-edge technology. This video introduces LED floodlights and the large-screen display syste...
ch.02Panasonic CityNOW Technologies are Helping the Atlanta Braves Redefine the Fan Experience
When the Atlanta Braves open their 2017 baseball season next spring at SunTrust Park, their new state-of-the-art home in Cobb County, Georgia, fans will be treated to a completely immersive 'community' experience that extends far beyond the stadium itself. Located at the intersection of I-75 and I-...
ch.02Rugged Toughpad Tablets Help Guide Parachutists to Safety
Panasonic's "TOUGHPAD" boasts a reliable, robust design optimal for factories, logistics centers, outdoors, and even in very harsh environments with vehicles, heavy machinery, etc. Since hitting the market in 2012, the "TOUGHPAD" has continued to evolve while meeting the diverse needs with PCs, ta...
ch.02CityNOW Project: With the City of Denver, North America
In 2015, "CityNOW," a new Smart City project began in Denver, Colorado, a city aspiring to become sustainable. And Panasonic is contributing to this project with its advanced technologies and solutions.
ch.02Panasonic's LED Floodlights Light Up the Tokyo Dome
Tokyo Dome is one of the largest, all-weather, multi-purpose stadiums in Japan. In March 2016, approximately 400 Panasonic LED floodlights, 2KW equivalent, were installed in its outfield. And in March 2017, 300 LED floodlights will be installed in the infield, so a total of 700 floodlights will b...
ch.02"Omotenashi" (Hospitality) for Inbound Tourists - Panasonic's Multilingual Solutions
Each year Japan receives many visitors from overseas. During peak seasons, the number of tourists as well as the variety of languages increases. Panasonic is responding to the rising demand for "omotenashi" or hospitality at tourist destinations, in the cities, hotels, etc. with its multilingual ...
ch.02Panasonic Projector Solutions: Now and Beyond
Panasonic Corporation released a video, which introduces its projector solutions. Panasonic projectors are widely used at events all around the world. This video explains why Panasonic projectors are being chosen for the latest projection mapping events and Panasonic's future strategy for projecto...
ch.02Panasonic Successfully Broadcast the Total Solar Eclipse Live from Ternate, Indonesia
Panasonic successfully broadcasted the total solar eclipse live from Ternate, Indonesia on March 9, 2016, using solar energy captured by our Power Supply Container. Viewers tuned in to our live broadcast online between 05:00 and 12:00 (UTC +9) to catch the rare spectacle.