Haruto Iwata envisions scaling Fujifilm India Business to new heights with double-digit growth every year in the coming 3 years
Haruto is a scuba diver, a lover of nature and believes it is a kind of meditation for him. Fujifilm is now betting heavily in medical imaging and is one of the leading makers of image processing in the healthcare industry. Haruto wants to achieve double digit growth in India in the medical field. His focus will be on promoting Fujifilm’s cutting edge technology in ‘Image Capturing’ and ‘Image Processing’ being utilised across medical, photo Imaging, digital camera, and graphic arts business. He believes in connected health and states that Artificial Intelligence-powered diagnostic solutions from Fujifilm can help radiologists in India.
Haruto loved connected health. According to him, AI simplifies the lives of patients, doctors, and hospital administrators by performing tasks that are typically done by humans, but in less time and at a fraction of the cost. It allows patients to track their ultrasounds, thermometers, glucose monitors, electrocardiograms by being connected through technologies like AI and IoT. He explains how these technologies are reinventing and reinvigorating modern healthcare through machines that can predict, comprehend, learn, and act.
"We can say that from patient and self-service to chatbots, computer-aided detection (CAD) systems for diagnosis, and image data analysis to identify candidate molecules in drug discovery, AI, IoT and other technologies are already at work.”