About reserving a guided tour
We have opened ”a facility for experiencing the future of civil engineering,”KAJIMA DX LABO, on the left bank side of the Naruse Dam dam body construction site.Please join us for an experience of Kajima’s latest cutting-edge construction technology.
KAJIMA DX LABO is a touring facility designed to allow its visitors to see and learn about Kajima’s vision of the future of civil engineering, an overview of Kajima’s A4CSEL system technology, and the Naruse Dam Construction Project itself. Using AR (augmented reality) tablets, visitors can experience Kajima’s vision of “the future of civil engineering” through the diorama, panel, and outdoor field museum observation deck exhibitions.
To make a reservation for a guided tour, please apply using the reservation website as provided in the link below.
The first floor of the facility is for guided tours, and the second floor is the A4CSEL IT Pilot control room.
Augmented Reality (AR) Experience
By using a tablet device to hover over the specially programmed diorama and informational panels featured in the exhibition, this tour allows you to virtually witness and learn about our latest construction technologies through an AR experience.
AR is also incorporated into the outdoor observation deck part of the tour, where visitors will point their tablet device toward the construction site to view an AR architectural rendering of Naruse Dam upon completion.
A Facility of Various Experiences
The LABO facility is equipped with a diorama, informational panels, and a field museum. Visitors can learn about a variety of topics such as the "A4CSEL" system that links multiple automated heavy machinery units with an optimal construction management system that incorporates AI technology, the various cutting-edge technologies being used on our construction site, and the objectives of Naruse Dam through the AR images that appear on the informational panels.
Outdoor Observation Deck
The “Field Museum” outdoor observation deck provides a sweeping view of the Naruse Dam construction site.
From the deck, visitors can observe the 20+ automated driver-less heavy duty construction machines in action as they build the dam body, and use the AR function on their tablet device to view an architectural rendering of the dam body when completed.