Jul 23, 2013

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Panasonic Takes Home Most Awards for Kids Design a Second Year in a Row

On July 5, 2013, the winners of the "7th Kids Design Award (*1)" organized by the Kids Design Association, a Cabinet approved NPO, were announced. Panasonic received 10 awards (2 of which were jointly submitted), the highest number of awards among all entrants; this is the second year in a row that Panasonic has achieved such a great feat. These awards are presented to products and activities that help encourage and promote the safety, security, and growth of children. Panasonic has received an award every year since the Kids Design Award was inaugurated in 2007. Some of the awards it has received include the gold award (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry's Award), various category awards, judges' pick award, and the Kids Design Association Chairman's award.

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    The 7th Kids Design Awards - Award-winning products and projects

This year Panasonic received awards for the following:

Designs to contribute to the security and safety of children - general category

  • Smart VIERA TV FT60 and others
  • Wireless Door Monitor VL-SDM300
  • LED Desk Lamp (Jointly submitted with ASHiD)
  • For Apartment Building HA D Series Windea-R
  • Compact Road Lighting

Designs to comfortably raise children - personal and home category

  • Digital High Definition Video Camera HC-V520M
  • Refrigerator NR-F557XV Series
  • Drum Type Washing & Drying Machine NA-VX8200 Series and others

Designs to create the future of children - education and understanding category

  • Kodomo Satoyama Lab Tokyo Shintoshin (jointly submitted with Sekisui House, Ltd., Actus Co., Ltd., Kokuyo Co., Ltd., Jakuetsu Co., Ltd.)

Reconstruction assistance design category

  • Tohoku reconstruction assistance program "Smiling for Sure 2021" (*2)

*1 About the Kids Design Award The "Kids Design Award" organized by the Cabinet approved NPO, Kids Design Association, was inaugurated in 2007 to help bring about and make widespread "designs that contribute to the safety and security of children," "designs that help pave the way for creativity and for the future," and "designs that help support the birth and nurturing of children."

*2 Tohoku reconstruction assistance program "Smiling for Sure 2021" This program offers children in the Tohoku region an opportunity to take a stab at video production. This experience aims to help children face the present and to look forward into the future.

  • "Smiling for Sure 2021" CM

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