Activities of Japan Aerospace Industry Forum

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Activities of Japan Aerospace Industry Forum
Chubu Aerospace Technology Center
(C-ASTEC)
METI
Ministry of Economy ,
Trade and Industry

Japan Aerospace Industry Forum (JAIF)
-est. 2008



Chairman: Mr. Toshio
Mita

Industries
Chubu Economic Federation
Chubu Aerospace Technology Center
Major airframe manufacturers
Small or medium-sized parts suppliers
Academic institutions
Nagoya University
College of Naka-Nippon Aviation
Government
Aichi, Gifu, and Mie Prefectures
Nagoya City
Chubu Bureau of METI
Major members
in Greater Nagoya Region


Tohoku Region



Kanto Region



Hokuriku Region


Kinki Region


The above are the prefectures and regions where
Paris Air Show member companies are located.

Collaboration with other
domestic regions

Paris Air Show member regions
Collaboration

Our mission is to promote the Japanese aerospace industry by supporting
its integration,encouraging new entrants, and fostering cooperation among
industries, government and academic institutions.


Organization of Japan Aerospace Industry Forum made up of industry and
university representatives to support technical development and new entry by
companies in the region.


JAXA
(
*Flight test center: Nagoya Airport
operated by the prefecture (Komaki) /
Noto
Airport)

Nagoya University

Nagoya University

Nagoya Institute of Technology

Gifu University

Daido University

Kanazawa Institute of Technology

National Institute of Advanced
Industrial Science and Technology, etc.
Flight Testing
R&D
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Advantages of the Chubu region and
widespread collaboration with other areas
JAXA Aerospace
Center (*
Chofu
city)

Aichi Industrial Technology Institute

Research Institute for Machinery and Materials

VR Technology Center

College of Naka
-
Nippon Aviation, etc.
Collaborative
Organizations

Point of Knowledge

Gifu Innovation Center

Advanced Component Innovation
Center, etc.
Collaborative
Organizations

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Collaborative
Organizations

Tokyo University, Kyushu
University, JAXA, JADC,
RIMCOF, SJAC, etc.
Collaborative
Organizations

Sumitomo Precision
Products

Shimadzu

ShinMaywa

IHI, etc.
Collaborative
Organizations

Small and mid
-
sized
parts, processing
manufacturers
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ﶅ
R&D Support
(Local innovation
research and supporting
industries, etc.)

ﶇ
Support for
Acquiring
Certification
(Dispatch of experts)

ﶃ
Providing
Information
(Seminars and
Symposium)

ﶆ
Marketing support
(Airshow exhibits, matching
with manufacturers)

ﶄ
HRD Support
(Leader, core worker, and
technician development,
CATIA training)

Current Activities of METI Chubu

Universities

Public tests
Research
organizations

AIST
National
Component Center
(tentative name)

(Test certification
ɹ
Open 2011)

Industry
Support
Organizations

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[Goal Image]

Global location that contributes to the development of next generation
aircraft

Development of global state-of-the-art composite materials and
establishe technologies

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[Future Support]

Development of an evaluation research site with design, type
approval, maintenance, and repair services in addition to software
support.
[Enhanced innovation through a new facility]

JAXA
Flight test site

Locations to support R&D, evaluations, HRD and management


Scheduled development of support
sites for innovation
(2010 Revised budget)

[Tier 1]
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Kawasaki Heavy Industries
Fuji Heavy Industries

[Tier 2]
Nabtesco, Tamagawa Seiki
Imai Aero-Equipment Mfg, Asahi Metal
Industry, Sako Manufacturing, Toyo
Koku Denshi
Best-Tech, etc.

[Material & Machine Tool Makers]
Toray, Toho Tenax, Mitsubishi Rayon
Yamazaki Mazak, Okuma, Mori Seiki, etc.

Boeing
Airbus, etc.
Aircraft Industry Goal for the Chubu Region










[Composite Material Development Evaluation Center
(National Component Center (tentative name))]

Contribute to global next generation aircraft development


Japan’s first open R&D site to demonstrate and evaluate composite material manufacturing technology (*mainly using
thermoplastic resin) will be developed in the Chubu region where manufacturing industry is centered while building a
network of advanced composite material research sites in Japan.

Academic, business and government organizations will work together at the site to perform evaluation tests and
standardize large material molding technology, lightning, and heat and flame resistant materials. The site will move
forward with the demonstration, evaluation and standardization of composite material production technology and
human resource development.

Large composite material makers and users in Japan such as aircraft and automobile makers and machine makers are
scheduled to participate. Collaboration is also scheduled with those in the composite material industry around the
world.

Development Location
: Nagoya University Campus
(Scheduled site)

Project size: Approx. 2 billion yen

Management: Guiding committee made up of
industry, academic and government representatives
manage

using installation, membership fees and
usage fees, etc.

˙
Development of site equipment


Main Demonstration & Evaluation Details
ɹɾ
Large mold technology development (2m
!
or more)
prototype evaluation, lightning, heat and flame
resistance test evaluation and standardization
Overview of Developing the National Component Center

(Heat & Flame Resistant Test Device

(Extruder)

(Lightning Test Device)

(Large Press Machine)

Marketing Support - Encouraging participation in the Paris Air Show
2011 by SME and assisting them in business negotiations
!

Activities at the show (
Our stand: Hall4-D50
)

"

Group meetings and individual business negotiations
"

Meetings with international aerospace organizations, etc

!

Compani
es supported by us
"

Leading medium-sized aircraft-related manufacturers (parts suppliers, machine tools builder,
engineering companies, etc). [
At this show, total 21 companies+clusters participated this time.
]


!

Implementation system
ɾ
An executive committee from Chubu Bureau of METI, local governments, economic organization
(led by Mr. Mita

chairman of C-ASTEC, Chubu Economic Federation) for planning, preparation
and local support.

Interim report from the show
:
Request for samples : 3 cases
Request for quotation: 19 cases
Request for NDA: 7 cases
Current
state

Airframe manufacturer

Companiese
A

(Machining )

(Processing)

(Assembling)

Material supply


Ordering

Future image

Companie
se D

Airframe manufacturer


Machining companies and
manufacturer group

Purchasing
of parts

Trading companies
and material
manufacturers

Material
procurement

In order to increase international competitiveness of suppliers, we are now
reorganizing and integrating manufacturers and manufacturer groups.

Marketing Support ~ Reorganizing Suppliers
(Machining )

(Processing)

(Assembling)

Structural parts

Companiese
B

Companiese
C

Companie
se E

Companie
se F

For existing workers

For enterprises


For job searchers

Aircraft related industry

human resource development

Design
& production
engineers

Production
engineers

Operators &
skilled workers

CAD seminar
(CATIA V5, Pro/
ENGINEER Solid
Works, Auto CAD LT,
etc)
Competitiveness
enhancement
Skill upgrading
Skill upgrading
Aerospace production engineer
training seminar

Job boost

Aerospace related industry
“manufacturing experts”
cultivation seminar

Aerospace related
industries CATIA V5
seminar

Aircraft design
related CATIA
seminar

Job boost

Job boost

Aircraft development DBT (Design
Buildup Team) leadership training
seminar
For industrial high
school students

Aircraft industry’s
next-generation
engineer training
(industrial high
school students)

Aerospace engineer
training (CATIA, 5-
axis machining, etc)

Education and Training
!


Purpose of exhibition


!

By gathering aerospace-related companies, organizations and others, we will foster
communications among the trade and information exchanges, and at the same, we will
contribute to improve the aerospace-related industry and improve understanding of the
nation on the space industry, and contribute to better people’s lives.
!


Name


!

JA2012 International Aerospace Exhibition (Japan Aerospace 2012/JA2012)
!


Dates


!

6 days from 9
th
October (Tue) to 14
th
(Sun) 2012


!


Venue


!


Port Messe Nagoya (Trade and public days)


Trade days: 4 days from 9
th
October (Tue) to 12
th
(Fri)



Public days: 3 days from 12
th
October (Fri) to 14
th
(Sun)



Note
ʣ
The 12
th
(Fri) is set as a trade/public day, and recruiting of
!

students is planned.

!


Chubu international airport (for public days)


Public days: 3 days from 12
th
October (Fri) to 14
th
(Sun)

˞
Organizer: The Society of Japanese Aerospace Companies (SJAC)

PR activities at the last
Farnborough Air Show 2010

The outline of JA2012 (International Aerospace Exhibition)

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Thank you for your attention