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Success Story: Think Silicon S.A. / SME

Think Silicon S.A. – from Greece

21-02-17 | 10:30 h - 11:30 h

Webinar 88: EU-Japan Sunjet Project - Aeronautics

How can European and Japanese organisations cooperate in aviation research?

31-01-17 | 10:00 h - 11:00 h

Webinar 86: EU-Japan collaborative projects on Internet of Things and smart cities: ClouT, FESTIVAL and BigClouT

How to benefit from EU-Japan joint cooperation programmes in the ICT sector?

Report: Smart Cities in Japan

About the Report 

This report assesses the potential for EU-Japan cooperation and business development within the smart cities sector and investigates the Japanese Smart City policy, from the context in which it is embedded to the different types of projects that have been initiated. This report also analyses the sectors in which European companies could contribute to incremental improvement in energy efficiency technology and services at the scale of communities.

Report: Cluster Mapping in Japan 2016

About the Report

Following a first mapping attempt in 2013, the EU-Japan Centre proceeded, in 2016, with a new screening online in order to identify new clusters and better assess already existing ones identified in 2013. 
Hence, this report suggests that Japan benefits from an important cluster community (at least 52 cluster organisations in 2016), mostly operating in Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Healthcare, Medical and Welfare sectors (28/52), and in other sectors, such as Electronics, Environment, ICT, Automotive and Aerospace.

20-10-15 to 20-10-15 | 09:30 h - 11:00h

ICT mission to Japan pre-departure briefing

N.B. This webinar is only open to participants in our October 2015 "ICT Cluster Mission to Japan"

26 - 30 October EU-level ICT mission to Japan

About the mission

29-09-15 to 29-09-15 | 09:30 h - 11:00h

Biotech mission to Japan pre-departure briefing

N.B. This webinar is only open to participants in our October 2015 "Biotech Cluster and SME Mission to Japan"

12 - 16 October EU-level biotech mission to Japan

About the mission

Public offer to empirically test robotics technologies in ‘Fukushima Hamadori Robotics Demonstrative area’

On April 1st, METI has announced a public offer inviting companies, universities and research institutes to take part in a demonstrative field project concerning robot-technologies to deal with disasters. For this purpose it has set up the so-called ‘Fukushima Hamadori Robotics Demonstrative Area’ in disaster stricken Fukushima Prefecture.

Foreign companies and institutions with advanced technologies are also invited to tender for his project and test their technologies through demonstrative experiments. 

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