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1 1 Current Status of Japanese Manufacturing Industry Reinosuke Hara

2 2 GDP Growth BrazilChinaIndia Japa n USA German y France , ,56112,4342,7962, ,870 11,71 6 2,9704,97818,2693,2392, ,979 38,01 0 9,4076,10537,7484,4744, White Paper Science and Technology ($billion)

3 3 GDP Growth $ trillion 2008 White Paper Science and Technology China USA India Japan

4 4 Ranking in Competitive Strength International Institute for Management Development 199 3 2007 Jap an No. 1 No.2 4 USANo. 1 Chi na No. 27 No. 18

5 5 Global Share EU 33% 23% USA 27% 28% Japan 22% 17% China 3% 15%

6 6 Global Share of Manufacturing Industry EU Japan China USA 2008 White Paper Science and Technology

7 7 Share of Exports EU 22% 13% USA 13% 10% Japan 12% 8% China 5% 13 %

8 8 Share of Export - Manufacturing Industry EU Japan China USA 2008 White Paper Science and Technology

9 9 R&D Expense USA \42.8 EU(27) \31.0 Japan \18.5 China \17.9 Germany \8.3 France \6.3 Korea \4.6 UK \4.5 Russia \2.3 India \1.9 Japan 1USA 2.3Germany 0.45 France 0.3EU 1.6UK ( ¥ trillion) 2008 White Paper Science and Technology

10 10 R&D Expenses USA EU-27 EU-15 Japan China Germany France Korea UK Russia India ¥ trillion 2008 White Paper Science and Technology

11 11 R&D Expense vs GDP No.1Japa n 3.6 1% No.2Kore a 3.2 3% No.3USA2.6 2% No.4Germ any 2.3 0% No.5Fran ce 2.0 0% No.6EU(1 5) 1.9 1% No.7Chin a 1.4 3% 2008 White Paper Science and Technology

12 12 R&D Expense VS GDP Japan Korea EU-15 EU-27 UK China Russia India USA Germany France 2008 White Paper Science and Technology

13 13 R&D Expense – Government Subsidies Japa n ¥ 3.518.5% USA¥17.142.8% EU(2 7) ¥12.131.0% Chin a ¥10.117.9% ( ¥ trillion) 2008 White Paper Science and Technology

14 14 Government Subsidies ¥ trillion USA EU-27 China EU-15 France Japan Germany UK Korea Russia India 2008 White Paper Science and Technology

15 15 Number of Researchers Unit 10,000 USA EU-27 China EU-15 Japan Germany France Korea UK 2008 White Paper Science and Technology

16 16 Number of Students from China Unit 10,000 Number of Students from China 2008 White Paper Science and Technology

17 17 Strategy 1. Promotion of Basic Sciences 2. Promotion of Specific Projects 2-1 Life Sciences 2-2 Information/telecommunication Electronic tag 2-3 Environment Filters Biomass 2-4 Nano-technology Nanomaterials 2-5 Energies Breeder reactor Alternative energy sources - solar energy, fuel cell 2-6 Production technology 2-7 Social infrastructure Safety 2-8 Frontier field Space development

18 18 Creation of Innovative Researchers Cooperative research Projects among universities, government research institutions and industry Technology Licensing Organization (TLO) 46 TLOs High-tech clusters

19 19 Features 1. Wide coverage From materials industry to assembling industry 2. Close cooperation Supplier/customer tie-up 3. High-level ability Ability for problem solving 4. Multiple skill Skill to cover R&D, design and production 5. Royalty Strong royalty feeling to organization

20 20 Sectors in Manufacturing Industry Recycling Finished products (Assembling) Parts/Components Materials Basic Sciences Machine tool/Production equipment Environment/energy saving Software/IT

21 21 Pharmaceuticals ¥ billion 1,600 1,400 1,200 1, ExportImport 2008 White Paper Science and Technology

22 22 Software ¥ billion Export Import 2008 White Paper Science and Technology

23 23 Comparison USA EU Japan Systemic technology Aircraft industry Systematic technology KAIZEN (Step-by-step improvement) Automobile industry

24 24 Japanese Products in Global Market Materials/Components Carbon fiber Toray Mitsubishi Rayon Super-conductiving cable Sumitomo Electric Carbon nano-tube?

25 25 Machine Tools/Production Equipment Solar energy Semiconductor Instant noodle Thin film ULVAC Ion beam SII NanoTech Automation Fuji Mfg

26 26 Smallest Wine Glass Diameter: 2.75  m, Height: 12  m

27 27 Smallest Wine Glass 赤血球 Φ8.5μ m Φ2.75μ m 世界最小ワイングラス Red blood cell

28 28 Customer/Manufacturers Cooperation Damaged automobile main shaft Manufacturer of shaft Steel manufacturer X-ray analysis – broken shaft SII NanoTechnology

29 29 Fluorescence X-ray X-ray Fluorescence X-ray Element A&B

30 30 Cadmium Cd-K  Cd-K 

31 31 Instrument

32 32 Fabrication Process Hot press Impurities not distribute evenly Condensation of impurities In-line analysis of impurities

33 33 In-line inspection of steel SFT200 Measurement of Cobalt and Manganese in steel

34 34 Trumpet Vienna Philharmonic Mild/soft sound Brass-Copper/Zinc alloy Iron, manganese, etc

35 35 Trumpet Brass-Copper/Zinc alloy High purity brass – Copper/zinc ratio Sharp/clear sound Copper 70% Zinc 30%

36 36 Verdi Aida Karajan – Vienna Philharmonic R. Tebaldi 1959 Traditional trumpet M. Freni 1979 High-purity brass Yamaha trumpet

37 37 Art Products Paintings Antique Chemical composition of pigment Element analysis Age determination

38 38 Summary Research and development ← Enough funding Commercialization ← Lack of financing New business Valley of death


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