6 results

  • East Japan Railway Company

    Exhibitor
    Japan
    • InnoTrans 2018
    • Hall A, CityCube 307
    • Public Transport Public Transport
    East Japan Railway Company (JR East) is one of the largest passenger railway companies in the world, serving about 17 million passengers daily. We operates conventional lines and high speed rail (shinkansen) covering the east half of mainland Japan, including Tokyo metropolitan area. JR East owns all railway infrastructure and operate and maintain it, as a fully integrated railway company. JR East leverages passenger traffic and railway assets to develop non-transportation businesses. JR East r…
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  • Japan Overseas Railway System Association (JORSA)

    Exhibitor
    Japan
    • InnoTrans 2018
    • Hall 7.2a 100
    • Railway Technology Railway Technology
    Japan Overseas Railway System Association(JORSA) is an association to promote trade business of railway rolling stock and related products. It is composed of the following 36 leading Japanese rolling stock and component manufacturers, and trading firms. Japanese railway systems have been design-built and operated to a superior level of quality. The systems excel in safety, comfort, convenience, mass transportation, accuracy and high speed. JORSA gladly assists in providing the state-of-the-art…
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  • JORSA

    • InnoTrans 2018
    • Hall 7.2a 100
    Japan Overseas Railway System Association (JORSA) 1. Establishment and Objectives The Japan Overseas Railway System Association (JORSA) was established in 1953 as a special authorized corporation under the Export and Import Transaction Law of Japan and with the approval of Japan Minister of International Trade and Industry. JORSA is an umbrella organization of 36 Japanese leading trading companies and manufacturers of rolling stock and parts. JORSA shall carry out its business to come tog…
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  • Ongakukan Co., Ltd.

    Exhibitor
    Japan
    • InnoTrans 2018
    • Hall A, CityCube 307
    ONGAKUKAN Co., Ltd. is engaged in business that supports safety and comfort in the railway industry through production of train simulators for business, exhibition, and training purposes as well as the development of low-cost automated platform doors. We produced our first “Train Simulator” which uses live video footage of a train in operation in 1995. Since then our professional-grade simulators have been being used by railway companies as a training simulator for their drivers. Our most impres…
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  • Railway Technical Research Institute

    Exhibitor
    Japan
    • InnoTrans 2018
    • Hall 7.2a 100
    • Railway Technology Railway Technology
    The Railway Technical Research Institute (RTRI) was incorporated on December 10, 1986, just before the privatization and division of Japanese National Railways (JNR) and started operation to take over the research and development activities of JNR when Japan Railway (JR) Companies were established on April 1, 1987. In the scheme to reform the public interest corporation system, RTRI was accredited by the Prime Minister to reorganize itself as a public interest corpration on April 1, 2011. RTRI…
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  • Tokyo Metro Co., Ltd.

    Exhibitor
    Japan
    • InnoTrans 2018
    • Hall 7.2a 100
    • Railway Technology Railway Technology
    Tokyo Metro operates a network of nine subway lines in the heart of Tokyo. Our network forms a tight mesh throughout the three central wards (Chiyoda, Chuo and Minato) and the surrounding Shinjuku, Shibuya, Ikebukuro and Ueno areas. Our role is to provide transportation infrastructure indispensable for the economic and social life of Tokyo. We provide easy access from Tokyo's suburbs to the city center through seamless reciprocal through-services with lines operated by other railway companies. W…
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