History

1948 JEMIMA established.
Office set up at Ginza, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
Kansai Branch established.
Office set up at Shimadzu Corporation at Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto Prefecture.
1950 Head office relocated to the present location at 1-9-10,
Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo.
1951 Measurement Law enacted.
1955 Kansai Branch office relocated to 2-1-39, Dojima, Kita-ku, Osaka-city, Osaka Prefecture. First Measurement Industry Exhibition held (today's Measurement and Control Show Tokyo) in Tokyo.
1956 Basis survey on automation conducted.
1958 Product catalog published in English.
Investigation into export of electric measuring instruments started.
1959 JEMIMA standards (JEMIS) established.
JEMIMA starts to gather statistical data (for indicating meters).
Measurement Industry Exhibition held in Yawata, Kyushu.
1960 Plenary session to establish the JEMIMA as a legal corporate person held.
JEMIMA give status as a public-service corporation.
1961 Product List of JEMIMA Members created.
Investigation into electric measuring instrument markets made.
1962 Measurement Hall completed.
1963 First issue of the Bulletin published.
1964 Recent Measuring and Control Equipment Handbook (currently Industrial Measuring Instrument Guidebook) published.
1965 Investigation into basic situation of the electric measuring instrument industry made.
1967 First electric instrument and measuring instrument exhibition (currently JEMIMA T & M) held in Nagoya.
1968 Electric instrument and measuring instrument exhibition held in Tokyo.
1974 First issue of the Outlook on the Electric Measuring Instrument Industry (currently Mid-term Forecast of Electric Measuring Instruments) published.
1977 JEMIMA Newsletter issued.
1978 30th anniversary commemorated. (Booklet entitled "Thirty Years of the Industry of Electric Measuring Instruments" issued.)
1979 First issue of the Environmental Measuring Instrument Guidebook published.
First electric measuring instrument and new technology presentation / exhibition held in Sapporo.
1981 Measurement Industry Exhibition renamed as the International Measurement Industry Exhibition.
Seminars on electronic measuring instruments held in the United States.
1983 Participated as a group at the 1983 Shen Yang Japan Exhibition for Automation Industrial Technology.
1984 Dispatched a mission to China for technical exchange regarding environmental contamination measuring instruments.
1985 Project for promoting maintenance and management of monitoring and measuring instruments started. Law related to basic technology development enacted.
Summary report of the Electric Measuring Instrument Industry published.
1987 Basic policy for observing export laws related developed.
1988 Japan Electronics Measurement Exhibition internationalized.
40th anniversary commemorated.
1989 French delegation received.
Issuance of JEMIMA Exhibition Update launched.
1990 First JEMIMA Kansai Measuring Plaza held.
1991 Kansai Branch office relocated to the Denshi Kaikan, 6-8-7, Nishi Tenma, Kita-ku, Osaka-city, Osaka Prefecture.
1993 JEMIMA authorized to issue certifications related to the taxation system for high levels of energy savings.
1996 Seminar on measuring held at the Hanoi Institute of Technology.
1997 International Measurement Industry Exhibition renamed as INTERMAC
Held at the Tokyo International Exhibition Hall (Tokyo Big Sight).
Meeting for international exchange with the Korea measuring instrument research consortium held in Seoul.
Internet website disclosed.
1998 50th anniversary commemorated in May.
1999 Y2K problem committee established.
Research commissioned: Standardizing the standard interface protocols for electric measuring instruments
2000 Internet Measurement Exhibition e-EXPO held.
Research commissioned: Standardizing methods of electronics transactions with continuous systems from design to manufacturing
2003 Opened the MandC (Measurement and Control) portal site.
INTERMAC renamed as the Measurement and Control Show. The Measurement and Control Show 2003 Tokyo held at Tokyo Big Sight.
2004 Measurement and Control Show 2004 Osaka held at the Osaka International Convention Center (Grand Cube Osaka).
2005 The international standard proposal ISO 13584-501 (standard for the procedure for registering a PLIB dictionary for measuring equipment) approved as an international standard.
2006 First JEMIMA Committee Activities Report Meeting held.
Measurement and Control Show 2006 Osaka held at the Osaka International Convention Center (Grand Cube Osaka).
2007 JEMIMA head office relocated from Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo to Shibadaimon, Minato-ku, Tokyo.
Second JEMIMA Committee Activities Report Meeting held.
Measurement and Control Show 2007 Tokyo held at Tokyo Big Sight.
2008 .JEMIMA head office relocated to Nihonbashi-Kaigaracho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.
JEMIMA symbol and logo renewed. JEMIMA website renewed.
60th anniversary commemorated. JEMIMA mid-term forecast published.
IEC/TC65 plenary meeting held in Tokyo meeting.
Measurement and Control Show 2008 Osaka held at the Osaka International Convention Center (Grand Cube Osaka).
2009 2009 IEC/TC45 (Nuclear measurement) plenary meeting held in Yokohama.
Measurement and Control Show 2009 Tokyo held at Tokyo Big Sight.
2010 JEMIMA session was held at SICE Annual Conference Taipei Workshop.
Measurement and Control Show OSAKA held at the Osaka International Convention Center (Grand Cube Osaka).
2011 Measurement and Control Show 2011 TOKYO held at Tokyo Big Sight.
2012 Became "General incorporated association".
2013 Exchanged MOU with GAMBICA Association Limited.
Measurement and Control Show 2013 TOKYO and SCF 2013 (System Control Fair) held on same date at Tokyo Big Sight concurrently.
2014 Promoted internationalization by inviting members of Thailand Committee and IEC/TC65 adviser group to Measurement and Control Show 2014 OSAKA.