Measurement and Control Show 2013 TOKYO
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Since our establishment in 1948, the Japan Electric Measuring Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JEMIMA) has supported the development of the industrial world through the fields of measurement and control equipment that are referred to as the“ mother tools of industry.”

As part of our activities we organize the Measurement and Control Show. This has gained a favorable reputation, not only from visitors, but also from all exhibiting companies, as a specialist exhibition that has been introducing the latest, cutting-edge measurement and control technologies since the first show was held in 1955.

We are arranging a great many events for the 35th Measurement and Control Show 2013 TOKYO which will inherit the theme of“ Measurement and Control, lead to the future earth.” These will include displays, conferences and seminars of the latest, cutting-edge technology with an eye to the near-future.

The industrial world has now entered an era in which major reforms are being demanded, including the stimulation of new industry caused by changes in the energy situation, a review of product differentiation strategies due to commoditization and the handing down of manufacturing expertise.

The role of the Measurement and Control Show has also changed from collecting the latest product information to needing an awareness of business. The Executive Committee are also promoting the development of applications and tools in line with this new role.

The Measurement and Control Show 2013 TOKYO will be held at the same time and in the same venue as the System Control Fair 2013. The unified concept of both these events is “bringing together cutting-edge automation and measurement technologies.” The simultaneous holding of these two events has allowed us to grow into an exhibition that can provide one-stop solutions to everyone in all industries involved in monozukuri (manufacturing). Events are also being planned that will be organized and managed by both exhibitions, such as the keynote speech, a roundtable discussion and conferences. We have expectations of great synergy for our visitors.

Moreover, in order that even more people will attend, we will be actively holding promotions to encourage visitors from both Japan and overseas.

We sincerely hope that companies with cutting-edge technology and solutions will participate and exhibit at the Measurement and Control Show to help in the expansion of their business.

Measurement and Control Show 2013 TOKYO
Executive Committee Hiroshi Takano (Mr.)
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Date November 6(Wed.) ‒ 8(Fri.), 2013 (3 days)
Venue Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo International Exhibition Center) West Hall 1, 2 & Atrium
Opening Hours 10:00 ‒ 17:00
Organized by Japan Electric Measuring Instruments Manufacturers’ Association
Supported by Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry
Ministry of the Environment
Japan External Trade Organization
In cooperation with National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
National Institute of Technology and Evaluation
Japan Electric Meters Inspection Corporation
Japan Quality Assurance Organization
The Society of Instrument and Control Engineers
The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
The Japan Measuring Instruments Federation
The Japan Electrical Manufacturers’ Association
Nippon Electric Control Equipment Industries Association
Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association
Admission ¥1,000 / Student ‒ free of charge
 *Free entrance with online pre-registration, or invitation ticket
Visitors include Engineer, Owner/Executive, Manager of Sales/Promotional Section, Procurement, R&D, General User, Student and Educational Institution, Government Agency, Media, Others