Technical Visits

Date: September 26,2013 (Thurs.)
Fare: JPY 2,000 per person

Meals: lunch included
Transportation: Bus
Deadline for Application: August 23, 2013

Technical Visit A: Corporate Visits

Time (Tentative) :
9:00-17:00
Departure place (Tentative) :
Nagoya Station
Minimum number of participants necessary for the tour :
10 persons(Maximum 20 persons) *Tentative

Technical Visit A will be supported by AISIN SEIKI CO., LTD. DENSO Corporation and MITSUBISHI MOTORS Corporation.

AISIN com-center In the AISIN com-center, various automotive components and systems manufactured by AISIN Group companies are exhibited. You can see some vehicle motion control systems such as 4WS, active stabilizer and brake control systems.


Rear steering and suspension systems.(AISIN com-center)
DENSO Gallery In the gallery, visitors can know all of DENSO. Not only their products and technologies for automobiles but their history are presented in an easy to understand method.
In DENSO Theater, dynamic images shown on seven large 103-inch movable monitors present their vision of a future automotive society.


DENSO Theater and product displays.(DENSO Gallery)
MITSUBISHI MOTORS Technical CenterMitsubishi Motors Car Research and Development Center & OKAZAKI Plant

Outlander PHEV “e-assist”package includes: Adaptive Cruise Control System(ACCS), Forward Collision
Mitigation system(FCM), Lane Departure Warning system(LDW).
During the Technical Visit we will introduce “e-assist”package and “PHEV system”(via technical slide presentation) .
Also our visitors are invited to tour Outlander PHEV production line at OKAZAKI Plant.


Technical Visit B: Museum Visits

Time (Tentative) :
9:00-17:00
Departure place (Tentative) :
Nagoya Station
Minimum number of participants necessary for the tour :
10 persons(Maximum 20 persons) *Tentative

TV-B participants will visit SCMAGLEV and Railway Park in the morning and TOYOTA Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology in the afternoon.

TOYOTA Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology As many as 4000 exhibition pieces - dynamic displays of original equipment, actual demonstrations by operators, instructive videos, and more. Our exhibitions provide an easy-to-understand introduction to the concept of “making things.” Experience “making things” first hand and discover the wonders of “spirit of being studious and creative.”

URL: http://www.tcmit.org/english/index.html

Museum Buildings Automobile Pavilion ( Model AA passenger car)

Museum Floor Map
SCMAGLEV (Superconducting Magnetically Levitated Vehicle) and Railway Park SCMAGLEV (Superconducting Magnetically Levitated Vehicle) and Railway Park is one of the biggest railway museums featuring the latest version of Japan Railway's high speed train and historical trains of various periods. The museum has 39 exhibits of different rolling stock including steam locomotives, diesel and electric railcars, Shinkansen trains (“Bullet Trains”), and the Superconducting Maglev, as well as the largest-scale railway diorama and several types of train simulators, etc. SCMAGLEV is the superconducting magnetically levitated vehicle which achieved the world railroad speed record of 361 mph (581 km/h) in 2003. JR Central is planning to open a commercial SCMAGLEV line between Tokyo and Nagoya by 2027.

URL: http://museum.jr-central.co.jp/en/

SCMAGLEV and Railway ParkĀ  SCMAGLEV (MLX01-01)

Rolling Stock Hall

Technical Visit C: Suzuka Circuit Traffic Education Center

Time (Tentative) :
9:00-17:00
Departure place (Tentative) :
Nagoya Station
Minimum number of participants necessary for the tour :
10 persons(Maximum 20 persons) *Tentative

Technical Visit C will be supported by Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

Suzuka Circuit Traffic Education Center TV-C will be supported by Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

The Suzuka Circuit Traffic Education Center was established in 1964, two years after the Suzuka Circuit was opened. The Traffic Education Center provides the latest driving safety curriculum, matching the fast-changing motoring environment in order to support traffic safety education.

Suzuka Circuit: http://www.mobilityland.co.jp/english/suzuka/ (English)
Traffic Education Center: http://www.suzukacircuit.jp/stec/concept/ (Japanese)

Participants in TV-C will experience the effect of using an Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) on a slippery road. Participants with a driver's license from any country are allowed to drive on the training track. They will drive under slippery road conditions, simulating wet and snowy roads, where the ABS will be activated.
You can also experience the latest safety technology of New Accord Hybrid.

http://world.honda.com/news/2013/4130620Accord-Hybrid-Accord-Plug-in-Hybrid/index.html


Track map of Suzuka Circuit Traffic Education Center

Braking on slippery road Test car New Accord Hybrid for experience
safety equipments, the latest safety technology