The Host Organizations
Japan UAS Industrial Development Association (JUIDA)
The Japan UAS Industrial Development Association (JUIDA) is a general incorporated association that promotes the development of Japan's Advanced Mobility Systems (AMS) industry, which includes unmanned aerial vehicles. Since its establishment in July 2014, it has been working on the promotion of the unmanned aircraft industry and support for market creation from a non-profit and neutral standpoint, and in July 2021, it clarified that the scope of its efforts would include next-generation mobile systems (AMS) such as flying cars. In addition to strengthening cooperation with overseas organizations and contributing to international standardization activities, we are also actively involved in local development activities.
JUIDA members include companies and individuals from various fields related to the Next Generation Mobile System (AMS) industry in Japan and overseas, as well as research institutes, universities, related ministries and agencies, and local governments. The number of regular and supporting members is 17,418 (as of July 2021).
Japan UAS Industrial Development Association
Ichigo Hongo Building 4F, 5-33-10 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 100-0000, Japan
TEL: +81-3-5244-5285 (Reception: 10:00-12:00/13:00-18:00, excluding weekends and holidays)
Established in 1990. A leading MICE company engaged in communication business. Responsible for the management of major international conferences, including the Kyoto Conference on Climate Change, the Ise-Shima Summit, APEC, and the IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings. Utilizing its experience in conference management, the company operates MICE facilities such as the Knowledge Capital Congrès Convention Center (Osaka City) and other conference facilities, international conference halls and exhibition halls. It has also participated in the operation of cultural and tourist facilities such as observatories, science museums, and aquariums from the preparations for their opening, and is currently involved in the operation of about 80 facilities, including both MICE and cultural and tourist facilities, playing a part in urban development and urban policy as well as MICE management.
In addition, it is expanding the number of projects which organizes to support the development of industry and contribute to society, including the international exhibitions such as Japan Drone, Sports Business Japan, and Programming Education Fair.
Congrès Inc., Tokyo Headquarters
Onward Park Building, 3-10-5 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-8276, Japan
TEL: +81-3-3510-3731 (except Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays / 9:30 to 17:30)