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Ogasawara Keiki Seisakusho

 
1886
Established Ogasawara Manufacturing Co., Ltd. in Shintomicho, Kyobashi-ku, Tokyo, to repair aircraft instruments and watches
1893
Started production of meteorological instruments, pressure gauges, and surveying instruments
1925
Changed company name to Ogasawara Keiki Seisakusho
1936
Meguro-ku Tangaga moved to 618 address (current location) and received designation as a munitions factory
1954
Changed company name to Ogasawara Keiki Seisakusho Co., Ltd.
 
1966
Delivered Wind Speed ​​and Direction meteorological observation equipment for Tokyo, Osaka and Amagasaki to the Ministry of Health and Welfare Pollution Division.
1968
Rainwater collector year that separates every 1ml against 100mm rainfall without power supply
Developed R-100 type, pioneering acid rain observation
1969
Developed a windmill-type fine Wind Speed ​​and Direction meter based on the windmill-type anemocinemo anemometer, and released a renewed product that simplified the interface with the telemeter
1970
Delivered Wind Speed ​​and Direction meteorological panel to Tokyo and Kanagawa Prefecture
1973
Development and delivery of automatic acid rain analyzer on consignment from the Tokyo Metropolitan Pollution Research Institute
1974
Developed temperature and temperature difference meter, contributed to observation of inversion layer, installed in TV tower and nuclear power plant
1988
Developed 2-line Wind Speed ​​and Direction meter (modem vane), contributing to wind observation using a personal computer
1990
Started sales of the WS-B16 series, which reduces the weight and size of the Wind Speed ​​and Direction meter.
1997
Standardized automatic acid rain collector for East Asia network, delivered to Asian countries as well as Japan
 
2000
Formed a capital and business alliance with Japan Electric Instrument Co., Ltd. (NEI)
2002
Developed YS-300 automatic rainwater fall dust collector and delivered it to 10 locations in Japan from the Environment Agency
NEI Representative Director Koji Nozawa assumed the position of President of Ogasawara Keiki Seisakusho Co., Ltd.
2003
Delivered 18 automatic acid rain analyzer to Taiwan Ministry of the Environment
2005
Commenced delivery of thermometer and rain gauge to Japan Meteorological Agency 04 Amedas
2006
New company building “NEI / OK Group Building” completed on the premises of the headquarters on the 120 anniversary
2007
Delivered rainwater collection systems to 32 locations throughout China to the Chinese National Environmental Protection Agency (for the purpose of acid rain observation)
2009
Delivered to the Cabinet Office a peripheral environment observation device for disposal of abandoned chemical weapons in China
2010
Delivered 7 digital MCA wireless water level telemeters to northern farming and green general offices in Osaka Prefecture. Delivered meteorological observation equipment (hygrometer 1900 units, rain gauge 1500 units) to NTT DOCOMO.
2011
Delivered 17 wind speed and direction meters according to altitude, temperature and humidity, rain sensitivity, solar radiation, etc. to Tokyo Sky Tree, meteorological observation equipment and real-time road information monitoring system delivered to Mt. Fuji Subaru Line
2012
Delivered PLS pressure-type water level gauge 36 units to the Environment, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Department of Osaka Prefecture, and meteorological observation equipment to the radiation monitoring system of each local government
2013
Delivered a meteorological observation system to the Hokuriku Shinkansen snow extinguishing / separate snow base, and delivered an information communication infrastructure and water level meter FOMA communication system 16 station to the Kyoto Sabo Division
2016
Delivered rainfall observation equipment to Saint Lucia (ODA project)
2017
Delivered an ultrasonic tide gauge to Timor-Leste (ODA project)
Developed digital Pt Asman and started delivery to Japan Meteorological Agency
2018
Delivered 3 automatic acid rain measuring device to the Ministry of the Environment of Korea
Delivered crisis management water level gauges nationwide
2019
Nippon Electric Instrument Co., Ltd. and Ogasawara Keiki Manufacturing Co., Ltd. merged to form ANEOS Corporation.

1886

1889
Constitution of the Imperial Japan Empire
1914
First world war
1923
Great Kanto Earthquake
1945
End of the Pacific War
1964
Tokyo Olympics held
 

1965

1969
Apollo 11 landed on human first moon
1989
Changed to Heisei
1991
Gulf War breaks out
1995
Hanshin-Awaji earthquake (M7.3) occurred
1998
Nagano Olympics held
 
 
 

2000

2001
American terrorist attacks
2004
Niigata Chuetsu Earthquake
2005
Aichi Expo held
2007
Niigata Chuetsu-oki Earthquake
2008
Lehman shock
2011
The Great East Japan Earthquake (M9.0) occurred
2012
Opening of Tokyo Sky Tree
2014
Consumption tax will be 8%
2015
Paris terrorist attacks
2016
Hokkaido Shinkansen opened
2019
Announced the new era "Roka"
 
 
 
 

Japan Electric Instrument

 
1965
Koji Nozawa founded Japan Electric Instrument Co., Ltd. in Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
1966
Developed and sold the first Wind Speed ​​and Direction meter for FRP molding in Japan
1968
Development and sales of 3 dimensional vector anemometer
1974
Completed and started production of the Yokohama Factory in Hirado, Totsuka-ku, Yokohama
1982
Opened Tokyo sales office in Maruyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
1986
Developed and sold the world's first Wind Speed ​​and Direction meter with 2 line connection
1987
Developed and sold “Shin” Wind Speed ​​and Direction meter for ships
1989
Fire-fighting meteorological observation device, subsidy certification of the Ministry of Home Affairs Fire Department
Started delivery to the Ministry of Defense
1990
Commenced delivery of wind observation system for aircraft of Japan Meteorological Agency
1993
Opened Osaka Sales Office
1995
Established NEI building in Uenomo, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo as a sales office
1997
Capital participation in switching power supply manufacturer Techno Electric Co., Ltd.
Started sales of ship wipers and swivel windows
1998
Development and sales of weather data logger for touch panel
1999
Information magazine "Wind Press" launched
 
2000
Acquired ISO9001 certification
Capital and business alliance with Ogasawara Keiki Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
2002
Representative Director Koji Nozawa assumed office as Representative Director of Ogasawara Keiki Seisakusho Co., Ltd.
2005
Acquired ISO14001 certification
Started delivery of Wind Speed ​​and Direction meter for Japan Meteorological Agency AMeDAS
2006
NEI / OK building completed in Chuo-cho, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, sales headquarters, and engineering headquarters opened.
2007
Delivered Wind Speed ​​and Direction meter, rain gauge and water level meter for the opening of Taiwan Shinkansen
2009
Installed a large wind tunnel at the Meguro Office
2013
Developed and sold the world's first self-generated wireless anemometer
2016
Started delivery of aerial meteorological observation system (AIMOS) to Japan Meteorological Agency
2017
Delivered a portable tsunami monitor to the Japan Meteorological Agency
2018
ANEOS head office building completed in Chuo-cho, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
Delivered aviation weather observation system to New Bohol Airport in the Philippines
2019
Nippon Electric Instrument Co., Ltd. and Ogasawara Keiki Manufacturing Co., Ltd. merged to form ANEOS Corporation.
 
 
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