Open Innovation Hub for Expanding Humanosphere and the Domain of Human Activity through Solar System Frontier Development
October 14, 2016
JAXA has selected 9 projects for TansaX's second Request for Proposal
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), together with outside experts and technical specialists, has selected 9 projects for it's second Request for Proposal.
The total number of proposals received was 26.
Each project will start as soon as the contract between JAXA and the proponents is concluded.
Solution Creating Research
1. System study of lightweight construction machine
2. Development of highly sensitive and accurate gas sensor
Development of compact and robust analyzer for trace moisture in gas samplesShinichi Honda (SHINYEI Technology Co., LTD.) with project members from National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Osaka University, Ibaraki University and Kagoshima University
3. Development of energy-efficient water extraction technology
Microwave freeze drying processYasunori Tsukahara (Microwave Chemical Co., Ltd.) with project members from Tokyo Institute of Technology
4. Development of highly sensitive range image sensor
Development of multipoint high sensitive photon sensor for simultaneous rangingShigeyuki Nakamura (Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.)
Ideas Incubating Research
5. Study on Basic Performance of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
A study on a compact multi-rotor mechanism with high efficiencyHisashi Sugiura (Yanmar Co., Ltd.) with project members from Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka University and Nagoya University
6. Unmanned construction techniques of lunar habitable structure
Preliminary system design for teleoperated building constructionShigeru Aoki (SHIMIZU CORPORATION)
7. Research on the in-situ resource utilization processes
8. Dust mitigation technology
9. Development of Lightweight Shock-Absorption Structures against Versatile Impacts
Investigation of designable shock absorption metals with multiscale structureTakuya Ide (Institute for Lotus Materials Research Co., Ltd.)
Development of ultra-light shock-absorbing material by designing cell morphology of porous aluminumMakoto Kobashi (Nagoya University)
10. R&D on Vacuum Multi-layer Thermal Insulation for Long-term Storage of Cryogenic Liquefied Gases
Development of Lightweight Thermal Insulation Materials using Carbon Nanotube/ Porous Silica Composite MaterialsTomonaga Ueno (Nagoya University) with project members from LIXIL Corporation and MEIJO NANO CARBON Co., Ltd.
Development of high performance and lightweight vacuum thermal insulation for cryogenic regionKoji Yamaguchi (ORBITAL Engineering Inc.)
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