TOKYO AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENT CO.,LTD.
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2017 Established TKK Works Co., Ltd., a group company.
2014 Enter under the umbrella of TKK Holdings Co., Ltd.
Started manufacturing a vehicle speed enforcement device (in-vehicle, portable).
Received 笛apan Aeronautical Engineers Association Encouragement Award for productivity improvement by acquiring automatic simultaneous multiple correction data of acceleration and rate of turn for motion sensor equipment.
2013 Started manufacturing a motion sensor equipment(This inertial navigation system is a palm-sized GNSS aided INS using the latest MEMS technologies).
2011 Received "Defense Structure Improvement Foundation Prize" for development of Electronic Display System for the T-5 Intermediate Jet Trainer.
Started development of equipment for the JASDF's UH-60 (Modernization) program.
It merges Toko Engineering which is a group company Co., Ltd.
2010 Relocated its head office and plant to Machida-shi, Tokyo.
Started manufacturing equipment for 10-shiki Tank.
Started manufacturing DG-950N digital manometer.
Started manufacturing a new electronic imaging-type speed enforcement cameras.
2009 Started manufacturing DG-980 digital manometer.
2008 Started manufacturing equipment for P-1 Patrol Plane.
2007 Development of an Inertial Sensor for the new medium-range multi-purpose guided Missile Started.
Sales beginning of Semiconductor Wafer Inspection Machine, Model 6313.
It merges Ueda Toko which is a group company Co., Ltd.
2006 Production of Inertial sensor, e.g. Fiber Optic Gyro started.
2005 Acquired authorization (ISO 17025) of the calibration business based on the measurement standard supply system of regulations of measurement.
Development of Equipments for C-1/P-3C successor started.
2004 Development of Display Mounted Control Wheel for Ground Vehicles started.
Aerospace Group acquired JISQ9100 Certification.
2003 Development of CVFDRs for C-130H Started. Container for large size precision optical lenses is now on sale.
Development of Cockpit Voice Recorder(CVR) for F-4 started.
2001 Development of CVRs for UH-1J/OH-6 and C-1 Started.
2000 Aerospace Group acquired lSO9001 Certification. Started manufacturing the autopilot systems and other equipment for SH-60J Modified and US-1A Modified. Started manufacturing Automatic Speeding Vehicle Detectors capable of distinguishing different models.
1999 Started manufacturing the Semiconductor Wafer Overlay Metrology Systems, MAC-110 and 120.
1996 Started manufacturing equipment for F-2 Fighter. Started manufacturing FLCC, ADC and other equipment for OH-1 Observation Helicopter along with Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) for UH-60JA.
1994 Started manufacturing a Speeding Vehicle Detector with Electronic Cameras.
1987 Developed Digital Flight Control System (DFCS) for P-3C Patrol Plane. Started manufacturing the Electronic Horizontal Situation Indicator and other equipment for SH-60J ASW Helicopter.
1986 Started manufacturing On-Board Oxygen Generating System(OBOGS)and other equipment for T-4 Intermediate Trainer, as well equipment for CH-47J Transport Helicopter.
1983 Completion of the construction of the Komae Headquarters buildings. Started manufacturing equipment for AH-1S Antitank Helicopter.
1982 Started manufacturing Semiconductor Manufacturing and Inspection Systems, along with Image Processing Systems.
1980 Completion of the construction of the Haneda Maintenance Center buildings. Started manufacturing Altimeter for Boeing 757.
1978 Started manufacturing equipment for F-15J Fighter Plane and P-3C Patrol Plane.
1957 Started manufacturing instruments including a variety of pressure gages.
1952 Following the lifting of a ban on manufacturing of aviation related products by the 0ccupation Army, TKK resumed the manufacture of equipment and provided repair services. Also started manufacturing Facsimile systems as developing T0SHA-FAX,a machine to make up stencils for mimeographs.
1945 The plant at the headquarters in Kawasaki was requisitioned by the Occupation Army, which forced TKK to stop manufacturing aviation equipment of any sort. Started manufacturing various items for civil use.
1941 The Komae Plant was appointed a military facility to be managed jointly by the Imperial Army and Navy of Japan. With 16,000 employees working, the facility became Japan's largest manufacturer of aeronautical instruments.
1937 TKK was establish in Kiduki, Kawasaki, with a capital of 3 million yen, after the division of aeronautical instruments was separated from Tokyo Keiki Works. With a workforce of 400 employees, TKK started manufacturing Directional Gyro, Gyroscopic Horizon, Turn Coordinator, Vertical Speed Indicator, Magnetic Compass, Auto Pilot System, etc.

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