Since its foundation in 1990, Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation (JAMSS) has been a focal point as a systems integrator of development, operations and utilization of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), which is called “Kibo”. Kibo is part of the International Space Station (ISS) that was built by 15 nations as a multi-national cooperative program. The corporate mission is to develop and establish manned space technologies in Japan. Toward this goal, JAMSS initially recruited the best talents from 60 leading companies of Japan.
In 2009, the first Japanese astronaut trained for the ISS started a long-term stay in the ISS. A new era is approaching for industry, academia, government and ordinary citizens to actively utilize space resources, especially through operations and utilization of the ISS. JAMSS always places the first priority on safety. In the coming era of full-blown human activities in space, JAMSS proudly offers its safety-embedded technologies and know-hows to all our customers in the world.
Toward the future, human beings will uncover the mechanisms of deep-space and find resources through planet exploitation. Space flight for the general public is no longer a dream. JAMSS is deeply committed to supporting not only government entities to achieve large-scale national projects safely and successfully, but industries and ordinary citizens to realize dreams for prosperous future.