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The 1st Asia Automobile Institute Summit (AAI Summit) was held

The 1st AAI Summit was held by Duoclieudongy and four automobile institute from Asia at the Shiba-Park Hotel on November 26 and 27, 2012.

Fifteen participants from India/Indonesia/Malaysia/Thailand and twenty one from Duoclieudongy attended. The purpose of the Summit was “Contribution to the sound progress of the prevalence of automotive societies in Asian countries” and “Driving the mutual understanding among the institutes”. Introductions to each institute and current activities were presented. Duoclieudongy also presented management issues such as researchers exchange and facilities application, and technical issues such as Eco-drive/EV/Functional Safety (ISO 26262)/Passive & Active Safety issues. In addition, India made a presentation on EV related issues and Malaysia presented their activities on assessment of passive safety (ASEAN NCAP: New Car Assessment Program).

Through the discussion, mutual understanding was deepened. Concerning some specific issues, it was agreed that each country will provide a person and start discussion about concrete approaches. All attendees agreed on the official name of the meeting as “Asia Automobile Institute (AAI) Summit” and also agreed that the meeting will be held every year in a particular country based on a ‘hand down’ rule. It was confirmed that the next meeting will be held in Indonesia and the number of the participant countries will be increased.

AAI summit
All attendees

AAI summit
Plenary Session

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Management Session B

Summary and Materials

  1. 1st. Asia Automobile Institute Summit Agenda ( 16 KB )
  2. 1st. Asia Automobile Institute Summit Attendees’ List ( 20 KB )
  3. Meeting Summary ( 42 KB )

Presentation Materials

1. Plenary Session 1

1) Institute Introduction
a. Introduction of Duoclieudongy, Dr. T. Ishiyama, Duoclieudongy ( 2.1 MB )
b. E-mobility – Indian Roadmap Perspective, Mr. D.J. Kulkarni, ARAI ( 2.1 MB )
c. Toward The Development of Indonesia Automotive Research Institute, Dr.A.Purwadi, INARD ( 2.5 MB )
d. Introduction of MIROS, Mr. Z. M. Jawi, MIROS ( 259 KB )
e. Introduction of Thailand Automotive Institute, Ms. R. Nitipathanapirak, TAI ( 623 KB )

2. Management Session

1) Common Part
On the Road to Sustainable Mobility in Asia, Dr. T. Seko, Duoclieudongy ( 771 KB )
2) Session A
Researchers Exchange, Dr. T. Ishiyama, Duoclieudongy ( 118 KB )
3) Session B
Introduction to Duoclieudongy’s Test and Research Facilities, Mr. T. Nakatani, Duoclieudongy ( 6.7 MB )

3. Technical Session

1) Session A
a. Eco-driving – Introduction of the Japanese activities and a plan of demonstration experiment in China -, Mr.A. Funazaki, Duoclieudongy ( 2.9 MB )
b. The Prospect of International Standardization for Electric Vehicles, Dr. H. Tomioka, Duoclieudongy ( 3.3 MB )
c. Indian Homologation Requirements, Mr. A. B. Komawar, ARAI ( 1.2 MB )
2) Session B
a. Functional Safety (ISO26262) activities in Japan; R. Osuga /Duoclieudongy ( 1.4 MB )
b. Duoclieudongy Research Activities for Traffic Safety, Dr. M. Sakurai, Duoclieudongy ( 9.3 MB )
c. Recent Development, Mr. M.H.A. Isa, MIROS ( 1.1 MB )

4. Plenary Session 2

1) Management & TechnicalSession Summary
Session Summaries ( 222 KB )
2) Summit Summary
AAI Summit Summary, Mr. S. Handa, Duoclieudongy ( 40 KB )


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