MORABU is engaged in the development of systems that ensure a stable supply of electricity, which forms the core of our social infrastructure.
After the Great East Japan Earthquake in March 2011, a trend toward electricity deregulation began, and the existing system of electric utility business was largely reconsidered.
Since April 2016, the electric utility business has been divided into three segments: power generation business, power distribution business, and electric retail business. We are involved in the development of screen display systems for electric power companies, electric switch control software for unmanned substations, and smart meter systems, encompassing technologies across these three businesses.
Japan's energy self-sufficiency rate is only a few percent, and much of its electrical energy has been produced with fossil fuels imported from overseas. Therefore, in order to provide a stable and economical supply of electric energy, Japan has made various technological innovations.
We are involved in the development of systems for the stable supply of electricity, such as water level control systems for hydroelectric power plants and rainfall monitoring screens, which form the core of this social infrastructure.
In addition, we are constantly striving to improve our technological level in order to produce solar energy and new energy sources to replace depleting fossil fuels and to play a role in social infrastructure in the future.
By supporting the development of various industrial robots, MORABU is contributing to the development of industry.
According to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), an industrial robot is defined as an “automatically controlled, reprogrammable, multipurpose manipulator, programmable in three or more axes, which can be either fixed in place or mobile for use in industrial automation applications.” These robots are used at factories that manufacture products you come into contact with, such as automobiles and PCs (electronic components), and are incorporated with functions such as welding, assembly, transportation, painting, inspection, polishing, and cleaning to increase productivity in the factories.
According to the market forecast for the robotics industry, it is estimated to reach 2.7 trillion yen by 2035 for the manufacturing of industrial robots alone, and if the service sector, agriculture, forestry and fisheries sector, and robot-technology products sector are included, the market size is estimated to reach 9.7 trillion yen by 2035. (According to a survey by the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO))
Under these circumstances, Japan is known as a "robot powerhouse" and has maintained world-class technological capabilities to manufacture industrial robots and support product development in Japan and around the world.
We are contributing to the growth of industries by supporting the development of various industrial robots.
Why don't you join us in the world of industrial robots, where the market will expand more and more in the future, and challenge yourself to work on many projects?
MORABU is engaged in the development of automotive equipment products that bring together the most advanced technologies.
We all use automobiles in our daily lives.
They are equipped with cutting-edge technologies. For example, car navigation systems. The development of car navigation systems that incorporate state-of-the-art devices such as GPS, cameras, and various sensors, seamlessly integrating network and AI technologies to interface with the hardware, represents one of the technologies that will create the future, spanning the fields of information processing, mechanics, and electrics.
Many other technologies have been created through the development of automotive equipment, including airbags, corner sensors, back monitors, and safety devices.
We are involved in the development and testing of both domestic and overseas products, and introduce engineers for embedded software development and hardware (chassis and circuit board) design for automotive equipment products (car navigation systems, car audio systems, airbag inflators, corner sensors, back monitors, safety devices, etc.).
We mainly engage in design and development work on control systems, and in open systems development, we are proposing and developing software that meets users' needs.
We are engaged in the development and design of central control systems for various electrical industries that are linked to telecommunications.
We are engaged in a wide range of design and development work from consumer products to industrial equipment.F
We are engaged in design, analysis, and technical drawing for a wide range of fields, from large products such as plants, industrial machinery, and automotive machinery to small products such as home appliances and precision instruments.
We are engaged in a full range of construction work, covering architectural design, structural design, electrical and other facility design, cost estimation, work drawing preparation, and construction management.
We are engaged in various system design and development work as technical translators and interpreters, mainly in English and Chinese.
Our activities are not limited to Japan, but we also serve as guides on site in other countries.