JAPANESE
DEVELOPED PRODUCTS
AWARDS RECEIVED
Dec. 1950
“Konan 16” the small camera for amateurs
1950
Received the President of Invention Association Award for “a camera that requires minimal preparation.”
Jun. 1954
“Handheld Copy Device” the microfilming system
Sep. 1955
“Balloon Camera”, mounted on the observation balloon of Kansai Cosmic-ray Research Group
Sep. 1956
“Wilson Chamber Measuring Camera” the automatic recording camera
“Stereo Automatic Photographic Device” Joint study with Disaster Prevention Research Institute Kyoto University
“Special Automatic Photographic Device for Experiment of Reclamation of Ariake Bay” Joint study with Nagasaki Marine Observatory
“Continuous Shooting Device for Radiation Monitor” Joint study with Tokai Research and Development Center Nuclear Science Research Institute
“Automatic Meteor Shooting Device” Joint study with Tokyo Astronomical Observatory.
“Radar camera” Joint study with Kobe University of Mercantile Marine
Sep. 1957
“Marine Camera for Deep-Sea Shooting” Joint study with Asahi Shinbun
Aug. 1958
“Handheld Compact Fundus Camera” developed and manufacturing controlled
“Medical Binocular Operation Microscope” developed and manufacturing controlled
“Cardiography Recording Device” developed and manufacturing controlled
“Coaxial Head Light” developed and manufacturing controlled
1958
Gakan Nishimura received the Science Award from the Hyogo Prefectural Government for “distinguishable research and manufacture of an academic camera.“
Nov. 1959
Magazine for 8-mm VCR “Single 8 system” Researched and developed commissioned by Fuji Film Corporation
Aug. 1960
“Electro Fax Copy Machine” The electrophotographic system
Dec. 1961
“50x Projector for Shipbuilding” Jointly developed with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. and Fuji Film Corporation.
Jul. 1962
“Air Pollution Measuring Equipment” Air pollution was measured at Tokyo Meteorological Laboratory
1962
Gakan Nishimura received the Minister of State for Science and Technology Award (the 4th commendation for deserving persons in the field of science and technology) for “research and development of a special camera.”
Sep.
“EPM System” Electronic Photography Ruling System
May. 1963
“Fimera” The first single use camera
1964
Yoshizo Ikegami received the 16th Mainichi Industrial Technology Award “for the electronic photography ruling method.”
Nov. 1967
“Spiral TV for Observation in Tube”   ITV System for Examination and Observation
Jul.1968
“Camera for Lenticular Stereo” Publication printing device
1969
Yoshizo Ikegami received the Science Award from the Hyogo Prefectural Government for “the joint development of the electronic photography ruling method.”
Feb. 1970
”Embroidery Robot” Electronically Automated control device for sewing machine
1970
Yoshizo Ikegami received the Minister of State for Science and Technology Award (the 12th commendation for deserving persons in the field of science electronic photography) for “the development of electronic photography ruling method.”
1971
Yoshizo Ikegami received the Imperial Award of Invention (covering inventions devised throughout Japan) for “the EPM System, etc.”
Yoshizo Ikegami received the Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon.
Mar. 1972
“Automatic Marking System” The automated system for inspection and measurement of the flaw of materials, such as steel
Nov. 1974
“Inspection System for Use in Iron Mills”, which has a human eye function
Jul. 1975
“K Series” Operation Microscope for medical use
1975
Harumi Tanaka received the Director of Osaka Regional Bureau of International Trade and Industry Award (covering inventions devised in the Kinki area) for “the development of a compact camera.”
Nov. 1976
Equipments for professional photographer
1976
Harumi Tanaka received the Science Award from the Hyogo Prefectural Government for “the research and development of a compact camera.”
Harumi Tanaka received the Medal of Honor with Yellow Ribbon.
Mar. 1977
“RAM Marker” The maintenance free Automatic Marking System
Mar. 1978
“Fundus Perimeter”
Sep. 1979
“Specular Microscope” for observation of endothelium
Oct.
“Fundus Haploscope” Strabismus/ Amblyopia Inspection System
Jul. 1981
"CORACER" Color Scanner and Setter
Sep. 1983
“Hydromicroscope” Jointly developed withSuntory Ltd.
Aug. 1984
Operation microscope “CLM”
1984
Masakazu Nagai received the Contemporary Master of Craftsman (Award from the Ministry of Labor)
Oct. 1985
“Clinical Specular Microscope 500, 580”Operation Microscope
1985
Kuniomi Abe received the Science Award from the Hyogo Prefectural Government for “Corneal Photographing System in wide field.”
Apr. 1987
“Cell Analysis System”
“Portable Operation Microscope POM-50”
1987
Kuniomi Abe received the Encouragement Award from the Commissioner of Patents for “Corneal Photographing System”
Jul. 1988
“Operation Microscope 700, 700S Series”
1988
Kuniomi Abe received the Prize of the President of the Japan chamber of Commerce and Industry for “Corneal Photographing System in wide field.”
Mar. 1989
“Specular Microscope 385”
May.
“Specular Microscope 3300”
Sep.
“IR Video ENG System” for eye movement analyzation
May. 1990
“Specular Microscope 5500”
Jun.
“Ophthalight” Operation Microscope for ophthalmology use
“KC-2001 Series” Full Automatic Cell Analysis System
Aug. 1993
“Heat Resistant Marking System”
Oct.
“Noncon ROBO”, “Noncon ROBO CA” Non Contact Specular Microscope
Jul.1995
“Konan Operation Microscope 300 Series”
Jun. 1996
Konan full Automatic Cell Analysis System “KC-2300 Series”
Apr. 1997
Specular Microscope “Noncon ROBO PACHY”
Oct.
“Donor Analyzer” for examinations of the status of cornea for transplantation
May. 1998
“KC-3000 Series” Konan full Automatic Cell Analysis System
Aug.
Eye bank Specular Microscope 
 “KeratoAnalyzer EKA-98”
Sep. 1999
“Portable Operation Microscope POM-50II”
1999
Yoshizo Ikegami received the Award from the Commissioner of Patents for “Corneal Photographing System”
Jan. 2001
Jul.
Specular Microscope “CA-II SP-8800 /SP-6600”
Specular Microscope “CC-5000” Cell Chek Series
2001
Tatsuya Kasahara received the Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprise Agency Encouragement Award for for “Corneal Endothelial Analyzing” .
2002
Tatsuya Kasahara received the Science Award from the Hyogo Prefectural Government for “Corneal Endothelial Analyzing” .
Tatsuya Kasahara received the Invention Award from the Hyogo Prefectural Government for “Corneal Endothelial Analyzing” .
Tatsuya Kasahara received the Prize of the President of the Japan chamber of Commerce and Industry for “Corneal Endothelial Analyzing” .
Jun. 2004
Specular Microscope “FA-3509” Noncon ROBO Series
2005
Tatsuya Kasahara received the Minister of Education and Science Award  Science and Technology Prize for “Corneal Endothelial Analyzing” .
Mar. 2007
Aug.
Portable operation microscope “LOM Series”
Specular Microscope “NSP-7700/NSP-9900” Noncon ROBO Series
2007
The 300 strongest small-medium sized enterprises supporting Japan of tomorrow (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) .
Apr. 2008
Anterior Camera “KATS 1000”
Oct. 2010
Eye Bank Specular Microscope “KeratoAnalyzer EKA-10”
Aug. 2012
Specular Microscope “CellChek Plus”
2013
Tetsuji Ikegami received the Award of Merit for Promotion of Small and Medium Enterprises from Nishinomiya
Sep. 2014
Specular Microscope “CellChek SL”
Nov. 2015
Specular Microscope for Donor Cornea “CellChek D", "CellChek D PLUS”
Feb. 2017
Specular Microscope “CellChek C”
Jun. 2017
“Portable Operation Microscope POM-50III”
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