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20 short period of time—2 to 3 years—and should show concrete, but not immediately commercializable, outputs. Preference should be accorded projects that no one company or university would consider funding on its own. , MITI, NSF, NASA) or the private sector (company to company). S. S. companies, perhaps in exchange for joint manufacturing rights rather than just licenses. S. S. products. S. companies establish subsidiaries in Japan. S. S. companies. -Japanese cooperation. , is an equally owned joint venture created to produce and distribute robots and optimized robotic production systems that will increase the competitiveness of its customers.
The approach taken in Japan has been to create structure and organizations first and think about the “heart” of a project later. S. firms often confuse technology and business. S. firms should recognize production engineering as technology. Combining and integrating these strengths and characteristics can make both countries more significant players in the international community. It may well be that cooperation through existing modes would further the Japanese approach. S. partners learn about the process through which technological applications are realized in Japan.
Companies and little experience with international cooperation involving groups of firms. S. companies need to learn to collaborate, and cooperative programs in robotics R&D could provide a test case upon which cooperative efforts in other areas might build. -Japanese cooperation in robotics would serve to familiarize the two countries with one another's R&D infrastructures. The relative strengths of these prospective partners have been articulated already. Basic research is the forte of the United States, while applied technology is Japan's.