The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. (JAMA) is a non-profit industry association which comprises Japan‘s fourteen manufacturers of passenger cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles. JAMA makes a major contribution to the SAKURA strategic and technical development at the global level.
The Japan Automobile Research Institute is a public-interest neutral research institute with a major focus on automotive safety research and testing. JARI coordinates all the SAKURA project activities, conducts the related research and supports the SAKURA strategy globally, with a particular focus on outreach and standardization.
The Driving Intelligence Validation Platform; DIVP is a research consortium contributed by 8 industries & 2 universities, funded by Strategic Innovation Promotion Program(SIP) by the Cabinet Office. DIVP motivation is to establish a virtual simulation platform especially puts emphasis on "Highly consistent sensor modeling" & "Sensing domain based approach" for realizing Automated Driving safety assurance. "How realistic is realistic enough?" is our theme.
JSAE promotes standardization in Japan and globally through activities such as deliberations on the creation of automobile-related international standards at the ISO/IEC. JSAE supports SAKURA experts in leading the development of safety standardization activities, in particular with ISO34502: Engineering framework and process of scnenario-based safety evaluation.
JASPAR mission is to identify future challenges in the car electronics sector and overcome these challenges. JASPAR links the SAKURA scenario based safety process with JAMA, through standardization of interfaces.