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History

1959

Aug.Toyo Communication Industry Co., Ltd. was established with Applied Electronics Laboratory (Tokyo · Meguro) as a base. Established the head office factory in Shibuya-ku.

1961

Sep.Head office and factory relocated to Setagaya-ku.

1978

Sep.Established Toyo Data Co., Ltd. as a distributor for its products.
Oct.Join the Japan Optical Cooperative Project Cooperative for the mutual exchange of suppliers dealing with products of Nippon Optical Industry Co., Ltd. (now Nikon Corporation) and deepen their cooperative system.

1981

Oct.Atsugi factory opened in Atsugi city.

1982

Oct.Changed company name from “Toyo Communication Industry Co., Ltd.” to “Aval Co., Ltd.”

1985

Mar.Started development and sales of VMEbus module computer with CPU 68000 installed.At the same time, we began supporting real-time OS “OS-9” (Microware Systems Corporation).
Sep.Nagasaki office opened in Isahaya-si, Nagasaki prefecture.
Nov.Both the PROM programmer “Pecker 10 (PKW – 1000)” and the portable terminal “AVAL – TM 20” were selected as Good Design Products by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry.

1987

Aug.Headquarters were moved to Atsugi city.
Nov.Separating Nagasaki office from the group and establishing as a new company 「Aval Nagasaki」

1988

Apr.Established image processing product development project, full-scale entry into industrial image processing field.

1989

Feb.Changed the company name to “Aval Data Corporation”.

1991

Feb.New registration as over-the-counter stock (now · TSE JASDAQ)

1993

Dec.Developed image input processing module of VMEbus standard.

1995

Jan.Quality system Acquired ISO 9001 certification.

1997

Apr.CompactPCI The first domestic production of the bus module. Along with the release of CompactPCI products, it responds to various OS such as “OS-9 / PowerPC”, “WindowsNT”, “Tornado” one by one.
Oct.Promotion of industrial embedded systems centering on CompactPCI Participate in PICMG JAPAN.

2001

Jan.Environmental management international standard Acquired ISO 14001 certification.
Jul.New Atsugi facility was completed.
Dec.“GiGA” which enables memory sharing between systems CHANNEL module “series.

2006

Jul.100% compliance with RoHS directive of newly designed products as part of environmental measures.

2007

Apr.New Atsugi building was completed. Reconstruction of the Atsugi Plant has been completed and a production innovation campaign (Avaldata Revolution Plan) Complete Phase 2.

2008

Dec.Started making series of A/D Conversion board after developing APX-510 for 100MHz sampling and PCI Express.

2009

Sep.Join a consortium of “CoaXPress” next generation of camera Interface and started developing CXP frame grabber.
Dec.Aval Nagasaki has launched a project for smart power development.

2011

Mar.The CoaxPress standard advocated by JIIA was approved as an international standard at a regular meeting between the association with AIA / EMVA.

2012

Sep.Unique development and launch of ultra high-speed optical communication camera interface “Opt-C: Link”.

2013

Sep.The Atsugi Plant acquired a medical equipment manufacturer’s license (permission number: 14BZ200171) of general category.

2014

Jan.Developed “color light cutting method” using white LED as slit light.

2015

Apr.Development and launch of InGaAs short wavelength infrared camera.

2017

Jul.Part of the stock of Aval Nagasaki was transferred to Tokyo Electron Device Co., Ltd.

2018

Jun.Established AV joint venture company “AVAL GLOBAL Co., Ltd” with TS corporation (Korea).