Business Activities

Worldwide Engineering ServicesContributing to the Development of Broadcasting Services All Over the World

NHK ITEC is branching out into wide-ranging consultancy services in Asia, Africa, Oceania, and Latin America through Official Development Assistance (ODA) and United Nations (UN) Assistance.

detail/01 About overseas consultant service
1. Basic Design Studies

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) contracts us to conduct present state surveys in developing countries and implement basic designs of the content of their assistance.

Project Site Survey during the Outline Design Phase

Conceptual Drawing

2. Detailed Designs/Bidding Support

After the Japanese government approves the content of our basic design studies, we implement detailed designs while coordinating with affiliated institutions of partner countries. We also provide bidding support to builders.

Consultation Meeting during the Detail Design Phase

Perspective Drawing

3. Construction Supervision

We visit sites during construction work, broadcasting equipment installation work and other work, and supervise to ensure proper quality according to the design documents.

Inspection for constraction work

Inspection for system operation

4. Completion/Handover/

After getting approval from JICA and the governments of both countries, we hand over the completed broadcasting facilities. After completion, we continue to implement follow-up of the broadcasting services.

Complection of a broadcasting station building

Signing Ceremony

Countries and Projects - NHK ITEC has worked for
detail/03 Achievements in overseas operations

Vietnam Televition(VTV) Center Building

News Studio at VTV Center

TV Transmitting station on Mt. Asmai in Afghanistan

Lao National Television Broadcasting Center Building

100kW Medium Wave Antenna at Radio Tanzania

Transmitting Station Building at Radio Tanzania

Radio Studio at Naional Broadcasting Corporation in Papua New Guinea

Lyceum of the City of Havana in Cuba

Multi-touch Display System at Lyceum in Havana