The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has begun testing its new cruise security system on its first of its ships.

The Japanese company will use the system aboard its next-generation patrol ships.

The new system will be used on a number of ships, including the new Type 065 patrol ships, which are expected to begin arriving at their final berths in 2020.

Japan has been testing the cruise system on new patrol ships since 2020.

The first ship to receive the system is the Type 063 patrol ship, which was built by Toshiba.

It will be deployed on the new ships from 2020 to 2024, with the second ship set to arrive in 2022.

The system will also be used aboard the Type 1A destroyer, which will be launched in 2020 and is expected to arrive around 2021.

The Type 035 ship is set to depart in 2020, and the Type 013 ship is expected in 2022, with another ship due in 2025.JAXI is also testing the systems aboard a third ship, the Type 3A patrol ship.

The Type 3 is expected on the same schedule as the Type 2A ship, with a second ship due for completion in 2024.

Jaxa will also test the system in 2019 aboard the newest of the Type 4 patrol ships from 2021 to 2024.

According to Japanese news agency NHK, the cruise security will be activated by a “remote control,” and the system will work by using a series of “remote-controlled doors” to open and close the ship’s “doorway doors” and the “doorways of other ships.”

It’s not clear if the cruise control system will allow passengers to enter the ship and leave.

JAXa is also planning to deploy the system on a third new patrol ship in 2021, the Zuikaku, which is expected for delivery in 2021.