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Report onRESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium 14th CEOS PlenaryNov. 9, 2000 : Report onRESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium 14th CEOS PlenaryNov. 9, 2000 Yukio HARUYAMA/Kazuko Misawa Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan (RESTEC) RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium : RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium Title: “International Symposium on Satellite Remote Sensing towards 21st Century” Dates:  July 10 - 11, 2000 Venue: Capitol Tokyu Hotel, Tokyo, Japan Organizer: RESTEC   under the auspices of STA (Science and Technology Agency) NASDA (National Space Development Agency of Japan) RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium : Purpose: to provide audience information on the latest developments in the world about various satellite remote sensing activities to provide the opportunity for interaction between space agencies and private sectors Participants: 660 participants from both international and domestic agencies RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium : RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium Presentations: Day 1: Space Agencies (CEOS Members) NASDA CNES NOAA CSA NASA CCRS ESA ISRO EUMETSAT Day 2: Private Sectors RESTEC RADARSAT International Inc. MDA Space Imaging Aerospatiale Matra EarthWatch SPOT IMAGE West Indian Space Orbital Imaging Corp. RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium : Panel Discussion: Day 1: “The role of governments for promoting satellite remote sensing”  Panelists: David Williams, EUMETSAT/Europe (Chairman) Brent Smith, NOAA/USA Livio Marelli, ESA/Europe Gerard Brachet, CNES/France Michel Giroux, CSA/Canada Suvit Vibulsresth, MOSTE/Thailand Tadahiko Inada, NASDA/Japan RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium : Panel Discussion (continued): Day 2: “A new framework and roles between the public and the private sectors” Panelists: Gerard Brachet, CNES/France (Chairman) Helen Wood, NOAA/USA John MacDonald, MDA/Canada Jacques Mouysset, SPOT Image/France Herbert Satterlee, Earth Watch/USA Tatsuo Sato, Mitsubishi Corporation/Japan Yukio Haruyama, RESTEC/Japan RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium : 1st Day’s Discussion Points 1. Policies related to promotion of utilization of the data from the Earth observation missions of each government agency. 2.Views and comments on international frameworks (e.g. CEOS) for promoting such data utilization. 3.Recommendations regarding future directions of EO fields - especially public and private sectors interaction. 2nd Day’s Discussions Points 1. Corporate Strategy and the future of EO business 2. Government roles and cooperation: private sector expectations 3. International cooperation and the future: the private sector view RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium : Outcome: Awareness of the current status of satellite remote sensing new knowledge and ideas for the way forward Major Trends of Remote Sensing Remote Sensing Data to value-added products and information & Services Governmental Roles To provide education, R&D, public good (such as global change research), and the promotion of Earth observation data utilization To provide licensing to the private sector RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium : Outcome (Continued): Business Models Government, Pure Private, Hybrid Need some time and efforts for the shift from government to hybrid or pure private model International Cooperation CEOS activities International Cooperation on the private sector’s expansion of new business development RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium : The details of the RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium can be found at: http//www.restec.or.jp/eng/news/whatnews25.html RESTEC’s 25th Anniversary Symposium

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