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Published on January 11, 2008

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JAXA’s Earth Observation Activities including ALOS launch status:  JAXA’s Earth Observation Activities including ALOS launch status January 22, 2006 Isao Nakanishi JAXA/EORC 21st APAN Meeting in Tokyo Contents:  Contents JAXA Vision and JAXA Earth Observation Program ALOS Launch Status Disaster Risk Management System in Asia-Pacific Region Achievements of Bilateral Cooperation Slide3:  JAXA Vision   Space exploration and utilization for the next 20 years Develop launch vehicles and satellites with the highest reliability and world class capability, contributing to the realization of a secure and prosperous society. Promote “top science” in the field of space science while preparing for Japan’s own human space activities and the utilization of the Moon. Conduct flight demonstration of a prototype hypersonic vehicle with the cruising speed at Mach 5. With all of the above activities, contribute to turning the aerospace industry into a key industry. Slide4:  Very large mobile communication satellite Residents in disaster areas Information center Providing services directly to personal terminals in disaster areas Disaster monitoring Data collection Information delivering to personal terminals Ultra high-speed communication satellite Earth observation satellites Positioning Satellites Ground observation network Concept of Information Gathering and Warning System for Disaster and Crisis Management Slide5:  Satellite observation network GEO Manned/unmanned aircraft Process study and modeling on atmosphere, ocean, land, water cycles, and global warming by Earth observation data users Tools for policy making Assessment of impact from human activities LEO Communication satellites Direct data distribution to operational users and data archive Predictions using models for climate, hydrological cycle change, and carbon cycle Ships Ground observation network Radiosondes Buoys Numerical climate models Super computer (Earth simulator) Concept of Integrated global environment observing system including Global Change prediction Slide6:  Earth System Models  ・Oceans  ・Cryosphere  ・Land  ・Atmosphere  ・Solid Earth  ・Biosphere Decision Support ・Assessment ・Decision Support Systems Observations Ongoing feedback to optimize value, reduce gaps, and account for human activity GEOSS Standards & Interoperability Management Decisions Policy Decisions Prediction and Analysis High Performance Computing; Communication Visualization Other Data Sources Socio-economic data Earth Observation Systems ・In Situ ・Airborne ・Space-based GEOSS (Global Earth Observation System of Systems) Disasters Energy Climate Water Health Weather Ecosystems Agriculture Biodiversity 9 Societal Benefit Areas Assimilation The Long Term Plan of JAXA Earth Observation for GEOSS:  The Long Term Plan of JAXA Earth Observation for GEOSS JAXA Earth Observation Program for GEOSS:  JAXA Earth Observation Program for GEOSS A plan of advanced low Earth orbit satellites GOSAT CPR/EarthCARE To develop and operate an Earth Observation System for GEOSS DPR/GPM Geo-stationary EO satellite Disaster monitoring satellites GCOM-W GCOM-C ※前ページとどちらでも使いやすい方を Slide9:  Advanced Land Observing Satellite <ALOS> Japanese Earth Resources Satellite-1 (JERS-1) ALOS Enhanced land-observation technology PRISM Panchromatic Remote sensing Instrument for Stereo Mapping PALSAR Phased Array type L-band Synthetic Aperture Radar Disaster monitoring Cartography Regional observation Resources surveying Advanced Earth Observing Satellite (ADEOS) Current state of the Launch Pads at Tanegashima Space Center (TNSC):  Current state of the Launch Pads at Tanegashima Space Center (TNSC) Target Launch Date: 10:33 (JST) January 23, 2006 Slide11:  Global Precipitation Mission <GPM> GPM is a follow-on and expanded mission of the current on-going TRMM Improve the accuracy of both long-term and short-       term weather forecasts Improve water resource management in river control and irrigation systems for agriculture Core Satellite Dual-frequency precipitation radar (DPR) Microwave radiometer (GMI) Precipitation with high precision Discrimination between rain and snow 8 Constellation Satellites Microwave radiometer Global precipitation every 3 hours Core Satellite Constellation Satellites TRMM Era GPM Era (launch in 2010) (launch around 2010) ADEOS-II Follow-on Mission (GCOM):  ADEOS-II Follow-on Mission (GCOM) JAXA will develop a series of satellites to establish a part of GEOSS mainly focused on observations of global warming, water cycle and disaster for next 15 years. The series of satellites, GCOM (Global Climate Observation Mission), consist of 2 satellite series: Disaster Risk Management System in Asia-Pacific Region --- Introduction and Background ---:  Disaster Risk Management System in Asia-Pacific Region --- Introduction and Background --- Big earthquake off Sumatra and tsunami disasters in Indian Ocean countries on December 26, 2004 The time was drastically getting ripe to construct Disaster Risk Management System in the Asia-Pacific Region Step 1: ‘Sentinel-Asia’ pilot project: A Satellite Information Distribution Network for Disaster Management over Asia–Pacific region The APRSAF (Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum) -11 in November 2004 in Australia The Asian Workshop on Satellite Technology Data Utilization for Disaster Monitoring in January 2005 in Japan The Disaster Reduction Through Effective Space Technology Utilization In Asian Region in May 2005 in Malaysia The APRSAF-12 in October 2005 in Japan The First Joint Project Team Meeting in February 2006 in Hanoi, Vietnam Slide14:  Disaster Risk Management System in Asia Pacific Region (2010- ) Earth Observation Satellites Residents in disaster areas Rescue Refuge Warning Providing services directly to personal Space Safety Net Asia Archive Data Observation Data Information Communication System High speed transmission Information center Information Sharing Platform Data Data Web GIS Data Disaster Management Agencies Disaster Prevention Capacity Building Goals of Disaster Risk Management System in Asia-Pacific Region:  Goals of Disaster Risk Management System in Asia-Pacific Region Goals shared by APRSAF members: To construct life first society by IT & Space technology, To improve speed and accuracy for disaster preparedness and early warning, and To minimize victims and social economic losses. Phased approach: STEP 1: Establishment of Sentinel Asia (2006 - 2007) STEP 2: Fusing Observation Satellite System and Communications Satellite System (2008 - 2009) STEP 3: Disaster Risk Management System in Asia Pacific Region (2010- ) Slide16:  STEP 1: Establishment of Sentinel Asia (2006 - 2007) JAXA, MODIS stations Residents in disaster areas Rescue Refuge Warning Observation System Archive Data Observation Data Information Sharing Platform Data Digital Asia Data Disaster Management Agencies Disaster Prevention Capacity Building ALOS Rapid Response System JAXA, AIT, Keio Univ. JAXA, ADRC JAXA, AIT Slide17:  Residents in disaster areas Rescue Refuge Warning Providing services directly to personal Observation System Archive Data Observation Data Information Communication System High speed transmission Information center Information Sharing Platform Data Data New Data Disaster Management Agencies Disaster Prevention Capacity Building STEP 2: Fusing Observation Sat. System and Communications Sat. System (2008 - 2009) China Thailand India Japan Korea ETS-VIII WINDS JAXA, ADRC, AIT, Keio Univ. Digital Asia JAXA, AIT, Inter. Org. Step 1:  Step 1 The Joint Project Team mainly initiates the 1st STEP (2006-2007). Components should be developed during STEP1 Observation System: ALOS, MODIS, others Information Sharing Platform: Digital Asia, ALOS rapid response system, others Information Communications Satellite System: None  preparatory of STEP 2 Capacity Building: AIT training program, others Benefits To ensure safe & comfortable life To Minimize expenditure for disaster preparedness To improve knowledge & technology against disaster To establish Int’l framework for information sharing Implementation Plan:  Implementation Plan Observation system STEP 1 JAXA’s satellite data which have been archiving from several satellites including new satellites will be shared to related organizations in Asia. JERS-1, ADEOS, TRMM, ADEOS-Ⅱ, AMSR-E, ALOS… Preparatory for STEP 2 Candidate satellite holders: China, India, Korea, Thailand. JAXA, MODIS stations Archive Data Observation Data Implementation Plan (Proposed Concept of Operations):  Implementation Plan (Proposed Concept of Operations) Disaster Risk Management System –phased approach-:  Keio Univ. JAXA, AIT WebGIS base Platform 30 terminals in 5 years High speed networking Propose project team  2006 2005 2007 cy MODIS WebGIS network pre meeting 1st meeting ALOS WebGIS network ▲ ▲ ▲ TBD Link to ADRC Regional Hazard map ALOS, ETS-VIII ACDR, India ADRC annual mtg APRSAF-13 Link to operational User agency Detail Hazard map Digital Asia Data dissemination, training Data distribution, data sharing nodes Interactive WINDS Disaster Risk Management System –phased approach- Achievements of Bilateral Cooperation with GISTDA in Thailand:  Achievements of Bilateral Cooperation with GISTDA in Thailand 1986-: Cooperation program in MOS-1 and JERS-1 Established data receiving, recording and processing system 1997-2002: JERS-1 Pilot Project Researched satellite data utilization possibility in a few fields Improved Thai users’ skill 2001: Agreement for earth observation and satellite application 2002: Transfer of the data receiving, recording and processing system 2003.12-:ALOS Pilot Project Land management and city planning Practical use in various fields Slide23:  ALOS Pilot Project in Thailand GISTDA RESTEC Support Agreement Cooperation Framework Land Management & City Planning JAXA Implementation Agency Implementation Agency DPT LDD Implementation Agency RID Implementation Agency DNP Implementation Agency DOF Implementation Agency DDPM Letter, Agreement, Contract….. Agriculture Irrigation Forestry Fisheries Disaster Slide24:  ・ increasing capacity for ALOS Data processing and archiving ・ accelerating scientific and practical use of ALOS data ・ increased international co-operation including joint validation and joint science study activities ・ enhanced service for potential users of ALOS data Each Node is associated with a geographical zone which defines the extent of its area of activity (supporting the physical residents therein as potential ALOS users) as an ADN partner. ESA:  Europe and Africa NOAA/ASF: North and South America GA:   Oceania JAXA: Asia GISTDA: Asian Sub-Node ALOS Data Node (ADN) Concept GISTDA Achievements of Bilateral Cooperation with LAPAN in Indonesia:  Achievements of Bilateral Cooperation with LAPAN in Indonesia 1999-2002: JERS-1 Pilot Project Research of satellite data utilization possibility in a few fields Improved Indonesian users’ skill 2001-: ADEOS-II Pilot Project Research and application in field of Ocean 2005.9-:ALOS Pilot Project Coastal monitoring, map generation, etc. Capacity building Slide26:  ALOS Pilot Project in Indonesia LAPAN RESTEC Support Agreement Cooperation Framework JAXA Implementation Agency BPPT/ DESDIM Implementation Agency BAKOSURTANAL Implementation Agency CReSOS Implementation Agency KIMPRASWIL/ IPB, UNSYIAH Implementation Agency MOF Letter, Agreement, Contract….. Natural resources Base map Coastal zone management Land use Forestry Implementation Agency ISORI/ MOA Agriculture Slide27:  Thank you http://www.eorc.jaxa.jp

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