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ALOS ALOS-2 TerraSAR-X Services Pleiades SPOT-5 SPOT6 & 7 WorldView-1 WorldView-2 WorldView-3 GeoEye-1
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Aerial photogrammetric surveying Aerial laser surveying Thermal sensor surveying Hyperspectral Sensor Surveying PALS (Portable Aerialphotography and Locator System)
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Road condition laser surveying Road condition surveying GPS surveying TS surveying Precision surveying Terrestrial Laser Surveying Ground based InSAR and Radar
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Analysis Bases for Geospatial Information
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Internet-based Regional Analysis and Marketing

Shoken Taisho

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Safe Home Return Map Service Disaster Prevention e-Learning

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PasCAL for LGWAN Our Town Guide Facilities Booking System
GIS (Desktop/Enterprise)
Geospatial Information Consultant

Regional strategy analysis consultant

Contract analysis reports

Local government and administrative consultant

Disaster prevention plans and hazard maps Road and bridge design Water supply and sewage facility management Dam and Port Management Rivers and erosion control Ubiquitous Consulting

Individual system development

Mapping Solutions Maintenance and operation services
Data Provision
Sale of high-precision aerial photographs Aerial photographs of Okinawa Prefecture Satellite images Mapping data for GIS 3D Map Data 3D Elevation Data

Advanced Land Observing Satellite (ALOS) "DAICHI":Optical and Synthetic Aperture Radar Satellite

The Advanced Land Observing Satellite (ALOS), a Japanese satellite, also known as DAICHI, was launched in 2006 by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA).
Please visit our following website for more details on ALOS and information on how to purchase the products.

Specifications of ALOS / "DAICHI"

Launched January 24, 2006
Launch vehicle Launching rocket H-IIA Rocket
Launch site Tanegashima Space Center
Satellite mass Approximately 4 tons
Power generation Approximately 7 kW (end-of-life)
End of operation May 12, 2011
Satellite orbit Sun-synchronized return orbit
Repeat cycle 46 days
Subcycle: 2 days
Orbit altitude 691.65km
inclination 98.16°
Attitude determination accuracy Within 2.0 x 10-4° (offline; GCP available)
Position determination accuracy Within 1 m (offline)
Data transmission rate 240 Mbps (via data relay satellite)
120 Mbps (direct transmission mode)
Onboard data recorder Solid state data recorder (90 gigabytes)

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