Products and Services
Collecting and Analyzing Geospatial Information
ALOS ALOS-2 TerraSAR-X Services Pleiades SPOT-5 SPOT6 & 7 WorldView-1 WorldView-2 WorldView-3 GeoEye-1
Airborne surveying
Aerial photogrammetric surveying Aerial laser surveying Thermal sensor surveying Hyperspectral Sensor Surveying PALS (Portable Aerialphotography and Locator System)
Vehicle/Ground Surveying
Road condition laser surveying Road condition surveying GPS surveying TS surveying Precision surveying Terrestrial Laser Surveying Ground based InSAR and Radar
Water area surveying
Bathymetry Seabed Exploration
Analysis Bases for Geospatial Information
Satellite Signal Receiving Facilities (Ground Stations) MMS High Accuracy Information Center
Utilizing Geospatial Information
GIS Cloud

Internet-based Regional Analysis and Marketing

Shoken Taisho

Reassurance with Disaster Prevention Systems also on the Cloud

Safe Home Return Map Service Disaster Prevention e-Learning

Trusted and Proven Services for Local Governments and Public Institutions

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

Collecting and Analyzing Geospatial Information

Collecting and analyzing Geospatial Information on a global scale

PASCO Group collects and analyzes geospatial information globally. The results are used to create maps, in academic research, and in enhancing homeland security. There are many ways of collecting geospatial information, and information is gathered from all angles - through satellites, aircrafts, land vehicles, and ships.

Collecting information through artificial satellites (synthetic aperture radar/  optical)Collecting information through artificial satellites
(synthetic aperture radar/ optical)

The earth observation satellites orbit around the earth in approximately two hours (depending on altitude) at an altitude of more than 500km above the earth. Taking advantage of this agility, PASCO undertakes activities such as monitoring the global environment and collecting information during times of disaster, and puts its best efforts into collecting geospatial information promptly.

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Collecting information using aircraft (fixed and rotating wings)Collecting information using aircraft
(fixed and rotating wings)

Aircraft come next in line after satellites with regard to mobility. PASCO Group owns a large number of special aircraft that can be equipped with measuring and survey equipment. Equipment such as sensors protrudes from the lower torso of the special aircraft, and a large hole has been opened here to facilitate the imaging of ground surfaces from this point.

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Collecting information using special vehiclesCollecting information using special vehicles

Special vehicles are used for measuring and obtaining information on the surroundings as they travel on the roads. They can be used for a wide range of purposes, such as collecting three-dimensional information from the areas around the roads and measuring road surfaces. PASCO's special vehicles are constantly utilized to collect information as they travel on the roads, such as in crack and rut surveys aimed at keeping drives comfortable, as well as creating precise maps for road management.

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Collecting information using shipsCollecting information using ships

PASCO possesses measuring equipment not only aimed at capturing information on land, but also information under water. The equipment is also used for drawing up dredging plans for dams and harbors.

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Analysis bases for geospatial informationAnalysis bases for geospatial information

The geospatial information collected through various means undergoes a high level of analysis (dissecting). PASCO owns two ground stations equipped with parabolic antennas that receive information from the earth observation satellites. It has also set up analysis bases to conduct advanced analysis of the information received, and is striving to accelerate collecting and processing of information.

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