While runaway development on a global scale continues to affect our environment through deforestation and desertification, the population of the Earth is increasing steadily, raising concern about food shortages in the near future.
AAC analyzes data acquired through remote sensing, and compiles database for use in promoting conservation, management and cultivation of forests and rivers, as well as development and maintenance control of safe and efficient agriculture.
Collecting data using aircraft and satellites and compiling it into a time series for analysis can be used to improve agricultural harvests.
Aerial photographs and satellite images are used to create cadaster maps to review and manage land taxes, unregistered lands, etc.
Iwaizumi Town Cadastral Survey Aerial Measurement Project (2005)
Aerial Photography and Digital Ortho-photos Cadastral Survey and Land Registration Project (A) (Mongolia:2002-2003)
Aerial photographs and satellite images are used to study the types of ground cover and state of usage for analyzing the possibilities and appropriateness of land use in various areas.
Commissioned to perform the Yamagata Village Land Classification Study (2004-2005)