To restore and preserve such an environment that was severely damaged by natural disaster and rapid development is one of our foremost global issues today.
Through digital space photogrammetry, AAC provides fundamental data vital to make a plan to establish a social framework where environment can be restored, preserved and monitored.
Today, the advancement of global warming is increasing the severity of desertification in dry regions.
Aero Asahi uses the daata gathered by sensors in satellites and aircraft to track deforestation and analyze ground cover to monitor desertification. In addition, combining this with infrastructure information can used to support the establishment of effective countermeasures.
The Urgent Establishment of National Basic Geographic Data in the Southern Area (Kazakhstan:1998-2000)
The seasonal meteorological phenomenon of yellow dust that originates out of inland Asia and affects much of East Asia requires urgent environmental countermeasures. These fine dry soil particles are carried high into the atmosphere and dumped over much of China, Korea and Japan, and have become even more serious over the last decade due to the increasing levels of industrial pollutants contained in the dust.
One step in reducing the damage caused by yellow dust is to restore the vegetation eliminating the bare earth now exists.
The state of ground cover is analyzed using satellite image data and then this data is combined with a GIS to identify the areas requiring forestation and other measures to make it possible to create effective action plans in educing this phenomenon.
The Study on Vegetation Recovery Model Planning for Affected Area of Wind-brown Sand Damage in Vicinity of Beijing Metropolitan (China:2006-)
Ocean pollution is caused by such factors as inflows from rivers, development of coastal areas, illegal dumping, and oil tanker accidents.
Identifying polluted areas and simulating the spread of pollutants is effective for recovering floating debris (garbage, oil) and improving water quality.