Using InSAR technology, detect displacement of the earth's surface in millimeters. The InSAR technology "SqueeSAR™" developed by our business partner TRE Altamira (Italy) can detect displacement of the ground surface with the highest level of accuracy in the world.
When flooding occurs due to typhoon, heavy rain, or other abnormal weather conditions, you can determine the flooded areas and other damage situation. By using the AI-based dedicated satellite data analysis technology, the necessary information can be automatically extracted.
Through long-term use of satellite data, comprehensive monitoring can be performed through every phase of the infrastructure from construction to operation and maintenance. As the satellite image can cover a wide area, efficiently monitor multiple construction sites or a large scale development area at once.
By comparing two SAR satellite images taken at different times, newly constructed buildings can be automatically detected. Map data can be updated with the information or trends of the city observed, e.g., by checking construction status around major infrastructures such as gas pipelines. Economic indicators can be forecast, by knowing the status and the urbanization trend of the areas of emerging economies or depopulated areas where sufficient ground data is unavailable.
InSAR technology can be used to detect displacement of a structure such as a bridge, tunnel, or high-rise building. By continuously monitoring for a certain period, any seasonal change and abnormal displacement becomes distinguishable. Through these, the monitoring can be done more efficiently as the frequency and measuring points of the past leveling surveys can be reduced.
Using InSAR technology, monitor the displacement of airport facilities and the ground, often located on a shore or landfill site, in millimeters. As the satellite system can provide time series data, displacement of the facilities can be traced back to the past and utilized for the safety management of airport facilities.