Services for an Agricultural Application. Shinobu Kawahito JAXA / RESTEC Kengo Aizawa, Satoko Miura JAXA. WGISS-22 @Annapolis. Project Background. Purpose. Prove the usefulness of OGC compliant distributed systems to support an agricultural application
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Shinobu Kawahito JAXA / RESTEC
Kengo Aizawa, Satoko Miura JAXA
(but the operational system is maintained by MAFF)
and also holds other data related to agriculture.
(Decision makers, Researchers, and indirectly Farmers)
- Successfully been transferred from JAXA to MAFF.
E.g In-situ data,
- can be used to evaluate satellite data
- can be used to used in combination with satellite data
- areas of interest may change rapidly (depending on circumstances)
- the more focused the area of interest, the more detailed information is needed
Make information easy to use, easy to understand, and user interactive
Various things can cause a reduction in vegetation compared to other years.
E.g. Non-drought (Delay in planting, Plant types change) vs. Actual drought.
- Statistics per polygon
- With comparative data
Period ： Yearmonthday
~ Year monthday
― Ongoing NDVI
Graph is not showing actual NDVI.
To interpret the vegetation data into a drought interpretation (“higher level product”),
planting / early stage / growth stage / maturing / harvesting
Find and Monitor Tendency
Estimate the Impact
E.g. rules to interpret reduction in vegetation
(drought vs. other cause)
Need to develop a drought model for operational monitoring.
To process observations into higher level information
For example – use of symbols (like a stock chart):
NDVI ： 1.5% down
Drought likelihood :
Web Map Images
Time Sequential Information.
NDVI ： 10%down
Drought likelihood :
usage–oriented investigation and development.
- Similar functions may be needed in flood monitoring.
- Reusable components may helpful in building future
flexible service systems.