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SAFE Space Application For Environment OVERVIEW. October 22, 2013 Tomoyuki Nukui Earth Observation Research Center (EORC) Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA ). SAFE prototyping line-up. Outline of Indonesia case.

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    1. SAFE Space Application For Environment OVERVIEW October 22, 2013 TomoyukiNukui Earth Observation Research Center (EORC) Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

    2. SAFE prototyping line-up

    3. Outline of Indonesia case Title: Potential Drought Monitoring over Agriculture Area in Java Island, Indonesia • Prototyping Executor: LAPAN • Technical Supporter: University of Tokyo & AIT-GIC • Period: January 2010-December 2011 • Objective: • To enhance the understanding on climate change-related drought in Indonesia • To develop the methods/techniques of drought monitoring over the agriculture areas in Java island accessible for users and public

    4. Result of Indonesia case Result • Completed validating and found the relation ship between agricultural drought index with climatic drought index, and developed the drought index for the whole of Indonesia to provide end of users in local. Outcome • The drought index containing the SAFE result will be used in the other drought project funded by ADB, to disseminate to the GMS area. • Bridged to the new SAFE prototype, which is aiming to assessment affect of drought for rice production.

    5. OUTLINE of the SAFE The concept of SAFE is defined along the APRSAF concept, because the SAFE is a initiative under the EOWG in the APRSAF. • Aiming to enhance the capability of Satellite technology in the Asia Pacific region. • Established under the EOWG in the APRSAF held in 2008

    6. APRSAF Structure • Established in 1993 in response to the declaration adopted by the Asia-Pacific International Space Year Conference (APIC) in 1992. • Holding meeting annually, jointly organized by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology(MEXT), JAXA and local organizer. • APRSAF is open and flexible regional cooperation framework, and voluntary and cooperative activities to solve regional issues • APRSAF is the most big conference for space agencies in AP region, current participants is totally over 400 participants. • EOWG in APRSAF has 3 initiatives including SAFE and SA, and also it is the most grand in 4 WGs of the APRSAF now.

    7. SAFE VALUE • What you can get by participation in the SAFE initiative • Satellite data for developing something new in the SAFE prototyping. • High-end technology and knowledge based on the science to improve operational activities by using satellite technology. • Capacity building to utilize the SAFE result for sustainable use.

    8. Authorization process of Prototype Response to the CFP (Call for proposal), proposals will besubmitted. Proponents is requested to attend SAFE workshop and present own proposal for evaluation by review board at the workshop After the recommendation by review board, launching the new prototype will be approved by all participants Before starting activities, executor should hold the kick-off meeting with attendance of all stake holders.

    9. Formation Stake Holders • The prototyping activity is mainly conducted by executer, who is applicant of the proposal. • Ideal that executer is the same of user agencies to use the SAFE result. However we are currently noticed difficulty to complete operation to use the SAFE result by only one organization. It is meaning importance to hold the kickoff meeting and stake holder meeting to involve user agency. • SAFE secretariat provides Technical supporter and Data & Application Creator, who are specialists of each function and support of activities. • The image of implementing team. • Consist of 3 categories

    10. Key point of SAFE TOR SAFE is promoted under the Term of Reference. For prototype executer, there are 4 key-points. Every SAFE activities is limitedfor two years period. Participate and report on-going status at SAFE workshop and APRSAF/EOWG, two times a year. Put into practice inoperational use. Hold stake holder meeting before completion to promote own result and realizesustainable use.

    11. Demanded factor of SAFE prototype • Relevance • Consistency with needs of end users or issues of Asia-Pacific region. • Relevance to application of space technology. • Effectiveness • Attainability of the purpose of the prototyping. • Cooperative structure of the prototype executer and end users. • Efficiency • Validity of the prototyping plan to the 2 years period. • Impact • Social and technological impact to the overall goal. • Possibility of spreading of the results to other countries & regions. • Contribution to the progress of space technology application. • Sustainability • Prospect of the practical use of the results after completion.

    12. Current SAFE Workshop • The 5th SAFE WS was held in Nagoya Japan, in conjunction with EOWG mid year meeting. • 50 participants from over 10 countries were attending.

    13. Thankyou for attention The 20th Session of the Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum(APRSAF-20), Hanoi, Vietnam, December 3-6, 2013. SAFE Workshop in APRSAF Dec 2 Events in the near future APRSAF20 in Hanoi

    14. Back UP

    15. Sri Lanka case Most effective to show visualized information by prototype result isto make concerned person become active • Prototyping title; Risk of Sea Level Rise on Coastal Zone (Coastal management) • Executor; Mr. Eng. BANDULA Wickramarachchi, Coastal Conservation Department • Overview: • Date; 24 Aug 2011 • Attendance; Authorities, high rankers and private sectors who are concerned with developing on the area • Result; • Giving committee by including people concerned with work-site operations, as the governmental policy. • Started discussions for establishment preparations of governmental or administrative laws and ordinances.

    16. Instance on Stakeholder meeting #1: Sri Lanka case (Cont.) Extracting shoreline annually changed by using PALSAR data

    17. Objectives of JAXA’s RS Capacity Building Activities for Asia-Pacific Nations 1. To provide necessary technical know-howto RS & GIS users in the Asia-Pacific regionas a contribution by the Government of Japan through the capacity building activities recognized by GEOSS, CEOS, etc; 2. To develop in-house capacities of prospective users in the regionby working on project-based training programs; 3. To use the Japanese archived satellite datafor sustainable development, planning and monitoring purposes in the region; 4. To identify future space technology needs in the regionfor better services of the forthcoming Japanese satellite programs.

    18. Structure Chart of JAXA’s RSCapacity Building Activities Bi-lateral Bi-lateral Bi-lateral Multi-lateral Multi-lateral Multi-lateral

    19. Figure of the structure (Image) - From Mini-project to Future work through SAFE and SA Future Work Mini-Pro Independent Operation SAFE For Environmental issues (Adaptation to Climate change) Capacity Building on RS technology Sustainability -Development & Research to solve issues -Training on the Method Donor Agencies Budget ・・ ・・ ・・ SA For Disaster Management -Training for system operation -Emergency Observation & Data Analysis

    20. Conclusion • The Capacity building on the JAXA satellite technology starts from the Mini-project. • Individual concrete problem is tackled in the SA or SAFE. • The future work that it is sustained and is autonomous is realized while utilizing the scheme of the third party (third parties).