Developing analytic software for lunar and planetary exploration data
Japan's lunar and planetary exploration projects have already generated a lot of observation data, as seen from its Hayabusa asteroid explorer project and Kaguya lunar explorer project. To get the most out of this valuable asset, software will be required that assists with analyzing all that data, helping researchers to advance their scientific analyses across a broad front.
We are investigating technologies that enable the visualization of complex data in an easy to understand fashion, and technologies that will let researchers spot really important pieces of information from a huge mass of data.
- DEMURA Hirohide Professor, Director of Aizu Research Center for Space Informatics DEMURA Hirohide
- HIRATA Naru Senior Associate Professor, Deputy Director of Information Systems and Technology Center HIRATA Naru
- OGAWA Yoshiko Senior Associate Professor OGAWA Yoshiko
- HONDA Chikatoshi Associate Professor HONDA Chikatoshi
- KITAZATO Kohei Associate Professor KITAZATO Kohei
- OKUDAIRA Kyoko Associate Professor OKUDAIRA Kyoko