June 1st, 2014
Kochi Prefecture, JAXA
|Location of Experiment||
The right bank of Monobe River (Nankoku City, Kochi Prefecture)
|Outline of Experiment||
JAXA and Kochi Prefecture implemented the communication training aimed to share disaster information quickly and efficiently by Integrated Disaster Prevention Information System* and HDTV conference utilizing “Kizuna”, at FY 2014 Kochi Prefecture Integrated disaster prevention training.
*The system developed by Kochi Prefecture to gather and share the damage situation from cities, towns and villages when a disaster occurs.
The right bank of Monobe River: Portable VSAT
Kochi Prefectural Building: Portable VSAT
Information sharing by Integrated Disaster Prevention Information System utilizing “Kizuna”
Connection with Integrated Disaster Prevention Information System
All functions of Integrated Disaster Prevention Information System could be used with the same feeling as a ground communication line, for browsing disaster information and disaster database of public agencies, registering the disaster information with images or movies on the map, and viewing the live video image from the monitoring camera on a road or helicopter-carried camera, and so on.
Information sharing by HDTV conference system utilizing “Kizuna”
Operational room of Kochi Prefectural Office
“Kizuna” communication line makes it possible that more clear images such as printed maps and letters written on a whiteboard are transmitted with Hi-Vision quality. Therefore we are able to share more detailed information.