In order to take action against marine debris, it is first necessary to understand
the actual situation of marine debris. In particular, a wide-area survey is indispensable for studying
measures related to waste management at the municipal level. However, it is not realistic to do this
with raw manpower.
This service uses images taken by satellites to diagnose marine debris over a wide area without relying
on human maritime tactics. Detailed, long-term, and autonomous marine debris information is acquired
remotely and analyzed using AI to visualize debris drifting along a wide-area coastline on a 100-km
A satellite image of a beach and the
identified the location of marine debris using AI analysis.
Using images taken by satellites, the system remotely and autonomously acquires
marine debris information over a long period of time, and using AI-based analysis, visualizes debris
drifting along a wide area coastline on a 100 km scale.
Direct survey of the coast using drones or by field investigation can be conducted as needed. Surveys
with historical satellite data, weather-related data, and litter cleanup history can also be combined.
* The standard process takes
3 months from the start of discussion. * Ongoing surveys can be conducted on an annual basis.
Standard Plan : 4,500,000 JPY
Survey coverage of up to 200 km /
1 implementation of satellite photography
Location: 1-1-13, Kitamagome, Ota-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Representative: Yu Kudo, CEO
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