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講演抄録/キーワード
講演名 2012-10-11 12:00
[ポスター講演]Current Status and Future Plan of KMA Meteorological Satellite Program
Dohyeong KimHoseung LeeSunmi NaSungduck YoonHee-Sang LeeKMASANE2012-65
抄録 (和) Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA) has been developed Meteorological Satellite program since 2003 and successfully launched first Korean geostationary weather satellite - Communication, Ocean, and Meteorological Satellite (COMS) on June 26, 2010. Korea became the world。ッs 7th nation to possess an independent meteorological satellite now.

COMS produces full disk imagery every 3 hours and extended Northern Hemisphere imagery every 15 minutes. In particular, COMS has been focusing on the Korean Peninsula 8 times an hour to expect early detect of abrupt high-impact weather events such as typhoons and summertime heavy rains which frequency increase by a factor of 4 compared with the past. MEARI, the 5th typhoon in 2011, is the good example of well applied COMS high temporal data.

COMS Meteorological Data Processing System (CMDPS) provides 16 baseline products including information on Atmospheric motion vector, Asian dust, sea surface temperature and land surface temperature over the East Asian region. These products will help improve the performance of NWP models for weather analysis and forecast. In the long term, they will be used in the analysis and prediction of climate change around the Asian region.

Since April 1 2011, KMA starts to provide COMS data to the countries in the Asia Pacific region for free and actively deploys the satellite receiving system support project for the countries in Southeast Asia to improve the utilization of COMS data. In particular, KMA/NMSC has been providing a training program for about one month for the forecasters and satellite imaging analysis experts in the Asia Pacific region including the Philippines, Vietnam, Mongolia and Papua New Guinea every year since 2007.

The Geo-KOMPSAT-2 (COMS follow-on) development program was kicked-off on May 2012. The Geo-KOMPSAT-2 consists of a pair of satellites for multi-purpose. One is for meteorological mission only, Geo-KOMPSAT-2A and will be scheduled to launch in 2017. The Geo-KOMPSAT-2B is for ocean and environmental purpose which is to launch in 2018. KMA is considering a meteorological instrument comparable to the ABI (GOES-R) or FCI (MTG) as follows:
- Multi-channel capacity : 16 channels (including 2-3 visible channels)
- Spatial resolution : 0.5 km for visible channels and 2 km for infrared channels
- Fast imaging : less than 10 minutes for Full Disk observation
- Flexibility for the regional area selection and scheduling 
(英) Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA) has been developed Meteorological Satellite program since 2003 and successfully launched first Korean geostationary weather satellite - Communication, Ocean, and Meteorological Satellite (COMS) on June 26, 2010. Korea became the world。ッs 7th nation to possess an independent meteorological satellite now.

COMS produces full disk imagery every 3 hours and extended Northern Hemisphere imagery every 15 minutes. In particular, COMS has been focusing on the Korean Peninsula 8 times an hour to expect early detect of abrupt high-impact weather events such as typhoons and summertime heavy rains which frequency increase by a factor of 4 compared with the past. MEARI, the 5th typhoon in 2011, is the good example of well applied COMS high temporal data.

COMS Meteorological Data Processing System (CMDPS) provides 16 baseline products including information on Atmospheric motion vector, Asian dust, sea surface temperature and land surface temperature over the East Asian region. These products will help improve the performance of NWP models for weather analysis and forecast. In the long term, they will be used in the analysis and prediction of climate change around the Asian region.

Since April 1 2011, KMA starts to provide COMS data to the countries in the Asia Pacific region for free and actively deploys the satellite receiving system support project for the countries in Southeast Asia to improve the utilization of COMS data. In particular, KMA/NMSC has been providing a training program for about one month for the forecasters and satellite imaging analysis experts in the Asia Pacific region including the Philippines, Vietnam, Mongolia and Papua New Guinea every year since 2007.

The Geo-KOMPSAT-2 (COMS follow-on) development program was kicked-off on May 2012. The Geo-KOMPSAT-2 consists of a pair of satellites for multi-purpose. One is for meteorological mission only, Geo-KOMPSAT-2A and will be scheduled to launch in 2017. The Geo-KOMPSAT-2B is for ocean and environmental purpose which is to launch in 2018. KMA is considering a meteorological instrument comparable to the ABI (GOES-R) or FCI (MTG) as follows:
- Multi-channel capacity : 16 channels (including 2-3 visible channels)
- Spatial resolution : 0.5 km for visible channels and 2 km for infrared channels
- Fast imaging : less than 10 minutes for Full Disk observation
- Flexibility for the regional area selection and scheduling
キーワード (和) KMA / COMS / Meteorological Satellite / / / / /  
(英) KMA / COMS / Meteorological Satellite / / / / /  
文献情報 信学技報, vol. 112, no. 229, SANE2012-65, pp. 51-56, 2012年10月.
資料番号 SANE2012-65 
発行日 2012-10-03 (SANE) 
ISSN Print edition: ISSN 0913-5685  Online edition: ISSN 2432-6380
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研究会情報
研究会 SANE  
開催期間 2012-10-10 - 2012-10-12 
開催地(和) The SONGDO CONVENSIA, Incheon Korea 
開催地(英) The SONGDO CONVENSIA, Incheon Korea 
テーマ(和) ICSANE 2012 (International Conference on Space, Aeronautical and Navigational Electronics) 
テーマ(英) ICSANE 2012 (International Conference on Space, Aeronautical and Navigational Electronics) 
講演論文情報の詳細
申込み研究会 SANE 
会議コード 2012-10-SANE 
本文の言語 英語 
タイトル(和)  
サブタイトル(和)  
タイトル(英) Current Status and Future Plan of KMA Meteorological Satellite Program 
サブタイトル(英)  
キーワード(1)(和/英) KMA / KMA  
キーワード(2)(和/英) COMS / COMS  
キーワード(3)(和/英) Meteorological Satellite / Meteorological Satellite  
キーワード(4)(和/英) /  
キーワード(5)(和/英) /  
キーワード(6)(和/英) /  
キーワード(7)(和/英) /  
キーワード(8)(和/英) /  
第1著者 氏名(和/英/ヨミ) Dohyeong Kim / Dohyeong Kim /
第1著者 所属(和/英) Korea Meteorological Administration (略称: KMA)
Korea Meteorological Administration (略称: KMA)
第2著者 氏名(和/英/ヨミ) Hoseung Lee / Hoseung Lee /
第2著者 所属(和/英) Korea Meteorological Administration (略称: KMA)
Korea Meteorological Administration (略称: KMA)
第3著者 氏名(和/英/ヨミ) Sunmi Na / Sunmi Na /
第3著者 所属(和/英) Korea Meteorological Administration (略称: KMA)
Korea Meteorological Administration (略称: KMA)
第4著者 氏名(和/英/ヨミ) Sungduck Yoon / Sungduck Yoon /
第4著者 所属(和/英) Korea Meteorological Administration (略称: KMA)
Korea Meteorological Administration (略称: KMA)
第5著者 氏名(和/英/ヨミ) Hee-Sang Lee / Hee-Sang Lee /
第5著者 所属(和/英) Korea Meteorological Administration (略称: KMA)
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講演者
発表日時 2012-10-11 12:00:00 
発表時間 120 
申込先研究会 SANE 
資料番号 IEICE-SANE2012-65 
巻番号(vol) IEICE-112 
号番号(no) no.229 
ページ範囲 pp.51-56 
ページ数 IEICE-6 
発行日 IEICE-SANE-2012-10-03 


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