The IARC-JAXA Information System (IJIS) is a geoinformatics facility for satellite image analysis and computational modeling in support of international collaborative research in Arctic and in global climate change at the International Arctic Research Center (IARC). IJIS client PCs are installed at JAXA’s space (Room 415) in IARC with 28 cubicles for users (including temporal users). IJIS system is available for IJIS researchers (PI/CIs) upon request as well as cubicles. For more information about computing resources available for users, please consult following pages. If you are interested in using IJIS, please read "Qualification for IJIS Users."
Client PCs with Windows and Linux, servers and printers are available for IJIS research activities at ｓｅｖｅｒａｌ cubicles in IARC 415.
IJIS has a suite of general office software and a sort of GIS software for research in arctic region using satellite remote sensing.
We provide the following satellite images for Arctic researches. If you are interested to use it, please ask JAXA for detail.
-ALOS (PALSAR, AVNIR2, PRISM)
-AMSR-E (Sea-Ice, SST, SWE, and so on)
-MODIS Near-Real Time
We provide 28 cubicles for researchers, including 15 cubicles with Linux and Windows client PCs.