The Radiowave Remote Sensing Laboratory develops remote sensing technologies using radio waves to address global environmental problems and to help mitigate natural disasters.
The Space Weather and Environment Informatics Laboratory uses information technology to forecast space weather disturbances and thus reduces damage caused by space hazards.
The Space-Time Standards Laboratory plays an important role to establish standards of time-frequency and positioning with high precision and thus contributes to a secure and safe social infrastructure. Furthermore, advanced researches on useful applications of Japan Standard Time and measurements related to the precise global reference frame are conducted.
The Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratory maintains the EM environment through research on EMC as well as testing and calibration services.
The Remote Sensing Fundamentals Laboratory develops new remote-sensing technology by applying state-of-the-art high-frequency devices.