Small ideas become the force to change the world
Space business and technologies have already become an integral part of our lives.
"Space Business Court" is a place with infinite possibilities.
It is a place that provides support for creating your new business concept.
We help to bring your ideas to life.
Window to space business to create the future
With Space as the stage, the Space Business Court aims to build a new future with you. Our technical and business experts and the companies registered on the business court are determined to suppport your ideas.
You can ask questions about anything related to space business
For example, you developed a product but you are not sure if it can be used for space business? You have a proposal for space business but don't have the technology to develop it? Space Business Court is here to help with problems during the early phase of business ventures.
Our business and technical experts are here to respond to your inquiries
The Space Business Court Advisors are all experts in their individual fields. Using their knowledge, experience and network, they will assist you to bring your business into fruition.
Chance to collaborate with other participating companies
Space Business Court is where people involved in space come together. They will support your idea using their insight and know-how and accelerate your business.
To turn your ideas into reality
At Space Business Court, there is a range of content to help bring your idea to reality. Using the latest information, the business court will support your inspiration.
Use Space Data
An online API has been developed to allow more people to have access to space-derived data. As a first release, the data from the satellite sensor ASTER is made available as open-source. API will be updated regularly to include more data to view the Earth from space.
Space API.01 ASTER-VA products
ASTER is a sensor on-board NASA's Earth-observation satellite, Terra. It is an advanced optical sensor that has 14 bands to cover the visible to infrared (IR) spectrum. The sensor has been continuously performing land observation since 2000, and currently has over 2.4 million scenes in its archive.