ALISys is an abbreviation for Advanced Land Imaging System, and the company has the core of advanced landmine exploration radar system (ALIS) and advanced surface monitoring radar system (MIMO GB-SAR) possessed by Sato Laboratory (Tohoku University). ALISys Co., Ltd. established for the purpose that improving the efficiency of humanitarian demining work in conflict-affected countries, controlling landslides and aging damage in Japan and overseas using these advanced surface measurement technologies.
1. Development, manufacture, sales and operation of surface-mount synthetic aperture radar (GB-SAR)
2. Development, manufacture, sales and operation of portable landmine detection sensors (ALIS)
3. Consulting on surface and underground visualization radar
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Professor Sato met with CMAC secretary, Heng Ratana at CMAC Headquarters in Phnom Penh and signed a MoU to continue conducting integration trials of ALIS landmine detection system within CMAC demining operations in the minefield.
2021/11/24 NEW ーALIS first delivery！ー
ALIS has been delivered to the Bosnia and Herzegovina office of NATO SPS (Science for Peace and Security). This is the first delivery of the ALIS commercial machine. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to EBISTRADE Co., Ltd. and many others who have cooperated in the practical application of ALIS.
NATO SPS collaborator Sead Vrana introduced NATO’s ALIS research project on TV (CNN N1 channel) in Bosnia and Herzeegovina.
Our CTO, Professor Motoyuki Sato of Tohoku University, provided guidance on the basic operation of ALIS to eight team leaders of the demining team of the Federation of Bosnia and Hertzegovina on the web.
2021/6/8 Our CTO Professor Motoyuki Sato of Tohoku University received the 2020 IEICE Paper Award. The content is a summary of cutting-edge research on GB-SAR, which is also being developed by our company and is used for monitoring landslides and social infrastructure. Please refer to the press of Tohoku University below. http://www2.cneas.tohoku.ac.jp/news/news210605.html
In the future, we will further promote the social spread of GB-SAR.