The G7 Digital and Technology Ministers' Meeting was held on April 29th and 30th in Takasaki City, Gunma Prefecture. Along with the G7, the "Digital Technology Exhibition" was also held at G Messe Gunma, introducing the advanced technologies of domestic companies, universities and organizations.
The Space Service Innovation Laboratory (SSIL), in which NSI participates, also set up a booth and introduced a "spatial ID" that can uniquely identify spatial information of different standards, as a mechanism which can easily integrate and search different types of spatial information and perform high-speed processing. At this booth, NSI introduced technology that integrates and uses multiple satellite data using calibration technology to Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Nishimura and other G7 meeting participants.
At this digital technology exhibition, many space development ventures such as Axelspace and Synpective exhibited, and the importance of space data utilization in the development of digital technology was reaffirmed.