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What is SATAID?

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What is SATAID?

SATAID (Satellite Animation and Interactive Diagnosis) SATAID (Satellite Animation and Interactive Diagnosis) is a set of CAL software for MS-Windows that enables the use of a range of meteorological data with a focus on satellite imagery. The core parts of the SATAID system are GMSLPW (the viewer program) and LRITAPL (the menu program). There are a few varieties of SATAID such as GMSLPD, which is specialized for tropical cyclone anaysis.

SATAID Operation Manual

Please refer to the SATAID Operation Manual (PDF: 5,733 KB) on this website.

How to install SATAID

The latest version of SATAID and related programs can be downloaded from the SATAID Program Page on this website. Installation of the latest version is recommended. The program version can be checked under the Property section of the runtime file or in the program itself under the Help-About menu option.

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  • There are no restrictions in using JMA's VL resources, SATAID and its manual for non-commercial purposes.
  • JMA's VL resources and SATAID should not be reproduced and not be provided to any third party.
  • The source should be properly acknowledged in any work obtained with the JMA's VL resources and SATAID.

Disclaimer

JMA does not guarantee regarding the correctness, accuracy, reliability, or any other aspect regarding use of JMA's VL resources and SATAID.
The user assumes the entire risk related to use of JMA's VL resources and SATAID.

  • JMA does not accept liability for any damage caused by the use of JMA's VL resources and SATAID.
  • Further support on JMA's VL resources, SATAID and relevant manuals are not be guaranteed.
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