The PHL-Microsat Program is a three-year space research and development program that ran from 2014 to 2018. This page is maintained by its successor, STAMINA4Space.

Project 3

Development of a Data Processing, Archiving, and Distribution Sub-system for the Ground Receiving Station of the Philippine Microsatellite (PHL-MICROSAT)

Project Leader

Engr. Mark Edwin Tupas

Hosting Institution

Training Center for Applied Geodesy and Photogrammetry and the Department of Geodetic Engineering

University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, 1101 PHILIPPINES




Remote Sensing (RS) applications encompasses almost all national government initiatives, these includes applications for Disaster Risk Reduction, Resource Mapping, Food Security and Defense among others. To reap the benefits of RS, operationalization of remote sensing applications and products must be put forward. Operationalization can happen when an automated request and delivery system is in place. The development of data processing, archiving and distribution system would stream line the delivery of RS products to end-users such as NGAs, LGUs and researchers.