Pakistan became an associate member of Asia-Oceania Space Weather Alliance (AOSWA) in 2012. The AOSWA is a regional forum for the development of collaboration and promotion of space weather activities in the Asia and Oceania region. AOSWA strives to create regional linkages of information of space weather for operations and researches. The major objectives of AOSWA are:
Regional exchange of both real-time and achieved data between Asia and Oceania countries, including sun and solar, geomagnetic and ionospheric observation and computer simulation data
Research collaboration between Asia Oceania countries on space weather.
Communication and information exchange for space weather operation research and education (outreach).
Membership at AOSWA has helped SUPARCO gain access to valuable space weather data for its research projects.