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Diploma in Remote Sensing and GIS Training

    This course gives you real insights in the industry of the tools used and process involved. This covers all the tools needed to work in this field and create a real world impact.
  • Geographic Inormation System (GIS)

  • Remote Sensing (RS)

  • Fundamentals of Geoinformatics

  • Spatial Data Analysis & Modeling

  • Aerial Photography and Photogrammetry

  • Application of RS and GIS

  • Diploma Certificate With 1 Sem & 2 Sem Marks Statement

Advance Course in GIS and Remote Sensing Training

    This course covers the advanced topics in this field with hands on experience on the tools available.
  • Geographic Inormation System (GIS)

  • Remote Sensing (RS)

  • Fundamentals of Geoinformatics

  • Fundamental Geoinformatics

  • Advanced Geographic Information System

  • Spatial Data Analysis & Modeling

  • Advamce Course Certificate With Marks Statement

GIS Short Term & Certificate Courses

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Careers in GIS and Remote Sensing

Today every area ranging from missile and unmanned aerial vehicle technology to urban administration, e-governance, remote sensing, energy sector, and even advertising and marketing depend on geospatial data. GIS and Remote Sensing are two exciting areas of technology to work on. But, what exactly are GIS and remote sensing? How do they work? WhatHow are the career scopes in GIS and remote sensing?

A geographic information system (GIS) is a framework for gathering, managing, and analyzing data. Rooted in the science of geography, GIS integrates many types of data. It analyzes spatial location and organizes layers of information into visualizations using maps and 3D scenes.

Introduction to Geographic Information System (GIS)

Geographic information system (GIS) is a special system which is designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present all types of geographical data on earth. GIS technology is an integrated database which has all the information like population characteristics, economic development opportunities, and vegetation types, maps etc. GIS allows to link the databases and maps and create dynamic displays. It also provides tools to visualize, query, and overlay the databases which are technically not possible through spreadsheets.

Introduction to Remote Sensing

While GIS helps in explaining and predicting the events on earth, remote sensing is an art and science of measuring the earth with the help of sensors. Remote sensors generally collect the data by detecting the energy that is reflected back from Earth. These sensors are arranged on airplanes and satellites. Remote sensors collect the data in the form of images and manipulate them for analyzing and visualizing the data. GIS and Remote sensors are interrelated as these remote sensors are integrated within GIS systems to visualize and interpret the collected data.

How do GIS and Remote Sensing work

Geographic science utilizes GIS technology. Remote sensors are integrated into the GIS system and this together helps in understanding the maps, weather conditions, population density and many things related to earthly conditions.

Applications of GIS

The automation of GIS is not only used for mapping. It is also used in various fields like

  • Petroleum- For finding petroleum refineries.

  • Telecommunications- For maintaining the network signals.

  • Transportation- To understand the traffic and mobility on roads.

  • Real Estate- To survey the land registrations.

  • Manufacturing- To identifying the mineral ores.

  • Natural & Sustainable Resources- To identify geographical resources.

  • Many other sectors like Education, Government, Health, Insurance, Public Safety, Retail, Electric and Gas Utilities etc make use of GIS systems for various purposes.