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Certified Course in Geographic Information System (GIS)

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Conceptualizing Framework: Developing the Ability to Capture & Analyse Spatial and Geographic Data

Explore the world of spatial analysis and cartography with Geographic Information Systems (GIS). We enable you to map virtually anything that exists on the surface of the Earth, and then examine what you've mapped to look for things like clusters or relationships over distance and time, to be able to see things that you might not have been able to understand or notice any other way. With state-of-the-art technologies and resources coming together, let’s get into the less explored areas, demonstrate some real-world applications, and enhance the advancement. The course aims to provide the students with the opportunity to acquire detailed and systematic knowledge and critical understanding of spatial environment-related processes (including state of the art technologies for data collection and analysis), as well as the ability to independently develop innovative solutions to complex problems in the area of the environment. This course in GIS involves interdisciplinary studies in scientific, technical and social science subjects and should prepare students for employment in the public and private sectors, both nationally and internationally. Prospective career opportunities are in the fields of climate change studies, smart city development, urban and rural planning, disaster management and GIS and remote sensing.

Industry Relevance

For thousands of years, maps have been fascinating and powerful sources of information. GIS combines the best of visualization and technology. Today's maps are not just reference sources, they are dynamic, and you can change them to suit whatever need you have or problem you are trying to solve. GIS connects, analyisis, and maps everything you'd like to discover about the world, any attribute you'd like to associate with a physical space, and presents it in detail. It is a bridge to all the answers you want about the physical world. GIS is a green technology that is making a difference on our planet and to its people every day for key decisions about wildlife habitat, human health, renewable energy, climate change, water quality and availability, biodiversity conservation, and so much more. If you think that a mountain of data exists now, just wait until next year. GIS allows you to investigate what-if scenarios, model, ask questions, and investigate possible outcomes, and predicts accurate information based on the data gathered. A career where GIS is a fundamental part of your day allows you to be immersed in a field where you can continually grow and move forward in an environment of lifelong learning. Many, if not most, of the GIS-related jobs in the future have not even been invented yet, so make yourself relevant,

Course Pre-Qualification

A background in Geography and studies related to the physical world like climate change, environmental science, and so on.

Recommended Audience

Graduate and Post-graduate Students, Research Scholars, Professionals from Government Departments (Both State and Central), Non-governmental Organisation, Universities and Educational Institutions, Specialized in Application of GIS and Remote Sensing in Various Disciplines.

What will your students learn?

You shall learn how GIS grew from paper maps to the globally integrated electronic software packages of today. You shall learn how to create GIS data, how to find and evaluate data found online design an effective map, and how to filter data and analyze spatial relationships, and how to work with satellite imagery. You shall be able to open up ArcGIS and explore data using ArcMap and learn the foundational concepts of GIS and how to analyze data. And you can make your own maps! You shall be able symbolize data and create an eye-catching final product, share your data and maps and learn to store and organize your data. You shall be able to subset data using selections, and explore feature attributes and you will learn about projections and use that knowledge as we run geoprocessing tools.

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  • 3D Logo 90 Learning Credits
  • 3D Logo 2 Months Duration
  • 3D Logo Best suited for 18+
  • 3D Logo Online Mode
  • 3D Logo Beginner Level
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Curriculum

History of GIS

What is GIS?

GIS Functions

Components of GIS

GIS Capabilities

Advantages & Applications of GIS

Processes of Remote Sensing

Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR)

Interaction of EMR With Atmosphere and Earth

Spectral Reflectance and Spectral Signature

Remote Sensing Systems

Why Remote Sensing?

Sensors

Resolution

Remote Sensing Data

Remote Sensing Data Utilization

Remote Sensing Applications

Components of a GPS

Types of Receivers by Application

How GPS Works

Factors that Affect GPS

GPS Positioning Types

GPS Applications

Software Introduction - ARCGIS/ QGIS

Data Inputting and Georeferencing

Digitizing Map Data

Vector Styling and Symbolization

Making a Map

Usage of Plugins

Basis Data Models

Vector Data Models

Raster Data Models

Triangulated Irregular Network Data Model

Choosing a Spatial Data Representation

Working with Attributes

Information Management

Application Oriented Approach

The Database Approach

Database Terms

Types of Database Management Systems

Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS)

Database Design

Database Implementation

Geoprocessing

Geoprocessing Tools

Performing Geoprocessing Tasks

Factors Affecting the Analysis

Types of Geographic Features

Vector Analysis Practical

Assignment for Vector Analysis

Cell Based Modelling with Raster

Data Integration

The Raster Calculator

Cell Distribution and Statistics

Surface Analysis

Spatial Modelling

Interpolation Methods

Conversion

Assignment: Raster Analysis

Types of Network Features

Network Flow

Network Weights

Analysis on a Network

How Networks are Built

Network Snapping Models

Network Build Errors

Linear referencing

Practical Experience with Utility Network Analysis

Three Dimensional Visualization Techniques, Data Exporting and Conversion

Image Interpretation

Practical Experience with 3D Analysis

Image Statistics and Histograms

Image Restoration

Image Enhancement

Digital Image Classification

Practical Experience with Levels Extraction Techniques

What is a Map?

Elements of a Map

Map Characteristics

The Shape of the Earth

Measurements on the Globe

Map Projection Concepts

Projection Types Based on Projection Surface

Determining a Coordinate System

Development of a Interactive Web GIS Platform

Case Studies and Real Time Project Implementation

Schedule

Three Class per Week

Skills Acquired

  • Geographic Information System

  • Cartography

  • Mapping

  • Spatial Analysis

  • Remote Sensing

  • GPS

  • ARCGIS/ QGIS

  • Spatial Data Models

  • Database Concepts in GIS

  • Vector Analysis

  • Raster Analysis

  • Utility Network Analysis

  • 3D Analysis

  • Digital Image Processing

  • Development of a Interactive Web GIS Platform

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