Principles and Applications of Integrating GIS, GPS and Remote Sensing<|
ATI's GIS, GPS, and Remote Sensing (Geomatics) course
This four-day course will provide a
technical overview of the current state of
Geographic Information Systems and the
integration of this powerful tool with GPS,
remote sensing, and other data. This course is
designed for those currently using GIS, those
who are considering purchasing GIS systems,
and managers who wish to better understand
the issues involved in properly utilizing these
The course provides an overview of the
origins, current status, and future directions
and applications of Geomatics tools.
Information on GIS resources and making
these tools work well in your own
organization are highlighted.
What You Will Learn:
- What is GIS, and how does it work?
- What is the current status of these tools?
- What are the areas of future growth and new commercial markets for Geomatics?
- How are GIS/GPS/remote sensing and other tools functionally integrated?
- How can I successfully harness these tools and avoid problems?
From this course you will obtain a
good overview of the origins, current
status and future directions of GIS
and how the functional integration
with remote sensing, GPS and other
tools will develop new commercial
markets and applications.e first time.
- Principles of GIS. Maps, scale, GIS origins, the development of GIS,
map decomposition, map algebra, current GIS market estimates, future
market projections and trends. Major players.
- GIS Data. Point, line, and polygon data. Raster, vector and voxel data.
Database structures. Data types: continuous, ordinal and discrete data.
Integrating different data structures and data types.
- General Overview of GIS Capabilities and Functions. Data
collection, management, manipulation, analysis, display and
- Components of GIS Systems. Software, operating systems, hardware,
peripherals, data, people, management, infrastructure.
- Data Types and Data Sources. Raster, vector, point data sources.
Government sources (USGS, etc.) Commercial sources, Sources of
international data, remote sensing data sources.
- GIS Data. GIS digitizing. Digitizing paper map data. Incorporating
existing database information. Incorporating GPS data.
- GIS Resources. Web resources, journals, magazines, societies, meetings
- Remote Sensing and GIS. ncorporation of remote sensing data into
GIS. Remote sensing data types and sources, issues of incorporating and
processing raster remote sensing data with vector GIS.
- GPS and GIS. Incorporation of GPS and other telemetry data into GIS.
GPS, Gloanas, Argos, and other data types and sources, issues of
incorporating and processing point and time data within the GIS
- Visualization and Simulation. The role of visualization and simulation
technologies in GIS.
- Practical Issues in successfully and productively using these
technologies. Where do I start? Defining a plan to choose the right
software/hardware/data, common problems and issues in organizing your
GIS operation. Successes and horror stories.
- The Future of Geomatics. Where is this all going? What are the major
new issues and developing technologies? What are the new commercial,
scientific, and governmental applications and markets? Trends in
software and hardware.
This course is not on the current schedule of open enrollment courses. If you are interested in attending this or another course as open enrollment, please contact us at (410) 956-8805 or at email@example.com and indicate the course name and number of students who wish to participate. ATI typically schedules courses with a lead time of 3-5 months. Group courses can be presented at your facility. For on-site pricing, request an on-site quote. You may also call us at (410) 956-8805 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.