Course: 1 month GIS AND REMOTE SENSING training.
Class starts on : 1/08/2023
Online Virtual Training Live Class

Course details-

Course name: 1  Month GIS and Remote Sensing Training.

Total seats available per batch: 30 [limited seats kindly book early]

Class Duration: 1 hour per class

Course Duration: 1 Month

Cost: Rs 5,999/-(all inc.)

Mode: Online with GIS Instructor (LIVE CLASS) 

Training Completion Certificate: YES

College and Univesity students join In group of 10 students and get additional 12% special discount offer.

Admission open for august Batch>

Admission Batch details

# Batch 1: 10 am to 11 pm (at full capacity, no seats left)

# Batch 2: 11 am to 12 pm (at full capacity, no seats left)

# Batch 3: 12 pm to 1 pm ***(sold out)***

# Batch 4: 2 pm to 3 pm (at full capacity, no seats left)

# Batch 5: 3 pm to 4 pm (at full capacity, no seats left)

# Batch 6: 4 pm to 5 pm ***(seats available)***

Course Module

WEEK 1

  • Introduction to GIS and Remote Sensing. (theory+practical)
  • Application of GIS. (theory+practical)
  • What is GIS ? (theory+practical)
  • What is Remote Sensing? (theory+practical)
  • Type of Data used in GIS. (theory+practical)
  • Introduction to Raster Data and Vector Data. (theory+practical)
  • Remote Sensing (RS)
    i. Introduction
    ii. Remote Sensing Process
    iii. Passive And Active Remote Sensing 
  • Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) 
  • Resolution
  • Types of Resolutions in RS
    a. Spatial Resolution
    b. Spectral Resolution
    c. Temporal Resolution
    d. Radiometric Resolution 

WEEK 2

  • What is GPS/DGPS/GCP (theory+practical)
  •  What are Projection Systems, UTM Zones, 
  • Electro Magnetic Spectrum (EMR)
  • Types of Remote Sensing
  • Digital Image Processing
  • i. Introduction
  • ii. Working with Image Processing
  • iii. Preface to Image Processing by using software
  • Global Positioning System (GPS)
    i. Introduction
    ii. DGPS
    iii. Basic Concepts
    iv. Ways GPS can be used in GIS
    v. Method of operation
    vi. GPS/GIS Applications in Planning 
  • Georeferencing
    i. Introduction
    ii. Raw Satellite Image (Before Rectification)
    iii. Ground Control Points(GCP)
    iv. Types of Rectification 
  • Basics Components of Map i. Introduction ii. Map Scaling iii. Geographic Grids iv. Large and Small Scale Maps v. Scale Bars vi. Latitude and Longitude vii. Datum viii. Map Projection ix. Types of Map Projection x. Types of Maps a. Topographic Maps b. Large Scale Maps c. Thematic Maps xi. Layers of GIS xii. Data Sources and Input Techniques

WEEK 3

  • Data Representation i. Spatial Data Representation a. Vector data Representation b. Raster data Representation ii. Non- Spatial Data Representation a. Attribute Table b. Relational Database Model c. Attribute Data Creation 
  • Metadata
  • Exploring With Google Earth
    a. Locate Co-ordinates
    b. Navigation in Google Earth
    c. Measuring Distance and Area
    d. Integrating with QGIS
    e. Drawing paths and polygons
    f. Using image overlays
    g. Tilting and viewing hilly terrain
  • Geo Referencing
    a.Introduction
    b. Capturing Image for workspace
    c. Vector Data Input (Latitude and Longitude)
    d. Spatial Data editing (raster image) 
  • Digitization
    a.Creating Shape file (point, polyline, polygon)
    b. Editing
  • Adding Data to attribute table
  • Hyperlinking of data into websites/documents/folders
  • Symbolizing Map
    11. Map Layout
    a. Layout Creation
    b. Multiple Dataframe
    c. Export maps based on specific field
    d. Map Export with Multiple DataDriven Pages

Week 4

  • Image Classification
    a.Supervised Classification
    b.Unsupervised Classification 
  • Spatial Analysis
    Introduction
    Applications
    b. Flood Analysis
    c. Interpolation
    IDW
    Kriging
    Natural Neighbour
    Spline
    Trend
    d. Terrain and Slope Creation
    e. Contour Creation from Elevation 
  • Hydrology Creation of DEM
    Watershed Analysis
  • Mosaic images
  • Creation of Contours from Google Earth Elevation Data
  • Conclusion

What will you learn by the end of the training?

After completing a one-month training program in GIS (Geographic Information System) and remote sensing, you can expect to acquire a solid foundation in several key areas. Here are some of the topics you may learn and skills you may develop:

  1. Fundamentals of GIS: You will likely gain an understanding of the basic principles and concepts of GIS, including spatial data types, coordinate systems, and map projections.
  2. Spatial Data Analysis: You’ll learn techniques for analyzing spatial data, such as overlay operations, proximity analysis, spatial statistics, and network analysis.
  3. Data Collection and Integration: You may learn various methods of data collection, including GPS (Global Positioning System) data collection, digitizing, and data conversion. You’ll also learn how to integrate different data sources into a GIS.
  4. Remote Sensing Principles: You’ll gain an understanding of remote sensing technology, including the different types of sensors and platforms used for data acquisition, such as satellites and aerial imagery.
  5. Image Processing and Analysis: You may learn how to preprocess and enhance remotely sensed images, perform image classification, extract information from images, and interpret remote sensing data.
  6. Spatial Data Visualization: You’ll learn techniques for visualizing spatial data using maps, charts, and graphs. This includes creating thematic maps, 3D visualizations, and interactive web-based maps.
  7. GIS Data Management: You may learn about database concepts and how to manage spatial data effectively, including data storage, organization, querying, and editing.
  8. Applications of GIS and Remote Sensing: You’ll explore various real-world applications of GIS and remote sensing in different fields, such as urban planning, environmental management, agriculture, disaster management, and natural resource exploration.
  9. Software Proficiency: You’ll gain experience with popular GIS and remote sensing software packages, such as ArcGIS, QGIS, ERDAS Imagine, and ENVI.

Payment In Favour:

Total payable amount: Rs 5,999/- only (all inc.)

  • Account Name: Gis Vision India
  • Bank Name: Yes Bank
  • Account Type: Current Account
  • Account Number: 006563300003647
  • IFSC Code: YESB0000065
  • Payment Options :Secure Transactions with Online banking/Google Pay/NEFT/IMPS/RTGS/UPI/Western Union Money transfer. 
  • NB: Post payment you will receive GIS exercise database modules, softwares, study materials (soft copy) & payment invoice via email. Contact us for class timings.