Course: Application of GIS & Remote Sensing in Disaster Management
A course on GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and remote sensing in disaster management would likely cover the use of spatial technology and data to support the mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery phases of natural and human-induced disasters. The course may include topics such as:
- Fundamentals of GIS and remote sensing, including data acquisition, processing, and analysis
- Applications of GIS and remote sensing in hazard assessment, vulnerability analysis, and risk management
- Use of GIS and remote sensing for disaster response and recovery operations, including damage assessment and resource management
- Integration of GIS and remote sensing with other data sources, such as demographic and socioeconomic data, to support decision-making
- Case studies and hands-on exercises using GIS and remote sensing software, such as QGIS, ArcGIS, EARDAS Imagine.
The course may be designed for students in fields such as geography, environmental science, engineering, or emergency management, who have an interest in using spatial technology to support disaster management.
Aim of the course:
The aim of a course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively use spatial technology and data to support the various phases of natural and human-induced disasters. Specifically, the course may aim to:
- Introduce students to the fundamentals of GIS and remote sensing, including data acquisition, processing, and analysis
- Provide students with an understanding of the applications of GIS and remote sensing in hazard assessment, vulnerability analysis, and risk management
- Show students how GIS and remote sensing can be used for disaster response and recovery operations, including damage assessment and resource management
- Encourage students to think critically about the integration of GIS and remote sensing with other data sources, such as demographic and socioeconomic data, to support decision-making
- Give students hands-on experience using GIS and remote sensing software through case studies and exercises, helping them to develop practical skills in spatial data analysis.
Overall, the aim of the course is to prepare students to use GIS and remote sensing effectively in the field of disaster management to help mitigate the impact of disasters, protect communities and assets, and support recovery efforts.
This course on GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Management cover a wide range of topics related to the use of spatial technology and data in disaster management. Some possible topics that may be covered include:
- Fundamentals of GIS and remote sensing: Concepts and principles of GIS and remote sensing, including data acquisition, processing, and analysis.
- Hazard assessment: Using GIS and remote sensing to identify and map potential hazards, such as floods, earthquakes, or wildfires, and to assess their potential impact.
- Vulnerability and risk analysis: Assessing the vulnerability of communities and infrastructure to hazards, and evaluating the potential consequences of different hazards.
- Emergency management: Using GIS and remote sensing for incident command and control, damage assessment, and resource management during emergency response operations.
- Disaster recovery and mitigation: Using GIS and remote sensing to support recovery efforts and mitigation measures, such as rebuilding damaged infrastructure and identifying areas for hazard reduction.
- Remote sensing data: Techniques and platforms used in remote sensing and how to process and analyze the data.
- GIS software and applications: Hands-on experience using GIS software such as ArcGIS or QGIS and other GIS applications in disaster management.
- Interdisciplinary approach: Integrating GIS and remote sensing with other data sources, such as demographics and socioeconomic data, to support decision-making in disaster management.
- Case studies: Examining real-world examples of the use of GIS and remote sensing in disaster management, such as response and recovery efforts following natural disasters.
The course may also include a practical component, such as lab sessions or fieldwork, where students can apply the concepts and techniques covered in the course to real-world data.
Course Fee and Training Module
- Course Name: Applications of GIS & Remote Sensing in Disaster Management.
- Class Duration: Up to 2 hour per class / 5 weekly classes
- Program Duration :1 Month
- Certificate will be awarded post training completion.
- Post training support available
- Mode of Training : Instructor Led Interactive Live Classroom 1:1 Online / Offline Training.
- Class Timings: Available slots between 07:00 am to 09:00 pm (Indian Standard Time)
- Cost: Rs 24000.00/- (all inc.)
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- Note: Fee includes course material, which will be made available to all participants both during and after the conclusion of the training. Participants will receive course manual in pdf or printed format, a zipped folder with exercise database and a certificate of training completion.
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