• Remote Sensing &GIS Technologies

  • 08-Nov-2021 to 12-Nov-2021

  • Residential

  • National

  • Webniar Learning

  • Remote Sensing and GIS

  • NRSC

Overview

Remote sensing is a type of geospatial technology that samples emitted and reflected electromagnetic (EM) radiation from the Earth’s terrestrial, atmospheric, and aquatic ecosystems in order to detect and monitor the physical characteristics of an area without making physical contact GIS remote sensing: Geographic Information System (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manage, analyze, manipulate, and present geographic or spatial data -- satellite remote sensing provides an important source of spatial data. Remote sensing and GIS work together to gather, store, analyze, and visualize data from virtually any geographic position on Earth.

Objective

Remote sensing is a type of geospatial technology that samples emitted and reflected electromagnetic (EM) radiation from the Earth’s terrestrial, atmospheric, and aquatic ecosystems in order to detect and monitor the physical characteristics of an area without making physical contact GIS remote sensing: Geographic Information System (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manage, analyze, manipulate, and present geographic or spatial data -- satellite remote sensing provides an important source of spatial data. Remote sensing and GIS work together to gather, store, analyze, and visualize data from virtually any geographic position on Earth.

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