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Learn the basics of ArcGIS for remote sensing

Created by Paul Nicoara, Last Updated 08-Jun-2021, Language:English

Learn the basics of ArcGIS for remote sensing

Great skill to have in the top GIS software

Created by Paul Nicoara, Last Updated 08-Jun-2021, Language:English

What Will I Get ?

  • Basics of Remote sensing
  • Basics of ArcGIS
  • Satellite images and spectral band introduction
  • Download free satellite images
  • Generate FCC image
  • Georeferencing, defining projection
  • Generate DEM contours
  • Geoprocessing tools
  • Raster Analysis functions
  • Classification functions
  • Statistical functions
  • Imagery and raster charts

Requirements

  • Basic Computer Fundamentals & Terminologies
  • A computer installed with Windows
  • ArcGIS software installed on PC

Description

This course was created at the request of several of our users.

We made a survey, asking our followers which courses they would really love to see and this came at the top of our list.

The course presents the basics of using tools for Remote Sensing in ArcGIS. Even if it shows the basics, you can for sure find any information that you are looking for and most of the tools present in the best GIS software. 

ArcGIS has been a leading GIS software on the global market, that is constantly evolving. Taking this course now means you can be ahead of other GIS and remote sensing professionals.

We consider the course to have 10 lessons per module. Each module presents a particular Remote Sensing application. 

The first module has lessons on downloading satellite images, georeferencing them, making spatial analysis by using geoprocessing and raster tools, classification and statistics functions, creating charts and using some hydrology tools for Watershed Analysis.

We constantly try to expand the course with more modules.

Course Content

Paul Nicoara

Msc in Geomatics, Bsc in Cartography

Map making professional with over 6 years of experience.

I have worked for small and large companies in various fields, from housing agency to GPS manufacturer looking to develop super apps. I love to share my experience and knowledge with other professionals interested to develop their skill.

I constantly try to differentiate myself and the courses I help develop and to make sure the students gets the best content both in audio-video presentation and the correct rate of theory to practice within my courses.

I have studied map making at the bachelor level and geomatics at master level, at the University of Babes-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

I am open to communication and suggestions for further development.