GEOG335 | INTRODUCTION TO REMOTE SENSING

Definition of remote sensing and its development, data collection techniques, the physical bases of remote sensing, types and characteristics of aerial photos, stereovision, principles of analyzing and interpretation of aerial photos, multispectral satellite data, types, characteristics and uses of satellite sensors, satellite platforms: Landsat, SPOT and IKONOS, radar satellites, digital images and their enhancement techniques, image processing and classification. Practical training to use software for remote sensing data analysis (3 credit hours: 2 theoretical hours and 2 hours lab)

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ENPL338 | GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
GEOG232 | PRINCIPLES OF CARTOGRAPHY
ENCE338 | CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWING