The document is divided into the following chapters: Introduction, Sensors, Microwaves, Image Analysis, Applications, and more. Each chapter includes descriptions, definitions, graphics, and diagrams. Additionally, each chapter ends with a short answer review question along with its answer.
This all-online, face-to-face, or hybrid exploratory course introduces you to the fundamental concepts of Geospatial Science and how Geospatial Technology (GST) is used to measure, imagine, study, and discover our complex and everchanging human and natural world. You will learn the basic techniques of cartography (mapping), GPS (global positioning systems), GIS (Geographic 1 Information Systems),
This is an advanced geospatial course that introduces and analyzes important concepts, issues, and methods related to a variety of multispectral and other types of remotely sensed imagery (e.g., satellite and airborne platforms). The major objectives are to provide students with both a foundation in understanding different types of imagery and how to process imagery
A course in the Vehicle Engineering Technician, Automotive Technology Associate Degree at Macomb Community College This course introduces students to principles of sensors (GPS, MEMS, LIDAR, Radar, Ultrasonic, Infrared) used in connected and automated vehicles, locomotion, autonomous mobile robots.
This course will provide an introduction to Precision Agriculture technologies, covering both the applications and the different technologies (e.g. geographic information systems (GIS), global positioning systems (GPS), remote sensing systems, variable rate application etc that make precision farming possible. Precision Agriculture course developed for students of agricultural educational institutions by agriculture science specialization.
This PowerPoint presentation, made available by Clark State Community College, provides basic information on twelve different mobile applications that can be used to aid in various aspects of precision agriculture. Examples of application utility include drone monitoring, crop management, use of satellite imagery to monitor crops, plant stand calculations, weed identification, and more.
This applied geospatial course introduces students to primary data collection methods in the field, with emphasis on GPS/GNSS, sUAS (drone), and smartphone/tablet operations. The main objective is to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully plan and execute field campaigns that result in the accurate collection and processing of geospatial data that
In this activity provided by the Unmanned Aircraft System operations Technician Education Program (UASTEP), students will be introduced to a multispectral sensor that can be used with a drone or unmanned aircraft system. In addition, students will analyze multispectral data from the sensor by using a variety of geoprocessing tools found in the ArcGIS Pro
Remote Sensing focuses on measuring and analyzing the Earth’s surface from a camera-like sensor on an aerial or satellite platform. Remote Sensing is projected to be a $19.3 billion industry by 2025. It includes large corporations, like Google, and government agencies, like NASA. The first half of this class will teach students about the basics