Course Education Level: Bachelor Level

Fundamentals of Remote Sensing

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.

Exploring Our World Through Geospatial Technology (GEOG 1890)

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), …

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IT311 – Sensors Used in Connected and Automated Vehicles

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.

Electronics and Robotics I & II Condensed

Course Description Year 1: Electronics Technology and Robotics 1 provide students with the knowledge, hands-on experience, and technical skill to:  Describe the structure of matter related to electronics.  Construct, conduct, and analyze experiments with basic dc and ac circuits and with circuits using magnetism.  Identify, measure, and describe the function of transformers …

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Electronics and Robotics II

Course Description: Electronics Technology and Robotics II provide students with the knowledge, hands-on experience, and technical skill to: 1. Demonstrate safe and appropriate use of tools, machinery, and materials in electronics technology. 2. Demonstrate the proper use of a drill press, metal lathe, band saw, milling machine, and an assortment of shop hand tools. 3. …

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Electronics and Robotics I

Introduction: The course assumes the students know nothing about electronics or robotics so we start from scratch. The textbooks for the course are Electricity and Electronics by Gerrish, Dugger, Roberts and Robot Building for Beginners by David Cook since they cover the fundamentals of electronics and robotics and provide a hands-on robot project called Sandwich. …

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Electronics and Robotics III

This course introduces students, educators and other aspiring inventors to subsea technology. This exciting resource provides the information needed to design and build underwater vehicles. It also encourages bright young minds to consider a career in the world of underwater robotics.

IT 312: Navigation Techniques Used in Connected and Automated Vehicles

This course introduces students to principles of navigation techniques used in connected and automated vehicles. Topics include autonomous navigation and connected vehicles, basic navigational mathematics, mobile robot positioning, inertial sensors and navigation systems, global positioning system, kalman-fitering techniques, integrated navigation system, multisensory integrated navigation, fault detection and integrity monitoring, and communication among connected vehicles.

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