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Courses 2018-07-03T14:55:11+00:00

at76-9030-aerospace-technology

Link AT76.9030 Aerospace Technology 2(2-0) Semester: August Rationale: Aerospace technology is being developed so fast that the latest information as well as general basic knowledge should be provided so as to apply them to the practical application of GIS, Remote Sensing, ICT, and Earth Science. Analysis and design methodology of aerospace systems will be given in this course, which is applicable to other modern engineering field. Also as for the laboratory session a component or a system design will be carried out as a practical case study or mini project to foster student’s ability of challenging to innovative work. Catalog Description: Introduction; Management of Space Projects, Principle of Flight [...]

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at769037_principles-and-application-of-insar

Link Course Objective: This course will introduce the students to the principles and applications of Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR). It includes the sensor technology, platforms and data portals to retrieve data. An overview of Differential InSAR (DInSAR) principle processing techniques and applications will be also provided. The course will provide short hands-on experience with open-source processing packages and techniques with ad-hoc InSAR and SInSAR applications in the areas of geosciences (geology, seismology, volcanology, hydrology, environmental sciences, etc.) The objectives of this course are: i) to provide background knowledge and understanding of principles of InSAR; iii) to acquire skills on basic InSAR and DInSAR image processing and analysis as [...]

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at76-9038-positioning-and-location-based-services-technology-13-0

Link Course Objective: The objective of this course aims at providing students with knowledge and understanding about Location-Based Services (LBSs) technology. The fundamentals and operation of LBSs will be taught to obtain an understanding of its systems, methods and standards. The key technology of various positioning method will be trained. Additionally, the course will also cover related technologies of Indoor Positioning, Augmented Reality and navigation systems Learning Outcomes : It is expected that student will be able to (during and at the end of this course): 1. Understand the fundamentals and operation of LBSs system, methods and standards 2. Identify the suitable position method with various constrains and purpose [...]

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at76-9028-geoinformatics-for-coastal-zone-surveillance-and-shoreline-defense

Link AT76.9028 Geoinformatics for Coastal Zone Surveillance and Shoreline Defense 1(1-0) Semester: InterSem Rationale: This programme aims at providing conceptual, technical and applied skills training in the filed of coastal management and planning, in th support techniques of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)/Spatial Data Infrastructures and in other areas information technologies (e.g., remote sensing techniques) relevant to coastal environments. It is intended that the prgramme will equip participants with advanced skill n data gathering, processing and analysis and in the development of research abilities; the provision of a deeper understanding of the contextual subject filed of shoreline protection and of Earth environmental management. Catalog Description: Coastal Zone Concept. Marine [...]

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at76-9029-introduction-to-global-navigation-satellite-systems

Link AT76.9029 Introduction to Global Navigation Satellite Systems 1(1-0) Semester: August Course Objective: The aim of this course is to introduce the principles of the Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and to demonstrate its applications to various aspects of location-based services and Earth sciences. GNSS are used now in all of transportation systems including aviation, maritime, railroad and highway. Satellite positioning also plays critical roles in telecommunications, land surveying, law enforcement, emergency response, precision agriculture, mining, finance, and scientific research. As the scope of GNSS has expanded, the systems continue to evolve. Learning Outcomes: Students completing the requirements of the course should be able to 1. Understand fundamental [...]

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at76-9023-gis-for-health

Link AT76.9023 GIS for Health 2 (2-0) Semester: Intersem Rationale: This course will focus on new trends, concepts and essential technologies used for disease surveillance, hotspot mapping and healthcare planning. It is based on theory and hands on learning methodlogies. Current and future satellites for environmental observations specifically related to health applications, mapping of disease locations, diseases’ transmission in tropical and sub-tropical regions, ecological and use of environmental/ social/ economic data for  redicting disease, freely available tools and techniques for emergency response will be discussed. Catalog Description: GIS concepts. Disease surveillance, Hotspots, Health databases – standards and creation, Data manipulation and Geoprocessing for disease data analysis. Statistical analysis [...]

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at76-9026-introduction-to-spatial-information-engineering

Link AT76.9026 Introduction to Spatial Information Engineering 1(1-0) Semester: August Course Objective: The course aims at providing basic introduction and concept of spatial information engineering to students with an insight into both academic knowledge and practical skills at the entry level, and further aims at providing students for more in-depth and advanced technologies, researches, and new treads. Learning Outcomes: Students completing the requirements of the course should be able to 1. Understand basic concept of spatial information engineering such as monitoring and observation method, data analysis and handling, data interoperability. 2. Understand how to process and analyze spatial data, how to utilize it, and how to combine it [...]

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at76-9022-free-and-open-source-software-for-geospatial-analysis

Link AT76.9022 Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial Analysis 2(1-3) Semester: InterSem Rationale: This course aims at providing students with practical utilization of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) for data manipulation, management and analysis of remote sensing images and GIS data. Students will be trained to able to use and integrate FOSS to make comprehensive system which provides powerful functionalities at very affordable cost. Catalog Description: Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial, FOSS4G, Data Manipulation, Data Management, Data Analysis, Geospatial Database, GDAL, PostGIS, QGIS, GRASS GIS, MODIS Reprojection Tool Prerequisite: None AT769022_Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial Analysis

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at76-9021-web-gis-technology

Link AT76.9021 Web GIS Technology 2 (1-3) Semester: August Rationale: This course aims at providing students with principles of Web GIS technology which is being implemented in various purposes and used as one of the most common and effective way to share geospatial data to communities. The client and server architecture of Web GIS will be taught as well. Students will be trained to be able to publish their geospatial data on the Webs and integrate other distributed data sources across network connections. Catalog Description: Web GIS, Client and Server architecture, Web Map Server, Web Map Client, Data Sharing, Publish data to communities, Google Maps, OGC Web Services [...]

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AT7601_GIS

Link AT76.01 Geographic Information Systems 3 (2-3) Semester: August / January Rationale: This course introduces principles, concepts and applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS): a decision support tool for planners and managers of spatial information. Database development, manipulation and spatial analysis techniques for information generation will be taught. Students will have the scope of using GIS for applications in their related fields such as natural resource management, environment, civil engineering, agriculture, information system, etc will be discussed through mini project and laboratory exercises. Catalog Description: Mapping Concept. Data Structure. Data Management Techniques. Data Acquisition. Global Positioning System Interface. Data Manipulation and Analysis. Map Output Generation [...]

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