Fundamentals Of Remote Sensing
- Permission Required:
- Corequisite Narrative:
- 3.00 Credits
This course introduces concepts and fundamentals of Geographic Information System (GIS). This curriculum focuses on systems designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present spatial or geographic data using unmanned system sensor technology, imagery processing software, and the global positioning system (GPS). The principles and processes involved in imagery interpretation will be examined. Sensor applications will be reviewed from practical and mathematical points of view. The course is intended to provide the student with the background necessary to successfully understand and use GIS and sensor imagery technology in conjunction with unmanned systems.
PHSC Course Schedule: Fundamentals Of Remote Sensing
|Section||Availability||Dates||Days||Meeting Time||Campus||Delivery||Bldg/Room||Instructor||Credit Hours||Clock Hours||Fees||Comments|
|1607||Open||08/16/2021-12/03/2021||Wed||12:00P- 3:00||East Campus||
Hybrid - Remote
This class meets remotely on the days and times listed in the schedule by utilizing technology (zoom or the big blue button) through canvas. The remainder of the course is delivered with online assignments and activities. A webcam and microphone are needed for this class.