GIS Campus

GIS training modules

Objectives:
  • Understand GIS concepts and techniques
  • Develop understanding on the use of GIS in real world applications
  • Learn GIS applications in larger context of Business needs and IT strategies
  • Develop command on GIS applications through hands-on
  • Understand in developing end-to-end solutions to GIS related projects
  • Opportunity to work on Live projects
 Description:
  • Basics of GIS
  • Understanding Map Coordinates
  • Hands-on
  • Geo-referencing
  • Editing
  • Querying, using spatial filters
 
 
  • Analysis, use of various tools
  • Working with images
  • Working with CAD
  • Creation of Layouts
  • Live Projects / case studies
  • Techniques for providing end-to-end solutions, application of GIS in various fields and preparation of Layouts.

Training on gIS

Concepts on GIS and GIS Standards

Getting Started with GIS Softwares

Digitization in GIS

Concepts on Map content display

Map Reading

Concepts on Map development

Hands-on: Maps Preprations

Concepts on Attribute management

Simple data analysis

Hands-on Open Layers

Publishing WMS

Tool Box

COURSE CONTENTS

  1. What is a map, what is a layer
  2. Vector primitives (point, line, polygon)
  3. Vector v/s raster representation
  4. Topology
  5. GIS data sources

Popular vector and raster formats (SHP, geoTIFF, …)

  1. What is GIS?
  2. Why GIS?
  3. Components of GIS
  4. Spatial & Non-Spatial Data
  5. Attribute Table
  6. Vector & Raster data
  7. Importance of Layering
  8. GIS Software
  9. Symbols & Labels
  10. Map Navigation
  11. Feature Selection
  12. Digitization
  13. Data editing
  14. Data Export
  15. Topology Rules
  16. Map Compilation
  17. Projections
  18. Geo-referencing
  1. Vector layers symbology
  2. Vector classification methods
  3. Feature labeling
  4. Raster layers display
  1. Shape file Creation
  2. Scale concept (small, big)
  3. Thematic maps
  4. Coordinate Reference System
  1. Concepts on Attribute management
    1. Attribute modification
    2. Field calculator
  2. Concepts on Simple data analysis
    1. Buffers
    2. Overlays
    3. Selection by location
    4. Selection by attribute
    5. Extraction of selected features
  3. Continuation on Hands on practical Open Layers
    1. Map components and composition
    2. Resolution concept
    3. Formats (jpg, png, tiff, SVG, pdf)
    4. Layouts and Selections (north arrow, scale bar, legend …)
    5. Menus
  1. Measurement (distance, area)
  2. Attributes
  3. Coordinates
  4. Georeferencing images
  5. Data Capturing
  6. Data Editing
  7. Attributary Creating and Editing
  8. Symbology Creation
  9. and Editing
  10. Snapping tolerance, topology errors
  1. PGDB creation
  2. Feature Data Set Creation
  3. Feature Class Creation
  4. Topology Creation & Validations
  1. Analasys tools
  2. Conversion tools
  3. Datamanagment tools
  1. Introduction
  2. ESRI – History of Evolution
  3. ArcGIS Modules
  4. ArcMAP GUI
  5. Create/Add Shapefile/Table
  6. TOC & Layer Properties
  7. Map Navigation Tools
  8. Feature Selection Modes
  9. Cartography – Symbol Design
  10. Cartography – Labelling
  11. Digitization
  12. Attribute Population
  13. Query Builder
  14. ArcCATALOG GUI
  15. Browsing GIS data
  16. Metadata
  17. ArcToolbox – Introduction
  18. Geoprocessing Tools
  19. Map Layout Compilation
  20. Extensions of ArcGIS
  21. Projections & Re-Projections
  1. Introduction
  2. Why ArcGIS Pro?
  3. GUI of ArcGIS Pro
  4. Add data & Base data
  5. TOC – Layer Listing Modes
  6. Map Navigation
  7. Spatial Bookmarks
  8. Feature Selection
  9. Create Features
  10. Feature Editing
  11. Symbology
  12. Geoprocessing Tools
  13. Layer Properties
  14. Map Properties
  15. Feature Layer Properties
  16. Working simultaneously in Map, Catalog and Toolbox
  1. ArcPy Documentation
  2. MapDocument class
  3. Exploring MapDocument
  4. Layer Class
  5. AddLayer Function
  6. List Layer Function
  7. Adding Layers in ArcMap
  8. Manipulating Layers
  9. Layers in Action
  10. ArcPy Tools
  11. Practice coding with
  12. ArcPy Tools
  1. Introduction
  2. QGIS – GUI
  3. Panels & Toolbars
  4. Online Basemaps
  5. Creating Shapefiles
  6. Layers Panel & Properties
  7. Symbology
  8. Labelling
  9. Map Navigation
  10. Feature Selection
  11. Digitizing Spatial Data
  12. Digitizing Toolbar
  13. Attribute Population
  14. Advanced Digitizing
  15. Attribute Table
  16. Map Layout Compilation
  17. Geo-referencing
  18. Processing Toolbox
  1. Introduction
  2. Python console
  3. Object Oriented
  4. Programming
  5. QGIS Interface
  6. Layer Operations
  7. Accessing Symbology
  8. Working with Symbols
  9. PyQGIS Editor
  10. Getting User Input
  11. Providing output to user
  12. Working with File dialogs
  13. Accessing Attribute data
  14. Sorting Attribute Data
  15. QGIS Geometries
  16. Measuring Length & Area
  17. Data Selection
  18. Fields in QGIS
  19. Layers Capabilities
  20. Modifying Vector data
  21. Adding New fields
  22. Creating Geometry
  23. Modifying Geometry
  24. Creating a Layer
  25. Writing Layer to Disk

Mobile GIS

Mobile GIS is a technology enabling us for taking Geographic Information Systems into the field. It integrates mobile devices (such as a PDA, tablet, mobile phones) to GIS software, with the GPS, wireless communications for Internet-based GIS access.

Curriculum 

Mobile GIS Basics: We start by focusing on basic concepts that are fundamental to understanding mobile GIS. These include data collection, visualization, and manipulation with a mobile environment.

Software and Tutorials: This course centers on the open Android platform and programming in object-oriented languages,  particularly Java and JavaScript. We will utilize existing APIs and SDKs available on the web.

Application Development: During this hands-on part you will choose an independent project where you will design, program, and implement a mobile GIS application. We will finish with an outlook on the future of mobile GIS.

Google Earth Engine - COURSE CONTENTS

  1. Introduction
  2. Explore GE Engine
  3. Signup with GE Engine
  4. Basic JavaScript syntax
  5. Code Editor
  6. Image Visualization
  7. Image Metadata
  8. Mathematical Operations
  9. Feature Collection
  10. Visualization
  11. Geometric Operations and more