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Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
This course is designed to provide the student with basic understanding of geographic information systems (GIS). The focus will be primarily on the application, uses, management, implementation, and benefits of these systems. The course is also designed to teach students how to gather spatially-distributed and geographically-referenced data, query data, analyze spatial relationships, and produce maps.
  • Overview of GIS
  • GIS and the Information Age
  • Geographic Data
  • The GIS Database
  • Raster and Vector Data
  • Raster and Vector Data Structures
  • Topology
  • Introduction to GIS Data Acquisition and Entry
  • Editing Data
  • Remote Sensing
  • Digital Orthoimagery
  • NYS GIS Clearinghouse Imagery
  • Data Quality & Management
  • Geo-referencing and Map Projections
  • Inventory Operations
  • Basic Analysis and Map Algebra & Buffers
  • Proximity Analysis and Spatial Operations
  • Terrain Analysis and Network Analysis
  • Suitability and Models
  • GIS Output
  • Layout Elements
  • Introduction to Global Positioning Systems
  • GPS Basics
  • Differential GPS
  • Wrap-up lecture on GPS/GIS
  • PowerPoint Presentations
  • PowerPoint Presentations
The Trainers

Jeo Yang

Senior GIS Counsultan

The Achievements

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The Resources

OCOT Advantages

100 %Instructor-Led Class
State-of-the-Art Facilities
Unlimited Lab Time
Labs Open 7-days a Week
Free Repeat
Free Job Placement
Financial Aid Possible
Resume Writing
Interview Skills

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