Geo Informatics Lab (CE3191)

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  • To acquaint with state-of-the-art Geo-informatics and its diverse applications in engineering.

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CLO: 2. to demonstrate and develop a digitized map of a city using basic knowledge of GIS.
CLO: 3. to compare different coordinate systems and referencing using GIS and remote sensing, respectively.
CLO: 4. to argue and modify on already developed digitized maps.

  1. Introduction to Arc GIS interface and its related terminologies / tools.
  2. To locate the features on the ground / measure lengths and area of the object using Google Earth /Arc GIS.
  3. To execute the basic commands of point, polyline and polygon layer in Green Valley map.
  4. To reference, digitize and edit the feature in map / raster image using Arc GIS.
  5. To find the coordinates of a point on ground using GPS instrument.
  6. To generate a point showing the coverage of Met. Station in map.
  7. To model and analyze spatial dataset using tiff file/ satellite image.
  8. To convert coordinate system of a map using GIS software.
  9. To convert projection system of a map using GIS software.
  10. To apply image processing techniques using remote sensing software

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