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  • MODERN SURVEYING EQUIPMENT:
    • Modern surveying electronic equipments
    • Digital levels
    • Digital theodolites
    • EDMs
    • Total stations
    • Principles
    • Working and applications
    • Lasers in surveying.
  •  PHOTOGRAMMETRY:
    • Photogrammetric terms
    • Applications
    • Type of photographs
    • Perspective geometry of near vertical and tilted photographs, heights and tilt distortions
    • Flight planning.
    • Stereoscopy
    • Base lining
    • Floating marks
    • Parallax equation and stereo measurements for height determination
    • Developments in photogrammetry: analogue, analytical and digital methods
    • Photogrammetric instruments.
  • REMOTE SENSING
    • Remote sensing system
    • Data acquisition and processing
    • Applications
    • Multi concept in remote sensing.
    • Physical basis of remote sensing
    • Electro-magnetic radiation (EMR)- nature, nomenclature and radiation laws
    • Interaction in atmosphere- nature, its effects in various wavelength regions,atmospheric windows
    • Interaction at ground surface- soils and rocks, vegetation, water, etc.
    • Geometric basis of interaction.
    • Platform and sensors- Terrestrial, aerial and space platforms
    • Orbital characteristics of space platforms, sun- and geo-synchronous
    • Sensor systems- radiometers, optomechanical and push broom sensor
    • Resolution- spectral, spatial, radiometric and temporal
    • Data products from various air and spaceborne sensors- aerial photographs
    • LiDAR
    • Landsat
    • SPOT
    • IRS
    • ERS
    • IKONOS
    • Image interpretation- Elements of interpretation
    • Manual and digital interpretation
    • Field verification.
  • GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS:
    • Components of GIS- data acquisition
    • Spatial and attribute data
    • Pre-processing
    • Storage and  management
    • Data structures- raster and vector data
    • GIS analysis functions
    • Errors and corrections
    • Data presentation and generation of thematic maps Applications.