Thank you for attending the University of Toledo's Ohio GIS remote sensing introduction presentation at the Marriot North in Columbus, Oh. Dr. Kevin Czajkowski and James Coss using the brand new mobile training computer lab demonstrated Erdas Imagine and ESRI Arcview Software. Below are the links to the data used as well as the lesson outlines.
We would like to thank the Ohio Geographically Referenced Information Program (OGRIP).
Without whose support this class would not have been possible. Thanks, below you will fiind the class outline and materials.
Remote Sensing Training Ohio GIS Conference 2003
Exploration of different technologies on how it is obtained remote sensing engage
- small airborne vehicles, stationary platforms, aircraft, satellite
- film type, digital sensors (IKONOS, QuickBird, ASTER, Landsat)
Analyzing and interpreting imagery - remote sensing process
- overview of software tools for analysis
- how to differentiate differences in imagery
- exploring issues with error
How and where to obtain sources of remote sensing imagery for Ohio Landsat background
- Private Industry
- State Government and Universities
Imagery for Decision Making
- applying information from image to map
- integrating imagery to GIS
Other Types of Remote Sensing
We extend our thanks to,
The University of Toledo
The National Science Foundation
The Institute for the Application of Geospatial Technology at Cayuga Community College
Below are the resources presented at the training confrence.
Multispec Software Download
Purdue's free download software site
Remote Sensing Intro
Digital image processing
Vector data (zipped)
Goes June 3 zipped
Landsat may be found and downloaded from the Ohioview web site.