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Fuentes, Organización y Explotación de Datos Gráficos

Lifelong learning course. Semi-distance.

Presentation

19th EDITION
UPC School

This lifelong learning course can be attended as part of the master's degree Geographical Information Systems or as part of the postgraduate course GIS Technologies.

Shortly we will publish updated information about the new edition of this programme.

In this first contact with the world of GIS, the starting point for working with Geographic Information System is to know what it is and where it comes from graphic information. For this purpose there is a cartographic base for students dealing with topics such as the different file formats, CAD type mapping, etc. From there, the next step is to analyze and exploit the information graphically. Do not use a single tool but, despite working primarily with ArcGIS, the goal is to convey clearly the concepts of GIS and allow the student to use the various tools on the market either. The last step is to keep all this information and in this sense, the goal is to teach the initialization and load data graphs in the system by installing and configuring a database.

Aims

  • Interpret maps and work with it.
  • Understand the basic concepts of cartography.
  • Work with any existing GIS.
  • Analyse and exploit geospatial information.
  • To acquire a basic knowledge of programming.
  • Creation of tools to build simple programs.
  • Log into the environment of databases

Who is it for

  • University graduates in social areas such as economics, geography, politics, etc.
  • University graduates in scientific and technological fields as physical and environmental sciences.
  • Geographers, surveyors, archaeologists, geologists, ...
  • Business managers, directors of strategy and entrepreneurs who want to explore new business opportunities in this area.
  • Architects and technical engineers.
  • Engineers of roads, canals and ports and technical engineers of public works.
  • Industrial engineers of different specializations.
  • Telecommunications and computer engineers and technical specialties.
  • Technical areas of management and administration of the territory, public or private.
  • Any professional who wants to work with data that are composing geospatial.

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INFORMATION 2016-17 EDITION

Next course:
October 2017

Credits:
14 ECTS
(100 teaching hours)

Timetable:
Monday  17:00 to 21:00Wednesday  17:00 to 21:00
Taught at:
Tech Talent Center
C/ de Badajoz, 73-77
08005 Barcelona
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Registration fee:
1.850 €

Language of instruction:
Spanish

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