- Learn about geographic information systems, their importance, and their uses.
- Introduction to the used coordinate systems and projection systems (Projection & Coordinates System).
- How to build layers, organize, create, and edit geographic data to maintain its accuracy and relate it to its metadata (Attribute)
- Engineering correction on maps and aerial or satellite images (Georeferencing).
- Management, coding and classification of map layers to support visualization and data exploration (Symbolization & Labeling).
- An overview of data retrieval and query methods (Selection).
- Attractive page layout and design for the maps to be printed (Layout Maps).
- Share maps and analysis results so they can be easily accessed on desktop, web, and mobile devices
Individuals who do not have an introductory level knowledge of GIS concepts or have limited experience with ArcGIS.
Employees of secretariats and municipalities, workers in the military sectors, electricity, water and communications companies, engineering consultancy and planning companies, road and railway companies, all researchers and students in engineering and computer disciplines, as well as all researchers and students interested in the field of maps, surveying, geographic information systems (GIS), statistics and analysis.
Duration: 5 days.
Certificates: Certificates approved by the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation.