Training

The CGR sponsors short courses on the latest image processing and GIS techniques that attract representatives from academia, private industry and government agencies concerned with resource inventory and environmental monitoring. In addition, the CGR undertakes service projects for state and local agencies that require the transfer of mapping technologies. Close associations are maintained with remote sensing organizations and scientists in Canada, Europe, South America and Asia through active involvement with the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) and the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS).

Historically, CGR, in conjunction with the Georgia Center for Continuing Education, conducted several short courses on the latest image processing, mapping and GIS techniques throughout the year. Drawing participants from throughout the United States and Canada, these classes attract representatives from academia, private industry and government agencies concerned with resource inventory and environmental monitoring.

Typical topics include the Integration of GPS, Digital Image Processing and GIS for Natural Resource Applications and training sessions on the Desktop Mapping System (DMS) and ArcView.

At this time, no short courses are scheduled. However, individual or group training on specific topics may be arranged by special request.

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Examples of previous courses:

  • Lichens, 2012
  • Geography-School of Public Health Workshop, 2011
  • Introduction to Image Processing and Geographic Information Systems.
  • February 10-12, 1998
  • Integration of GPS, Image Processing and Geographic Information Systems
  • August 3-5, 1999
  • Integration of GPS, Image Processing and Geographic Information Systems
  • October 27-29, 2003