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     Remote Sensing 

     What is Remote Sensing?

    The measurement of the earth using sensors is known as remote sensing. The energy that Earth reflects back is typically detected by remote sensors to gather data. Aircraft and satellites both have these sensors in place. In order to analyse and visualise the data, remote sensors alter the images that they collect as data in the form of images. Given that GIS systems use remote sensors to visualise and analyse the data they collect, there is a relationship between GIS and remote sensors.

    Why Pursue a Postgraduate Diploma in Remote Sensing?

    Graduate students in science and technology have the option of doing a one-year diploma programme in remote sensing, which will prepare them for a career that will only become available to them once they have earned a Master's degree in the area.

    PG Diploma in Remote Sensing: Future Scope

    Numerous disciplines, including all environmental sciences, agriculture, archaeology, urban planning, water management, meteorology, engineering, and even business, employ this Remote Sensing data.

    Private businesses that provide photos and data to Google, Bing, the federal government, scientists, academic and research libraries, and others are increasingly using remote sensing. Specialists may work in consulting businesses, software development companies, and research labs where they are expected to advance software, hardware, or data analysis methods.                                                             

    How can you learn remote sensing?

    BTU provides a post-graduation diploma in Remote Sensing Technology.

    The one-year Post Graduate (PG) Diploma in Remote Sensing programme provides in-depth instruction in geographic information systems (GIS), global positioning systems (GNSS), and satellite image analysis.

    The study of soil, land, and forests, mapping, weather science, disaster management, natural resources, etc. are all sophisticated fields of knowledge that fall within the category of remote sensing.

    Graduation in science, math or engineering is the prerequisite for the course. Entrance exams are used in the admissions process.

    PG Diploma in Remote Sensing: Course Highlights 

    Course Level
    PG Diploma
    Post-graduation diploma in Remote Sensing Technology.

    1 Year
    Examination Type
    Graduation Degree
    Admission Process
    Entrance Exam and Interview
    Job Positions
    GIS Officer, GIS Technician, Professor, Remote Sensing Tech Lead,  Project Manager, Geographer, etc.

    Remote Sensing: Specializations

    Nine distinct specialities of the PG Diploma programme have been offered. All specialities originate from various parts of the world's geography. From the table below, students can learn more about the specialities offered for the course in their chosen fields:

    Sr No
    1Agriculture and Soil
    2Forest Resources and Ecosystem Analysis
    4Marine and Atmospheric Science
    5Natural Hazards and Disaster Risk Management
    6Satellite Image Analysis and Photogrammetry
    7Special Data Science
    8Urban and Regional Studies

    Water Resources

    Agriculture and Soil - In these specializations, you can learn about agriculture and the environment Assessment of Land Use and Soil Resources through Satellite Agriculture Meteorology and Assessment of Land Use and Soil Resources

    Forest Resources and Ecosystem Analysis - In these specializations, you can learn about computerized Forestry Inventory of forests Analyses of forest ecosystems Forest Monitoring and Mapping

    GeoScience - In these specializations, you can learn about groundwater, engineering, and geology Geoscience data processing and analysis Planetary geosciences, applied Earth science, and tectonic geomorphology

    Marine and Atmospheric Science -In these specializations, you can learn about processes Along the Coast and Marine Ecology Satellite Oceanography, Satellite Meteorology, and Atmospheric and Ocean Dynamics

    Natural Hazards and Disaster Risk Management - In these specializations, you can learn about Modeling and analysis of geological hazards using geoinformatics Natural disasters and disaster management concept Analysis and Modeling of Hydrological Risks

    Satellite Image Analysis and Photogrammetry - In these specializations, you can learn about Algorithm for Mapping Image Processing and Digital Photogrammetry Processing of Geodata and Emerging Sensors computational mathematics

    Special Data Science - In these specializations, you can learn about Programming for Big Data and Machine Learning in Data Processing Assimilation of data Modeling in Space

    Urban and Regional Studies -In these specializations, you can learn about Advanced geospatial technology, the basics of urban and regional planning, and an analysis of resources, services, and facilities

    Water Resources -In these specializations, you can learn about Improvement of Water Resources Planning and Management of Water Resources, Satellite Hydrology Planning for conservation and watershed hydrology.

    PG Diploma in Remote Sensing: Eligibility Criteria

    BTU’s Admission Process for BTech in 2022-23 -

    Candidates for admission must complete the application form according to the instructions below.

    Step 1

    Visit the official website of Bir Tikendrajit University (                                                                                                                   then select the "Admission" tab. Select “Admission Form” and fill details respectively.

    Step 2-

    The application must be completed with the required information following successful registration.

    Step 3- 

    Pay Admission Fees

    Step 4-

    Upload Required Documents          

    Step 5-

    To finish the Admission procedure, Submit and Wait For the Document's Approval Verification.

    Documents Needed During the Admission Process-

    1. Class 10th Mark Sheet

    2. Class 12th Mark Sheet

    3. Graduation passing mark sheet

    4. Adhar Card

    5. Debit/credit card details 

    6. Passport Size Photo

    What will be the career opportunity after completion of this course?

    The success of the modern corporate sector, whether it be public or private, depends on accurate data collection and application.

    Complex data of grey geographic areas, whose monitoring is only possible through satellite mapping, are analysed using remote sensing technology.

    Some of the best positions for remote sensing candidates are listed below:

    Ans. - Remote sensing is the process of detecting and monitoring the physical characteristics of an area by measuring its reflected and emitted radiation at a distance (typically from satellite or aircraft).

    Ans. - Types of Remote Sensing Systems . Visual Remote Sensing System such as human visual system. . Optical Remote Sensing. . Infrared Remote Sensing. . Microwave Remote Sensing. . Radar Remote Sensing. . Satellite Remote Sensing. . Airborne Remote Sensing. . Acoustic and near-acoustic remote sensing.

    Ans. - The advantages of remote sensing include the ability to collect information over large spatial areas; to characterize natural features or physical objects on the ground; to observe surface areas and objects on a systematic basis and monitor their changes over time; and the ability to integrate this data with other

    Ans. - Detection and discrimination of objects or surface features means detecting and recording of radiant energy reflected or emitted by objects or surface material (Fig. 1). Different objects return different amounts of energy in different bands of the electromagnetic spectrum, incident upon it.

    Ans. - Visible and Infrared Image Data. Next we explore examples of remotely sensed image data produced by measuring electromagnetic energy in the visible, near-infrared, and thermal infrared bands. Aerial photography is reconsidered as an analog to digital image data.

    Ans. - There are three broad categories of remote sensing platforms: ground based, airborne, and satellite.