Categories: GIS Learning

EO College Offers Free Course About Remote Sensing

EO College, a platform for accessing MOOC (massive open online courses) about remote sensing along with other related materials was launched back in 2017 and continues to regularly offer a free course in remote sensing.  By registering for its MOOC in Radar Remote Sensing, students will have access to earth observation (EO) related courses, resources, articles and communities.

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The next MOOC will start on  September 16, 2019 and will last five weeks.  The course will cover introduce students to Radar Remote Sensing including:

  • History of Radar technology and the discovery of electromagnetic waves
  • Image acquisition Geometry of airborne and space borne Radar systems
  • Land applications of Radar remote sensing
  • Applications of radar remote sensing over Water
  • Application of Radar remote sensing for Hazard management

The course includes a hands-on component that will lead students through exercises in order to learn how to obtain, process, and analyze real-world radar data.

Visit: EO College

Watch the introductory video to this course on radar remote sensing called “Echoes in Space”

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