Geomatics Engineering, also called Geospatial Engineering emerging Subject at Paschimanchal Campus

Geomatics Engineering, also called Geospatial Engineering is a rapidly developing discipline that focuses on spatial information. Geomatics engineers apply engineering principles to spatial information and implement relational data and manage local, regional, national and global spatial data infrastructure. Geomatics engineers design, develop, and operate systems for collecting and analyzing spatial information about the land, the oceans, natural resources, and manmade features. Geomatics engineering applications include integrating science and technology from both new and traditional disciplines of science and engineering. Geomatics engineers utilize a wide range of technologically advanced tools such as a digital theodolite, total stations, Global Positioning System (GPS) equipment, digital aerial imagery (both satellite and air-borne), and computer-based geographic information systems (GIS).
Major areas are as follows:

  1. Remote Sensing
  2. Spatial Data Modelling
  3. Geovisualization
  4. Geodesy and GNSS
  5. Land and Cadastral Management
  6. Research Methodologies
  7. Geospatial Data Mining
  8. Geo-statistics9. Spatial DSS
  9. 3D Geo-Information
  10. GI Project Organization and Management
  11. Location-Based Services
  12. Applied Geo-Science
  13. Disaster Management
  14. SDI