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Principles of Electromagnetic Spectrum and Satellite Platforms

Credit: 7 PDH Hours
Course Fee: $63.00
46 pages

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Course Summary:

The principles of remote sensing are based primarily on the properties of the electromagnetic spectrum and the geometry of airborne or satellite platforms relative to their targets. This course provides a background on the physics of remote sensing, including discussions of energy sources, electromagnetic spectra, atmospheric effects, interactions with the target or ground surface, spectral reflectance curves, and the geometry of image acquisition.

Learning Objective:

  • Introduction
  • Definition of Remote Sensing Systems
  • Basic Components of Remote Sensing
  • Electromagnetic Energy Is Emitted From A Source
  • Interaction of Electromagnetic Energy with Particles in the Atmosphere
  • Electromagnetic Energy Interacts with Surface and Near Surface Objects
  • Energy is Detected and Recorded by the Sensor
  • Aerial Photography
  • Brief History of Remote Sensing

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Course Content

Course Author: Army Corp of Engineers

Certificate of completion of the course

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This online PDH course can also be used as a continuing education course for the following.

PE Mechanical Engineers

PE Electrical Engineers

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