Google Earth - from beginner to advanced uses
What you'll learn
- Using the Google Earth tool from basic aspects
- Take guided tours
- Browse in 3 Dimensions
- Georeferencing an image in Google Earth
- Download georeferenced images
- Import to Google Earth CAD, GIS, Excel data
- Prepare data in ArcGIS and AutoCAD for use in Google Earth
- The course is from scratch
Google Earth is software that came to revolutionize the way we see the world. The experience of circling a sphere when but with a scope of approach to any part of the world, as if we were there.
This is a unique course, from the basics of sailing to the construction of three-dimensional guided tours. In this, a professional from the social sciences, journalism or a teacher will open their minds to take full advantage of this tool to make better expositions. You can also find new ideas for exercises and projects with your students with applications for engineering, geography, geographic information systems or cadastre.
Additionally, the course has an advanced level explaining different interactions of Google Earth with the cadastre areas, geographic information systems and engineering. This includes things like:
Import coordinates from Excel,
Import satellite images,
Download images from Google Earth,
Send ArcGIS and AutoCAD software data to Google Earth,
Construction of routes and guided tours,
Import cadastral data and add elevation.
The course includes both the data used in the explanations (images, CAD files, GIS files, Excel files, KML files), as well as the software used for the georeferenced image download exercises and also for data conversion.
Who this course is for:
- Professionals from social areas
- Social communicators
- Geography users and geographic information systems
- CAD software users
We choose the best courses and make them available to new audiences.
Our training offer covers the entire spectrum of data intelligence:
Art - Capture - Modeling - Design - Construction - Operation. Using technological development and process improvement as a transverse thread.
The creators of courses with which we have decided to work have been carefully selected, to offer a complementary set of knowledge. We firmly believe that today people do not seek courses to fill their walls with diplomas; but to make their abilities more productive.