B.Sc. (Hons) in Geoinformatics

Geoinformatics is a science and technology which develops and uses information science infrastructure to address the problems of the Earth Systems and related branches of engineering, ICT and other inter-related field of studies. Geoinformatics is a multitude of disciplines, namely, geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing, global navigation satellite systems/global positioning systems (GNSS/GPS), and internet/web programming.

Collaboration Spatial Decision Support System
Carlos Pascual

Collaboration Spatial Decision Support System

This course introduces students to techniques for selecting and processing data to generate meaningful and timely information to support the better management of resources; improve decision making, the required information, tools, techniques, models and decision-making procedures can be integrated in a user-friendly information processing system called a spatial decision support system (SDSS); provides insight into assessments of tradeoffs between the various options open to decision makers; intended for students who support spatial planning and decision-making processes; for decision makers to establish a way of thinking for themselves, the course also goes into practical details; and conduct of computer hands-on exercises of case studies in making spatial decisions using geoinformatics software.