Geographica GIS Pills

Friends of Geographica We have talked about some of the innovations they are including in their training processes, so we take the opportunity to promote their initiatives.Geographica

Geographica is a company dedicated to several branches of the geomático spectrum, that has developed works with strategic clients that will guarantee the results.

Apart from the letter G in green tone, I identify a lot with Geographica because of its orientation towards free code, both its developments and training take preference in the use of OpenSource programs such as Geoserver, gvSIG, PostGIS, SEXTANTE, Kosmo, Degree, to name Some. Hence, their preference for the Java environment is marked, although they have a multidisciplinary team accustomed to betting on the C ++ line as well as the proprietary software and use of the business fabric that OSGeo implies.

For this date apart from the courses that we already knew are including particularized versions of GIS courses in the topics of Territorial Planning and Geomarketing. These modules are calling you Pills, doing -I suppose and because it is in its principles- reference to the traditional medicine practice of the traditional pharmaceutical, before the packaged tablets arrived, which worked a mortar of just what was required and that safe after the experience and knowledge ended up being an infallible solution.

The methodology seems very good, because they use the Use Case as a technique, ideal for short specialized courses where complicating theoretical aspects would be a waste, time that people require to open their minds to the possibilities and understanding of what the software can do. For both courses, ArcGIS with a duration of 10 blended hours is used.

Pill: Application of GIS to territorial planning

This is a course aimed at all professionals, students or companies that want to know the potential of GIS for spatial planning. Although it is not obligatory to have knowledge of GIS, it is much better for those who understand the subject or at least know how to use a program (which is not the same).

1. Introduction to GIS
- Introduction to GIS
- Duality of information in GIS
- Structure of the data
- Analysis possibilities
2 Case study 1: Analysis of an execution unit
- Identification and delimitation of the work area
- Representation of the elements to perform a visual analysis
- Parcelation
- Assignment of alphanumeric attributes
- Analysis of the optimal location of the furniture
3. Case study 2: Multivariate analysis: Optimum location of an industrial zone (online)
- Vegetation cover
- Visibility layer
- Air dispersion layer
- Calculation of the optimal zone to locate an industrial zone
- Result of multivariate analysis

Pill: Application of GIS to Geomarketing

1. Introduction to GIS
- Introduction to GIS
- Duality of information in GIS
- Structure of the data
- Analysis possibilities
2 Case study 1: Ideal location of a pharmacy
- Analysis of the possible target market: Seniors and young couples
- Identification and delimitation of the work area
- Location of the competition and generation of an area of ​​influence of 250 meters
- Visual analysis of both results: Final location of our business based on our target market and location of our competition
3. Case Study 2: Provincial Advertising Campaign for a Party
Political (online)
- Multivariate analysis: Age range, academic level and professional activity
- Union of information
- Weighting of variables
- Final result: Political trends of each municipality based on defined criteria
- Campaign strategy: Dedication of resources depending on the profile of the citizens

While these are fast courses, there is also the 40 called hours GIS and Geographic Databases And it is not bad to have a look at the full course of 150 called hours Expert in Geographic Information Systems and Geographic Databases, Which has a link with the Chamber of Commerce of Seville and can even be subsidized through Social Security.

This is the theme of this course:

1. INTRODUCTION TO GIS AND BASIC GVSIG


-Introduction GIS
- Coordinates
-GvSIG as a GIS client
-Visualization of the information.
-Edition.
-Geoprocessing.
-Graphic output.
-GvSIG as an IDE client
-SEXTANT

2 BASIC ARCGIS

-ArcGIS as an IDE client
-ArcGIS as a SIG client
-Visualization of the information.
-Edition.
-Geoprocesses of ArcGIS.
-Model Builder.
-Georreferencing.
-Graphic output.

3. GEOGRAPHICAL DATABASE

-Introduction to databases
-Modeling of conventional databases
- Geographical data bases
-SQL Basics

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4 IMPLEMENTATION AND EXPLOITATION OF GEOGRAPHICAL DATA WITH ADVANCED ARCGIS

-SQL for the exploitation of the data
-ArcCatalog as a CASE tool
-Geodatabases
-Datasets and Feature Classes
-Alphanumeric tables
-Relationship Classes
-Dominios and subtypes
-Topology

5 PUBLICATION OF INFORMATION: MAPSERVER

-Possibility of publication of the information.
-Communication protocols.
- Internet map servers: Mapserver,
installation and configuration.
-Openlayers: creation of dynamic maps

6. POSTGRESQL AND POSTGIS

- PostgreSQL and PostGIS architecture.
-History of PostgreSQL / PostGIS, Permissions, Users, plpgsql, GEOS, PROJ4
-Installation of PostgreSQL and PostGIS and
Accessory tools: installation of
PostgreSQL, PostGIS, clients: PgAdmin3, QuantumGIS and gvSIG.
-SQL spatial, query creation.

For more information, I suggest contacting Geographica.

Website: http://www.gstgis.com/

* (+ 34) 954 437 818

One Reply to "GIS Pills of Geographica"

  1. First of all a pleasure to read you again. I regret the disappearance for so long.
    Regarding Geographica, I must say that I "feel like" his way of working, innovating many times in a way that engages users to work at the bottom of things.

    I know I work with proprietary Software, but that doesn't mean I don't like it and "play" with OpenSource. I would like to have more time to devote, but that is another matter.

    Congratulations on your site and I hope to continue reading you.

    From Chile, Manuel.

    GIS Analyst

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