Experts from the Surrey Station offer course on satellite images in the geography department of the university
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02 of March 2016 17:50:38
Specialists from the Surrey Space Station in Great Britain taught a course on “Theories, Techniques and Processing of Synthetic Aperture Satellite Images” in the geography department of the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico.
Very complex, but with diverse applications."-Norma Angélica Dávila Hernández. Autonomous University of the State of Mexico professorThis academic exercise, which lasted for three days and was given in the Laboratory of Science and Technology of Geographic Information, was directed to post graduate students, professors, investigators and high level public servants at the federal level.Professor and investigator of the geography department at the State of Mexico school Norma Angélica Dávila Hernández commented that the course, taught by Pasquale Iervolino, expert from the British space agency, had the objective of teaching specialized techniques in radar imaging.[caption id="attachment_5683" align="alignleft" width="300"] Students flush with new knowledge of satellite imagery at the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico. Photo: Courtesy of UAEM.