NPTEL Online Certification Course on HIGHER SURVEYING

      Duration: 12 weeks (3 Lectures per Week = 36 Lectures)
      Course Offered: July-Oct, 2018.
      Introductory Video Link

                                                                        Details of Online Lectures and Links

Module No Module Name Lecture Name
1 Introduction to Higher Surveying Lecture-1: Introduction to Higher Surveying  (link)
2. Coordinate System and Reference Frame Lecture-2: Understanding Reference System,Reference Frame, and Coordinate System for Earth   (link)
Lecture-3: Coordinate and Datum Transformations  (link)
Lecture-4: Projected Coordinate System  (link)
3. Time and Astronomy Lecture-5: Fundamentals of Astronomy  (link)
Lecture-6: Applications of Concepts of Astronomy   (link)
Lecture-7: Time  (link)
Lecture-8: Applications of Concepts of Astronomy and Time  (link)
4. Error, Accuracy, and Adjustments Computations Lecture-9: Fundamental Concepts of Error, Accuracy, and Error Propagation nbsp; (link)
Lecture-10: Applications of Error Propagation  (link)
Lecture-11: Observation Equation Method of Adjustments  (link)
Lecture-12: Condition Equation Method and Combined Method of Adjustments  (link)
Lecture-13: Analysis of Adjustments, and Reporting of Errors   (link)
5. Global Positioning System Lecture-14: Global Positioning System  (link)
6. Photogrammetry Lecture-15: Introduction  (link)
Lecture-16: Vertical Photogrammetry (link)
Lecture-17: Stereo Photogrammetry (link)
Lecture-18: Analytical Photogrammetry I  (link)
Lecture-19: Analytical Photogrammetry II  (link)
Lecture-20: Photogrammetric Products  (link)
Lecture-21: Image Matching  (link)
Lecture-22: Close Range Photogrammetry  (link)
7. LiDAR (LiDARgrammetry) Lecture-23: Fundamentals of LiDAR (link)
Lecture-24: LiDAR Data Acquisition  (link)
Lecture-25: Geolocation and Errors of LiDAR Data  (link)
Lecture-26: Information Extraction using LiDAR Data  (link)
8. RADAR (RADARgrammetry) Lecture-27: Imaging RADAR Fundamentals: Geometric Aspects (link)
Lecture-28: Imaging RADAR Fundamentals: Radiometric Aspects  (link)
Lecture-29: RADARgrammetry (link)
Lecture-30: Imaging RADAR Interferometry  (link)
Lecture-31: Geoscience Applications of RADAR (link)
9. Hydrographic Survey Lecture-32: Fundamental Concepts of Hydrographic Survey (link)
Lecture-33: Field Procedures for Hydrographic Survey  (link)
Lecture-34: Modern Techniques of Hydrographic Survey  (link)
10. Navigation Lecture-35: Navigation  (link)
11. Concluding Lecture Lecture-36: Concluding Lecture  (link)