Online Tutorials: Accessible Learning in Open Source GIS
Complementing our onsite workshops, our online tutorials provide flexible and accessible learning options in open source GIS. Designed for both beginners and advanced users, these resources allow learners to progress at their own pace. Our online tutorials feature step-by-step instructions, sample datasets, and hands-on exercises. Ideal for self-paced learning, they can be accessed from anywhere in the world, making GIS education nicely accessible.
– actinia introduction: For those interested in cloud-based geoprocessing, our online tutorials on actinia provide a thorough introduction, complete with practical examples.
– GRASS GIS Analysis: Our online resources provide detailed guidance on analyzing environmental data with GRASS GIS, suitable for learners who want to deepen their understanding of spatial analysis.
Onsite Workshops: Interactive Learning Experiences in Open Source GIS
Our onsite workshops provide immersive and interactive learning experiences in open source GIS. Held at a variety of prestigious events and locations, these sessions cover a range of topics from basic introductions to advanced applications. They provide a unique opportunity for direct interaction, hands-on practice, and real-time feedback, enhancing the learning experience for attendees.
Key workshops include (examples):
Surface Classification Techniques: At FOSSGIS 2023 in Berlin, we presented on advanced surface classification from aerial and satellite imagery using actinia, providing hands-on experience in cutting-edge image analysis.
GRASS GIS 8 features and applications: At the OpenDataScience Europe Workshop 2022 in Prague, we presented an in-depth exploration of GRASS GIS 8, covering its new features and applications for processing multitemporal Earth observation data.
Geo-Harmonizer Processing Services: We delved into the intricacies of working with Geo-harmonizer processing services and provided practical insights into this powerful tool.
Remote sensing data processing: At FOSS4G 2022 in Florence, Italy, we conducted workshops focused on using GRASS GIS for effective remote sensing data analysis.