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Bhuvan Training Programme for ENVIS Centres Image

Bhuvan, a product of National  Remote Sensing Centre (ISRO),  provides  an easy way  to  experience, explore and visualize IRS images over Indian region.

 Bhuvan  is  an  initiative  to  showcase imaging  capabilities  of  ISRO's  satellites  in  multiple  spatial resolutions through a web portal. Bhuvan showcases  Indian images  by  the  superimposition  of  these IRS  satellite  imageries  on  3D  globe.  It  displays  satellite  images  of  varying  resolution  of India’s surface, allowing users  to  visually  see  things l ike  cities  and  important  places  of  interest  looking perpendicularly  down or  at an oblique angle, with different perspectives and can navigate through 3D viewing environment.  Bhuvan web  portal  enables  us  to zoom  into  specific  area of  interest at high resolution images using its thematic sections.

 

(source: http://bhuvan.nrsc.gov.in/)

 

“Customised Hands-on Bhuvan Training Programme for ENVIS Centres”

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NRSC, Balanagar, Hyderabad

(28th & 29th July, 2015)

 

A 2-day training programme for ENVIS Centres is schedule to be held at Hyderabad at National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), ISRO, Balanagar, Hyderabad during 28th and 29th July, 2015.

This training programme is intended for skills development during this training session to become useful in creating and disseminating content relating to the themes assigned to ENVIS Centres in geo-spatial platform in Bhuvan portal. Senior Scientists from NRSC, ISRO will demonstrate how Bhuvan portal resources could be used for enriching the content of ENVIS websites. It is emphasized that features of Bhuvan portal may be used by State and Thematic ENVIS Centres for further dissemination of information.

 

 


Date of News:  27-Aug-2015