This degree is an excellent choice if you want to deal with global challenges such as climate change, security and urban development, or if you dream of creating advanced mobile applications.
Geoinformatics is an integral part of our everyday lives. Use your mobile device and it constantly wants to know your whereabouts. Check the weather forecast or switch on your car navigation device, and location is again the key word. Shoot aerial video with your drone or jump into virtual or augmented reality – once again, you encounter geoinformatics.
Geoinformatics engineers are the ones who measure and analyse big data. They know how to visualise complex geospatial problems and turn them into beautiful maps, infographics and applications. They understand the spatial dimensions of Earth as well as its full complexity as a living, moving and changing planet.
Geoinformatics is a multidisciplinary field that combines technical, mathematical, computational and visual knowledge. You will learn the state-of-the-art methods for acquiring, processing and utilising geographic data.
You can choose one of the subjects within geoinformatics to focus on, such as geodesy (positioning, navigation geodesy), photogrammetry, laser scanning, remote sensing, geographic information technologies or cartography.
Prior completion of basic courses in mathematics and statistics and programming skills as well as an interest in geo IT are required in order to apply for the Master’s Programme. All courses are taught in English.Where can you work in the future?
This curriculum will prepare you for key positions in academia and industry. You may find yourself working for private, public or non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
Some of our alumni create decision-making tools. They monitor the global environment and help find solutions to problems like the energy crisis or the uneven distribution of natural resources.
The Geoinformatics programme is offered at Aalto University.
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