IIT Bombay national-level collaborative Indian Mapping Event
IIT Bombay national-level collaborative Indian Mapping
The data collected from Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) platforms have tremendous potential in mapping India’s resources, agriculture, climate and disaster management, rural and urban planning, and in identifying pathways for future development. Such maps can be created using free open source platforms (such as QGIS).
A team can choose one of the problem statements given below or select a topic of their choice
- Mapping of natural resources / man-made features.
- Change Detection based on AWIFS or LISS III Datasets.
- LULC Change with hotspots using LULC maps from Bhuvan.
- Flood Maps.
- State-wise Health Care Indicators Maps.
- Locust infestation / Stubble burning / Low lying areas / Jhum Cultivation.
- Road Network / Drainage Maps.
- Land Degradation Maps.
- Health infra, population, age group, etc. for Vaccination.
- Detection of change in Waterbodies / Reservoirs / Wetlands.
: 07 Dec. 2020 - 18 Dec. 2020
: 14 Dec. 2020 - 31 Dec. 2020
: 04 Jan. 2021 - 10 Jan. 2021
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