CdoGEO, together with partners, successfully implemented the Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing of the Earth (ERS) Advanced Training ProgramAleksei Stepanov
On February 21, the training under the “Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing of the Earth” advanced training program was successfully completed at the Center for Advanced Training, Quality Management and Marketing (CdoGEO) of the Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies of Kazan Federal University.
The training was held in a remote format with webinars, where the Director of the engineering and geodetic company Eridan LLC Rafik Nazarov took part as an expert. Traditionally, the course participated by employees of RN-BashNIPIneft LLC.
This course is devoted to the topic of remote sensing and their application both in topographic and geodetic, mine surveying, survey work and obtaining orthophotos, digital models, terrain, 3D models of structures, territories and cities objects.
“Once again, our motto “We integrate everybody’s possibilities for the success of everyone” fully reflects the essence of our work. This program was implemented in cooperation with Rafik Nazarov and Eridan LLC. The course was held remotely, however, according to the tradition of CdoGEO, all students received an invitation to visit the Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies and Kazan Federal University, to see laboratories, museums and Kazan, in any format as a personal visit, with family or as part of a business trip. We invite our listeners and their children, brothers, sisters, neighbors – future applicants to the Open Doors Day. We meet this Sunday, February 26 at 9:00 at the address: Kazan, st. Kremlevskaya 4/5,” invites Ildus Chukmarov, Deputy Director for Marketing of IGPT, Director of the Center for Advanced Training, Quality Management and Marketing (CdoGEO).
13 specialists of OOO RN-BashNIPIneft received certificates of professional development of the established KFU standard. This year alone, 35 employees of RN-BashNIPIneft LLC were trained in 6 advanced training programs, and 87 specialists in 29 programs trained in 2022.