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Geography and Environmental ScienceUndergraduate study

Remote Sensing Analyst

Remote sensing analysts work with data measured from satellite or aircraft to infer what it means about the world, presenting maps and other information to display the results. The role may also involve some fieldwork to corroborate the findings by taking field measurements.

Typical work activities

 

Qualifications needed to become a remote sensing analyst

  1. An undergraduate degree in Geography.
  2. A master's degree in Remote Sensing, or similar subject with a large component of remote sensing in modules or coursework.

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