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posted on : 21 Mar 2018


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posted on : 22 Oct 2017

GIS Day November 15th, 2017As a part of GIS Day 2017, GeoVin Solutions is conducting a one day workshop on Topic "GIS Today and Beyond". GIS Today and Beyond aims to introduce novices and professionals to the power of geographic thinking. Participants will be exposed to GIS maps and tools, visualizing and querying spatial data, discover patterns, obtain and communicate information to others in their own...

posted on : 15 Jan 2017

GeoVin Solutions Training Academy announces Crash course in GIS for professionals Duration: 1 week (14 hours) Date: 08.02.2017 Timings:- 7.30 am to 9.30 am (Morning Batch)          5.30 pm to 7.30 pm (Evening Batch)             For details:-                      ...

posted on : 31 Aug 2016

GeoVin Solutions (P) Ltd.Thiruvananthapuram announces Training Programs in Geomatics.Certificate Course in GeoinformaticsPart Time - Duration (Two Months)  Timings - Monday to Friday (8 am to 10 am - Morning Batch)  Timings - Monday to Friday (5 pm to 7 pm - Evening Batch)  NEXT BATCH STARTS ON September 19th  , 2016Course Fee Rs 20000/- REGISTER ONLINEFor details, contact: GeoVin...

posted on : 09 Jul 2015

An Internship program was conducted by Kerala Forest Resource Institute for M.Tech (Hydroinformatics) Students from Government College of Engineering Thrissur from May 11th to May 30th, 2015 in collaboration with GeoVin Solutions.,  Vinod P G,  Dr A R R Menon and Ms. Shaleena Elizabeth of GeoVin Solutions led the classes. 9 students of M.Tech batch of GEC Thrissur, participated. 

posted on : 26 Jun 2015

Research work entitled FOREST AND WILDLAND FIRE RISK ASSESSMENTUSING GEOSPATIAL TECHNIQUES: A CASE STUDY OF NEMMARA FOREST DIVISION, KERALA, INDIA by R.S. Ajin, Ana-Maria Ciobotaru , P.G. Vinod and Mathew K. Jacob is published in Journal of Wetlands biodiversity, Vol 5, pg:-29 to 37, 2015

posted on : 01 Jun 2015

One day workshop on the topic  Application of Geo - Information Technology in  Forestry Research was organised by GeoVin Solutions on 04.05.2015 at Kerala Forest School Walayar as the part of National Technology Day Celebrations 2015. 35 officials from Kerala Forest department partciapted. The classes where led by Dr A R R Menon and Vinod P G of GeoVin Solutions.

posted on : 13 Feb 2015

Vinod P G, Scientist, GeoVin Solutions presented the paper titled: Forest Fire Risk mapping using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques: A case study of Periyar Tiger Reserve, Kerala, India. 27th Kerala Science Congress" in the oral session category on 28th January 2015 at Camelot Convention Centre Pathirtapally. Alappuzha.

posted on : 12 Feb 2015

1.    1.     Ajin, R.S..Vinod P.G and A.R.R.Menon, 2015. Forest Fire Risk Mapping using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques: A case study of Periyar Tiger Reserve, Kerala, India. Proc. 27th Kerala Science Congress, Alappuzha. 27-29 January 2015. Kerala State Council for Science,Technology and Environment, Thiruvananthapuram. pp.214.   2.     Vinod P G, Ajin R S, and A R...

posted on : 16 Jan 2015

Tsunami Vulnerability Mapping Using Remote Sensing   and GIS Techniques: A Case Study of Kollam District, Kerala, India Abstract Tsunamis are caused by the displacement of a large volume of water, generally in an ocean or a sea. Submarine earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, underwater explosions, continental shelf landslides, glacier calvings, meteorite impacts, and other powerful submarine disturbances have...

posted on : 16 Jan 2015

FOREST FIRE RISK ANALYSIS USING GIS AND RS TECHNIQUES: AN APPROACH IN IDUKKI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, KERALA, INDIAAjin. R. S, Vinod. P. G and A. R. R MenonGeoVin Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, Indiavinoddevikripa@gmail.comABSTRACTForest Fire can cause considerable environmental damage and brings aboutsignificant change in the ecosystem of a region. The selected study area, IdukkiWildlife Sanctuary is prone to...

posted on : 01 Aug 2014

GeoVin Solutions provide cutting edge academic project assistance for students from various academic programs interested in geoinformation technology. Our in depth training methodology, which is practical and thoroughly interactive using leading GIS softwares, ensures maximum learning benefit for the students. Excellent Research Guidance for various academic research courses can also be provided by University approved...