Design, coordination and project management in the field of Spatial and Geographic Information.
Knowledge and experty on modern spatial data acquisition technologies by satellites, aircraft, laser-scanning or UAV (UAV).
Mastery in processing and analysis of spatial data using management information systems (GIS) and image processing, availability and visualization of spatial information on mobile systems and Web services
Design and implementation of spatial data infrastructures to support decision in all scientific, technological and economic activity in that location is relevant.
Most of the decisions taken today are directly or indirectly related with geographic or geo-referenced information. This geospatial information supports planning, measures, management and decisions in the domains of transports, energy, telecommunications, environment, cadastre and land management, national defense and civil protection as well as in logistics and natural hazards management. The objective of geospatial engineering is to produce trustworthy spatial information from the first to the final product with high standard levels required by the different users. Due to its political and economical relevance, and for national security and defense, the geospatial and cartographic information consists in a priority to any modern society.