The geomatic approach is in essence multifaceted and multidisciplinary. It gives access to the three main professional communities concerned by geographic information technologies and their applications:
- acquisition of geolocated data (GPS or equivalent technologies, digital imaging by drone, airplane or satellite, LiDAR ...);
- transformation of data into meaningful and structured information, and integration into information systems via various computer technologies (GIS, big data, 3D virtual reality and augmented reality ...);
- simulation and spatial analysis of phenomena taking place on the territory (study of urban evolution, natural or agricultural areas, analysis of road traffic and mobility, establishment of infrastructures, prevention and risk management, civil security, defense. ..).
A wide range of professions
- Database administrator including geographical
- Environmental consultant, eco-advisor, in charge of environmental studies
- Land-use planning engineer, territorial analysis project manager
- GIS Software Developer and GIS Manager
- GIS consultant
- Computer Network Architect Engineer
- Engineer in positioning technologies or 3D imaging
- Webmapping Engineer
- Product manager in production
- Researcher in Territorial Sciences...
A strong network of enterprises
Altran, Bouygues Télécom, BRGM, Capgemini, Cerema, CGG, ESRI, FIT Conseil, IGN, Ikos Consulting, Ingérop, Isogéo, Magellium, Mobigis, Office international de l’eau, Office national des forêts, RATP, Safran, Schlumberger, Services d’urbanisme des collectivités territoriales, SNCF, Soldata, Star-Apic, Stéria, SopraGroup, Systra, Total, Véolia, Vinci Construction.
ENSG students have no difficulty finding a job once their degree is obtained:
Learn more (fr)Témoignages d'étudiants diplômés de l'ENSG
(La consultation de cette ressource nécessite l’installation du module Adobe Flash Player ou d’un lecteur multimédia autonome utilisant la technique Flash.)
Updated the 30 November 2018△