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Membership Benefits

Provides a focus for the GI community

We provide many event networking opportunities for our members, which encourage debate and forward thinking for the benefit of the whole community.

Promotes the value and benefit of GI

We work hard to ensure that the AGI's voice extends beyond the gi industry, as the considerable pace of technological advancements enables everyone to do more with their data.

Represents the GI community to policy makers

Infuencing policy is a key driver for the AGI, given the reach that geographical information has on all our lives. Thus we are continually forging new senior relationships which aid our mission.

Keeps an eye on emerging markets

Our annual Big5 series of events focus on the key trends for gi professionals across all markets, ensuring cross fertilisation of ideas and new business opportunities for our partner members.

Encourages best practice and innovation

The AGI's Annual Awards reflect the importance we place on current best practice and innovative uses of geographical information across all sectors, be they commercial or public.

Promotes training, education and CPD

We actively encourage our student members and indeed all our members to continue learning and exchanging their expertise with each other about all things geospatial.

Latest News

Review of BS 7666: comments required by 30th June

Thursday, 16 June 2016

BS 7666 Spatial datasets for geographical referencing was created and is maintained by the AGI Standards Committee. The Standard has been in use for more than 20 years, and forms the basis for various national data initiatives such as the National Street Gazetteer (NSG) and the National Land and Property Gazetteer (NLPG).

AGI Northern Ireland Annual Conference Report

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

The 11th May saw the arrival of summer in Belfast, and with the sunshine came the AGI NI Annual Conference with a record of over 120 delegates who listened to a range of presentations and debate on everything from the Map of the Future, to the impact of change and driving the need for value, with some innovative customer stories thrown in.

Early Careers Network webinar link available

Wednesday, 08 June 2016

Hosted by Tim Newman, the second part of the Cartographic webinar has just taken place today. Charley Glynn and Paul Naylor from Ordnance Survey have again provided lots of useful tips and hints about working in the world of cartography.  If you missed it, see below for the link.

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