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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

BIM: The Next Level - programme and speakers' information

Thursday, 16 April 2015

The second in the 2015 series of Geo:The Big 5 events is BIM: The Next Level, which will be held in Cambridge on 23 April 2015. In addition to the plenary presentations, we have a fantastic range of speakers demonstrating the latest thinking in the BIM journey towards Levels 2 and 3, as well as case studies in applications of geographic information. 

Work is beginning on UK GEMINI v2.3

Thursday, 16 April 2015

UK GEMINI is an AGI publication that is a core enabler of, the UK’s national data portal, and of the UK’s response to the INSPIRE Directive. Working with Defra, the AGI Standards Committee plan to publish version 2.3 of UK GEMINI in the summer of 2015.

Sensors and Mobile - programme and speakers' information latest

Thursday, 16 April 2015

The third in the 2015 series of Geo:The Big 5 events is Sensors and Mobile, which will be held in Belfast on 14 May 2015. In addition to the plenary presentations, we have a fantastic range of speakers who will share their insights into Sensors and Mobile.

The full details and event programme can be viewed here.

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