26th May 2016
We're delighted that Charley Glynn and Paul Naylor from Ordnance Survey will be returning to host Part Two of their Cartographic webinar for the Early Careers Network on Weds, 8th June 2016.
11th May 2016
The Geographic Economy - the Benefits of Investing in Geospatial Technology was the title of our recent packed AGI NI annual conference held in Belfast. This photo reflects the theme - and success - of the day! Proper review will follow.
28th April 2016
Welcome to our latest monthly newsletter for a catch-up on all our activities, publications and events.
27th April 2016
Members may already be aware of the sad news of the death of Lord Chorley at the end of February. Lord Chorley was responsible for the Chorley Report in 1987 on The National Geographical Information Policy of Britain, the trigger that launched the AGI.
26th April 2016
As part of Geography Awareness Week which is celebrated globally from the 15th to the 21st of November, World GIS Day is a key event on the geographer’s calendar. World GIS Day first took place in 1999 as an international day for geographers to demonstrate real world applications that are making a difference and to educate young users of the benefits in using digital maps to make better decisions.