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Sensors and Mobile - Updated programme and speakers' information

Sensors and Mobile - Updated programme and speakers' information

23rd 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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BIM: The Next Level - programme and speakers' information

23rd April 2015

BIM: The Next Level - programme and speakers' information

The second in the 2015 series of Geo:The Big 5 events is BIM: The Next Level, is today being held in Cambridge, 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. 

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Work is beginning on UK GEMINI v2.3

16th April 2015

Work is beginning on UK GEMINI v2.3

UK GEMINI is an AGI publication that is a core enabler of data.gov.uk, 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.

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Help AGI build a support network for Early Career Professionals

19th March 2015

Help AGI build a support network for Early Career Professionals

AGI provides a collective voice for the geospatial industry and supports members throughout their careers and as their businesses grow. However, we want to do more to help our younger members, early in their careers.

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Do you identify individuals and groups in data that you exchange with others?

18th March 2015

Do you identify individuals and groups in data that you exchange with others?

BS 8766 'Names and identifiers of individuals and groups. Data structure for interoperability' was published in 2004, and is up for regular review. The AGI Standards Committee would like to hear from any members with experience of using this standard, good or bad, to contribute to the right decision about the British Standard - whether it should be confirmed as is, revised, or withdrawn.

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