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Membership Benefits

Convene, connect and collaborate

We provide many networking opportunities for members at our events, seminars and workshops, encouraging debate and forward thinking for the benefit of the whole community.

Promoting the value and benefits 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.

Representing the GI community to policy makers

We are continually engaging with the Geospatial Commission's senior leadership team to represent your views and influence policy. We advocate for the investment in skills, shared standards and best practice, as well as better access to data.

Providing a focus for the GI community

The AGI's flagship event, GeoCom, provides a platform for world class speakers to share their vision of where geospatial information professionals can create a step change to deliver economic and societal value.

CPD, training and education

We actively encourage all our members to continue learning by participating in our free CPD scheme and to exchange their geospatial expertise with each other. Corporate members can seek CPD accreditation points for their training courses.

Latest News

Covid-19 creates steep learning curve and significant opportunities – what have we learnt so far?

Thursday, 02 July 2020

As we navigate the language of lockdown, I’ve noticed just how hard it is to avoid clichès when describing responses to Covid-19. It’s tempting to talk about the ‘lessons learnt’ but with the pandemic still unfolding, I think we should be focusing on what we’ve learnt so far – and how we can use that knowledge to adapt to future challenges.

Cloud migration path for Cadcorp SIS Desktop

Wednesday, 01 July 2020

Cadcorp is offering existing customers the option to transition their on-premise desktop GIS to the cloud

New opportunities for geospatial data in Scotland

Wednesday, 01 July 2020

It’s been a busy few months at Ordnance Survey since the launch of the Public Sector Geospatial Agreement (PSGA) in April for England and Wales, and with Scotland joining the PSGA in May to make it the first collective geospatial agreement for Great Britain.

Central government and the NHS must now use UPRNs and USRNs to unlock the power of place

Wednesday, 01 July 2020

From 1st July, Unique Property Reference Numbers (UPRN) and Unique Street Reference Numbers (USRN), which are the unique numerical identifiers for UK property and street locations, will be the standard for central government and NHS organisations for referencing and sharing property and street information.


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