AGI Cymru is a national sub-group of the Association for Geographic Information (AGI). Representing a wide diversity of interest and experience. We aim to promote the development of the use of Geographic Information in Wales by encouraging improvements in standards and providing training and networking opportunities through events, seminars and conferences.
The Steering group gives us the chance to:
Our strength is bringing together a diversity of interest and experience for the benefit of GI in Wales. We act as a focus for the GI Community in Wales and as a resource upon which the GI community can call.
Please come and talk to us as we welcome contact from others, so that we can take your ideas and aspirations forward. We want AGI Cymru to be truly representative.
We are an active group of like-minded people who want to see GI go mainstream in Wales.
We do welcome new members (participating or corresponding) who are committed to sharing our vision and to move GI forward in Wales. For information please email AGI Cymru's current chair Adam Burke:
You can also keep up to date with AGI Cymru via:
Recent Events & Activities:
Hosted by AGI, with support from OSGeo:UK, AGI Cymru's 2017 event brought Wales' geocommunity together to examine different perspectives and case studies of using free and Open Source Geospatial and Open Data.
Upcoming Events & Activities:
28 June 2018 - Better Mapping, Wales
Better Mapping Wales is an event hosted by the Royal Geographic Society (with IBG), and the British Cartographic Society. Better Mapping promotes great cartographic practice to the mapping industry and beyond. Our full day of seminars will feature a number of expert presenters, covering a range of topics and techniques that will help you to improve the quality, accuracy, and effectiveness of your maps ~ and your presentation of geospatial data.
Register here (places are limited!): https://www.rgs.org/events/better-mapping-cardiff-2018/
5th October 2018 - GeoCymru 2018 - Navigating the sea of open data - SAVE THE DATE
This year's popular open geo conference discusses the ocean of opportunities for using open data and software in the context of 'Wales, year of the sea'.
More information to follow!