AGI Northern Ireland Annual Conference 2024

Registration is open for the AGI Northern Ireland Conference, taking place on Thursday 13 June, at Riddel Hall, Queen's University Belfast.

This years theme is 'Sustainable Futures: Geospatial Innovations and Impacts'.

We are living through rapidly changing times and working within dynamic environments. In many cases, changing what we do and how we do it becomes essential to overcome the challenges we face. This year we are highlighting geospatial innovation in public, commercial and academic sectors with particular focus on the following topics:

  • Earth Observation processes and methods.
  • Advances in new methods of data analytics such as AI technology.
  • Innovation through GI in regional and local government to meet budget challenges.
  • Building geo-literacy, innovative GIS interfaces (web apps/dashboards) and capabilities to engage communities and the public sphere.

Key Information

📅 Thursday 13 June 2024

🕘  08:45-16:45

📍 Riddel Hall, Queen's University Belfast

 £ Ticket Prices

Early Bird tickets are available until midnight on Tuesday 7 May 2024.

Early Bird Rates
AGI Early Bird Member Rate: £25.00
Early Bird Non-Member Rate: £75.00
Early Bird Non-Member (Public Sector Employee) £40.00
Early Bird Student Rate: £20.00

Prices shown are excluding VAT.

Standard Rates
Standard Member Rate: £35.00
Standard Non-Member Rate: £85.00
Standard Non-Member (Public Sector Employee) £60.00
Standard Student Rate £30.00

The AGI Member rate is only available to Professional Members, Network Members will need to select the Non-Member rate.

All bookings will be validated once submitted. If you are selecting the student rate, you will need to register using your University email address and for the Public Sector tickets, please use your organisation email address.


If you are interested in sponsoring our event, please feel free to contact our AGI Member Support on

Call for Papers

Calling all GI users, specialists and experts. The deadline for submission of paper proposals is 5pm on Tuesday the 30 of April 2024.