Association for Geographic Information Presents Awards for Geospatial Excellence

At a ceremony at this year’s GEO Business event, the Association for Geographic Information (AGI) presented five awards to recipients of the highest calibre recognising excellence within the geospatial sector. Fergus Craig, Co-Chair of the AGI, presented David Henderson with the Chairperson’s Award for Outstanding Service to the Geospatial Community. Chief Geospatial Officer at Ordnance Survey, David Henderson has over … Read More

It’s not all about the money! Our recommendations for achieving sustainable professional development

AGI Early Careers Network

In 2022 the AGI Early Careers Network (ECN) in collaboration with the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) carried out a survey to establish what early career professionals value most from their employers (other than pay), and how these values change as careers develop. The survey results, published in January 2024, revealed some interesting results, including the high relative importance of … Read More

Mark Your Calendars for AGI Flagship Event GeoCom 2024

Get ready for an exhilarating journey into the world of geospatial technology at GeoCom 2024! This year, we’re embracing the theme ‘Connecting Communities; the Geospatial Perspective’. We will delve into how geospatial technology is revolutionizing the way communities connect and interact. Stay ahead, connect, learn and lead. What is GeoCom? GeoCom is the crown jewel of AGI’s events, the largest … Read More

AGI Releases New Report on Geo Skills

The Association for Geographic Information AGI

The Association for Geographic Information (AGI), has released a new report on the future of skills within the sector. Following a roundtable event, which convened a wide range of stakeholders from government, industry, academia, and professional competency bodies, the recently published report outlines discussions focused on issues such as supply and demand, competition from other sectors and competitive wages. The … Read More

AGI Scotland CV Review Event

Registrations is now open for the highly regarded AGI Scotland CV Review Event. This years event will be held on the 5 June in Edinburgh. While it will be a more low-key event this year, focusing solely on CV review sessions, it’s still an opportunity not to be missed! Whether you’re seeking employment in the geospatial sector or seeking to … Read More

AGI Awards for Excellence to be Announced at GEO Business 24

The Association for Geographic Information (AGI), will present its Awards for Excellence at the UK’s largest geospatial event GEO Business. Working with event organisers Diversified Communications, the Association will also have a significant presence on the show floor, which it will use to make announcements about new AGI Networks, forthcoming surveys and research activities, and outreach events. “GEO Business is … Read More

AGI Northern Ireland Group Vacancies

AGI Northern Ireland

AGI Northern Ireland Group are looking for three new committee member to help deliver its mission. Open to GIS Professional, Student or Graduates who are wanting to share their experience and expertise to help raise awareness and promote GI within an NI context. If you are interested in volunteering, please email us on and tell us a bit about … Read More

New Chairs Announced at Association for Geographic Information

The Association for Geographic Information AGI

The Association for Geographic Information (AGI), the membership group for organisations and individuals working in the geospatial sector, has announced, for the first time, the appointment of Co-Chairs as it celebrates a year of success and change. Following a change in the AGI’s Articles of Association, voted for by members of the at the Annual AGM, Fergus Craig of NV5 … Read More

AGI Scotland Annual Conference 2024

AGI Scotland goes from strength to strength, delivering another fantastic annual event in Glasgow on 27th February, with more than 160 people attending. The theme was “Maximising the use Data and Technology”, and an enthusiastic audience heard keynotes from Steven Ramage from the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites and Charles Kennelly from ESRI on spatial data ethics. Other speakers came … Read More

AGI Northern Ireland Conference – Registration Open!

The AGI Northern Ireland Conference returns on 13 June 2024 at 9am at the Riddel Hall, Queen’s University Belfast. Registration is now open for the event and early bird tickets are available until midnight Tuesday 7 May 2024. Read More and Register This years theme is ‘Sustainable Futures: Geospatial Innovations and Impacts’. We are living through rapidly changing times and working within … Read More