AGI Cymru 2023 Round-Up

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This year AGI Cymru has been developing the AGI GeoCommunity in North Wales including hosting an event linked to Eryri National Park and we met members from across different sectors and industry at our annual conference in Cardiff on the 10th of October. The theme of the conference was ‘Climate Change in Wales’. Discussions were raised on what geospatial data would … Read More

AGI Cymru North Walk and Talk

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A wonderful opportunity to meet others from the GI community in North Wales.  A talk is being given by Carneddau Landscape Partnership Project, about the partnership, its objectives, and the natural and cultural environment of the area. Afterwards there will be a walk and possibly a guided walk around LLywn Idwal.  Take a pack lunch and appropriate footwear. When: 27 … Read More

Save the date – AGI Cymru announce GeoCymru 2023

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AGI Cymru is pleased to let you know that this year’s annual GeoCymru event will take place on 10th October in Cardiff. We will have a wide range of topics on Climate Change in Wales and this is an opportunity once again to meet and listen to our community and industry experts, network with other members and enjoy a full … Read More

GeoCymru 2022 Wales Outdoors – Supporting Health and Wellbeing

2022 saw the first face to face annual conference in 2 years and it was great to catch up with over 60 members of the Welsh Geospatial community in person to look at the importance the outdoors plays in our health. The presentations were opened by our Platinum sponsor CGI who covered the topic of seabed to space looking at … Read More

GeoCymru 2022

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Not long to go until the AGI Cymru Conference on the 9th September. The theme this year is ‘Wales Outdoors – supporting health and well-being”. AGI Cymru is pleased to confirm that Glyn Jones the Chief Digital Officer at Welsh Government will be joining us as keynote speaker. Please book your places using the link below. Early Bird rate closes … Read More

AGI GeoCymru 2021 – The Green Recovery – Reflections and Highlights

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Thank you to everyone who joined us for the successful GeoCymru event this year.  I really enjoyed the event, the range of speakers and perspectives, the increased female speakers from our industry, and a showcase of what’s happening to support the Welsh Green Recovery. It’s easy to take this for granted when you’re close to it, but it’s clear that … Read More

AGI Cymru 2021 ‘Green Recovery’ – Registrations Open!

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AGI Cymru are pleased to announce that registration is now open for their forthcoming annual event, taking place on Friday 24 September 2021 the theme for this year’s conference is ‘Green Recovery’ and will take place as a morning webinar and an afternoon of interactive deep-dive subject matter sessions. Register Here Our focus this year is understanding how green recovery will make … Read More

AGI Cymru Walk and Talk 13 July 2021

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A few members met this week for AGI Cymru’s Walk and Talk at Garwnant Visitor Centre, just outside Merthyr Tydfil. We were lucky to have a warm sunny day and took a leisurely stroll whilst catching up on news from our public and private sector colleagues. It was fantastic to meet up under the government guidelines, take in the beautiful … Read More

Environment Systems is pleased to be able to support QGIS

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Whilst performing some vector work, a staff member at Environment Systems noticed that features had become misplaced after upgrading to QGIS Long-term Release v3.10. Senior GIS Analyst, Matt Yandell-Thomas confirmed the problem and opened a bug with QGIS ( The developers quickly concluded that QGIS itself was probably not the actual cause, but rather some underlying library, and closed the … Read More

AGI Cymru On-Line Pub Quiz

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July saw AGI Cymru host their first on-line pub quiz open to members and non-members. Hosted by Quiz Master Kev, the early leaders Helena, Tom and Cats held their position throughout the Welsh and geography related quiz rounds to take first place. Well done to them and to everyone who took part. A fun Friday night in lockdown. Look out … Read More