Do you have a question about the work of the AGI that we have not answered on the website?
The AGI team are available for membership, press and all general enquiries by phone and email 09:00-17:00 Monday – Friday excluding Bank Holidays, so please do get in touch and we will be very happy to help.
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E-mail us at: email@example.com
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The Association for Geographic Information
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Press & Media
As the membership body for the UK Geospatial Industry, the AGI offers comment on a wide range of issues affecting the relationship between geospatial and the wider economy.
If you'd like to know what we believe are the key issues in a particular topic, or to learn about the impact geographic information can have on commerce, the AGI council and members comprise a wealth of expertise across the geospatial sector and can comment with authority on a range of issues. In the first instance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
What our members say
Esri UK is proud to be an AGI member organisation. We share their vision around the role of geospatial technologies in our society and a sustainable future. Being part of a community that helps articulate and promote this vision is something we can only achieve as an industry and with the AGI.
Charles Kennelly, CTO, Esri UK
Ordnance Survey are proud to have been actively involved in the AGI for over 30 years. The AGI provides a respected, independent and representative voice for the geospatial community as a whole, convening a network of companies and professionals from all over the UK and all sectors of the economy. Membership of AGI provides us with opportunities to collaborate with others, to help promote and develop the industry in the UK, and offers us a valuable channel to receive feedback that we use to improve our data, products and services. AGI helps us support and develop our staff by providing opportunities to grow as professionals, developing skills and experiences through participation in cross-industry working groups, or the Early Career Network.
David Henderson’s (Ordnance Survey, Chief Geospatial Officer)
As an organisation with geographic information at its core, Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland is delighted to be an AGI partner. We share the vision around the role and importance of geospatial data as a driver for economic growth and for developing a sustainable future and work closely to cultivate a thriving and supportive geospatial community in Northern Ireland.
Jim Lennon, Chief Survey Officer, Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland