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Welcome to our latest monthly newsletter for a catch-up on all our activities, publications and events.




As you'll have seen, the AGI and RGS (with IBG) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding, which will be great news for our members as the ties are strengthened between our organisations. You can read the full details here, along with other reporting about the AGI in the latest, smart looking edition of GIS Professional (pages 6, 8 and 28.)

The new AGI Council Members for 2017 have been elected and have already met once this year, so we'd obviously like to wish them all well in their new roles for this year. There's more info about them here.

Regarding events, please save the date of Thursday, 26th October 2017 for the next GeoCom event! Here's a quick overview of the last one if you missed it!

Just a quick mention of the GISRUK 2017 Annual Conference in April, which we are supporting. We're also happy to announce that we are once again supporting the GeoDATA series of Showcases this year, as well as GEO Business 2017 in May. All of which are very valuable meeting places to promote the advances in our geospatial world and beyond.

If you'd like to catch up on the content of last week's Asset Management SIG event, you can read all about it here.

There are a lot of events and training activities in our calendar being hosted by our member companies, so don't forget to keep abreast of them.

Finally, we're pleased that the newest, fascinating Insights article has been submitted by Paul Georgie of Geo.Geo. Could you write and submit one? Take a look at the guidelines and send your Insights to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

With our best regards

The AGI Team

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"By 2020, it will not be unusual to have geolocated sensors feeding live information for live decision makingin a variety of urban situations.We should also have a better evidence base for decision making, whether at the planning or operational level."

"Train stations themselves will be able to manage the flow of trains into and out of the station, the flow of cars and the flow of people into, through and out of the station, through retail outlets, car parks and pick-up points."

Excerpts above in section 4: Innovative Technologies (p27-32)
The AGI Foresight Report 2020



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