1st August 2018
In the challenging circumstances of unexpected and catastrophic events, the knowledge, skills and pro-active attitude of GIS volunteers can help co-ordinate resources and map hazards, as was well demonstrated in my homeland of Japan recently.
20th March 2018
Tuesday 27th Feb saw a record-breaking turnout for the AGI Scotland Annual Event in Glasgow. Despite the snow, we welcomed a remarkable 150 delegates, 18 fantastic speakers and were supported by eight excellent sponsors (Gold: thinkWhere, Ordnance Survey, Informed Solutions and Europa Technologies, and and Silver: Verisk Geoinformation, CARTO, British Geological Survey and 1Spatial).
20th December 2017
AGI Scotland’s Annual Event is coming to The Lighthouse, Glasgow, on Tuesday 27th February 2018 for a day of ideas, discussion and collaboration with fellow members of Scotland’s GI community. Put the date in your 2018 diary!
1st August 2017
Update from Damian Testa, Senior Public Affairs Manager for AGI and RGS-IBG: Transport Scotland (TS) is in the process of reviewing its National Transport Strategy (NTS); this sets the long term vision for transport policies in Scotland.
1st June 2016
The AGI Scotland annual conference was a first for ECN, and our presence there furthers our commitment to engaging with members across the UK. Since the launch of ECN we are going from strength to strength and have received huge support from industry, academia and many active volunteer members who devote their time to organising events.
4th February 2016
The first tickets for the AGI Scotland Annual Event have now been sold, so keep an eye out for the next batch of tickets at a great booking rate, thanks to the support of our sponsors! Book here now.
28th January 2016
30th September 2015
The waiting is over! AGI Scotland are sponsoring the Edinburgh Earth Observatory (EEO) team for another programme of exciting talks.
The first talk is THIS week - Fri 2nd Oct - with Cecilia Macintyre, Head of Census Quality and Data Exploitation at the National Registers of Scotland.
20th January 2015
The seminar given on the 5th December by Professor Mike Worboys was entitled: ‘A Fresh Look at the Object-Field Dichotomy’. In Mike’s own words, this was a ‘fairly abstract’ talk that looked at the mathematical structures lying behind geographical objects and fields, as well as introducing a fresh look at their definitions. Professor Worboys, an Honorary Professor in the School of GeoSciences here at Edinburgh, is a mathematician by trade, and throughout his career has tried to bridge the gap between GIS and the mathematical theory behind it.