East Herts District Council selects Cadcorp for advancing digital planning services

Cadcorp customer awarded DLUHC Digital Planning Programme Funding for innovating planning services East Herts District Council, (EHDC) has been awarded funding from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) Digital Planning Programme Funding under Round 4 of the PropTech Innovation Fund. The funding enables the council to work in partnership with Cadcorp to adopt a cloud-based, digital GIS … Read More

Bluesky National Tree Map Helps Protect Galway City’s Biodiversity

Leicestershire, UK, 14 March 2024 – Galway City Council is applying Bluesky International’s unique National Tree Map (NTM) data to assist the development of strategic planning policy designed to protect and support wildlife trying to survive in dwindling habitats due to the expansion of urban areas. The NTM data was used in a study by the Vincent Wildlife Trust (VWT) … Read More

Cadcorp cloud access to Environment Agency Real Time flood-monitoring

Latest addition to Cadcorp Data Service assists organisations in visualising flood-prone areas and mitigating flood-related challenges Cadcorp has expanded support for Environment Agency Real Time flood-monitoring within its desktop GIS and web mapping software. As part of the cloud hosted Cadcorp Data Service, users can now access regularly updated flood warnings. Users can display flood warnings for a specific county, … Read More

CGI launches Artificial Intelligence (AI) solution to help insurers streamline account settlement process

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CGI (NYSE: GIB) (TSX: GIB.A) announces the release of CGI Elements360 ARC-IBA (Accounts Reconciliation Centre-Insurer Broker Accounting), the latest product within its CGI Elements Insurance suite of solutions -. CGI Elements360 ARC-IBA is an Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered platform where both brokers and insurers can settle accounts in one place. The solution aims to help drive substantial change for account settlement across … Read More

Esri UK launches new geospatial student scholarships to help diversify the industry

Micro-scholarships aim to help larger number of Black and mixed Black heritage students Esri UK today announced it has partnered with Akama Fund, a charity dedicated to supporting students and facilitating accessible scholarships, to create a new scholarship programme for Black and mixed Black heritage students. Designed to support 60 higher education students, in disciplines related to the geospatial industry, … Read More

AGI Launch Awards for Geospatial Excellence

The Association for Geographic Information (AGI) has re-launched its highly popular awards for excellence within the geospatial sector. Entries for the awards are being sought from organisations and individuals, working in or with geospatial, who want to showcase innovation, achievements and best practice. The AGI 2024 Awards Categories are the ‘Chairperson’s Award for Outstanding Service to the Geospatial Community’, ‘Geospatial … Read More

UK Power Networks selects 1Streetworks software to revolutionise streetworks planning

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Cambridge, UK, February 28th, 2024, (www.1spatial.com) 1Spatial, the global leader in managing geospatial data is pleased to announce that following conclusion of a successful trial, it has signed a 12-month contract with UK Power Networks (UKPN), for its Traffic Management Plan Automation (“TMPA”) solution, under the 1Streetworks brand in the UK (“1Streetworks”). There were over 4 million low-speed road works … Read More

AGI and GGP to Work Together to Secure Geography at the Heart of Government Decision Making

The Association for Geographic Information (AGI) and the Government Geography Profession (GGP) have agreed to work together to combine their experience, expertise and outreach to further the impact of geospatial data and technology within the public sector. By working together, they will help grow the geospatial community, and will build on recent activities such as the AGI’s Skills Roundtable. “The … Read More

‘It’s not all about the money’ for Early Careers Professionals Concludes AGI / RGS Report

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The Association for Geographic Information (AGI) and Royal Geographical Society, with IBG, (RGS-IBG) have released the results of their survey into the values of early career professionals within the geospatial sector. Published by the AGI, the report concludes that opportunities for learning and development are particularly important to those in their early and mid-careers whilst employee wellbeing, job security and … Read More