Bluesky Aerial Photos at Heart of New Met Police Mapping Tool


Leicestershire, UK, 08 February 2024 – High resolution aerial photography from Bluesky International is informing day-to-day decision making, long-term planning and reporting at London’s Metropolitan Police Service. Supplied as part of a multi-million-pound Government mapping contract, the Bluesky imagery is an essential layer in the Met Police’s newly relaunched Met Map. A lightweight, web-based Geographical Information System (GIS), Met Map provides … Read More

New Esri UK partner Temple creates biodiversity net gain assessment tool

Streamlined workflow helps users meet England’s new legislation Temple, one of the UK’s leading environment, planning and sustainability consultancies, has joined the Esri UK partner network as a Silver Partner. The new partnership enables Temple to use Esri’s GIS (Geographic Information System) technology, combined with its environmental expertise to develop innovative new software solutions for clients. The UKHab and BNG … Read More

AGI Early Careers Report 2023

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‘It’s not all about the money: What do early career professionals in the geospatial sector value from their employers?’ In 2022 the AGI Early Careers Network in collaboration with the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) surveyed geospatial professionals to understand the relative importance of organisational values and employee terms and conditions to early career professionals and how these change as … Read More

Delivering Conservation at Scale

An organisation that is working to redefine and expand conservation across the UK is using Esri’s ArcGIS system to gain a deeper understanding of landscapes, habitats and species across a portfolio of land covering almost 30,000 acres.

Optimising Agri-Tech with Data Integration

Agri-EPI Centre stands at the forefront of revolutionising farming practices through cutting-edge technology. Born out of a need to promote sustainable and profitable food production, Agri-EPI utilises innovative solutions including robotics, autonomous systems, and data analytics. The vast data ecosystem that underpins their operations: integrating diverse data from a myriad of sources into a coherent, actionable catalogue, presented a significant … Read More

CGI’s Machine Vision solution delivers a powerful source of IoT business intelligence by leveraging Artificial Intelligence

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Montréal, Quebec, 16 January 2024  CGI (NYSE: GIB) (TSX: GIB.A) today announces the launch of new computer vision solution, CGI Machine Vision, which uses the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to transform asset and infrastructure monitoring. The solution enables organisations across industries to improve processes, increase efficiencies and reduce costs by generating business intelligence not previously possible through traditional monitoring solutions or … Read More

Affinity Water selects Cadcorp to fulfil digital mapping requirements

Spatial insight company Cadcorp has secured a contract with Affinity Water to license Ordnance Survey® (OS) data. The contract includes the provision of OS MasterMap™ Topography Layer, AddressBase® Premium, 1:50 Colour Raster, and Terrain® 5. The agreement encompasses a range of services necessary for the supply of OS datasets. This involves data preparation, extraction, quality assurance, and delivery. Cadcorp is … Read More

1lntegrate 4.2 Leverages Inheritance for less taxing Rule Building

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Cambridge, UK, 9th January 2024, ( 1Spatial, the global leader in location master data management solutions that improve data quality and governance, is pleased to announce the latest release of 1Integrate for automated data validation and enhancement. Improved Ontology and Reference support means a streamlined process for those using linear reference systems (such as Departments of Transportation), or any hierarchical … Read More

AGI Early Careers Network 2023 Round-Up

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AGI GeoCom: ECN Networking Session The ECN held a successful lunchtime networking session at this year’s GeoCom providing young professionals an informal opportunity to find out more about the various paths to geospatial accreditation. Thanks to all those who attended, including the representatives from RGS-IBG, RICS and CICES who gave up their time to be on hand to answer any … Read More