With a focus on emerging technologies and with a fantastic array of inspiring speakers, the packed audiences enjoyed some amazing insights. A review summary and link to the event photos are here.
Well priced tickets are now on sale for the next event being held in Belfast on 11th May by AGI Northern Ireland, along with the list of confirmed speakers. In fact you can still submit papers until 1st April, so read more info here.
Providing insights into the issues which will affect the GI industry over the next few years and beyond, we're providing a monthly snippet to the AGI Foresight Report 2020 , which you'll see here in the column. We’d love to hear your thoughts on the report, in order to make it a living document.
The AGI Asset Management SIG ran a successful event in Bristol mid-March and you can find Jeremy Hidderley's summary here.
The next ECN webinar date has been set for 12th April, which is sure to be another popular activity which you can register for here. Steven Feldman will give his views on the current and future GIS landscape, and the implications for Early Career Professionals before letting the audience pick his brains!
This year sees us collaborating once again with the GeoData series of events, Sterling Geo and GeoBusiness, whose events we will also be attending and which you can find in our Event listing. In addition, AGI Scotland is celebrating the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design 2016, an initiative delivered by VisitScotland.
As ever, if you have any suggestions as to how we can improve our services, please do contact us.
The AGI Team
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