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Don’t Miss Out – The Best GI Event of the 2018 north of London

GIS Scotland V2The much-anticipated AGI Scotland Annual Event returns in 2018 after a year off and promises to be even better than before.  We will be coming together at the Lighthouse in Glasgow on Tuesday 27th February 2018, for a day of ideas, discussion and collaboration with fellow members of Scotland’s GI community.

The event will showcase the latest innovation and developments in geographical information in Scotland. Amongst a range of exciting themes, the event will review the increasingly significant role of cybersecurity and data ethics in GI as well as more generally highlighting the latest applications of the technology.  Scotland’s thriving geospatial technology and data industries will be on show, with speakers and attendees from a broad range of sectors.

Bruce Gittings, Chair of AGI-Scotland, said “There is so much happening in our industry – this is the must-attend event for GI professionals in Scotland and Northern England”.

Shona Nicol, Head of the Geographic Information Science & Analysis Team in the Scottish Government added “I always come to the AGI Scotland Event – its the best way of catching up with fellow GI professionals and building new relationships.  This year, my entire team will be there”.

Headline speakers include:

  • Joann Russell, Head of Estates at Historic Environment Scotland
  • Layla Gordon, Head of AR/VR Projects at Ordnance Survey
  • David Frankland, Operations Manager, thinkWhere / Humanitarian OpenStreetMap


Further details and registration are here.  Tickets are going fast, so please don’t miss out!

Our sponsors include thinkWhere, CARTO,  Verisk  and Informed Solutions.

See you in Glasgow!

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