What is AGI Scotland?

AGI Scotland is a sub-group of AGI focused on the interests of the geographic information community in Scotland. It has its own committee which promotes the aims of the AGI within the Scottish context and co-ordinates activities with the national body.

AGI Scotland is currently co-ordinating a major initiative in Scotland to define a National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI). Similar national and international initiatives are underway.

If you are an AGI Member and would like to join the Scottish regional group, go to the member self service area.
The objectives of AGI Scotland are:

  • to promote awareness on GI and how it could benefit the citizen, commerce and good governance within Scotland
  • to gain access to Scottish and UK governments
  • to bring together people with an interest in GI within Scotland
  • to tune and deliver membership benefits to Scottish members
  • to encourage AGI membership at the grass roots level within Scotland


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