AGI Scotland Annual Conference 2024

We are pleased to announce that the AGI Scotland Annual Conference will take place on Tuesday, 27 February 2024, at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow.

This year’s theme is “Valuing what we have - Maximising the Use of Data and Technology”.

Geospatial insight offers significant opportunities and has the power to create lasting value. Join us to explore how Scotland’s GI Community is harnessing the power of data and technology to find real-world solutions to some of our most pressing challenges.

Confirmed Speakers

Keynote Speaker: Steven Ramage, Chief Executive Officer - Committee on Earth Observation Satellites
Best Way to Maximise Data and Technology: People

Keynote Speaker: Charles Kennelly, Group Chief Technology Officer - ESRI UK
Spatial Data Ethics

Donya Davidson, Natural Capital Manager
Developing a Landscape Scale Natural Capital Tool for Scotland

Rob Dunfey, Geomatics Manager and Global Geospatial Coordinator – Shell
Powering Progress with Geospatial

Mike Kerr, Head of Geo-Information Services – Scottish Forestry
Enabling a Mobile Workforce with a Geospatial Capability

Zoe Russell, Co-Founder - Rethink Carbon 
Building Climate Tech Start-Up with Open Data

Richard Harris - Intelligent Reality
Everything, Everywhere all at Once: Unifying Data for Geospatial Analysis, Forecasting and Visualisation

Arun Gopinath, CEO and Co-Founder - Vahanomy Ltd
Location Data in Risk Analysis for EVCI

Jo Cook, Data Discoverability Lead - Astun Technology
Standing on the Shoulders of Giants- Not Reinventing the Wheel

David Eagle, Director of Service Delivery – Tensing
Maximising the use of Data and Technology for Climate Resilience: Strategies for a Sustainable Future in Scotland

Tom Timms, Sales Director – Verisk
How do you Age Every Building in Scotland and Why is it Important?

Sruthy J Kunnel, Geospatial Information Architect - Infinite Analytics Pvt. LTD
Database Management of POI Data: Comparative Insights from Multiple Data Sources

Alex Wilde - Shaping Places for Wellbeing
Identifying Inequalities to Impact on Decision-Making and Improve the Wellbeing of a Place?

Rionagh Moggach -  Zulu Ecosystems and Chris Fleet - National Library of Scotland
Machine Learning and Public Collaboration: Locating Scotland's Historic Woodlands

Key Information

📅 Tuesday 27 February 2024

🕘 09:00 - 17:00

 📍  Radisson Blu Hotel, 301 Argyle Street, Glasgow G2 8DL

 £  Prices shown include VAT

This event offers 4 AGI CPD Points

Standard Rate Tickets

AGI Member Rate £84.00
Non-Member Rate £168.00
Student Rate £60.00

The AGI Member rate is only available to Professional Members. Network Members will need to select the Non-Member rate.

The AGI are pleased to offer a student rate for this event. To receive this rate you must register using your University email address.