The Association of Geospatial Industries (AGI) is an industry-led non-profit non-government professional organization that represents the interests of geospatial industry in India and works towards the advancement of geospatial technologies and their applications.
AGI serves as a forum for exchange of ideas, techniques, approaches, and experiences by those who design, implement, and use geospatial technology solutions. Our members represent various aspects of Geospatial technologies, including satellite-based remote sensing, aerial and drone-based survey, LiDAR, ground-based survey, GIS, Cloud computing, services, and solutions.
AGI leads, connects and builds an ecosystem of stakeholders relevant to the Geospatial Industry who develop, use, or benefit from these technologies. We play a proactive role by extending outreach, sharing knowledge, facilitating networking and enabling business development for the Geospatial Industry in India, working with several levels of governance for improving policies related to geospatial technologies, while taking into account the concerns of the Geospatial Industry.
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