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  • Join the GIS Day Celebrations with Azimap

    By Andrew Bennett | Wed 1st Nov 2017

    This International GIS Day, why not join us for a new series of webinars that have been launched by Azimap The series of four webinars is aimed at experienced GIS professionals and those who are new to GIS technology. Covering four different topics, the webinars will firstly introduce users to Azimap Cloud GIS before expanding into the benefits small business can gain from using Azimap and showcasing the advanced spatial analysis and di

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  • Mallon Technology to Attend AGI-NI Annual Conference 2017

    By Andrew Bennett | Sun 23rd Jul 2017

    The AGI-NI annual conference, Northern Ireland's premiere GI event this year returns once again, bigger and better than ever before. For the first time, the conference will be held in the centre of Belfast at Belfast City Hall which should ensure there will be a fantastic atmosphere for the event. Coinciding with GIS day celebrations, the conference, hosted by the AGI-NI Regional Group, will provide delegates with the opportunity to l

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  • International GIS Day Webinar

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 7th Nov 2016

    Mallon Technology is excited to announce that we will be hosting a new webinar to coincide with International GIS Day, titled Using QGIS to Automate Flood Depth and Extent Data. Taking place on Wednesday 16th November at 14.00 (GMT), the webinar will explore how QGIS can be used to establish the processes to automatically generate flood hazard data.GIS Day GIS Day is an annual celebration of all things GIS! First organised in 199

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  • International GIS Day 2015

    By Andrew Bennett | Wed 11th Nov 2015

    To help celebrate this year's International GIS Day we have delved deep into the history books to uncover the true history and origins of GIS to see just how much has changed and developed since the early days back in the 1960's. The early beginnings of GIS has its roots in Canada in the 1960's, where Roger Tomlinson, now widely credited as the 'Father of GIS', introduced the concept of Geographic Information Systems to the Canada Land Inv

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