The Irish Organisation for Geographic Information (IRLOGI) is the umbrella organisation for the Irish geospatial industry and is a member of EUROGI – the European umbrella organisation for geographical information (GI). Formed in 1995 to represent the Irish GI community, IRLOGI’s mission is to stimulate the development and effective use of GI across the country. The organisation’s strategic objectives are:
to act as a focus for the collection, exchange and dissemination of GI
to encourage the development and adoption of quality, reliable standards for GI
to represent the interests of the Irish GI community nationally and internationally
to encourage and support education and training in GI
Abstract Submission Open!
13th Irish Earth Observation Symposium (IEO19)
Copernicus Data for Ireland
Deadline: November 22nd 2019
5-6th December 2019
Venue: The Human Biology Building, National University of Ireland, Galway
Please submit 300 word abstract to IEOS2019@ichec.ie by 22nd November (Friday). Remember to put the subject line of your email as "IEOS 2019 Abstract Submission your_last_name".
Attendance for both days is free but you will need to register. Registration will open on 1st November until 29th November.
Annual Conference 2019 - Thank you!
IRLOGI would like to thank everyone who sponsored and attended the recent GIS Ireland Conference 2019 which was held at the Irish Management Institute in Sandyford, Dublin.
The event included excellent exhibitors and speakers from the likes of Jacobs Engineering, Teagasc, and the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform (to name just a few).
We look forward to seeing you all at the next conference in 2020!
EUROGI Members Meeting Conference Update
The annual EUROGI Member's Meeting Conference was held on 11th October at the IMI Campus.
IRLOGI would like to express a big 'thank you' to all of the international attendees and speakers who attended the event!
Geographic Information (GI)
Geospatial information, also known as location information, is information describing the location and names of features beneath, on or above the earth's surface.
At its simplest this can mean the basic topographical information found on a map. On a more complex level it can include different location-related datasets combined into layers that show information such as land use and population density. (Linz website)
Members & Network
The Irish Organisation for Geographic Information (IRLOGI) is the umbrella organisation for the geographical information industry in Ireland. IRLOGI is led by our Executive Committee.
Access to leading players in the Irish Geo industry.
Networking opportunities for you and your colleagues.
Sharing of industry insights and knowledge.