Our Members

Our members consist of individual and organisational members in the public, private, NGO, and academic/research sectors. IRLOGI helps represent the interests of these innovative professionals who use powerful GIS technology to solve some of the key challenges which our nation faces - environmental, social and economic.

IRLOGI offers valuable opportunities to network, share knowledge and get involved in the Irish GIS industry. Membership types include the following tiers:

  1. Student/OAP: open to currently enrolled students.

  2. Corporate: open to fulltime employed workers.

  3. Public Sector: open to public sector staff.

Current Members

The following are the current members of the Irish IRLOGI GI community.


Public Departments & Authorities

Local Government

Academia & Research

Corporate

EUROGI

EUROGI is the European umbrella organization for Geographic Information. Established in 1994, EUROGI represents the needs of all organizations in Europe who use “G.I.”

EUROGI’s Vision:

Geographic Information with all its aspects should become a fully integrated component of the European knowledge-based society.

EUROGI’s Mission Statement:

In order to ensure good governance, economic and social development, environmental protection and sustainability, and informed public participation, the mission is to maximise the availability, effective use and exploitation of GI (geographic information) throughout Europe. This requires EUROGI to stimulate, encourage and support the development and effective use of GI and relevant technologies and policies, and to act as channel of the voice for the European GI community, private and public sectors alike.

On 7 December EUROGI, the European Umbrella Organisation for Geographic Information, held a whole day Members Meeting at which the focus was on underground infrastructure. IRLOGI was represented at the Members Day by our President, Bruce McCormack, who regarded the Day as being most informative with initiatives in other European countries being shown which may well provide a way forward for Ireland.

The presentations and an overview of the day can be found at eurogi.org/activities/events/emm2_2017/

To learn more about EUROGI click here.

What our Members say...

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Bruce McCormick, IRLOGI President

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