Membership in the Centre is open to anyone interested in how policy and the law are having an impact on the use of geospatial technology and the collection, use and distribution of geoinformation. Membership is available for businesses, government agencies, universities, law firms, trade associations, individuals and students.
The Centre provides government, business, technical and legal professionals a chance to learn, interact and develop a community of interest with others interested in the intersection of law, policy and geospatial technology. Membership supports the Centre’s goal of creating a forum for industry, government and academia to understand and address the legal and policy issues that impact geospatial information management. Membership also supports the development of consistent and transparent laws and policies in order to create “location-enabled” societies, while protecting individual rights and liberties.