TGG

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AcronymDefinition
TGGTerbium Gallium Garnet
TGGTriple Graph Grammar
TGGThe Geek Group (Grand Rapids, MI)
TGGThe Greater Good
TGGThe Great Gatsby (F. Scott Fitzgerald novel)
TGGThe Good Guys
TGGTransformational Generative Grammar (linguistics)
TGGKuala Terengganu, Malaysia - Sultan Mahmood (Airport Code)
TGGThe Guggenheim Grotto (band)
TGGTeletta Gross Gymnasium (Germany)
TGGThe Greatest Game
TGGThe GeoInformation Group (UK)
TGGThe Gathering Goddess (UK)
TGGThe Geotechnical Group (Needham, MA)
TGGThe Gang Green (New York Jets website)
TGGThe Goal Getters (Canada; est. 1991)
TGGTechno Global Graphics Co., Ltd. (Thailand)
TGGThe Go Game
TGGThe Golden Goblet (children's historical fiction book)
TGGTemporary Geographic Grid
TGGThird Generation Gyro
TGGThe Game Gallery (gaming website)
TGGTraining Grades Group (UK)
TGGThe Gun Geek (website)
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a leading data analytics provider, announced the acquisition of The GeoInformation Group, a leader in the field of geographic data solutions based in Cambridge, United Kingdom.
The GeoInformation Group offers large-scale mapping services and geospatial data and analytic solutions to a wide array of companies and more than 300 public sector organizations.
Seppe Cassettari, chief executive officer, The GeoInformation Group.
The GeoInformation Group (TGG) was tasked with capturing the location of Harrow's green space that required maintenance.
The work undertaken by The GeoInformation Group has helped us improve the management of the maintenance programme with the overall project enabling savings of around GBP1m in the process'.
UKMap, designed by the GeoInformation Group, is the UK's first commercially funded large-scale topographic mapping and addressing database created independently of the Ordnance Survey.
The GeoInformation Group believes that users will benefit from having a choice, as well as from the increased detail available on its 1:1,000 maps, which show information such as the location of trees and speed bumps, the height of buildings and the names of individual shops.