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Utility Companies Are Emergency Responders Too

Whether maintaining access to drinking water or ensuring power during a major incident, utility companies play a significant role in the recovery process. But when clear communication and working toward common objectives are crucial, how do response agencies and utility companies stay on the same page? In this post, we answer that question and more.

Extending Network Data Across the Utility Enterprise with Intergraph NetWorks

With flexible, accessible, and robust out-of-the-box capabilities, Intergraph NetWorks extends engineering and operational data to critical business systems and users across the utilities enterprise. In preparation for our upcoming webinar, here's a look at Intergraph NetWorks and its capabilities.

Controlling the Recovery, Not the Weather

With severe storms, damage to the utility network is inevitable, which makes preparation essential. In our latest webinar “Simplified Storm Recovery Through Automation for Your Utility,” we explore the importance of preparing for weather events as well as having the right tools in place to quickly recover and store services.

Looking Beyond Upgrading Utility Assets in Storm Prone Areas

Utility providers are stepping up efforts to improve their ability to withstand a storm and recover from it – for an overall more reliable grid. With many preventative actions taking place, are they all truly covered? To better prepare and recover from the next storm, check out the two key focus areas that should be addressed on blue sky days.

The True Cost of Not Having an Oversize/Overweight Solution

Intelligent routing solutions can avoid costly problems such as bridge strikes and ensure that roads on approved detour routes are used according to design and purpose. In this post, we discuss how outdated routing processes can cost DOT's a lot of taxpayer dollars.

Routing Oversize/Overweight Vehicles through Major Metropolitan Areas

On June 6, we are hosting a webinar with Washington, D.C.'s District Department of Transportation to discuss the benefits the agency has realized by using our oversize/overweight (OS/OW) routing solution. Here are a few things you’ll learn by attending the upcoming webinar.

Experiencing the Dynamic Utilities Community at DistribuTECH 2017

After attending this year’s DistribuTECH conference, we had the task of digesting all of the content the conference had to offer and deciding how it applies to our utilities customers. Amid all of the conference sessions, panels, and exhibitors, there were a lot ideas and technology fighting for mindshare. Here were the three most recurring themes we experienced throughout the conference.

How NJ TRANSIT Improves Services and Real-time Data Management

Discover how NJ TRANSIT built its technology foundation on Hexagon GeoMedia products to streamline real-time data management and improve transportation services to its passengers.