At this year's Future Forces Forum, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure sponsored a Geospatial, Hydrometeorological, and GNSS (GEOMETOC) workshop and present our Mapp.X concept. Check out our recap on the Future Forces Forum.
We find ourselves crafting a new vision for our customers, our communities and our company – a vision expressed by the Hexagon brand. While Intergraph SG&I brings a heritage and history crafted from decades leading in competitive markets, carrying the Hexagon banner opens up even more opportunities to deliver innovative and flexible solutions to our current and future customers.
In less than a decade, I have seen how we as a company have evolved progressively and steadily. I am confident we are building on a strong legacy of Intergraph SG&I to build an even stronger Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure in Asia Pacific. As a Hexagon brand, we will demonstrate growth, constant value creation, solutions-driven innovation and customer’s satisfaction.
After five years as a Hexagon brand, I am pleased to announce that Intergraph SG&I is undergoing an exciting change. We are changing our name. From this day forward, we will be known as Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure.
At a time of budget constraints placed on U.S federal government agencies, the investment in inPURSUIT WebRMS has been a cost-effective force multiplier, helping the U.S. Coast Guard Investigative Service make the U.S. a safer place to live and work.
Intergraph Government Solutions (IGS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Intergraph® Corporation, a Hexagon company, serving the U.S. federal market, has unveiled a comprehensive, cloud-based solution for visualizing, analyzing and processing geospatial information. The solution is being demonstrated at the GEOINT 2015 Symposium, June 22-25, in Washington, D.C.
Intergraph Government Solutions (IGS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Intergraph Corporation serving the U.S. Federal market, was awarded a five-year contract by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA).
In the Canadian oil fields, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are used for surveying land and inspecting equipment.