Highway safety planning is core to the overall mission of any state’s Department of Transportation. In this post, industry expert Bruce Aquila discusses Model of Inventory of Roadway Elements (MIRE) and analyzes its effect on the highway safety planning process.
In this post, we give you our insights into SC&RA’s Specialized Transportation Symposium, changing oversize/overweight regulations, and how Intergraph SafeHaul helps DOTs modernize routing and permitting.
Last week in Ottawa, Ontario, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure received NAV CANADA’s Supplier Award of Excellence. The award recognizes suppliers that have provided outstanding support to the organization in the past year.
How can IoT devices be leveraged by the transportation industry? In this post, transportation industry expert Bruce Aquila discusses how IoT technologies can be applied to infrastructure management, operations, roadway data collection, and autonomous interconnected vehicles.
Sponsored by A Professional Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals (ATSIP), this year’s International Traffic Records Forum had tracks and sessions that focused on many aspects of highway safety data. In this post, transportation industry expert Bruce Aquila discusses some of the high points from the data analysis and visualization track.
Cities are experiencing an increase in the movement of OS/OW vehicles along normal traffic corridors. With Intergraph SafeHaul, transportation and public safety agencies can ensure safe routes and proper permits are in place, keeping roads safe for citizens. Here’s a look at Intergraph SafeHaul's key benefits.
During the HxGN LIVE conference last week, we revealed our Safe Cities vision and our plan to leverage cloud technology as a common platform for our Safe Cities solutions – and beyond. In case you missed any of the keynotes or big announcements, here’s a recap of all of the things we shared and discussed during HxGN LIVE 2017.
In their HxGN LIVE 2017 keynote address, Kalyn Sims and Dan Retzer delve into how you can improve the quality of life of your citizens through the fusion of information and technologies in the cloud. Check out this recap and learn more about our enterprise information architecture approach to achieving safer cities globally.
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 In this post, we discuss how outdated routing processes can cost DOT's a lot of taxpayer dollars.
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.