Discover how SnoPUD uses Intergraph G/Technology’s database-centric architecture for network model management. Learn more about how SnoPUD merges its as-built network with its as-operated model to make daily corrective measures to its services.
There are many moving parts to make a city safe, and utility companies make a large contribution to achieve that goal. In this post, we look at how utility companies educate citizens, work across multiple jurisdictions, and collaborate with community stakeholders to ensure safer cities.
At DistribuTECH earlier this year, we encountered many utility companies asking some basic questions about fiber optic networks and associated technologies. In this post, we provide a primer and a sample of the topics we'll discuss in our upcoming webinar on April 25th.
Improve your agency's access to information, build a data-driven organization, and better manage your limited resources. Check out the records management and analytics sessions we’re offering at HxGN LIVE 2018.
Recently, we discussed how many public safety agencies are becoming data-driven decision makers. In this follow-on post, Pam Bernier talks to Chris Klimm about of how public safety agencies can immediately apply real-time data streams to analytics and machine learning.
HxGN LIVE 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada, is two months away. If you’re looking to increase your knowledge of Hexagon’s computer-aided dispatch, records management, analytics, and mobile solutions, here are five must-attend public safety hands-on training sessions we’re offering at this year's the conference.
A safer city is shaped by using integrated software solutions. In this post, we look at the transformative power technology has on cities as well as other topics we'll discuss in our upcoming Frost & Sullivan webinar on Safe Cities..
Recently Snohomish County PUD, Boreas Group, EPRI, and other utility industry experts took part in a webinar and discussed initiatives transforming how utilities rely on advanced enterprise and operations-ready network models. Watch the webinar and discover how this reliance goes beyond the use of traditional GIS solutions.
This week is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. The second week of April honors the men and women who serve as 911 call-takers, emergency dispatchers, radio and phone technicians, and other public safety communications staff. Join us as we say thank you.
Today’s police, fire, and EMS agencies have a myriad of incoming and outgoing data points to manage and make sense of. Learn how Intergraph Business Intelligence for Public Safety helps agencies better store, organize, and analyze data from multiple mission-critical sources.