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.
Trends across the utility industry suggest that traditional GIS solutions lack the necessary information to support advanced operational requirements. In this post, discover how combining an advanced enterprise GIS foundation with network model management provides utilities with more reliable and interoperable network models that support operations and maintenance.
HxGN LIVE 2018 in Las Vegas is the only place to get up close and personal with our utilities and communications technologies. Check out these must-see training sessions and workshops from our Smart Infrastructure conference track.
In this HxGN TV episode, The City of Barcelona’s Director of Smart Cities and Telecommunications Joan Batlle discusses the city’s Urban Lab project.
HxGN LIVE 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada, will be here be you know it. Here are five more public safety hands-on training sessions we’ve added to our Smart Safety & Security conference track.
Kick off the spring by accelerating your Intergraph Computer-Aided Dispatch (I/CAD) knowledge and making the most of your technology investment. Learn more about how to register for our upcoming I/CAD courses in this post.
During February, we held two Canadian HxGN LOCAL events in Toronto and Calgary. During the events, we hosted more than 300 people, watched inspiring keynotes, presented two industry-specific tracks, and showcased our solutions with live demos. Check out our HxGN LOCAL highlights in this event recap.
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.
The only way to take advantage of these amazing public safety training sessions is by joining us Tuesday, June 12, at HxGN LIVE 2018 in Las Vegas. Learn more about these sessions and how to register in this post.