In GISCafe’s coverage of the GEOINT 2015 Symposium, Sanjay Gangal, president of IBSystems, interviews Brad Ward, senior vice president of geospatial solutions for IGS, and Lee Hall, an IGS partner on the project from Lockheed Martin, about the new cloud-based geospatial exploitation solution.
SIRO, a joint venture company between ESB and Vodafone, has selected Intergraph’s partner in Ireland, Irish Mapping & GIS Solutions Limited (IMGS), to supply and implement Intergraph software to aid in the planning, design and build-out of a 100-percent fiber-to-the-building broadband network.
Intergraph's integrated computer-aided dispatch system, I/CAD, has breathed life into the Evonik command and control network and information system, known as ELVIS based on its German acronym.
In this podcast, I talk with Eric Charette, executive technical manager for Intergraph’s utilities and communications division, about how utility providers can turn severe weather and other unplanned events into planned activities and preparedness.
In June, the Group of Seven (G7) Summit convened in Elmau, Germany and was the biggest police operation ever in the State of Bavaria. It was an extremely successful operation for two Intergraph customers: Bavaria State Police and the German Federal Police.
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.
From mobile computer-aided dispatch (CAD) tools to records management, the City of Tucson uses many solutions from Intergraph’s public safety suite. In this HxGN Radio podcast, Luis Romero, IT Supervisor for the City of Tucson, Arizona, talks about how advanced technology is changing public safety for the city.
The mass adoption of smart devices has made us acutely aware of the user experience (UX). We know when an application is intuitive to use and efficient, and when it is not. In this HxGN TV interview, we talk with Intergraph’s UX Team Manager Amy Hawkins and Karin Marquez with the City of Westminster, Colorado.
Earlier this month, Intergraph sponsored GovHack, a free annual hackathon in Wellington, New Zealand. During the weekend-long challenge, 1,200 diverse participants-IT geeks, digital buffs, data analysts, creative whiz, communicators, academia, entrepreneurs and industry enthusiasts- came together in teams to solve real social problems in new and innovative ways for the New Zealand government.
Big data isn't dead; it’s simply evolving. At Intergraph SG&I, we see intelligent data as connected data. Information that is integrated, accessible, and easily analyzed by multiple stakeholders and users. Check out this video on how access to intelligent data can improve public safety.