In this HxGN Radio podcast, Rod Martinsen discusses how Intergraph Planning & Response harnesses the collective capabilities of diverse responders and provides a single source of information throughout the entire life cycle of major incidents and events.
With safe city-ready components that advance city capabilities and an extensive technology and implementation partner ecosystem, our Safe City Framework breaks down traditional ICT silos by supporting different data, systems, and processes, which help cities accommodate diversity among organizations and IT environment.
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.
Discover how LAFIS leverages Intergraph Planning & Response to harness the collective capabilities of diverse responders and provide tools to manage incidents and events throughout the entire life cycle.
In this HxGN TV episode, we talk to Auburn University's Anthony Skjellum about the IoT, Industrial IoT, and the implications these trends will have on utility and communications networks. Watch as we discuss the next wave of technology systems that will impact the utilities and communications enterprise.
During last week’s annual IACP conference, Halton Regional Police Service was presented with the 2017 IACP/Cisco Community Policing Award. Here's a look at the award and some of the regional initiatives the agency has designed to address various issues and challenges in the communities it serves.
Each year APCO Canada finds an exotic location to host its annual conference, bringing together leading experts, professional speakers, and colleagues that represent public safety communications agencies from across Canada. Here's a preview of the technologies and sessions we'll be featuring at this year's event.
At Smart City Expo World Congress 2017, we are demonstrating how Hexagon’s technology solutions help make cities safer. Here’s a rundown of the technologies and panel discussions you’ll see at this year’s event.
Whether maintaining access to drinking water or ensuring power during a major incident, utility companies play a significant role in the recovery process. But when clear communication and working toward common objectives are crucial, how do response agencies and utility companies stay on the same page? In this post, we answer that question and more.
Here’s a preview of our Chief Technology Officer Kalyn Sims’ IACP 2017 session, “The Future of Policing & Security.” During her session, Sims will talk about how police and security agencies are using robotics, the cloud, and other technologies to achieve multi-agency connectivity, coordinated incident management and response, and predictive policing.