Celebrating 10 Years of Icon Awards

This year marks the 10th Anniversary of Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure’s Icon Awards. When we started the Icons back in 2007, we were looking for customers who were more than just customers. We were searching for customers who believed innovative applications and approaches to technology were central to making a bigger difference for the customers and communities they serve. And after 10 years, this criteria still holds true.

To date, we have honored 33 customers as Icon Award recipients. Whether it’s a public safety agency, utilities provider, transportation department, or defense organization, each Icon recipient is an industry leader and model for what’s truly possible with innovation.

During this year’s HxGN LIVE conference in Anaheim, California, we recognized and honored another cohort of Icon Award winners in the presence of 10 recipients from years past. Here are some pictures of this year's winners taken during this the Icon ceremony.


Madhya Pradesh Police receiving their Icon Award.


ESB Networks with IMGS, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure's partner in Ireland, accepting their
Icon Award.


Halton Regional Police Service accepting their Icon Award.


Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure's President Steven Cost talking with ESB Networks.


Bill Campbell, senior vice president of the Americas, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure,
talking with Halton Regional Police Service.


Andrew Munro, senior vice president of APAC, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure, talking
with Madhya Pradesh Police.


Kerry Fehrenbach
About Kerry Fehrenbach

Kerry Fehrenbach is the vice president of global marketing for Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure. In her more than 15-year tenure at Hexagon, Fehrenbach has led global marketing, managed nationwide government relations, facilitated strategic planning, and actively participated in corporate community events. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University and an MBA from Vanderbilt University. Fehrenbach has served on the board of the Huntsville Hospital Foundation, Girls, Inc., and the Huntsville Madison County Chamber of Commerce.

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