At this year’s APCO Canada conference, Hexagon’s Safety & Infrastructure division presented on how dispatchers can support safe city initiatives and what their role would look within a safe cities framework. Here’s what we focused on during our workshop.
Today’s cities strive for a safer, more effective transportation system for the traveling public. In this post, we discuss how collaboration between policymakers, engineers, and design technology contributes to safer streets and cities.
In this post, Michael Seah discusses how public safety agencies can overcome today’s big challenges using multi-agency coordination as well as other topics he’ll cover in our upcoming Safe Cities webinar.
Recently, Manoj Pandit participated in the “Decoding Smart Cities” panel discussion for India's The Economic Times. Here's a panel recap and video of Pandit discussing the value of data sharing, limitations of technology standardization, implementing best-of-breed technologies, and longer-term approaches to building smarter and safer cities across India.
Recently, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure teamed up with Huawei during CeBIT 2018 to showcase solutions that support the development of Safe and Smart Cities. Here's a recap of the technologies we featured.
In his HxGN LIVE 2018 keynote, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure’s Bill Campbell discusses the need for contingency planning and Hexagon’s ability to ensure public safety agencies and utilities organizations have redundant ICT systems for business continuity.
In his HxGN LIVE 2018 keynote address, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure President Steven Cost introduces the concept of the Internet of People (IoP), which represents those men and women who deliver essential public services and the citizens who benefit from them.
Every year at HxGN LIVE, our keynotes are an opportunity to discuss what trends are shaping the industries we serve, how we’re addressing these needs through innovative technologies, and the successes of many of our customers around the globe. Here’s a preview of the keynotes we’ll be presenting during HxGN LIVE 2018.
Safety in tomorrow’s cities depends on multiple services being connected and working together with a singular purpose on common objectives. In this post, John Cazanis highlights the topics and issues he'll discuss in our upcoming Safe Cities webinar series.
There are times when unplanned incidents and emergency require multiple groups of essential responders to effectively work together. But often there isn’t a common system or technology framework being used. In this post, we discuss how safe city technologies enhance emergency management.