Last week, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure participated in an industry panel at the Resilience Conference in Ottawa, Canada. In this post, Pamela Bernier provides her insights on the panel's discussion topics as well as how organizations can build resilience into people, processes, and technology.
Recently, we discussed how many public safety agencies are becoming data-driven decision makers. In this follow-on post, Pam Bernier talks to Chris Klimm about of how public safety agencies can immediately apply real-time data streams to analytics and machine learning.
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.
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.
This week we celebrate 50 years of 911 service in the United States. In this post, we look at the past, present, and future of 911 and related technology.
In this HxGN Radio podcast, we talk to Peter Crosbie and Gina Steadman to answer the question: What’s new in CAD? Listen as we discuss I/CAD 9.4’s new enhancements and capabilities.
Accelerate your Intergraph Computer-Aided Dispatch (I/CAD) knowledge and make the most of your technology investment with training. Here's a preview of the I/CAD courses we're offering in February and March.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the public safety training courses we'll be offering at HxGN LIVE 2018.
In this HxGN TV episode, Jay Jonas, a member of the Fire Department of New York, tells his amazing survival story of the September 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center. Watch as we talk about what happened that day and how those events have changed how the department responds to emergencies.