How can control centers optimize resource coordination and cooperation with other centers? How can spatial databases be maintained more efficiently to benefit dispatch systems? These questions and more were the focus of our second HxGN LOCAL Talk event. Here’s a look at the event's topics, discussions, and outcomes.
For effective and efficient response, fire agencies need access to critical information anywhere, not just in vehicles. In this post, we discuss our upcoming webinar and how agencies can enhance fire response capabilities with our mobile solutions.
Discover how Alberta Health Services used Intergraph Business Intelligence for Public Safety to address its demand for accurate, timely, and highly consistent complex data reporting.
PSAP interoperability is critical to making emergency response more efficient and communities safer. In this post, we look at the many topics and facets we'll explore in our upcoming webinar on PSAP interoperability.
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.
Recently, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure joined Microsoft at its Public Safety and National Security Solutions Hub during Mission Critical Technologies 2018. Here's a recap of the technologies and solutions we shared with conference attendees.
Every year, we hear great feedback about our Customer Spotlight sessions from HxGN LIVE attendees. Where The Zone provides expert-guided demos of our solutions, our Customer Spotlight sessions deliver examples of how our solutions are solving challenges in the real world. Here’s a look at our Smart Safety & Security Customer Spotlight sessions for HxGN LIVE.
Early this month, we connected with many Canadian fire and rescue customers at the annual Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs Conference in Mississauga, Canada. Here's a look at the public safety products and solutions we showcased at this year's conference.
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.