While GIS companies have stated that utility network models could be managed by the GIS alone, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure's position has always been that utility companies need true network model management. For over 40 years, our models have been a real-world representation. Visit us at Booth 3019 during DistribuTECH 2018 to learn more.
Over the past year, changes in technology and business objectives have started to impact the utilities industry, giving many companies a reason to seek out the advice and expertise of electrical grid technology vendors. Here's a look at the three most important topics DistribuTECH attendees will experience at this year's conference.
Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure’s HxGN LOCAL – Toronto is right around the corner and will be hosted at the International Centre on February 6. Here’s a look at the training, topics, and other sessions our utilities, communications, and pipeline conference track we’ll focus on during the event.
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.
Held at Hexagon’s Capability Center in Hyderabad, India, more than 450 Hexagon customers and partners from across the country attended this year's HxGN LOCAL India conference. Here’s a look at the sessions and demos that took place during Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure's track at last week's event.
Discover how MITNETZ STROM used Intergraph G/Technology and Intergraph G!NIUS to standardize its existing network data while creating an operational-ready model that is sharable across the enterprise and accessible via the web.
With flexible, accessible, and robust out-of-the-box capabilities, Intergraph NetWorks extends engineering and operational data to critical business systems and users across the utilities enterprise. In preparation for our upcoming webinar, here's a look at Intergraph NetWorks and its capabilities.
In this post, we look at how Intergraph NetWorks empowers network operators to consume and display infrastructure data in innovative ways while providing the flexibility to take advantage of new technologies.
At the heart of web services is the ability for computers and systems to communicate with each other. Discover how Intergraph NetWorks improves the usability and communication between your network data, business systems, and Intergraph G/Technology functionality.
In his latest video blog post, utilities industry expert Eric Charette discusses the current state of automation adoption for damage assessment and storm management solutions. Watch him talk about what utilities face as damage recovery and service restoration plans unfold in the wake of Hurricane Irma.