During the HxGN LIVE conference last week, we revealed our Safe Cities vision and our plan to leverage cloud technology as a common platform for our Safe Cities solutions – and beyond. In case you missed any of the keynotes or big announcements, here’s a recap of all of the things we shared and discussed during HxGN LIVE 2017.
In their HxGN LIVE 2017 keynote address, Kalyn Sims and Dan Retzer delve into how you can improve the quality of life of your citizens through the fusion of information and technologies in the cloud. Check out this recap and learn more about our enterprise information architecture approach to achieving safer cities globally.
Every year during HxGN LIVE, we present a select group of customers with Icon Awards for their vision and innovation in using our software to significantly benefit their citizens, customers, and communities. Learn more about this year's Icon recipients and watch their stories.
Discover how Anglian Water partnered with Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure to create an advanced utility GIS solution that streamlined its IT systems, improve its business operations, and ensured better service deliver and customer satisfaction.
In this episode of HxGN TV, we talk with Darby McKee, director of business operations, GeoSpatial Innovations, Inc., about how features in the company's Distribution Design Studio integrate with Intergraph G/Technology and automate the network design process for our utility customers.
In this HxGN TV episode, we talk with Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure’s Mike Baker, global product manager for Intergraph NetWorks, about how Intergraph NetWorks uses web services to help network operators address many of the business and technical challenges facing them in the 21st century.
In this HxGN TV episode, we talk with utility industry experts Eric Charette and Doug Scaife about how our new ADMS solution helps utility providers improve their network reliability and resilience by streamlining operations and expediting critical actions.
After attending this year’s DistribuTECH conference, we had the task of digesting all of the content the conference had to offer and deciding how it applies to our utilities customers. Amid all of the conference sessions, panels, and exhibitors, there were a lot ideas and technology fighting for mindshare. Here were the three most recurring themes we experienced throughout the conference.
While network data is used extensively by engineering and operations, it’s rarely visible or available to other stakeholders across the utility or communication enterprise. Intentionally or unintentionally, network data critical to the business is placed into engineering silos. If you’re ready to liberate and integrate your network data, here are a few important things you need to know about Intergraph NetWorks.
Network operators own and manage a lot of data. Intergraph NetWorks helps to break through this data overload by making it easier for field crews to access, visualize, update, and share location-based engineering and operational data and capabilities on smart devices.