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7 Reasons Utilities Trust Us with Their Network Models - #2 Sophisticated Network Tracing

In this blog series, we're highlighting the seven reasons utility providers trust Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure with their network models. For this installment, Mike Baker, product manager for Intergraph G/Technology and Intergraph NetWorks, discusses the sophisticated and intelligent network tracing capabilities of our utility solutions.

7 Reasons Utilities Trust Us with Their Network Models - #1 Robust Data Modeling

In this blog series, we are highlighting seven reasons utility providers trust Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure with their network models. For this installment, Mike Baker, product manager for Intergraph G/Technology and Intergraph NetWorks, discusses the robust data modeling capabilities of our utility network solutions, which provide complex data model support and mirrors the real data needs of utility providers.

How Integrating Intergraph G/Technology and SAP Improves Efficiencies for Utilities

Today’s utility companies are looking for ways to improve business and technology efficiencies across the enterprise. Many of them are finding it with Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure’s SAP integration module. Here’s a look at how our SAP integration module enhances efficiencies within the utility enterprise.

What’s Ahead for the Utility Industry

In this HxGN TV episode, we talk with geospatial and utility industry expert Geoff Zeiss from the popular blog "Between the Poles". Watch as we discuss some of the biggest technology trends that will change how utilities as well as the even bigger part geospatial technology will play in managing tomorrow’s electric grid.

4 Lessons Learned - PECO Energy’s InService 9.3 Upgrade

With a service coverage area spanning 2,100 square miles across five counties, PECO Energy is the Philadelphia-region’s largest utility. An Intergraph InService customer for more than 15 years, PECO decided in mid-2015 that it wanted to benefit from the latest enhancements and capabilities InService 9.3 had to offer. Here are four key lessons PECO learned during its 18-month InService 9.3 upgrade.

Get Connected with Intergraph NetWorks

In this HxGN TV episode, I talk with Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure’s Mike Baker, product manager for Intergraph Networks, and Karen Bachmeyer, technical director, about Intergraph NetWorks - a flexible software suite that provides utilities and communications companies with secure, real-time access to location-based engineering and operational data and capabilities across the enterprise.

Where Is the Transportation Industry Headed?

In this HxGN TV episode, we talk with Mike Deery, vice president of business development for U.S. utilities, communication, and transportation; Dwayne Wiginton, industry sales manager, U.S. transportation; and Jay Adams, senior transportation industry consultant, about how Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure solutions are helping transportation agencies tackle some of the industry’s biggest issues.

Chattanooga, Tenn.’s EPB Rated Best in the U.S. for Internet Service

Long-time Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure customer and Chattanooga, Tennessee’s, city-owned electric utility EPB was recently ranked as the best utility in America for consumer satisfaction for its TV and Internet service. The rank is based on surveys by more than 172,000 subscribers of Consumer Reports magazine reporting on their experience with home internet, pay TV, and telephone service.

Celebrating 10 Years of Icon Awards

This year marks the 10th Anniversary of Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure’s Icon Awards. During this year’s HxGN LIVE conference in Anaheim, California, we recognized and honored another cohort of Icon Award winners in the presence of 10 recipients from years past. Here's a recap of this year’s Icon Awards ceremony.

Thinking About the Next, Next Big Thing for Mobile Workforce

For many years, utility software vendors have been providing solutions to automate field workers’ tasks. But with smart devices and the development of commercial apps for Apple, Android, and Windows becoming commonplace, what are some of the things that utility technology vendors should be working as the next, next big thing for mobile workforce management? Learn more in this post.