Hexagon exhibited and presented at DGI 2018, Europe’s largest annual event for defense organizations, government bodies, and intelligence agencies, in London this week. With a full three-day agenda, the theme of "Building partnerships that shape the future of geospatial intelligence" resonated through the presentations and networking discussions.
With participants from across the globe, the DGI conference has become a breeding ground for collaboration and initiating innovative discussions. Alastair Ritchie, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure’s Defense Account Manager in the U.K., said, “DGI is a must attend event with a wide draw from defense and security agencies. There are few opportunities for these agencies to discuss with industry vendors their thoughts and requirements as well as for solution providers to update them on the art of what’s possible. With the change of venue, DGI has strengthened its value for the future”.
When asked about his experience during DGI, Hexagon US Federal’s Senior Vice President Brad Ward added, “The rapid development of cloud technologies and their potential to revolutionize the way we share geospatial data, intelligence, and tradecraft make these exciting times” At this year’s conference, Ward presented on cloud-based GEOINT exploitation.
Hexagon is bringing the benefits of cloud-based geospatial exploitation to many customers across the defence and intelligence industries as well as others. Discover more today. And we hope to see you at next year’s DGI conference.
Richard Goodman is a technical consultant for Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure in the U.K. Goodman delivers pre- and post-sales technical support, specializing in photogrammetry, GIS, and data management as well as industry solutions for rail and asset management.