We know you have a lot of options when it comes to conferences and training. That’s why we’re offering more free hands-on public safety training courses and sessions than ever at HxGN LIVE 2019, 11-14 June in Las Vegas. We’ve crafted each workshop to help take your Hexagon software skills to the next level.
In addition to break-out sessions, this year’s digital solutions conference will feature:
- 10 in-depth training courses for system administrators and end-users on Tuesday, 11 June, followed by several more workshops throughout the week
- 5 roundtable discussions
- User experience (UX) focus group meetings
- Special sandbox session, where you can get up-close and personal with Hexagon products
- Hexagon Public Safety User Group (HPSUG) and Canadian Intergraph Public Safety User Group (CIPSUG) meetings on Thursday, 13 June
Check Out These 5 Must-Attend Sessions
We’ll be adding more sessions and trainings to the Safety & Infrastructure track in the coming weeks. In the meantime, check out five must-attend public safety sessions designed to improve connectivity, coordination, and collaboration across your agency:
What’s New in CAD?
Get the latest information, announcements, and insights about your computer-aided dispatch system by joining us for an informative session on what's new in I/CAD 9.4 and Intergraph OnCall Dispatcher. Product managers will highlight the benefits of the new quarterly release schedule and share a road map of Hexagon's exciting CAD solutions of the future.
Establishing a Data Analytics Culture within Public Safety Agencies
The explosion of big data can transform public safety agencies, helping them build smarter systems that drive efficiency and improve safety. To do this, organizations must establish a data analytics culture that gives managers the insights they need to make their communities safer and more resilient. Attend this session with leading Hexagon product experts to learn key strategies for implementing a data-driven culture within your agency. During this session, learn how to:
- Better support decision-making with data
- Objectively assess new programs and policies
- Lower your agency's response times
- Unlock data resources
Intergraph InPursuit WebRMS 3.7 Usability Improvements
Usability is critical to any good records management system (RMS). In this course, learn about the latest usability improvements in Intergraph InPursuit WebRMS 3.7, our cloud-deployable RMS for police and law enforcement. Hexagon solutions experts will discuss key product enhancements and the benefits of using Hexagon's system, which is evolving to better meet your needs. You'll also hear a sneak peek of what's to come. You don't want to miss this session!
What Can UX Do for You?
Studio One, the multi-disciplinary user experience (UX) team with Hexagon's Safety & Infrastructure division, has met with more than 500 users around the world to develop sleek, modern, and cutting-edge designs for HxGN OnCall, Hexagon's new public safety product portfolio. Studio One is always looking to expand its knowledge of Hexagon customers' day-to-day operations to ensure our current and future products meet user needs and expectations. Join Studio One at HxGN LIVE to learn about the UX development process for HxGN OnCall Dispatch, Hexagon's new CAD software suite that delivers superior incident management capabilities.
Testing Approaches & Best Practices in I/CAD
Maximize your Hexagon technology investment by discovering testing approaches and best practices related to I/CAD. In this session, join leading product experts to learn the differences between automated and manual testing and ensure your I/CAD system is running smoothly.
You can view the full conference catalog here.
The only way to take advantage of these incredible sessions is to join us at HxGN LIVE. Save $500 when you register through 29 April with our $849 Act Fast Rate.
Hope to see you there!
Lucy Berry DeButy is a content marketing writer and editor for Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure's Global Marketing team. She has nearly 10 years of writing and editing experience in print and digital media. DeButy holds bachelor's degrees in English and journalism from the University of North Alabama.