On August 15, Intergraph’s Jo Booth and his team, Tremorz, won third place for Best Open Government Data Hack at New Zealand’s GovHack 2015 award ceremony. Booth and team submitted a safety notification and tracking mobile application solution, beating out 20 teams in the same category.
In GISCafe’s coverage of the GEOINT 2015 Symposium, Sanjay Gangal, president of IBSystems, interviews Brad Ward, senior vice president of geospatial solutions for IGS, and Lee Hall, an IGS partner on the project from Lockheed Martin, about the new cloud-based geospatial exploitation solution.
In Denmark, the local version of Mobile Alert is helping make the clean-up efforts after the June national election a little smarter. The app, which has been in use in Denmark for four years, is already widely used with more than 50,000 downloads and close to 1,000 reports a month on incidents like potholes, vandalism, damaged street lights, and more.
With more than half of the world's population living in urban areas, do cities have a responsibility to respond faster to local and global change? Intergraph solutions enable the evolution of smart cities. The power of mobile applications can be used to connect field workers to the office with ease.
Last week, Intergraph and Hexagon users gathered in Lisbon, Portugal for HxGN LIVE LOCAL 2015. This was Hexagon’s first-ever regionally-focused user conference.
One agency that Intergraph has been collaborating with to achieve geospatial data sharing is the Land Survey Office, Mapping and Cadastre (ČÚZK) of the Czech Republic.
In the Canadian oil fields, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are used for surveying land and inspecting equipment.
The National School of Surveying, University of Otago implemented Hexagon Geospatial technologies provided by Intergraph in their quest to measure the summit of Mount Cook, the tallest mountain in New Zealand and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.