Safety in tomorrow’s cities depends on multiple services being connected and working together with a singular purpose on common objectives. In this post, John Cazanis highlights the topics and issues he'll discuss in our upcoming Safe Cities webinar series.
There are times when unplanned incidents and emergency require multiple groups of essential responders to effectively work together. But often there isn’t a common system or technology framework being used. In this post, we discuss how safe city technologies enhance emergency management.
Recently, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure exhibited at EENA 2018 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In this post, Nick Chorley recaps the public safety solutions Hexagon highlighted as well as the conference sessions we participated in.
Recently, we discussed how public safety agencies use business intelligence and real-time analytics to make communities and employees safer. In this follow-on post, Pam Bernier discusses the benefits of using predictive analytics in a public safety agency.
Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure's Brian Dunkle, regional sales manager for Americas public safety, was awarded the TX-NENA President’s Award at the recent Texas Public Safety Conference in Galveston. Learn more about Brian's role and involvement with TX-NENA in this post.
Last week, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure participated in an industry panel at the Resilience Conference in Ottawa, Canada. In this post, Pamela Bernier provides her insights on the panel's discussion topics as well as how organizations can build resilience into people, processes, and technology.
Recently, we discussed how many public safety agencies are becoming data-driven decision makers. In this follow-on post, Pam Bernier talks to Chris Klimm about of how public safety agencies can immediately apply real-time data streams to analytics and machine learning.
This week is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. The second week of April honors the men and women who serve as 911 call-takers, emergency dispatchers, radio and phone technicians, and other public safety communications staff. Join us as we say thank you.
Today’s police, fire, and EMS agencies have a myriad of incoming and outgoing data points to manage and make sense of. Learn how Intergraph Business Intelligence for Public Safety helps agencies better store, organize, and analyze data from multiple mission-critical sources.
Kick off the spring by accelerating your Intergraph Computer-Aided Dispatch (I/CAD) knowledge and making the most of your technology investment. Learn more about how to register for our upcoming I/CAD courses in this post.