As the utility industry changes, Hexagon’s technology solutions are evolving to help organizations keep up with the market and meet increased demand. In this blog post, discover how HxGN LIVE 2019 can advance your digital transformation journey and help your organization become a smart utility enterprise.
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. Check out five must-attend public safety sessions at this year's conference.
In this post, Pam Bernier discusses how Clevest’s mobile workforce management system helps utility companies improve crew management, inventory tracking, and time and expense data capture.
In this post, Jim DeFreeuw discusses how Hexagon’s computer-aided dispatch system helped the Sonoma County Public Safety Consortium easily add new units from outside jurisdictions during California’s Tubbs Fire in October 2017.
During this year’s EDIST conference in Canada, Hexagon and Clevest hosted a session that featured emerging mobile workforce management trends both companies are seeing from customers and across the utilities industry. Here’s a look at the top five.
As a HxGN LIVE sponsor, you can showcase your products and solutions to more than 3,500 attendees and stand out as a valued Hexagon partner. Don’t miss this chance to highlight what your organization has to offer 11-14 June at The Venetian in Las Vegas.
For many utility companies, vegetation management is a key contributor to performance. In this post, Pam Bernier discusses how Canada's London Hydro uses Hexagon solutions to proactively address the utility’s vegetation management processes.
Tuesday hands-on training sessions are always popular at HxGN LIVE. These classes are sign-up only, so register today and claim your seat.
In this post, Jim DeFreeuw discusses how the interoperability capabilities of Hexagon’s computer-aided dispatch system helped the Sonoma County Public Safety Consortium communicate and work with multiple response agencies during California’s Tubbs Fire in October 2017.