HxGN LIVE in Las Vegas is less than a month away. It's going to be an action-packed experience, filled with new technology demos, amazing thought leadership sessions, public safety and infrastructure certificate programs, and plenty of networking opportunities.
High-level state visits, sporting events, and political demonstrations are major events that present enormous challenges to the planning and coordination efforts of law enforcement and emergency response agencies. In special situations or catastrophic events, effective and successful operational commands often require assistance from police, fire and rescue services, as well as water, air, and mountain rescue teams, infrastructure teams, and even the military.
Intergraph Forum celebrated its 30th anniversary on April 22 and 23 in Hamburg, Germany.
In the latest issue of APCO Canada’s Wavelength magazine, Halton Regional Police Service’s Joseph Glover, police analytics coordinator, shares how the agency’s police analytics unit is leveraging business intelligence to improve operational effectiveness and service quality.
Recently, Kalyn Sims, vice president of public safety products for Intergraph SG&I, and Brian Lantz, director of public safety sales at Esri, sat down with HxGN Radio to talk about how the new collaboration will benefit both companies’ public safety and security customers.
All dispatchers and I/CAD users have their own personal preferences when it comes to their computer monitors and screen settings. With the help from the Control Panel in Windows 7 and 8, there are a number of settings that users can adjust to make an I/CAD experience more visually pleasing to them.
Whether planned or unplanned, special operations, events and crisis situations happen. Having prepared agencies and organizations is key to restoring order.
Make the most of your HxGN LIVE conference experience. Sign up for one of our Smart Infrastructure Certificate Programs.
Make the most of your HxGN LIVE conference experience. Sign up for one of our Public Safety Certificate Programs.
All dispatchers and I/CAD users have their own personal preferences when it comes to their computer monitors and screen settings. The following changes are worth investigating to personalize your I/CAD user experience.