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Hexagon 2013 to Offer Hands On Geospatial Training and Much More

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

From June 3rd through 6th, Hexagon is hosting its HxGN LIVE 2013 — Hexagon International Conference, which will provide outstanding training, networking, visionary keynote addresses and much more.

Once again, nearly 4,000 Hexagon customers and partners will convene in Las Vegas. For Intergraph, many of these customers will be interested  in learning more about the Intergraph Geospatial 2013 portfolio while also connecting with users and partners across various industry segments.

Attendees will learn how to best leverage their tools across various solution areas, with topics covering:

  • Actionable Intelligence for Multi-INT Fusion
  • Delivering Safer and More Efficient Rail Networks
  • Providing Understanding for Sustainable Natural Resource Management
  • Information Management Solutions for Roads
  • Mobility: Deploying Your Enterprise GIS in the Field
  • The Cloud Evolution and Revolution
  • Advanced Spatial Modeling & Scripting
  • Managing & Editing Point Clouds, including LiDAR Data

In addition, to give you a sense of how in-depth the hands-on trainings will be, here’s a brief descriptor of one of the sessions:


Next-Generation Geospatial Solutions Enhance Volumetric Measuring Capabilities

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

During major mining efforts, knowing how much earth has been removed from a quarry or mine can significantly enhance overall project management.  Organizations need to be able to provide accurate measurements and reporting to ensure that the project is aligning with overall goals, as well as complies with current mining regulations.

In addition, organizations that store landscape or construction materials, such as gravel, sand or dirt, need to measure and analyze how much their surplus is being used at all times.

On April 30th, Intergraph is hosting a webinar called “Easy Volumetric Measurements Using Geospatial Technology,” which will guide users through a workflow for determining overall earth removal.

During this webinar, we will guide you through a workflow that enables you to determine how much earth has been removed from a quarry or mine. Likewise, this workflow could also be used by anyone who stores landscaping or constructions materials (such as gravel, sand, or dirt).


Cloud-Based Geospatial Data Management Solution Helps Map Entire Country of Germany

Monday, April 15th, 2013

Leveraging geospatial data for various purposes across large, disparate organizations that span an entire country is a tremendous challenge especially when geospatial data ownership is decentralized across states.   Along with understanding how to share the data effectively, different departments within different agencies need to access and process data in a variety of ways.   Organizing and keeping data up-to-date across jurisdictions, while delivering that data in a common way and timely manner are all crucial factors in enabling national agencies and departments to make smarter decisions.

Intergraph was recently awarded a project to help one of Europe’s leading electricity and gas companies to organize and manage geospatial data for the entire country of Germany.  Data covering more than 365,000 km² of land area is managed by this program and project specifications required keeping all mapping data up-to-date along with rapid delivery of the data to a variety of regional organizations.

Other important project requirements included:

  • Usage of geospatial data services in low-bandwidth and offline networks to meet local and third party needs
  • Reliability of the services to meet 24×7 demand
  • Ability to serve a heterogeneous GIS environment with multiple end-user systems


New Advances in Geospatial Transportation Solutions

Monday, April 8th, 2013

Last month, Intergraph held its annual Transportation Summit, which was a key stop on our 2013 Geospatial World Tour.  The event highlighted how Intergraph is advancing new geospatial solutions for this unique sector by enabling transportation agencies to better track and monitor the location, condition, and other important information about roadway assets.

At the event, we shared insights into how eight transportation agencies have recently signed on as customers to use the new GeoMedia Smart Client solution, which enables users to seamlessly integrate geographic changes into configurable workflows — along with providing field/mobile users with an intuitive GIS environment with both on- and off-line editing capabilities.

Intergraph also announced the growing number of DOT’s using its GeoMedia Transportation Manager software for managing their roadway networks.  More DOT’s and transportation agencies use Intergraph’s GeoMedia Transportation Manager to manage their road networks than any other software in the world.  Along with many U.S. DOT’s, the Ministry of Transportation in Ontario, who has the busiest highway in North America, uses GeoMedia Transportation Manager.


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