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A Unique Challenge for All Future Geospatial Leaders

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

The geospatial sector is comprised of some of the most innovative thinkers, solving the most pressing governmental and businesses challenges. A key part of nurturing this culture of ingenuity is teaching and inspiring the next generation of geospatial leaders.

Intergraph is embarking on an ambitious effort to cultivate creativity amongst students with our inaugural Geospatial Challenge.  The challenge will allow students to flex their problem solving skills using Intergraph’s innovations.

As such, we are calling on students who are participating in Intergraph’s Global Education Program, Intergraph U, to submit an abstract describing the scope of a problem, their geographical area of interest, and the dataset(s) and Intergraph solution(s) used.


Count Down to HxGN LIVE 2013: Podcast Preview of What’s to Come

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

Next week, more than 4,000 Hexagon users will convene in Las Vegas for HxGN LIVE 2013 — Hexagon International Conference.  The event will provide tremendous opportunity for our users to network, gain key training insights into our Intergraph Geospatial 2013 portfolio and much more.

I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by got geoint?, the official blog for the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) for a podcast that offers a detailed preview of what is to come next week.

In addition, Rob Mott, Vice President of Geospatial solutions for Intergraph Government Solutions, joined me for this interview and provided insights into our solutions for government, defense and intelligence.

Below is the full podcast.

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HxGN Live2013: Geospatial Vision and Strategy for Making Smarter Decisions

Monday, May 13th, 2013

While many of the sessions at HxGN Live 2013 will focus on training to help better maximize Intergraph Geospatial’s solutions, there will also be tremendous opportunities to learn about today’s most dynamic geospatial solutions and noteworthy customer implementations.

Since launching Intergraph Geospatial 2013, users have experienced how geospatial solutions can truly drive smarter decisions and support their configurable workflows.   We have held world tour events worldwide to communicate and showcase this story locally since January 2013.

On Tuesday, June 4th, 2013, we will be hosting our Geospatial Vision & Strategy session at HxGN Live, inspiring our users to think creatively about how they can use our solutions to solve the most challenging situations, as well as enhance business decisions and processes.


Demystify the Point Cloud – So Much More Than a Surface Model

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

The annual Hexagon conference provides the unique opportunity to showcase our latest innovations to nearly 4,000 users.  While many of our sessions focus on product training, we also provide key insights into new innovations and unlock key secrets that allow our users to fully leverage geospatial data.

While there is increasing adoption of point cloud data, many users struggle to fully integrate this new content in their workflows. An important realization is that point clouds are much more than simple surface models – and should be treated as such. The difficulty lies in fully exploiting the depth of information that can be derived from point cloud content.

On Monday, June 3rd during HxGN LIVE 2013, we will be providing a unique training session that will offer more clarity around how to best leverage point clouds:

Demystifying the Point Cloud: So Much More Than a Surface Model (4 hrs)

For years, the adoption of point cloud data has grown tremendously. This course is designed to take you beyond the basics of point cloud data and teach you how to get the most out of this incredibly rich data source. Learn about the various types of point cloud data created and exploited by Hexagon products – from traditional airborne LiDAR, to the growing power of terrestrial laser scanners from Leica Geosystems, to the photogrammetric true ortho point clouds created by Semi-Global Matching in ImageStation®. We will demonstrate 3D and profile visualization and measurement of all these point cloud data types, as well as perform editing, classification, and exploitation of point cloud data in GIS and remote sensing software like GeoMedia® and ERDAS IMAGINE.


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:


Understanding Our Changing World with Dynamic Spatial Modeling

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Understanding our world requires us to model and interpret the spatial relationships between human, social and physical geography. We live in a connected world of spatial and non-spatial relationships, and it is essential that we be conscious of these relationships, as this helps us to grasp the impact of our decisions on our daily lives.

Because we live in a world where human, social and physical geography is always changing, we need a way to dynamically understand our changing world.  A change requires us to assess the effect that event has had on the geography. Many times, this involves simulating, predicting, preventing and even influencing positive change.

Spatial modeling tools are a prerequisite to dynamically modeling and understanding our changing earth. Spatial modeling is the process of using spatial operators on a variety of geospatial datasets (for example, imagery, terrain and features) to create an information product. This involves using a set of procedures that simulates real-world conditions within a geospatial application, using the spatial relationships of geographic features and their attributes. From these created models, you can perform spatial analysis to derive information from data, such as distributions or patterns, using the spatial context of the problem. Actionable decisions require real information – not just data – and spatial modeling is key in driving these decisions.


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