Hexagon and Huawei are partnering to meet the challenges of the global city dwelling population, with all its safety and infrastructure needs. Since most people live in cities, Hexagon and Huawei see an opportunity to integrate Huawei’s communications hardware with Hexagon’s safety and infrastructure software solutions.
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A sneak preview of what’s coming up this week in London at the Hilton Metropole at Bentley Systems’ Year in Infrastructure 2015 Conference, are the following two Bentley blogs, outlining topics for the Utilities Forum: Advancing Utilities for Better Performing Assets and Advancing Utilities for the Digital Age.
Autodesk’s mid-year release of InfraWorks 360 was discussed in a recent press webinar.
Eric Chappell, Community Evangelist, Infraworks 360, noted that the latest version was released September 2.
InfraWorks® 360 model analysis tools can help you understand a project’s geographic context more clearly. With InfraWorks 360 software, geospatial analysis, such as buffering, overlay, and slope analysis, is integrated into the planning and design environment to help you make better decisions throughout the project.
The release is divided into three areas:
Jeff Wood – vice president, WW Product Management, Workstation and Thin Client Business HP and Josh Peterson- director, WW Product Management, Workstation and Thin Client Business, HP met with the press in a virtual press briefing prior to the announcement of the new HP Z240 Tower and Z240 SFF Workstations with next generation Intel processors and HP Z Turbo Drive options, raising the bar for entry-level workstations, while providing the reliability of a workstation at the price point of a desktop PC.
MetroTech is a company that provides an Intelligent Transportation System with its “IntelliSection” data analytics tools to use on an existing city infrastructure, to turn it into a smart city.
This panel discussion, entitled “A Conversation with NGA Leadership,” conducted Wednesday June 24th, at GEOINT 2015 had the flavor of an inside meeting, according to USGIF CEO Keith Masback, who joked that “we cleverly tricked about 1,500 people into coming to a staff meeting.”