Hexagon’s worldwide teams empower an autonomous, sustainable future through technology innovation delivering freedom from data constraints across more than 27 industries. During the past two weeks alone, we’ve introduced solutions to help the heavy construction, electronics manufacturing, public safety operation industries – and more. We are accelerating the world’s digital reality transformation by unlocking the power of data across many applications.
Here’s our HxGN Spotlight recent highlights from around the globe:
1. Digitalisation is transforming the way contractors move and grade dirt.
Delivering solutions to the heavy construction industry, Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon, and LiuGong Dressta Machinery, a worldwide supplier of durable and powerful heavy construction equipment released a new Leica Ready factory kit for the TD-15M and TD-16N dozers. The new machine control technology will help to reduce the need for manual stakeouts, optimise fuel usage and minimise the amount of materials and transportation required. Learn more about how this partnership provides Leica Geosystem customers with a ‘plug and play’ upgrade to 3D machine control for Dressta’s cutting-edge dozers.
2. Electronics manufacturers will soon have access to new sustainability solutions.
Recognising the significant impact that the electronics industry has on the environment, Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division and Altium have entered a strategic partnership that aims to make positive change by introducing new tools and solutions which support the industry in becoming more sustainable. The partnership combines Hexagon’s expertise in utilising data from design and engineering, manufacturing and metrology with Altium’s strengths in PCB design and electronics supply chain intelligence. Read more about how the partnership between Hexagon and Altium will improve the sustainability of the electronics industry with cloud-based digital reality solutions.
3. Improving Canada’s busiest airport.
Travelers passing through the Toronto Pearson International Airport likely overlook the multiple agencies working together to ensure passenger safety and smooth operations across the sprawling flight hub. As Canada’s largest airport, all operational and emergency communications pass through the Integrated Operations Control Centre (IOCC), which dispatches multiple agencies and organisations for various calls. A lack of visibility into incidents and resources among teams can create confusion and delay response times. Read more to find out how Hexagon’s technology solutions helped to streamline multi-agency dispatching and improve incident and workflow management.
4. Up on top with aerial imaging support for contractors and roofers.
Serving the customers of RoofSnap, Hexagon’s HxGN Content Program supports contractors working anywhere in the United States – thanks to countrywide aerial imagery. RoofSnap is a leading roofing software application contractors use to create fast, accurate roof measurements and job estimates for customers. RoofSnap is among the only roofing applications that serve contractors outside major urban areas. Find out how Hexagon’s aerial imagery is used to measure potential customers’ roofs to develop work estimates for repair or replacement.
5. This 5G-enabled smart city Visual Positioning System offers unmatched accuracy for mobile network operators.
Immersal Oy, part of Hexagon, announced the launch of Immersal City-Scale, a Visual Positioning System (VPS). With its advanced mapping capabilities, the Immersal VPS streamlines how businesses access location data, enabling more advanced location-based applications. In addition, Immersal City-Scale delivers augmented reality experiences for tourists and visitors at landmarks, museums and other attractions. Plus, it can be used by emergency response and public safety providers to locate individuals needing assistance quickly. See where Immersal Oy will first release ready-made Immersal City-Scale VPS maps, and read more here.
6. Leading the way in sustainability and investor relations.
Last but not least, we welcomed new corporate leaders; Eva Carranza, Hexagon’s Head of Sustainability, and Tom Hull, Hexagon’s Head of Investor Relations. Carranza will lead Hexagon’s continued transformation into a sustainability-led organisation, accelerating progress toward the company’s ESG goals and translating Hexagon’s sustainability portfolio vision into pragmatic and tangible outcomes that drive industry-wide action. Hull will be responsible for investor and analyst engagement and assisting the capital markets community in understanding Hexagon’s financial performance, governance practices and long-term growth strategy. Read on to discover what Hexagon CEO Paolo Guglielmini says about the importance of sustainability and investor relations for the long-term business value of the global enterprise.
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