Intergraph Software Suite from Hexagon Enables Wider Access, Visualization and Updates to Real-Time Network Data
HUNTSVILLE, AL: IT service provider, Hexagon Safety and Infrastructure, recently unveiled Intergraph NetWorks software suite that offers utilities and communications companies with secure, real-time access to location-based engineering services coupled with operational data and capabilities across the enterprise.
Intergraph NetWorks leverages the network model and business rules established in Intergraph G/Technology to allow operators to maintain a definitive source of reliable, location-based information describing their service network and its connectivity. It offers accurate, consistent, and updated records by applying intelligent, rules-driven tools to streamline and enhance the processes for designing and documenting the network. The G/Technology provides ability to assess, manage, and track the status of projects, equipment, and connections and coordinate with other business systems to manage the full engineering life cycle.
Easy to configure, Intergraph NetWorks suite has the ability to exploit network information more extensively and help clients to manage electric, gas, telecommunications and water networks and services. "Intergraph NetWorks greatly increases the value businesses can derive from existing geospatial investments. It extends their reach beyond the core users – making the network model more accessible and more useable," says Dan Retzer, Senior Vice President of Global Product Development, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure.
Furthermore, the software suite includes Intergraph NetWorks Portal and Intergraph NetWorks Mobile. Intergraph NetWorks Portal easily configures and deploys websites to combine reliable and up-to-date network engineering and operational information with rich capabilities, providing users the ability to browse, visualize, analyze, update, and add network data.
Intergraph NetWorks Mobile securely connects the service area with current and authoritative network information by deploying task-oriented apps on consumer mobile devices. It reduces user’s technology adoption rates and total cost of ownership by offering the ubiquity of consumer mobile platforms.
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