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Mobile Mapping in Baton Rouge

Situated on the Mississippi River, the city of Baton Rouge, La., is renowned for its wealth of enormous oak trees and bottomland hardwood forests. Unfortunately, these trees can conflict with utility power lines. To capture point data and attributes for trees within public servitudes and right-of-way areas, the city of Baton Rouge’s geographic information system (GIS) analysts use a mobile mapping solution, ...

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Intergraph Works with Microsoft on CityNext

For the first time in history, more than 50 percent of the world’s population lives in urban areas and nearly 70 percent of people will live in cities by 2050. This ongoing migration creates unprecedented opportunities, but also intensifies problems such as aging infrastructure, hazards to public health and safety, pollution, crime and traffic. To help meet this challenge, Intergraph Security Government ...

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Innovation and the 4 Phases of Critical Infrastructure Protection

November is Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month in the U.S. Securing critical infrastructure, such as utilities, dams, oil refineries, and government installations, is essential to fighting terrorism and mitigating the effects of other catastrophes. As President Obama noted in his proclamation, “This month, as we recognize that safeguarding our critical infrastructure is an economic and se ...

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Do More with Less: Optimize Operations while Facing Increased Costs and Reduced Budgets

Road networks form the backbone of transportation and are vital to the economy of a country. Local and regional governments are tasked with maintaining road infrastructure on shrinking budgets and growing populations. Facing these challenges, more and more authorities are developing economic network plans (ENP) that include the following modules: Intergraph’s road solution, used by Southland District Counci ...

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Intergraph Geospatial 2013: A New Era of Geospatial Information Management

The core promise of all geospatial solutions is to provide the information required to drive organizational decision making. For government agencies, utility companies, public safety organizations, and more, spatial data serves as the foundation for meeting enterprise goals. However, for many years, organizations have faced tough challenges – challenges that have made it difficult to use geospatial data as ...

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Intergraph’s Customers, Employees Participate in 2012 North American Transportation Summit

Last week, Intergraph’s transportation customers gathered in Huntsville, Alabama, USA, for the 2012 North American Transportation Summit. Intergraph offers this three-day event to its transportation industry customers across North America as a forum to share ideas for future solution enhancements, engage with peers from other North American transportation agencies, and learn about new product updates and en ...

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See How Intergraph’s GeoMedia® Smart Client Can Help Integrate GIS into All Your Business Processes

Are you interested in geospatially accelerating your business workflows with the power of GIS? Discover how Intergraph’s enterprisewide solution – GeoMedia Smart Client – obliterates the growing disparity between antiquated GIS products and the needs of today’s geospatial contributors. With GeoMedia Smart Client, you can create a single deployment that can be configured for an unlimited number of applicatio ...

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Intergraph’s GeoMedia Respublica Allows You to Easily Share Vast Amounts of Data Internally and Externally

Intergraph offers an effective solution for data sharing called the Intergraph GeoMedia ResPublica Intranet. This solution makes high-quality GIS data available within an organization to a large number of users, via an Intranet and/or the Internet, with an unlimited number of workstations. It offers a comprehensive range of usage from a simple address search to integrating and using cadastral and survey dat ...

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