2008 News Coverage

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December 2008

  • Media coverage: From GIS to ROI – Maximizing Return on Investment for Geospatial Infrastructure Solutions
    (GeoWorld)
    A story on maximizing the ROI of GIS by Kecia Pierce of Intergraph’s utilities and communications division has appeared in the December issue of GeoWorld. Previewed on the cover, the story outlines how several Intergraph utilities customers have gotten the most out of their GIS technology by integrating it with other key applications such as outage management, design, mobile and work management solutions.
  • Media coverage: What's Best for Your Company?
    (Geospatial Solutions’ Trailblazer)
    In the new Trailblazer newsletter from Geospatial Solutions, Intergraph’s Jay Stinson, vice president of Intergraph's utilities & communications division, offers guidance on how utilities can choose the best GIS for their organization.

November 2008

  • Media coverage: NYPD Rings up $73M deal for 911 upgrade
    (New York Post)
    The New York Police Department (NYPD) has purchased Intergraph’s emergency incident response, planning and reporting solution as part of an effort to upgrade its 9-1-1 system
  • Media coverage: WEAVING THE FUTURE, ONE FIBRE AT A TIME
    (GeoConnexion International)
    GeoConnexion International magazine features Intergraph customer, EPB of Chattanooga, and its efforts to supply customers with both reliable electric power and high-speed communications through an innovative fiber optic smart grid project.

October 2008

  • Media coverage: Excellence Promised and Delivered
    (Transmission & Distribution World’s)
    The cover story of Transmission & Distribution World’s October issue features Intergraph customer, Hydro Ottawa, and how the utility leverages Intergraph technology to boost customer service.
  • Media coverage: Making Waves for Ship, Offshore Design
    (MARITIME REPORTER AND ENGINEERING NEWS)
    Two Intergraph customers, Odense Steel Shipyard Group and Samsung Heavy Industries, are highlighted in this article that details the productivity gains they have realized using Intergraph’s SmartMarine solutions.
  • GEOINT Aerial Vehicles
    (Military Geospatial Technology)
    This article, exploring the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to collect geospatial intelligence, features commentary from Rob Mott, executive director, defense and intelligence solutions at Intergraph.
  • Intergraph's SmartPlant Enterprise solutions are featured in the October issue of Chemical Technology Magazine
    (Chemical Technology Magazine)
    The article, a reprint from Intergraph's Insight publication, is a case study on PBMR and SNC-Lavalin Nuclear
  • Re-baselining Air Force Scheduled Maintenance for the C-5 Galaxy
    (The Exceptional Release – Logistics Officer Association)
    The C-5 System Program Manager and Air Mobility Command are modernizing the schedule maintenance inspection program on the C-5 Galaxy by implementing the Maintenance Steering Group 3 (MSG-3) Concept. This will affect, and streamline, all scheduled maintenance inspections including preflight, thruflight, and basic postflight to minor isochronal, major isochronal and programmed depot maintenance.

August 2008

  • Industry Outlook 2008
    (Maintenance Technology Magazine)
    Patrick Holcomb, Intergraph Process, Power & Marine executive vice president, was chosen as one of 14 "Thought Leaders" to participate in the third annual Industry Outlook for this publication. In Patrick's article, he talks about the evolution of capital expenditures and operating costs (CAPEX/OPEX) in the process industry and what is happening to meet the resulting challenges.
  • Interview: Intergraph’s Focus on Solutions
    (V1 Magazine (Interview with Mark Doherty))
    V1 Magazine sat down with Mark Doherty, Executive Director, Technology Architecture and Strategy, for Intergraph’s Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) division, at the Intergraph Users’ Conference in Las Vegas to discuss the company’s solutions approach.

July 2008

  • Keeping Up with the Big Guys: How Geospatial Technology Can Transform Small Utilities
    (Energy Central)
    Tony DiMarco, director of Global Utilities and Communications for Intergraph, discusses how geospatial technology can benefit smaller utilities.
  • New FE methodology could reduce downtime for ships
    (Marine Log Magazine)
    Second of a two-part series — The June and July issues (split article) feature an article on Martec Ltd., an Intergraph customer based in Canada. Martec has compiled research on behalf of the Canadian Navy indicating that in-service maintenance issues of large marine vessels can be assessed more quickly with detailed finite element analysis, using structural geometry and connectivity data extracted from global 3D models of the ships.
  • Editor's Page – Surviving the Surge
    (Chemical Engineering Magazine)
    In July’s Chemical Engineering magazine, editor Rebekkah Marshall highlights the Process, Power & Marine executive roundtable at Intergraph 2008, quoting extensively from the session. The roundtable was titled, "Surviving the Surge: How Technology Can Alleviate Rising Costs, Declining Resources," and covered such topics at global worksharing, resource shortages, project sizes, and information management.

June 2008

  • The Event Experience: Intergraph 2008
    (Geospatial Solutions)
    Geospatial Solutions covers the Intergraph 2008 user conference. The article covers the show keynote, the Defense & Intelligence welcome address, a speech given by Mark Doherty of SG&I, the press conference and several presentations from the Utilities & Communications division.
  • Intergraph 2008 Report
    (GISWeekly)
    GISWeekly’s summary of the Intergraph 2008 user conference covers the show keynote, Icon Awards, news from the photogrammetry and utilities divisions and an alliance with Business Objects in the public safety realm.
  • Intergraph 2008 Report – Focus on Process, Power, Marine (PPM)
    (AECCafe)
    AECCafe covers the keynote from the Intergraph 2008 user conference, followed by the news delivered by the Process, Power & Marine division at the show.
  • Intergraph Conference ‘Experience the Power’ kicks off with Lance Armstrong
    (GeoInformatics)
    GeoInformatics covers the Intergraph 2008 user conference keynote, as well as several other sessions and product announcements that took place during the show.
  • Tsuneishi chooses Intergraph for design and productivity
    (Marine Electronics & Communications)
    Marine Electronics & Communications, the highest circulated journal dedicated to its niche, is featuring Intergraph in its June/July issue. Tsuneishi, based in Japan and ranked as the No. 9 shipbuilder in the world, has standardized on Intergraph's SmartMarine™ Enterprise.
  • Speeding structural analysis by integrating FE tools with global 3D modeling
    (Marine Log Magazine)
    First of a two-part series — The June and July issues (split article) feature an article on Martec Ltd., an Intergraph customer based in Canada. Martec has compiled research on behalf of the Canadian Navy indicating that in-service maintenance issues of large marine vessels can be assessed more quickly with detailed finite element analysis, using structural geometry and connectivity data extracted from global 3D models of the ships.
  • Interoperability & The Future Of Engineering Productivity
    (Maintenance Technology)
    Gerhard Sallinger, Process, Power & Marine Division President, examines interoperability and the future of engineering productivity as a guest Viewpoint columnist in Maintenance Technology magazine.
  • Powering Up a Growing Nation
    (Nuclear Power International magazine)
    For innovative nuclear reactor design, Chinergy has chosen SmartPlant 3D as its core technology, reports Nuclear Power International magazine in its cover story. P.21

May 2008

April 2008

  • Louisville MetroSafe
    (Mission Critical Communications)
    Louisville MetroSafe has successfully implemented a unified communications system for all emergency response agencies in the community. A key tool for their success: Intergraph's public safety technologies.

February 2008

  • Nor'easter No Match for OMS
    (Transmission and Distribution World)
    After a windstorm blew through Vermont inflicting more damage to the Central Vermont Public Service (CVPS) area than ever before, CVPS was prepared with Intergraph's automated outage management system.

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