2015 News Coverage

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October 2015

  • Laser Scanning for Revamps
    (Petroleum Technology Quarterly)
    3D laser scanning as-built refinery structures and post-processing the data provides an accurate starting point for revamp design.

August 2015

  • Better together
    (GeoConnexion International)
    Intergraph and Esri have announced an historic collaboration to provide better integration between their computer-aided dispatch and GIS systems. Kalyn Sims and Russ Johnson explain what it will mean for customers.
  • Mobile data system cuts the static for Frederick County fire and rescue
    Fire and rescue vehicles in Maryland’s Frederick County are upgrading to mobile data terminals featuring Intergraph Mobile for Public Safety software. The new solution is expected to provide a more seamless flow of real-time data and workflow management.
  • Boston police put better records management on the beat
    When the Boston Police Department decided to update its records management system, it deployed Intergraph’s inPURSUIT, which is designed to help the department solve cases faster by connecting information that had previously been housed in separate databases.

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February 2015

  • Stress Analysis Resolves Compressor Failure
    (Petroleum Technology Quarterly)
    Petronas chose PV Elite and CAESAR II to prevent costly production losses.
  • Intergraph and ETAP form Strategic Alliance to Benefit Utilities Customers
    Michel Gilles, vice president for Utilities and Communications for Intergraph, talked with GISCafe Voice about the recent strategic alliance between Intergraph and ETAP, to collaborate on their products’ integration and address the market for utilities and telecommunications.
  • Improving offshore data management by Petronas
    (Digital Energy Journal)
    PETRONAS has embarked on a program to massively improve its data about its offshore assets, starting by gathering data from a laser scanning program of its brownfield assets, using Intergraph SmartPlant Enterprise software.
  • Woodside, Shell lead critical LNG innovation
    Woodside Petroleum and Royal Dutch Shell are among the global leaders in the critical yet “poorly understood” issue of asset handover that could cost Australia’s LNG industry millions as it transitions from the build to operational phase, according to tech innovation firm Intergraph.
  • Prized Asset
    (Airport World)
    Dr Matthias Alisch reflects on the use of geo-spatial technology to manage the development of the Frankfurt Airport site.
  • Unlocking Smart City Investment
    Smart City innovation relies on interconnectivity. Crucially this essential element is not limited to technology, and uncertainty between the roles and rewards of potential stakeholders in complex endeavours does act as a barrier to investment. This does not mean Smart City projects are unachievable, they just need ‘Smart’ ways to conceive, fund, manage and assess them. Do combined property and transport infrastructure projects offer a model?

January 2015

  • Intergraph strikes twice for innovation
    Intergraph’s breakthrough information management solution SmartPlant Fusion received an Innovation Award at the Asia Oil and Gas Awards 2015 yesterday in Yangon, Myanmar, marking its second gong there having scooped Innovation of the Year in 2013.
  • Property Rooms on the Move
    (Evidence Technology Magazine)
    Agencies including the Gilbert, Arizona Police Department discuss recent property room relocations and how planning and technology can support a smooth transition.
  • What corporates can learn from the NZ Police on ‘user focus’
    (CIO New Zealand)
    CIO New Zealand talks with Stephen Crombie, NZ Police executive director – information, technology and systems, about the agencies' focus on usability in rolling out more than 15,000 smartphones and tablets to officers in the field.
  • Cloud Solution for Government
    (Connected World)
    Better records management just might have been the leading wish this past holiday for some U.S. government entities looking for a cloud-based solution for records management that meets the highest security standards. Two companies are working together to make this wish come true. Intergraph, www.intergraph.com, a provider of software and solutions for sectors such as security, government, and infrastructure, recently announced its support for Microsoft Cloud for Government, www.microsoft.com/government, an integrated, open-source cloud platform that spans infrastructure, data, productivity, and business applications for government customers.

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