Hexagon to showcase reality capture hardware, integrated software at Intergeo 2018

October 12, 2018  - By

Logo: HexagonHexagon AB will showcase its portfolio of reality capture hardware and integrated software at Intergeo 2018, hall 12.1, booth D.023.

According to the company, it will also offer hands-on demonstrations for reality capture devices, airborne sensors and UAVs, measurement technology, cloud computing, artificial intelligence applications and more.

“Intergeo is a premiere event for showcasing Hexagon’s vision of enabling smart digital realities that ultimately create autonomous connected ecosystems for digital transformation,” said Ola Rollén, president and CEO of Hexagon. “The increasing role of autonomous technology is vital to enabling unaided decisions that draw and act on information from multiple sources simultaneously and become smarter over time. This is our focus and we are once again honored to share our ACE ideas and progress around smart cities, BIM, Geospatial 4.0 and other highly relevant topics to be discussed at the event.”

A number of Hexagon executives also will be speaking during the show, including Mladen Stojic, president of Hexagon’s Geospatial Division, who will be discuss the potential of 5D location intelligence; Maximilian Weber, senior vice president of Hexagon’s Safety and Infrastructure Division, who will discuss the potential of “the Internet of People” within a smart city; Juergen Mayer, laser scanning business director for Hexagon’s Geosystems Division, who will present the latest development in edge computing technology; Michael Dorman, global director at Multivista (part of Hexagon), who will look at how today’s construction leaders are reducing design, construction, marketing and operating expenses throughout a project’s lifecycle with digital solutions; Valentin Fuchs, UAV product manager, and Anne Pitkaenen, UAV marketing manager for Hexagon’s Geosystems Division, who will provide insights into the latest developments of the Leica Aibot.

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