The concept of the smart city is fully coming to life, and today’s geospatial solutions are playing a critical role in making this a reality.
Smart cities utilise information collected and processed by social intelligence in smart construction and other areas of city development such as security, traffic, infrastructure management and energy, as well as emergency response.
Innovations from Hexagon Geospatial strengthen the entire smart city process by storing and distributing data and translating that data into action-specific information.
We will have an expanded presence at the Smart City Expo and World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, 18-20 November. In addition to showcasing our solutions along with Intergraph SG&I and Leica Geosystems, I will present a unique and new concept, “Rinascimento (Renaissance) 2.0: The Method and the Machine.”
The presentation will show how this smart cities co-design and management methodology is using a geospatially based framework and DSS, and how the “machine” allows planners, policy makers and city users to collaborate with each other.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn more about this unique smart cities co-design and management methodology! The presentation will take place during the “Solutions for Better Governance” session on 20 November in Rooms H 11 and 15.
In addition, we look forward to seeing you at the Hexagon Geospatial booth (#616), where you can see our solutions for enhancing smart city efforts firsthand.
EMEA Executive Director
Guest Blogger Profile:
Claudio Mingrino graduated in Information Sciences and has more than 30 years experience in the IT market. He joined Intergraph Corporation in 1994 and in January 2012 he became EMEA Director for Hexagon Initiatives and together with the creation of the new Geospatial Business Unit inside Intergraph SG&I, he took the operative responsibility of EMEA Regional Director for Geospatial in Southern Europe. Since April 2013 he’s also responsible for the EMEA Geospatial Central-Eastern Europe Region.
In January 2014 he became the EMEA Executive Director of Hexagon Geospatial.