Reducing the Likelihood of Risks
Crucial to enabling government in responding effectively to security threats as they arise, we are creating information capabilities that aid in protecting people, economies, infrastructures and ways of life.
Together with Governments
Working closely with governments, civil authorities and allies, our technology empowers interoperability and information sharing to prepare, plan and respond effectively.
Geospatial technology offers powerful new ways to build maps and communicate geographic information. We use geography to provide insight about the earth, to help others better understand how things were, how they actually are, and how they may be one day.
Delivering defense initiatives such as M.App X, governments can utilize advanced data analytics by converting data and imagery into actionable insights for more informed decision making.
Our history in engaging defense services and governments has progressed our Power Portfolio products to world-class technology solutions and are used to understand change.
Read about Hexagon Geospatial's revolutionary approach to system architecture and rich technical foundation have been combined to create M.App X, a cloud-based geospatial exploitation solution. M.App X provides tools to capture geospatial tradecraft and share it as dynamic services across the enterprise using Spatial Modeler authoring tools.
Mladen Stojic introduces M.App X, a cloud-based exploitation application that synthesizes GIS, photogrammetry and remote sensing workflows in a web browser.
New and innovative ways to leverage the growing availability of SAR data in Italy for Defense and Intelligence applications were discussed in this workshop hosted by Hexagon Geospatial partner Planetek Italia.
Still reeling from terror attacks in Europe in recent times, the defense departments of Western Europe are taxed with quickly upgrading their counter-terrorism measures. The Geospatial Defence Summit is focused on providing defense personnel with the tools to use geospatial intelligence to their advantage with a fully packed agenda.
Over 350 local and foreign specialists from all over the world participated in the third international seminar Space Days in Kazakhstan. Representatives of remote sensing data suppliers, as well as developers and users of GIS and remote sensing data, gathered together to discuss possible uses and results from the Kazakh Earth remote sensing space system of the Republic of Kazakhstan (ERS SS RK) and ground infrastructure of the high-accuracy satellite navigation system (GI HSNS).
When the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster occurred on in March 2011, Global Hawk drone flew over the nuclear plant to capture images and establish the extent of damage. For more than 40 years, Hexagon Geospatial has been a trusted partner of Defense and Intelligence agencies worldwide and has created solutions for UAVs – Motion Video Exploitation (MVE) that benefit disaster recovery as well.