Hexagon Geospatial proudly creates software that drives the entire spectrum of the geospatial information lifecycle. Each of our seven distinct product lines have earned a proud history and tradition.
We believe that while each of these product lines proudly stands on its own, we can better describe them as part of a portfolio. Harmonizing our products into distinct packages distills the message, making it even easier for our diverse user base to identify the product lines that empower their businesses.
Hexagon Geospatial Power Portfolio
The new Hexagon Geospatial Power Portfolio enables users to understand change and derive the information required to make mission- and business-critical decisions. Through innovation, creative and intuitive interfaces, smart workflows, and automated technologies, we continue to build world-class geospatial solutions.
Comprised of the Producer, Provider and Platform Suites, the Power Portfolio allows users to transform multi-source content into actionable information.
The Producer Suite empowers you to collect, process, analyze and understand raw geospatial data, and rapidly deliver useful information. The Producer Suite includes Hexagon Geospatial’s desktop-based GIS, remote sensing, and photogrammetry offerings.
The Provider Suite allows you to manage and deliver your data to others. Organize and optimize enterprise-wide data holdings into a centralized library, and distribute to desktop, web and mobile applications.
The Platform Suite gives you the tools to build customized geospatial apps and solutions using a sophisticated set of developer-focused technologies. Extend geospatial functionality where you need it through modern and dynamic toolkits.
The Power Portfolio provides a simple and harmonious message to our users enabling them to see the big picture and make sense of all the change.
These are some high-level insights from a recent interview with Mladen Stojic with Sensors & Systems Magazine. You can read the full Q&A here, which also covers the rise of geospatial cloud computing, the changing role of the GIS Manager and micro-satellites – among other things.