HxGN LIVE Resiliency Series: Deliver Public Services More Efficiently

Now more than ever, governments need to maintain safe communities, deliver effective services, and manage critical infrastructure, all while engaging transparently with citizens.

During the HxGN LIVE Resiliency Series, industry experts will discuss how government agencies can deliver public services more efficiently.

Government topics we’ll cover during the series include:

  • Achieving better location intelligence of assets and operations
  • Addressing infrastructure challenges proactively
  • Involving citizens in data collection and decision-making
  • Increasing awareness and collaboration across departments
  • Smart monitoring to improve services

Here’s a look at some of the sessions that will be featured in the HxGN LIVE Resiliency Series.

Forging Resilient Communities Through Leading-edge Technology

June 10

When disaster strikes, agencies gather data, plan, and react – all within silos. Imagine a different future in which organizations share operational data across their departments and execute behavior and response plans based on a shared response. In this session, we will explore ways to leverage technology to eliminate operational silos, creating more resilient communities through collaborative, actionable data sharing.

Monitoring and Managing the e-Scooter Boom

June 10

The skyrocketing growth of “micro-mobility” (i.e., small, lightweight vehicles) is transforming not only transit, but urban life in general. This environmentally friendly concept, which represents the last mile in transport, helps alleviate traffic congestion while also providing a comfortable, individual transit method tailored to each rider’s needs. This form of mobility should be included in the urban mobility concepts for reaching sustainability goals and a carbon-neutral future for transportation.

This session shares insights on the micro-mobility boom and solutions to monitor dockless, shared vehicles.

Transforming Piaseczno into a Smart City

June 15

There are several ways cities can work toward becoming “smart,” but smart cities must begin this initiative by digitizing and integrating data and processes. The smart city of Piaseczno in Poland has experience with these practices and uses spatial information systems in their daily operations. This session will cover how Piaseczno uses a mapping solution to integrate data for smoother, coordinated business processes and how they formed a communication platform for citizens to see and interact with shared data.

Register now for the HxGN LIVE Resiliency Series!

The HxGN LIVE Resiliency Series will take place June 8, 10, 15, and 17. It isn’t just another webinar; it’s informative sessions, panel discussions, and one-on-one interviews in an interactive environment across multiple time zones around the world. There’s no charge to attend, and it doesn’t require a large time commitment. Log in on the days and for the sessions you want. Watch, participate, and take away ideas you can use.

Register now!