Smart City Expo World Congress 2019
Capture, enable and engage: Leverage the power of your entire city
Booth Presentations and Congress Sessions
Hexagon will host two Congress Sessions as a part of the SCEWC 2019 program, detailed at the top of the list below. Learn more about what our thought leaders will be sharing as a part of this exciting event.
Throughout the exhibition, Hexagon’s stand C-343 will feature ongoing presentations from subject matter experts in various fields. See below for additional details and the planned schedule of events.
Pascal Strupler, Product Manager, Hexagon’s Geosystems division
Tuesday, 19 November | 11:30 AM | Urban Environment Congress Room
In this presentation, Hexagon’s Pascal Strupler will explore how reality capture technologies are turning entire cityscapes into 3D models, from above, on the ground and beneath the surface. He will also illustrate how those 3D models are fused into an entire urban ecosystem that can draw and act on data from multiple sources, making unaided decisions to become smarter and smarter over time, providing the ultimate form of data leverage.
With an in-depth look at the latest innovations and drawing on insights from real-world case studies, this forward-thinking keynote delivers the knowledge needed today to create the Smart Cities of tomorrow.
Speaker: Roland Raith, Director of Business Development, Forensics
- Tuesday, 19 November – 12:15
- Wednesday, 20 November – 9:15
- Thursday, 21 November – 2:15
Abstract: Facing inevitable incidents with limited resources, authorities need the right information at the right time to make more informed decisions. Forensics solutions are crucial to aid in crime prevention, crash reconstruction, fire investigation, and general incident management.
In this presentation, learn how to use reality capture technologies and forensics data to investigate, analyse, respond to, recover from, and ultimately, prevent incidents.
Speaker: Raphael Goudard, Mobile Mapping Manager
- Tuesday, 19 November – 10:15
- Wednesday, 20 November – 3:15
- Thursday, 21 November – 12:15
Abstract: With a digital twin of a city, authorities can easily deploy resources effectively and efficiently to meet the unique and critical needs of its citizens. Hexagon’s vast portfolio of sensor-based reality capture solutions enable a complete digital replica of a city, from the digital capture of every street and every building to the city’s entire underground infrastructure — water, gas, and sewage lines.
In this presentation, you will learn how reality capture technologies are bringing time-sensitive insights and actionable information to city officials.
Speaker: Ignacio Hernández, Regional Director
- Tuesday, 19 November – 1:15
- Wednesday, 20 November – 4:00
- Thursday, 21 November – 3:15
Abstract: Cities need location intelligence to meet ever-changing urban challenges. Hexagon’s Smart M.Apps combine infinite layers of data into a single application, creating 5D Smart Digital Realities that deliver location intelligence for any city challenge — from traffic safety and flood management to urban planning and utilities operations.
In this presentation, discover how to use Smart M.Apps to provide insight into what was, what is, what could be, what should be, and ultimately, what will be — no matter what the challenge.
Speaker: Begoña Verdejo, Senior Pre-Sales Engineer
- Tuesday, 19 November – 9:15
- Wednesday, 20 November – 2:15
- Thursday, 21 November – 11:15
Abstract: Smart cities need open engagement and e-participation from their citizens. Citizens can serve as reliable, cost-effective sources of crowdsourced, actionable information. Every person has the ability to quickly report problems to local authorities with a location reference within 5-10 meters by simply using a smartphone. Using cloud and edge technology, Hexagon’s Mobile Alert app gathers and visualises this crowdsourced data, allowing stakeholders to analyse incidents in context via a dashboard for smart, efficient decision-making.
In this presentation, learn how governments can improve their services while demonstrating a commitment to citizen participation and engagement.
Speaker: Stefanie Ellinger, Solutions Engineer
- Tuesday, 19 November – 11:15
- Wednesday, 20 November – 10:15
- Thursday, 21 November – 1:15
Abstract: Buzzwords such as “big data”, “IoT”, and “machine learning” dominate today’s technology discussions, but their practical applications are not always obvious. Hexagon’s smart monitoring solutions utilise its M.App Enterprise and Xalt Enterprise Integration platforms, combining various sensor data feeds (real-time and asynchronous) to enable real-time monitoring applications, such as the structural integrity of a city asset (e.g. bridges, tunnels, etc.) to the surface movements in an urban area (e.g. earthquakes, landslides, etc.).
In this presentation, learn how to create a real-time monitoring environment that enables authorities to improve city services.
Speaker: Fabian Zwimpfer, Senior Sales Representative
- Tuesday, 19 November – 2:15
- Wednesday, 20 November – 11:15
- Thursday, 21 November – 4:00
Abstract: Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies can help us discover timely, actionable insights within complex, unstructured data. Their ability to provide highly relevant context to time-critical decisions has enormous potential for public safety and security. By mining and analysing data in real time, HxGN OnCall Dispatch | Smart Advisor gives control centre staff invaluable insights into individual incidents and correlates intelligence to detect major events as they’re unfolding.
In this presentation, learn how to use AI and machine learning embedded within emergency call-taking and dispatch software allows control rooms to take more effective and timelier action by alerting operators to emerging patterns and crucial situational context.
Speaker: Kalyn Sims, CTO, Hexagon’s Safety & Infrastructure division
- Tuesday, 19 November – 4:00
- Wednesday, 20 November – 1:15
- Thursday, 21 November – 10:15
Abstract: Cities need a holistic approach to safety and security. To improve situational awareness and collaboration, they must have the capabilities to connect multiple stakeholders — public safety professionals, healthcare or transportation authorities, municipal leaders, businesses and communities. True collaboration requires multi-directional data flow and unrestricted data scope across day-to-day incidents and major events.
In this presentation, learn how the benefits of HxGN Connect’s collaborative data sharing extend from citywide coordination for major events to the day-to-day operations of individual organisations.
Speaker: Carl-Thomas Schneider, VP Business Development, 3D Surveillance
Skip Levert, Technical Director
- Tuesday, 19 November – 3:15
- Wednesday, 20 November – 12:15
- Thursday, 21 November – 9:15
Abstract: A key element of smart cities is surveillance. Conventional, camera-based city surveillance has its limits. Why use “flat”, 2D images for a 3D task? The new Leica BLK247 is a smart 3D surveillance tool that monitors environments and provides real-time situational awareness using LiDAR-enabled change detection technology. Through continuous scanning, AI and edge computing, the BLK247 can instantly detect any unwanted intrusions, unusual behaviours or unattended items. By providing immediate communication, there's no need to constantly watch walls of security screens or dashboards — the BLK247 alerts you of any changes, expected or unexpected.
In this presentation, discover how to monitor security conditions, evaluate detected anomalies and efficiently respond to incidents.
|Time||Tuesday 19 November||Wednesday 20 November||Thursday 21 November|
|9:15 a.m.||Crowdsourced Citizen Data Made Actionable Through Mobile Intelligence||Forensics Solutions for Incident Management and Response||Real-time Situational Awareness With 3D Surveillance|
|10:15 a.m.||Create a Complete Digital Twin of Your City||Create a Real-time Monitoring Environment to Improve City Services||A New Approach to City-Wide Collaboration|
|11:15 a.m.||Location Intelligence for Any City Challenge||How AI and ML Can Benefit Emergency Services||Crowdsourced Citizen Data Made Actionable Through Mobile Intelligence|
|12:15 p.m.||Forensics Solutions for Incident Management and Response||Real-time Situational Awareness With 3D Surveillance||Create a Complete Digital Twin of Your City|
|1:15 p.m.||Create a Real-time Monitoring Environment to Improve City Services||A New Approach to City-Wide Collaboration||Create a Real-time Monitoring Environment to Improve City Services|
|2:15 p.m.||How AI and ML Can Benefit Emergency Services||Crowdsourced Citizen Data Made Actionable Through Mobile Intelligence||Forensics Solutions for Incident Management and Response|
|3:15 p.m.||Real-time Situational Awareness With 3D Surveillance||Create a Complete Digital Twin of Your City||Location Intelligence for Any City Challenge Cities|
|4:00 p.m.||A New Approach to City-Wide Collaboration||Location Intelligence for Any City Challenge||How AI and ML Can Benefit Emergency Services|