Future of Public Safety Summit
Free to accelerate: Empowering the responders
Join us at HxGN LIVE Global 2023
Public safety departments need to respond quickly to incidents, thoroughly investigate and resolve cases and deploy resources effectively. However, departments sometimes struggle to achieve performance targets and optimal response times due to disconnected information and workflows. And the problems increase when multiple agencies are involved.
Providing teams with the tools to improve their speed, efficiency and effectiveness is Hexagon’s priority for the public safety community. The Future of Public Safety Summit at HxGN LIVE Global 2023 brings together emergency communications center leaders and staff, law enforcement and other public safety professionals.
The summit offers a chance to discuss the best ways to deliver accurate, current information and capabilities when and where they are needed most.
What you’ll learn
The summit will offer hands-on training in world-class technologies, a forum for inter-agency discussion and the latest innovations that free customers from uncertainty, ensuring they have the right data, information and tools to keep communities safe.
Who should attend
Chiefs and senior leaders
Police, fire and emergency response chiefs and other senior leaders need to achieve and maintain high levels of service. These leaders will hear how they can do this while managing the expectations of citizens, the mandates of public officials and regulators and the impacts of new forms of technology.
Emergency communications center staff
Emergency communications centers are the front lines of public safety. Center directors, managers and call-takers/dispatchers will learn about the best tools to collect and verify data and equip responders with critical information about potentially life-threatening events.
Public safety IT
Technology is evolving faster than ever, putting a strain on public safety agencies to enhance their current capabilities. Public safety agency CIOs and IT departments will learn how to deploy, administer and manage systems more easily to ensure a positive return on investment for their systems.
Police, fire and EMS personnel who patrol communities and rapidly respond to incidents need access to accurate data about people and places to ensure public safety. First responders will learn about technologies for improving the quality and availability of critical information to help them do their jobs safely and effectively.
Police and fire investigators are responsible for investigating and documenting accidents, crimes and fires. Investigators will discover solutions to digitally capture and document scenes, better manage and harness information, streamline investigative and administrative tasks and more.