Hexagon live streaming on HxGN TV

By on 2 June, 2015

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Hexagon’s annual international conference, HxGN LIVE, is currently underway in Las Vegas and free video streaming of the discussions is available through the HxGN TV website. The event began on June 1 and will be held over four days until 4 June.

From 2-4 June 2015, events will be held 8:00 AM PDT – 4:45 AM PDT, meaning Australian audiences can view the afternoon presentations live each morning over 3-5 June.

The HxGN LIVE program includes six concurrently running tracks, consisting of:

  • Geospatial track
  • Geosystems track
  • Metrology track
  • Process, Power & Marine track
  • Security, Government and Infrastructure track
  • Synergy Solutions track

HxGN LIVE brings together Hexagon’s global brand network, customers and partners to exchange ideas and explore solutions that are shaping the way we work and live. New and upcoming technology will be previewed in a program of keynote presentations, sessions, and video panel discussions. This includes HxM Athena – the powerful business intelligence and business analytics solution, HxM Blast, which will revolutionize the design and execution of drill and blast plans, and HxM Live Terrain, which will integrate disparate data sources into a single view of a mine’s terrain in near real-time.

Hexagon is a leading global provider of information technologies that drive quality and productivity improvements across geospatial and industrial enterprise applications.

To live stream the presentations and view the full program, visit the HxGN TV website.

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