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New Zealand Police Innovation Earns Recognition from Hexagon for Shaping Change

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Monday, June 2nd 2014


Agency Honored as Part of Hexagon’s Inaugural Shaping Change Recognition Programme

Hexagon CEO Ola Rollen today honored New Zealand Police for its visionary use of Intergraph technology in protecting and serving the citizens of New Zealand. The presentation was made at HxGN Live in Las Vegas, Nev.

New Zealand Police, which use Intergraph’s I/CAD to protect the entire country, deployed more than 10,000 devices featuring Intergraph’s Mobile Responder to 6,500 frontline police. Mobile Responder helps New Zealand Police increase productivity by 30 minutes per shift, which saves 520,000 hours each year and effectively puts 345 more police on the streets. Over 12 years, the mobility project will help New Zealand Police save NZ$300 million.

“Mobile Responder allowsNew Zealand field officers to use smartphones to access critical information required for more informed decision-making,” said Steven Cost, president, Intergraph Security, Government and Infrastructure (SG&I). “Through this program, Hexagon recognizes this forward-thinking agency and its efforts to improve the safety of field personnel and the public.”

Named for Hexagon’s commitment to positively altering the course of change with solutions that help make a difference in the lives of people around the world, the Shaping Change Recognition Programme is designed to invoke a spirit of partnership and impact. It recognizes Hexagon customers or partners for their vision in the use of Hexagon technologies to make significant contributions to their business and the industries they serve. In establishing this programme, Hexagon hopes to inspire others to adopt its technology for bold, forward-thinking use.

 

About New Zealand Police

One unified national police agency, New Zealand Police provide services for the entire population and employs over 12,000 staff. New Zealand Police is the lead agency responsible for reducing crime, crime prevention and enhancing community safety and operate by land, sea and air. From more than 400 community-based stations, police respond to more than 600,000 emergency 111 calls each year - 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Communication centres are located in Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch.

Read more on New Zealand Police, visit www.police.govt.nz.

 

About Intergraph
Intergraph helps the world work smarter. The company’s software and solutions improve the lives of millions of people through better facilities, safer communities and more reliable operations.

Intergraph Process, Power & Marine (PP&M) is the world’s leading provider of enterprise engineering software enabling smarter design and operation of plants, ships and offshore facilities. Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) is the leader in smart solutions for emergency response, utilities, transportation and other global challenges. For more information, visit www.intergraph.com.

Intergraph is part of Hexagon (Nordic exchange: HEXA B; www.hexagon.com), a leading global provider of design, measurement, and visualization technologies that enable customers to design, measure and position objects, and process and present data.

© 2014 Intergraph Corporation. All rights reserved. Intergraph is part of Hexagon. Intergraph and the Intergraph logo are registered trademarks of Intergraph Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and in other countries. Other brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

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