How to reimagine collaboration among public safety organisations and beyond

Natural disasters. Sporting events. Traffic accidents. Terrorist attacks. 

Each of these scenarios requires collaboration with multiple agencies – from emergency services to transportation departments and public works – but information sharing among organisations can be difficult, inefficient and resource intensive. 

Police forces must receive and share information with internal teams, partners, neighboring agencies and their communities as quickly and efficiently as possible to save lives and better serve the public. A global pandemic, social unrest and tightening budgets have exacerbated this need, making it vital for forces to adapt now. 

In this free on-demand webinar, Hexagon’s Klaus Dalgaard shares how improving collaboration and real-time data sharing can help police forces:

  • Achieve greater situational awareness
  • Increase resource efficiency
  • Enhance communication and coordination
  • Optimise response 
  • Automate a common audit trail of decisions and actions 
  • Facilitate change in today’s working practises


Klaus Dalgaard

Business Development Manager

Hexagon’s Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial division

Klaus has been active within the security, transportation, government and public safety control room environment for more than 25 years in the UK and Europe. He is self-motivated and has a successful track record in sales and business development and building close relationships with his customers.

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