Hexagon US Federal’s Chris Bellios: Investments, Emerging Tech to Advance Firm’s Market Positioning

Chris Bellios, COO of Hexagon US Federal

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 6, 2019 — Chris Bellios, chief operating officer of Hexagon US Federal, has said the geospatial and technical services company looks to build on its investments in technology areas over the next two years in order to expand its market and position its portfolio for the public safety, military and intelligence communities.

Bellios told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published July 17 that Hexagon US Federal works to utilize emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence to help enhance geospatial awareness by automating the processing of big data to generate actionable insights that support decisions, although he noted the challenge that industry is facing in terms of keeping up with the need for innovation.

“Both industry and the federal government continue to address this challenge, but as a community we need to accelerate ahead of whatever threat exists,” he stated.

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