Our Partnerships

Partners play a key role in helping us to maintain our status as an innovative provider of intelligent manufacturing products and services

Plex

Hexagon and Plex are partnering to help manufacturers drive transformation by taking control of the plant floor through full visibility and connectivity. 

Authentise

Authentise delivers award-winning data-driven process automation software for advanced manufacturing processes. Its flexible platforms help Boeing, Ricoh, Danfoss and others at the forefront of R&D, prototyping and production to reduce effort and cost, improve traceability and transparency, and deliver quality.  

Ericsson

Ericsson is partnering with Hexagon to make manufacturing smarter with the fast capture, transfer and use of data.

Microsoft

Microsoft and Hexagon are working together to help manufacturers utilise cloud technology efficiently and securely in their factories.

Red Bull Racing

Red Bull Racing

Winning a Formula One race usually involves the difference between a few thousandths of a second, in quality terms we turn this into a few microns. It’s the precision and quality provided by Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence products and services that help Red Bull Racing to win Championships season after season.

Siemens Gamesa

We’ve partnered with Siemens Gamesa to develop ground-breaking new solutions for ensuring quality without compromising productivity in the world of large-scale turbine manufacturing.

Wings for Life

At Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, we develop technology solutions that enable manufacturers to sense, think and act to improve quality and productivity. Wings for Life funds world-class research and clinical trials focused on the spinal cord – the messaging system between the brain and the body – which allows all of us to sense, think and act every day.

Wichita State Innovation Campus

Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence and the Wichita State University Innovation Campus have entered into a technology partnership agreement extending a five-year partnership with WSU’s National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR).