Tammer Olibah: Thermopylae’s Google-Powered Visualization Tech to Augment Hexagon US Federal Software

Tammer Olibah

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 14, 2019 — Tammer Olibah, CEO of Hexagon‘s federal business, said the Google (Nasdaq: GOOGL) technology stack used in visualization products built by Thermopylae Sciences and Technology, which Hexagon is set to acquire, will complement Hexagon US Federal’s software portfolio, GovCon Wire reported March 5.

Olibah noted in a company press release issued Feb. 28 that the integration “will support implementation of the 5D dynamic analytics experience in the federal market.”

Thermopylae will become a wholly owned Hexagon subsidiary upon the closing of the acquisition.

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