analytical data management Articles

  • Landfill environmental data management

    Client: Syngenta Limited Location: Bradley Park, UK Services: Landfill monitoring support service, environmental data management and reporting services Issues: Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC). Control and trigger level compliance. Summary: ESI receives site monitoring data from the ...


    By ESI Consulting Ltd

  • Landfill reporting and data management

    Client: Syngenta Limited Location: Bradley Park, UK Services: Landfill monitoring support service, environmental data management and reporting services Issues: Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC). Control and trigger level compliance. Summary: ESI receives site monitoring data from the ...


    By ESI Consulting Ltd

  • The Advantages of Proper Data Management

    Published in Pollution Engineering April 2011 Driven by a number of processes, companies increasingly need to collect, manage, and report data. Some of this comes from monitoring carried out by individuals, contractors and analytical laboratories. There have also been many advances in monitoring and logging of data but often the analysis and reporting of data is carried out in Microsoft ...


    By EHS Data Limited

  • Adding Big Data and Analytics to the Smart Building Equation

    Continuing our series of articles on Innovation we talked to Dave Bartlett, Vice President, IBM Smarter Physical Infrastructure, about IBM’s vision for the Smart Building market and the key emerging technologies. There seem to be many definitions of ‘Smart’ Buildings. How do you define ‘Smart’ and what is IBM’s vision for this market? Is it just about reducing ...

  • How data and analytics are keeping Philly’s water safe

    CH2M assisted Philadelphia to implement a Surveillance and Response System (SRS) demonstration project under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Water Security Initiative. CH2M Global Director Smart Cities and Senior Technology Fellow Dr. Avinash S. Patwardhan and Ken Thompson, CH2M Deputy Director Intelligent Water Solutions and Senior ...


    By CH2M Hill Companies, Ltd.

  • Well Identification and Environmental Management, A Lesson in Standards and Data Management

    This powerpoint, Well Identification and Environmental Management, A Lesson in Standards and Data Management, was given by Keith Fraley from Shell Exploration and Production at the ESRI Petroleum User Group Conference in February 2008. It describes an approach for collection and storage of hydrology sampling event results for a project consisting of about 600 wells and 400,000 analytical results. ...


    By EarthSoft, Inc

  • Evaluation studies of Joint Forest Management in India: a review of analytical processes

    This paper introduces a range of methods used for data gathering and the results of their analysis in the evaluation of Joint Forest Management initiatives undertaken in India. There were 200 evaluation reports collected from different states in India, of which only 99 had reported on methods used, and issues addressed, in relation to socio-economic, institutional, ecological and gender and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • DHL analytical - Case Study

    Quantum Leap in productivity According to John Dupont, General Manager of Operations, “DHL Analytical, Inc. has been on the leading edge of laboratory innovation for many years. Our vision was to move towards a paperless laboratory, with the realization that the current generation of electronic documents can be produced at almost all points in our process. The trick for us ...


    By Poplar Solutions, LLC

  • Data analytics methodology for monitoring quality sensors and events in the Barcelona drinking water network

    Water quality management is a key area to guarantee drinking water safety to users. This task is based on disinfection techniques, such as chlorination, applied to the drinking water network to prevent the growth of microorganisms present in the water. The continuous monitoring of water quality parameters is fundamental to assess the sanitary conditions of the drinking water and to detect ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Using Devices and Analytics in Safety

    Technology touches virtually everything we do in modern society and in EH&S, it is becoming more prevalent by the day. Businesses can now use analytics and devices to vastly improve their safety strategy and, thanks to data that is obtainable from both humans and connected machines, make much smarter, strategic EH&S decisions. The rise of the ...


    By Rivo, a Sphera Company

  • Paperless efficiency at DHL analytical

    I recently spoke at length with John Dupont, General Manger at DHL Alalytical as well as the owner Dr. Luu and several key staff at this well respected and forward thinking analytical laboratory in Round Rock, Texas. Since they had been using Labcore for over two years, I felt it was a good idea to understand the impact the data package management and workflow automation software had on their ...


    By Poplar Solutions, LLC

  • Why Every EH&S Manager Needs Data Visibility

    Let’s get straight to the point: you don’t become an EH&S manager because you enjoy filing, red tape and filling out endless paperwork. You take on the role because you want to make a difference by creating a safe working environment. A key part of the role is reporting and analytics and the data visibility that it provides. Data visibility ...


    By Rivo, a Sphera Company

  • LIMS linked to longevity, better data management, increased yields

    Here’s the pop quiz for today:  name a business that isn’t concerned with reducing costs and improving quality or increasing output. It’s a trick question because there is no wrong answer.  Every business, across every industry, knows that there’s a pretty straightforward formula for optimizing the bottom line:  reduce costs, keep an eye on quality, sell ...

  • Integration of Subsurface Data Management and GIS to Facilitate Model Calibration

    Abstract The development of numerical codes, as well as pre- and post-processors to support these codes, has made the discipline of groundwater modelling increasingly more automated and efficient. The value of such modelling is reliant on the site-specific data used to build and calibrate the models. The integration of EarthSoft's EQuISÒ Geology and any of several popular modelling environments ...


    By EarthSoft, Inc

  • Managing data quality: What does your chemical result mean?

    What does your chemical result mean? How does one result relate to another result taken 3 months earlier? Were the analytical methods the same?  Were the sampling procedures the same? Are these questions that you can answer?Quality assurance provides a history for every piece of data, enabling validation and traceability of your data. Quality assurance of data should be a prime concern of every ...


    By EarthSoft, Inc

  • Case study - Business analytics and technology

    MetaVu Business Analytics and Information Technology Practice helps clients measure, benchmark and monitor sustainability, environmental and energy performance. MetaVu also helps clients select, integrate and implement information technology systems to manage performance and compliance data. Noble Energy Environmental/Health/Safety Performance Index As a leading Independent ...


    By MetaVu, Inc.

  • Data Mining Disaster

    Computer technology that can mine data from social media during times of natural or other disaster could provide invaluable insights for rescue workers and decision makers, according to an international team writing in the International Journal of Emergency Management. Adam Zagorecki of the Centre for Simulation and Analytics, at Cranfield University, Shrivenham, UK and David Johnson of Missouri ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Solutions - Covering analytical methods and practices

    A smarter way to take a temperature A Northern California lab automates data- gathering and hands the tracking responsibility over to a computer François Rodigari and Kenneth E. Osborn One of many things that environmental laboratories must do is to track and document the temperatures of the laboratory's incubators and refrigerators. This means that the thermometers used to ...


    By Horizon Technology, Inc.

  • Big data and hydroinformatics

    Big data is popular in the areas of computer science, commerce and bioinformatics, but is in an early stage in hydroinformatics. Big data is originated from the extremely large datasets that cannot be processed in tolerable elapsed time with the traditional data processing methods. Using the analogy from the object-oriented programming, big data should be considered as objects encompassing the ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • A scalable open-source web-analytic framework to improve satellite-based operational water management in developing countries

    Two software development hurdles to advancing real-world operationalization of satellite datasets for water management are addressed in this study. First, a simple, easy-to-build and open-source web portal connecting to a back-end complex model is developed for resource-constrained developing nations. Second, to enhance the skill of satellite-based predictions, an innovative and dynamic web ...


    By IWA Publishing

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