analytical data management Articles

  • Dirty Data: The Behind the Scenes Threat to Environmental Projects

    Data quality for EHS compliance or sustainability management isn't a glamorous topic - especially when it comes to analytical data management. However, it has been gaining more of the limelight due to recent violations and regulatory fines, and it's importance should not be underestimated. Many essential decisions that companies make are based off of their data, so it's accuracy is key. In ...


    By Locus Technologies

  • Shimadzu’s Next-Generation Top-Loading Balances Provide Ultra-Fast Response and Outstanding Reliability

    The UP Series of top-loading balances from Shimadzu Scientific Instruments (SSI) provide the fastest response performance in their class. Advanced digital control technology enables the high-speed weighing capability of these top-loading balances and significantly improves operational efficiency. Consisting of 24 models with weighing capacity ranging from 220 g to 8200 g, the UP series ...

  • How will open source AI change the tech industry?

    Big tech players’ AI APIs will have a huge effect on IT After years in the labs, artificial intelligence (AI) is being unleashed at last. Google, Microsoft and Facebook have all made their own AI APIs open source in recent months, while IBM has opened Watson (pictured above) for business and Amazon has purchased AI startup Orbeus. These announcements have not drawn much media ...

  • LLamasoft simplifies supply chain management for enterprises with platform built on data analytics and AI

    YourStory talked with LLamasoft Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Toby Brzoznowski, about llama.ai, the company's new supply chain management platform, and what sets LLamasoft apart. "It is our approach to supply-chain planning as a whole, and the technology that we use to support it. Where most technology providers focus on helping companies run their supply-chain, LLamasoft focuses on ...


    By LLamasoft, Inc.

  • Texas environmental data system (TEDS)

    TEDS is a data management system that captures technical data (geologic data, analytical data, and spatial data) in an automated fashion and interfaces with other applications, such as ArcGIS, to enable viewing, evaluation, and modeling of the ...


    By EarthSoft, Inc

  • New Product Introduction: Always Expect The Unexpected

    Companies that don’t factor a potential delay into a new product introduction are leaving themselves open to preventable quality pain points and, potentially, a hit to more than ...


    By EtQ, LLC

  • It’s time the transportation industry starts talking about voice-activated devices

    Eighty-seven years ago a self-taught radio engineer named Bill Lear and a colleague, Howard Gates, created a prototype radio that would work inside an automobile. In doing so, they triggered not just an automotive advance but a whole new and still immensely popular “thing” in American motoring and, indeed, in American culture: cruising down the highway, windows down, radio blaring. ...


    By Omnitracs, LLC

  • Non Technical Losses - Case Study

    Situation Utilities experience significant revenue loss due to Non-Technical Losses (NTLs). Worldwide utilities lose $96 billion annually. These losses are principally caused by fraud deliberately performed by consumers. Besides the financial issues due to unbilled energy, NTLs lead to a series of additional losses. These include damage to grid infrastructure, congestion of network equipment due ...


    By Greenbird

  • EQuIS© and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Private Well Testing Act

    Many military bases in the United States have had environmental clean-up programs in place since the early 1980’s.  On some of these facilities extensive multi-stage investigations and remediation projects have generated large amounts of data.  The management and effective use of the accumulated information for subsequent clean-up work is a daunting task unless electronic data ...

  • Integrated Environmental Site Characterization and Analysis: EQuIS in the Military (PDF)

    The seamless integration of subsurface environmental geology and analytical chemistry data with the latest tools and technology for data management and analysis make site characterization and investigation more efficient than ever before. EarthSoft’s Environmental Quality Information System—EQuIS—has been chosen by many military agencies and organizations for the management of analytical ...

  • 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 ...

  • Smart utilities and sustainable resource management

    With the increased availability of inexpensive micro-sensor technologies, everything is becoming “sensor-tagged”. Energy and water utilities are benefiting from this “sensorization” of our infrastructure and the associated smart technology advancements. These progressive utilities are employing innovative, real-time monitoring and control applications with high volume and ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • What Does Complete Visibility of EH&S across all Operating Divisions Really Mean?

    Large modern businesses are incredibly complex. There are a huge number of constituent elements that make up the whole and often a vast number of operating divisions that must work in harmony, even if separated by walls, layers of management and – sometimes – entire counties. This all makes the prospect of managing EH&S across the estate of an ...


    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 ...

  • PPCPs: Preparing for an uncertain regulatory future

    A recent study published in Environmental Pollution* identified 56 active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) in effluent samples from 50 large wastewater treatment plants across the U.S. Among the products found in samples were commonly prescribed anti-psychotic and antihypertensive drugs. As more studies continue to fuel public concerns over risks to public health and the environment, wastewater ...

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