ESdat Environmental Data Management Software will be demonstrated at the Ecoforum Conference & Exhibition 2012 in Sydney from Wednesday 7 to Friday 8 March 2012, by the software developers, Earth Science Information Systems (EScIS). ESdat is used by many of the world’s leading environmental consultancies and site holders.
For existing ESdat users this is an opportunity to pre-view the next release of LSpecs, which will include:
- Complete electronic COC (Lab Analysis Request) generation in the office without requiring data be entered in the field on PLog.
- Automated matching of lab samples against QA and sample collection information (as currently).
- Enhanced electronic COC exports for automated upload into Labs internal databases.
- Tracking of Software Receipt Notification (SRN) discrepancies.
EcoForum brings environment industry practitioners and their clients together to create new, innovative solutions to environmental problems, influence policy and find new business partners. This multi-disciplinary event relies on passionate people taking part in discussions about real solutions and sharing their knowledge.
EcoForum is small enough to be a forum, and it’s easy to find the right people here.
ESdat Environmental Data Management Software allows for efficient importing from a range of systems or data sources into a central environmental database; provides data comparison and analysis, comprehensive reporting, and integration with other software. The system also performs QA analysis and has automatic data validation checks.
A recent survey shows that 100% of environmental and geological professionals saved time when using Esdat Environmental Data Software and that having the data organized was seen as a major feature. Over 50% of professionals achieved time savings of at least 40%.
EarthScience Information Systems, who will demonstrate their data management software, is an innovative leader in environmental data management software. The flagship ESdat software enables users to manage, analyse and report large amounts of data while automating the time consuming and tedious tasks.
In 2012, EcoForum offers 9 conference streams that include: Land and groundwater remediation (the ALGA 5th Annual Conference), EcoWaste, Mine water management, Water in perspective, Climate change response, Sustainability in the Asian century, Sustainable engineering, Sustainable cities, and EcoCommunication.
The exhibition showcasing leading environmental companies and their products and services will be on Wednesday and Thursday.
EScIS look forward to meeting you at EcoForum in Sydney. Please contact us if you would like to arrange a personal demonstration of our ESdat Environmental Data Management Software.