October 26, 2010
EarthSoft Hosts EQuIS at MIVITEC in Germany
October 26, 2010
October 21, 2010
EarthSoft is pleased to announce the upcoming release of EQuIS version 5.5. As the latest release in the industry-leading EQuIS product line, EQuIS v5.5 includes a variety of new features, improvements, and bug fixes. This release reflects significant efforts in development, input from both EarthSoft personnel and our invaluable clients, as well as being the most tested release to date.
The release notes are currently available, but in this Office Hours session, a member of the EarthSoft Help Desk will review highlights of this new release.
This session will be held at
11am EDT (-5 GMT) (This session is now full.) and 6pm EDT (-5 GMT) on October 28th.
To sign up for a session, please send us an email at email@example.com or register on the Office Hours page and indicate your session of preference. Note that spots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
October 21, 2010
EarthSoft announces a new Viewer License Agreement (VLA) now available for hosted Enterprise EZView. Read more below or click the following link to download the pdf.
Viewer License Announcement
October 20, 2010
GeoKlock, a Brazilian consultant, provides EQuIS data management services. To learn more about GeoKlock, download the pdf of the GeoKlock EQuIS Flyer (in Portuguese) or view below.
October 17, 2010
Click here to download EarthSoft’s Office Hour: SADA Interfaces_Oct 2010
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Spatial Analysis and Decision Assistance (SADA) is software developed in The Institute for Environmental Modeling at the University of Tennessee. SADA is used by incorporating tools from environmental assessment fields into an effective problem solving environment.
This EarthSoft Office Hour will demonstrate an EQuIS report that will provide an import to SADA with the specifications required by the SADA software.
Table of Contents
SADA – EQuIS Requirements – 01:32
SADA Inport – Export – 05:37
SADA Launch – 09:01
Matching EQuIS/SADA Fields – 09:49
SADA Reports – 15:11
October 12, 2010
Arcadis is now hiring a staff scientist responsible for EQuIS Data Management. The selected individual will be responsible for managing the Arcadis database, as well as all historical and incoming data, reporting, and analysis.
This position has a particular emphasis on the EQuIS 5 platform and SQL Server database, Pro and Enterprise interfaces. Work activities will include trouble shooting and training of junior data managers and project teams, assisting in the development of templates for EQuIS tabular reports, and other EQuIS outputs. Other duties include developing customized reports and other output for EQuIS, using EQuIS interfaces to gINT, LogPlot, etc.
October 8, 2010
Verdant Solutions is an 8(a) firm operating on the west coast of the United States that can provide EQuIS™ and GIS services.
Here is their corporate brochure for information management services.
October 7, 2010
“In an effort to streamline the electronic submittal of environmental sampling data, the Superfund Program in EPA Region 2 has adopted a standardized electronic data deliverable (EDD) format that is being required for all new and historical data submitted to the region. The format is based on the Electronic Data Deliverable, or EDD format, which is being adopted by other EPA regions and various states around the country. By employing the EDD, EPA can regiment how data is transmitted to better facilitate data review and decision making.”
“EQuIS provided a video instruction on converting the CLP EDD files into EPA Region 2 format, which can be viewed in this link: http://www.screencast.com/t/NzI1OWRhNzAt”
October 6, 2010
EarthSoft CEO, Mitch Beard, will be presenting at Ekos Brasil Institute’s conference on Remediation and Redevelopment of Contaminated Sites
He will introduce Electronic Data Deliverables (EDDs) for field and lab data, and the concept of good/bad EDDs. He will review EDD specifications and statements-of-work for contracts, share experience from integration of GIS and relational databases for environmental data and show how reports and graphics can be “pushed” automatically with date- and data-driven triggers.