As the end of the first quarter of the 21st century approaches, many economic and environmental challenges confront modern industry. Continued adaption to new and emerging technologies is an ongoing reality, which has driven the Industry 4.0 revolution and emergence of smart factories.
Whether you are monitoring discharges from power plants, remediation performance at contaminated sites or the environmental performance of chemical plants, chances are that you are working with various subcontractors for field sampling, laboratory analysis, data validation, and report generation.
Increasing data volumes are making the efficient collection of field data an integral part of any environmental project. Regulated industrials, consultants, and government agencies are currently digitizing their workflows to reap the benefits of the digital transformation. Consider the following benefits if you are still collecting field data manually with paper forms.
June 24, 2021 EarthSoft Interview with Benny Pataray, Jacobs Benny Pataray is a Leader of Jacobs’ Environmental Data Management Community of Practice. Benny is a data management solutions innovator with over 20 years in the environmental sciences industry serving as a...
January 14, 2021 Interview with Dave Myers, Environmental IT Specialist at The Dow Chemical Company [EarthSoft] What drove you to implementing a centralized environmental data management system (EDMS)? What was the situational analysis or problems you were trying to...
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