Visit our Tetra Tech booth #7 at Coastal GeoTools February 6-9 in Charleston, SC. Refer to www.coastalgeotools.org for additional information.
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The development of tailored environmental software applications for scientists and engineers as well as data acquisition, management, and analysis tools to support real-time, retrospective and predictive analyses has been a focus of the Tetra Tech Research & Development Group for more than two decades.
Environmental Software Development
From specifications to product deliverables and maintenance, we provide a lifecycle approach to software development and project management. Noteworthy projects include our successful efforts with development and implementation of:
Our innovative, robust software plays a key role in the analysis and resolution of environmental issues, which is why our clients have continued to rely on our software development services for over 25 years.
Data Management Services
Effective data management is an important and often undervalued component of jobs that involve collection of samples or handling of any kind of data. The Tetra Tech Research & Development Group has developed a set of tools and capabilities for efficiently and accurately managing an analytical chemistry and geology database that can be easily adapted for use with other types of data.
Electronic Chain of Custody (eCOC) software allows users to enter information from an approved sampling plan, or create their own, and then use the plan in the field to quickly fill out and print a Chain of Custody form.
Data Access - Interactive QUErying and Reporting Interface (DAIQUERI) provides access to all data using a series of wizards to view and graph chemistry and geology data.
Web-based access and tools provides quick creation of customized reports and web mapping system that allows users to view data along with basemap layers.
Customized data entry programs for smart devices provide a method for quickly identifying specific sampling locations and entering data in the field.
Our tools and capabilities have been used to significantly improve the quality and accessibility of the data at several sites, including a groundwater cleanup site and a construction site.