Geotechnical software company Dataforensics, a GeoPrac sponsor, has a booth at the Geo-Congress conference. I caught up with their President, Scott Deaton this morning. We had a nice chat about a number of things, but he showed me an early version of an iOS and Android version of their popular PLog, their field-based borehole and well logging software. He demoed the product for me on his iPad, noting that this conference was the first time he was doing so. With the prevalence and low cost of these tablet platforms (and with a new rugged Android tablet on the way), this promises to be a very interesting product! Thanks for the chat, Scott!
Dataforensics Welcomes EarthScience Information Systems Pty Ltd in Australia as new Technology Partner and distributor
Norcross, GA, March 30, 2010 – Dataforensics, maker of geotechnical data management software, and EarthScience Information Systems, developer of the environmental data management software program ESdat, are pleased to announce a technology partnership. Additionally, EarthScience Information Systems has been granted rights to represent Dataforensics’ data management software applications in Australia. [Editor] Click through for the rest of the press release from GeoPrac sponsor Dataforensics. [/Editor]
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and the Kentucky Geological Survey Utilized Dataforensics’ PLog Enterprise for their Publicly Searchable Geotechnical Database
Norcross, Georgia, July 28, 2009 – In a joint project between the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) and the Kentucky Geological Survey (KGS), PLog Enterprise was chosen as a key software component in developing a web-based, searchable database of geotechnical investigation data. [Editor] Click through for the rest of the press release. [/Editor]