In most cities in the US, drinking water quality conforms with the norms of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which…
Your enterprise is facing more environmental data management challenges than ever before. New emissions regulations, ever-changing quality assurance guidelines, and corporate social responsibility expectations have forced many companies to adopt immediate data management practices that aren’t the best long-term strategy.
But there is a better way to manage all your sampling, analytical, and subsurface data than in a patchwork of spreadsheets and disjointed databases.
On 12 April 2019, Locus’ Founder and CEO, Neno Duplan, received the prestigious Carnegie Mellon 2019 CEE (Civil and Environmental Engineering) Distinguished Alumni Award for outstanding accomplishments at Locus Technologies. In light of this recognition, Locus decided to dig into our blog vault, share a series of visionary blogs crafted by our Founder in 2016.
More recently, big data has become more closely tied to IoT-generated streaming datasets such as Continued Air Emission Measurements (CEMS), real-time remote control and monitoring of treatment systems, water quality monitoring instrumentation, wireless sensors, and other types of wearable mobile devices.
Climate change is about to upend the corporate world. Companies that fail to address their impacts on the environment are likely to face a backlash as their lack of effort will not sit well with the public, particularly as climatic changes become ever more severe and prominent.
The global economy is currently being tested on a magnitude that we have never witnessed before. The effects of COVID-19 have pushed the limits of individuals, and the organizations that they run. As we collectively face short-term problems related to the pandemic, long-term effects of climate change have, in some ways, been magnified.