Bioclear Earth aims at the power of nature and TerraIndex
Extracting copper from desert soil in Chile, investigating how verge and natural grass can be used as fuel or monitoring the ‘consumption’ of contamination by anaerobic bacteria in the Botlek area in Rotterdam. Bioclear Earth is taking the lead for thirty years already in the world of environmental biotechnology. How? By investing in research and technology. Including TerraIndex.
“Correct”, is the reply of fieldworker Lelia Cappon, “I am currently working for about a year with TerraIndex on soil investigation projects. The biggest advantage hereof compared to the past? Time savings! I think that with TerraIndex my time savings are at least twenty percent with regards to fieldwork data entry.”
Everything in one system
Lelia tells us that she uses TerraIndex among others during the soil investigation project in the Botlek. “I can easily enter all the parameters in TerraIndex: the material types, how big the well is, how deep it reaches, the x- and y-coordinates of the location. It operates highly intuitively. But I can also add photos to which a name, date and sample point are assigned automatically. And we can scan the soil samples. All data is collected into one system. That is in fact quite convenient for our projects, which often last for several years, thereby also considering that other parties and colleagues often need access to the data.”
Do what you say and say what you…
In conclusion, Lelia is satisfied with the way the current functionality accelerates her field operations and supports her cooperation with others. But is there maybe one feature she is still missing in the TeraIndex environment or does she see any opportunities for optimization? “At this moment I don’t”, is the answer of Lelia. “But if this were the case, I can just let TerraIndex know. And they will actually do something about it and take action. In that respect Bioclear Earth and TerraIndex fit together perfectly: we say what we do, and we do what we say. Very important if you want to stay ahead.”