TerraIndex Web is an obvious choice if you are already using the fieldwork-app
An exploratory soil survey, a transfer, closure or bankruptcy of a high risk establisment. A descriptive soil survey to map an identified contamination. The assistance of soil remediation operations. A technical report for soil movement. Or archaeological invoices if this appears to be required for a license application. The Belgian firm ‘Bouwen & Milieu’ (Building and Environment) nowadays uses a new tool for this: TerraIndex Web. Why?
Maarten Dingenen (project leader at Bouwen & Milieu): ‘We want to tune our activities with the activities in the office. So when we only recently switched to the app for fieldworkers, the choice for TerraIndex Web was an obvious one.”
Saving time on two fronts
If we ask him which advantages the combination entails for Bouwen & Milieu, the project leader answers: “With this we assure ourselves a better synchronisation of data and a faster procedure at the office. To make this clear: the data fieldworkers enter in the app is now completely recognisable in the web version thanks to the similar lay-out. And two: if we use fieldwork data in the web version, this data can be automatically assessed according to the relevant norms. This means time savings on two fronts.”
Continued development of web version
He continues: “If now I zoom in on TerraIndex Web, you might understand Citrix is the loser. And let’s not forget the web version is not even finished”, he says while referring to the fact that new features will soon arrive, like photos that can be linked to drilling points and clearer visualisations of data. “We are also actively involved with these continued developments by means of the Expergroup meetings. Important, because only through co-developments like these we will arrive at the solutions that truly contribute to the daily routine. I am therefore excited for what the future has to bring!”