Upcoming Webinars – Series 7

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Webinar

After the huge success of January’s Webinars with over 350 people registering, we’ve now got the next timetable of webinars scheduled.

Mar 14th – Only do it once! – Your guide to efficient geotechnical data entry

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Tablet, PDA, Laptop or Pencil?  The range of options to log your data is larger than ever. Which options should you choose?

The webinar will look at the methods available for entering data into HoleBASE SI and will discuss the pros and cons of each method.  This webinar will give you valuable information; whether you are trying to capture data onsite, speed up or de-skill your data entry in the office.

We will also include a training element on how to use the new Data Entry Module in HoleBASE SI and how to modify and set up new profiles.

A recording of this webinar will be available to delegates who register for 7 days after the event.

Mar 21st – Triggering Vision – Making best use of your environmental data in HoleBASE SI

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The introduction of Triggers into HoleBASE SI significantly increases the benefits of including your brownfield and environmental data in HoleBASE SI.

In this webinar, we will look at all the features in the whole suite of HoleBASE SI applications that can help you understand, plot, analyse and present the large amounts of data that are generated with brownfield investigations.

This webinar will include a training element on how to use the new Trigger values in HoleBASE SI, and how to present the contamination data on the mapping interface and in the Excel Extension.

A recording of this webinar will be available to delegates who register for 7 days after the event.

Mar 28th – Avoiding AGS data errors – The 5 most important things you need to know

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One of the most important aspects of sending or receiving AGS data; is to ensure that the data is error free.  If you receive an AGS file that contains a large number of errors it can appear daunting to fix the problems before you import the data.  However, in the majority of cases fixing errors only takes a few minutes once you understand why and how they occur.

In this webinar we will explain what causes the top five types of errors and show you how to fix them.

This webinar will include a training element on how an AGS file is constructed and how you can use KeyAGS Professional to help you create error free AGS data.

A recording of this webinar will be available to delegates who register for 7 days after the event.

Apr 4th – Creating the ultimate desk study tool – is your GIS system redundant?

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A picture tells a thousand words – especially when it is a map with national or regional datasets and it has all your project locations on it !  This has been one of the reasons why large organisations have made significant investments into GIS systems over the years.

HoleBASE SI has transformed the way organisations are thinking about GIS and archiving systems.   In many cases it is also reducing the number of expensive GIS software licences they need.

In this webinar, we will show you how to set up additional mapping sets and import your old projects into HoleBASE SI Professional to make the system more powerful.  We will also be sharing our development plans for future releases so you can plan your implementation with full knowledge of additional capabilities that are currently being worked on.

This webinar is only available to HoleBASE users with a valid maintenance agreement.

If you are not currently using HoleBASE SI and would like access to this webinar please contact us after registering as we may be able to offer you a special invite.

A recording of this webinar will be available to delegates who register for 7 days after the event.

 

Keynetix Webinars

The webinars will be recorded and made available for registered delegates to watch again for our customers who’s time zones do not allow them to watch the events live.  So even if you are not able to attend on the day we recommend you register now so you get access to the recording after the event.

Mar 14th – Only do it once! – Your guide to efficient geotechnical data entry https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/365515681

Mar 21st – Triggering Vision – Making best use of your environmental data in HoleBASE SI https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/523083441

Mar 28th – Avoiding AGS data errors – The 5 most important things you need to know https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/617050744

Apr 4th – Creating the ultimate desk study tool – is your GIS system redundant? https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/664989936

 

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