QREST, the first national tribal open source air monitoring network successfully launched by integrating with data loggers in March 2020. Tribal members can now use QREST to automatically retrieve air monitoring results from their data loggers, and send the...
Open Environment Software has been selected by the Institute of Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) to develop QREST: Quality Review and Exchange System for Tribes, an open source cloud-based software that will provide tribal governments throughout the U.S. with the...
The EECIP (https://www.eecip.net/) is an online community and living database for State, Tribal, and local environmental agencies across the U.S.. The platform currently contains 2,000 an inventory of projects and enterprise services spanning a broad range of topics including IT, process...
Open Environment Software partnered with Ross Strategic to develop the E-Enterprise Community Inventory Platform (EECIP). https://www.eecip.net Funded by the Environmental Council of States, EECIP is an online community and living project inventory. The Inventory is a place where users can go...
A new version of Open Waters is available. This release includes the following enhancements: Major streamlining to data import module and data import configuration Charting: new chart type (Monitoring Location Averages) Charting: add second characteristic option for time series...
In 2016, agencies used Open Waters to successfully submit over 5000 samples (20,000 analytical results) to EPA's WQX system! Join the fun in 2017: signup for free at (https://www.open-waters.com), or install for free on your own web server by downloading the...
Open Waters 1.9.5 released.
Open Environment Software and Frank Harjo of the Muscogee Creek Nation have been selected to present at the Tribal Lands & Environment Forum at the Mohegan Sun Resort in Uncasville, Connecticut on August 18th. The presentation topic will be "Open...