Award-winning technology solutions
EnSafe’s Technology Solutions are delivered by two service groups — Geographic Information System (GIS) and Software Development. With our Technology Division, additional services (engineering, environment, and health & safety), and strategic alliances, EnSafe builds teams of highly qualified technical professionals with business domain expertise.
From systems planning to software and interactive mapping development to infrastructure management, EnSafe specializes in technology that boosts our clients' business processes and project completion.
- Internet / Intranet / Extranet Design and Deployment
- Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Management Systems Design and Development
- Document Management Systems
- Mobile Technology Development
- Decision Support Systems
- GIS Implementation / Enterprise GIS
- Web-Based Interactive Mapping
- Data Migration
- GIS Training
For a landfill in Kentucky, EnSafe pinpointed potential groundwater contaminant migration pathways for chlorinated solvents through geophysics to save the county government $134K in tax dollars.
EnSafe uses drones with built-in Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) that captures positional data to improve accuracy of imagery products.
EnSafe’s use of Earth Soft’s EQuIS environmental data management software enhances data reliability and functionality.
EnSafe uses tablet technology for accurate, efficient field data collection. Our standardized web-based forms and databases capture critical information during fieldwork and site inspections/audits, which is downloaded and incorporated into project-specific EQUIS/GIS databases, allowing for streamlined reporting efforts and eliminating potential transcription errors.
Digital geophysical mapping with TEMTAD technology helped identify metallic anomalies for further investigation in a 42-acre dredge spoils area, reducing the number of excavations required in site clean-up.
EnSafe utilizes Color-Tec field screening for real-time data on chlorinated solvents in groundwater at South Carolina Superfund site.