NSF invests in Azimuth1 to bring AI and data analytics to environmental cleanup

We're applying machine learning and big data analytics to create useful models for the size, shape, and concentration of underground contaminants in the soil and groundwater.

Jason Dalton | July 20, 2017

The US National Science Foundation selected Azimuth1 in a highly competitive round of Small Business Innovation Research awards. The award will go to supporting our efforts to create ....


SmartData Solutions webinar Oct 12!

Advantages to using online collaboration across all stakeholders in environmental site characterization

Jason Dalton | October 6, 2016

We are eager to show off the latest improvements to SmartData Solutions, as well as introduce new users to the system. Please join us for this demo webinar on Wednesday, October 12 at 3pm EST. ....


SmartData Solutions now incorporates site geology data

Showing specific lithographic horizons using soil boring logs

Anna Milligan | September 15, 2016

We’ve recently added the capability to use soil boring logs in SmartData Solutions. Of all the ideas that our customers float our way, this is the one that people have you’ve been asking for the most, and is the most useful when planning field work. Core samples provide sedimentary composition information for remediation sites and can be useful when planning a site’s sampling program. ....


FIND software tested at NPS SAR Exercise

Building a field deployable system for search and rescue incident management

Jason Dalton | May 31, 2016

Two weeks ago, Azimuth1 supported search and rescue teams from across Virginia and North Carolina at the Blue Ridge Parkway Search and Rescue Exercise (SAREX), a simulated lost person search mission sponsored and run by the National Park Service. Read all about the experience in this account of the exercise by our team. ....


Maps of alternative fuel stations in the US

Data provided by the new HIFLD Open data set

Jason Dalton | February 24, 2016

Today at the ESRI Federal User Group Conference, they announced HIFLD Open, which is a subset of the HIFLD (formerly known as HSIP) data that is open, and with no release restrictions. So we went looking for data we could use for our environmental and energy analytics work. Here’s are some quick maps of alternative fueling stations across the country. ....


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