I get this question all the time: how is QNOPY different from a generic form-builder? Here is what makes QNOPY different and way more valuable:
- Database structure: QNOPY database is designed specifically for environmental projects. There is a table for Projects and a table for wells or other types of field points like soil borings. A form-builder database is generic so you must adjust your process to work with the form-builder’s system.
- Place for historic data: you can upload all your historic data for your project into QNOPY
- Historic range-based validations: QNOPY gives you in-app checks to see whether the reading you recorded is within the historic range for the location
- Perfect fit for the field workflow: QNOPY’s mobile app is built to mimic the field workflow. Our app makes life easier for the field staff. On the other hand, the form-builder does not mimic the field workflow and as a result is confusing and far less intuitive. In fact, the end user will often quit using their form-builder app as it becomes a nuisance.
- Here are just a few QNOPY features that none of the form builders have:
- Automated stabilization calculations for groundwater watch video
- Upload well construction details
- Soil boring logs export to GINT or Logplot
- Events that mimic actual field event like second quarter sampling
- GPS tagging of wells and borings
- Chain of custody
- Laboratory data integration
- System O&M setup
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