Presentations

November 10, 2016 Scott L. Deaton, Ph.D., Dataforensics
Southeastern Transportation Geotechnical Engineering Conference - (STGEC)
Dataforensics demonstrates how DIGGS helps engineers streamline their data management process through the DIGGS data interchange standard. This video shows a complete round trip of data, starting with creating a DIGGS file from gINT and transferred to HoleBASE SI and then imported back into gINT to confirm its accuracy. For more information visit www.dataforensics.net or contact sales@dataforensics.net.
May 13, 2016 Loren Turner
Online
Loren Turner-Caltrans presents a brief slide show overview of the Virtual Data Center developed in conjunction with Cosmos and PEER. This is a great overview of the structure of the data center and its use.
May 13, 2016 Loren Turner
Online
Loren Tuner of Caltrans provides more in-depth description of the portable GIS package which contains the Virtual Data Center web site and explains the installation and function of the system and start program, web servers etc.
February 16, 2016 Roger Chandler
Geotechnical & Structural Engineering Congress, 2016 Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Roger Chandler (Keynetix) explains the development and functionality of the conversion tool. This tool allows developers to create a data set within a tabular format that is easily understood and convert this to a DIGGS file. This is a great tool for users learning the DIGGS structure and for developers as they implement features into their products.
February 16, 2016 Robert Bachus
Geotechnical & Structural Engineering Congress, 2016 Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Bob Bachus describes what the user will get out of the Demonstration Phase of the DIGGS project with an example of plotting gradation data using web-based tools.
February 16, 2016 Paul Daisey
Geotechnical & Structural Engineering Congress, 2016 Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Paul Daisey presents the Team Engine at the DIGGS meeting in Phoenix, Feb 16, 2016
February 16, 2016 Daniel Ponti
Geotechnical & Structural Engineering Congress, 2016 Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Dan Ponti describes the Atterberg Limit test as an example of a test in DIGGS XML format.