Kartotrak, the integrated software solution for contamination characterization
Kartotrak is the first all-in-one software solution designed for an efficient characterization of soil contamination. It has been conceived for all those in charge of environmental site assessment or remediation who need to locate and estimate contaminated soil volumes confidently. Kartotrak offers an integrated workflow that streamlines the characterization process and can be used at any step of a remediation project: during the scoping and the characterization phase or after remediation to verify site compliance with cleanup regulatory rules.
A light version of Kartotrak, Kartotrak.one, is available for those who only need data QC and rapid contamination mapping functionalities.
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IMPROVE YOUR CONCEPTUAL SITE MODEL
Because you need to be confident with data quality in order to produce reliable results, Kartotrak offers high-value exploratory data analysis tools for an in-depth quality control. Its integrated Geographical Information System and 3D Viewer help you improve your contamination knowledge and identify key uncertain areas.
SAVE TIME AND GAIN PRODUCTIVITY
Kartotrak is very easy to handle and its workflow guides you through each step of your project, simplifying software manipulation. Once parametrized, you can repeat the whole Kartotrak workflow in just a few clicks. You can implement Kartotrak on-site for real-time data acquisition or at the office for in-depth analysis including risk management studies and setup of excavation plans.
OPTIMIZE CHARACTERIZATION AND REMEDIATION COSTS
Kartotrak provides efficient tools for sampling optimization and risk assessment, enabling you to better anticipate hazards during remediation and consequently to better estimate the project costs. You can control key uncertainties related to contaminated volumes or pollutant masses and identify areas that are either sub-sampled or with an increased heterogeneity.
IMPROVE YOUR DECISION-MAKING PROCESS
Kartotrak 2D/3D mapping functionalities allow you assessing efficiently the soil compatibility with the site’s future use or its surrounding environment. Kartotrak facilitates communication between stakeholders thanks to its 2D/3D visualization components, therefore providing you with strong basis to your decision process.
"Many thanks for your kind and informative lecture during online training. It was a very good chance for us to understand and apply geostatistics for contamination characterization. I hope to continue cooperation with Geovariances."
"In the final dismantling stage of Zorita nuclear plant, Geostatistics and Kartotrak take an important relevance in the project inside the Site Release process."
DMR A/S (Danish Environmental Consulting) states that Kartotrak has unique qualities when it comes to ease of use, geostatistical power and visualization capabilities in both 2D and 3D
Kartotrak permet de réaliser rapidement l’analyse des données de pollution et de générer des visualisations graphiques et rendus professionnels. Le logiciel améliore la compréhension du fonctionnement d’un site pollué et nous aide à dimensionner des solutions de gestion.
When using a "sniffing truck" with MIP probes to search for pollutions by volatile organic pollutants, thousands of data are collected. With Kartotrak, the management of all these data becomes a childlike simplicity and the graphical representations of results more relevant.
DISCOVER KARTOTRAK AT OUR UPCOMING EVENTS
Our expert in geostatistics applied to radiological characterization, Yvon Desnoyers, will take part in the Technical Meeting on Achieving...
Yvon Desnoyers will contribute to ENSTTI Decommissioning Safety course taking place in Paris from Nov. 25-29, 2019. He will talk about how...
Yvon Desnoyers will contribute to the ELINDER Specific Course in Metrology for Radioactive Waste Characterisation taking place in Ispra fr...
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Contributions of the CETAMA working group n°10 on sampling and radiological characterisation (poster) | Anne Courtadon et Danièle Roudil, CEA Marcoule; Yvon Desnoyers, Geovariances; Didier Dubot, CEA; Guy Granier, IRSN; Catherine Ollivier-Dehaye, EDF
Ramboll Data Management Methodology for Successful Geostatistical Analysis | Integrated Implementation of EQuIS and Kartotrak to Perform Pollution Characterization and to Design the Remediation of Industrial Sites
Geostatistical study to support sustainable remediation of a site with historical lead impact (poster) | Claire FAUCHEUX, Nicolas JEANNEE, Perrine MARTIN , Maarten CUYPERS, Annelies JACOBS
Geostatistical study supporting cost-effective remediation of a site with historical lead impact (presentation) | Maarten Cuypers, Annelies Jacobs, Perrine Martin Nicolas Jeannée, Claire Faucheux
Visualisation de résultats cartographiques sur une topographie – Exemple de Fukushima | Présenté à la réunion utilisateurs Kartotrak 2013 par Y. Desnoyers (Geovariances)
Cetama working group n°10 contributions on sampling and radio-logical characterisation (Technical article) | Anne Courtadon et Danièle Roudil, CEA Marcoule; Yvon Desnoyers, Geovariances; Didier Dubot, CEA; Guy Granier, IRSN; Catherine Ollivier-Dehaye, EDF
Prediction reliability of chemically contaminated volumes of soils. Feedback on 23 former industrial sites (RECORD study) and lessons learnt for radioactively contaminated sites | Hélène Demougeot-Renard, eOde; Yvon Desnoyers, Geovariances; Bénédicte Couffignal, RECORD
Optimizing flight-line distance for soil decontamination, application to contaminated Fukushima territories
Geostatistics Perspectives for Sampling Optimization During Radiological Characterization | Yvon Desnoyers
Geostatistics cost-benefit analyses for classification of waste during initial radiological characterization | Yvon Desnoyers