Ecobot empowers the AEC and environmental industry to better serve their clients by reducing the time and expenses required to complete environmental regulatory reporting.
Ecobot is the only cloud-based platform that provides true efficiency, accuracy, and reliability to wetland scientists. Complete US Army Corps of Engineers wetland delineations 2X as fast.
Efficient. Geospatially-smart. Automated Calculations. Works offline. Ridiculously easy to use.
Environmental consultants are plagued by busy work as they make decisions that inform land use. Ecobot eliminates complexity and enables greater scientific accuracy. Unlike paper field notes, desktop software or other apps, Ecobot helps our customers spend more time being scientists, and the companies they work for be more profitable.
Key features include:
Works 100% offline - internet required only to sign-in; to send data to the cloud
Projects customized by USACE region
Automated vegetation 50/20 dominance calculations
Automated vegetation worksheet calculations
Auto-sorts vegetation by % cover
Built-in hydrology and Soil indicator reference text and imagery
Instant cloud-based USACE PDF generation
Amazon AWS Cloud for security, speed, and stability
Esri integration; Create wetland polygons inside of Ecobot
Ecobot customers can sign in, view reference information, enter data, run calculations, and connect to the Ecobot cloud services to generate USACE PDF reports.
Ecobot is an Esri Emerging Business Partner.
Regional Restrictions: USA
Complete projects in half the time.
Leave your reference guides behind.
Instant, accurate USACE PDFs.
Intuitive. Nothing new to learn.
Esri Collector for ArcGIS
Ecobot supports team usage and collaboration.
Yes, Esri. Trimble, EOS, Juniper and SXBlue GNSS Hardware.
Customer support and product training is included in a subscription at no additional cost.
US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Wetland Delineations / Wetland Determinations
Wetland scientists at AEC (architectural, engineering construction) and natural resources consulting firms, counties, state and federal DOT, the mitigation banking industry, and utility and oil and gas companies.