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Publish more. Work less. Introducing ZENTRA Cloud.
Webinar - February 5, 2019

Publish more. Work less. Introducing ZENTRA Cloud.

Up your research game

ZENTRA Cloud data management software works with the ZL6 data logger to maximize your research grants and increase your paper output by automating data collection, graphing and data sharing, eliminating unnecessary site visits, and reducing technician time. In this webinar, METER research scientist Dr. Colin Campbell discusses how ZENTRA Cloud simplifies the research process and why researchers can’t afford to live without it. Get a live tour of ZENTRA Cloud features such as:

  • Near-real-time visualization: Visualize your graphed data the hour it happens, and increase your ability to see important trending information, adjust hypotheses, or know exactly when it’s time to sample.
  • Data on demand: Access your data from wherever you are, whether you’re at a conference, a classroom, or behind your own desk.
  • Remote device management: ZENTRA Cloud reduces your workload by eliminating unnecessary field visits, reducing errors, and banishing data gaps.
  • Simplified sharing: Forget emailing stale spreadsheets. Simplified sharing of near-real-time data makes it easier for your collaborators to see exactly what you see.
  • And more

Want each of your grad students to write one more peer-reviewed paper? Now they can. With ZENTRA Cloud, you and your team can focus on data. Not distractions.

Register for the Live Event

Date: February 5, 2019 - 9:00am PST

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Presenter:

Dr. Colin Campbell has been a research scientist at METER for 18 years following his Ph.D. at Texas A&M University in Soil Physics.  He is currently serving as Vice President of Environment. He is also adjunct faculty with the Dept. of Crop and Soil Sciences at Washington State University where he co-teaches Environmental Biophysics, a class he took over from his father, Gaylon, nearly 25 years ago.  Dr. Campbell’s early research focused on field-scale measurements of CO2 and water vapor flux but has shifted toward moisture and heat flow instrumentation for the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum.

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