Location. It is who we are, what we do and we take great pride in helping organizations get more from their location data and services. As a result, Amalgam continues to grow as a direct result of providing clients with successful solutions and and their strong referrals. We provide location services to a diverse client base and serve a growing number of use cases and technology applications.
Amalgam is pleased to announce it has completed mapping NG911 Structure Addresses for the Gratiot County GIS Authority. The address mapping was conducted by driving roads in the county to visually verify, map and collect address data for each structure.
Amalgam has completed 17 NG911 projects, including mapping structure addresses for five counties. To learn more about our NG911 services get in touch.
Amalgam is pleased to announce that it will be working with the Bay County Health Department to implement the first FetchGIS Public Health service. The new service, Fetch Public Health (PH) will enable Health Departments to manage sensitive location based health data, such as overdose incidents, in a HIPAA compliant environment. Similar to other FetchGIS services, FetchPH will offer mapping, data collection, visualization and insights tools.
To learn more about the new FetchPH service and the Bay County project, contact us.
Amalgam will be implementing a FetchGIS service for Marquette County. The Marquette County FetchGIS service will provide access to County GIS data and land information using a Fee Access service. Check back here for updates on the official launch date.
Amalgam to work with the Bay County Health Department to develop a digital, location based onsite wastewater inventory. The project, Kawkawlin River Watershed Mapping and Education Outreach, is a grant funded effort to map all septic systems in the Kawkawlin River Watershed and conduct educational outreach.
Amalgam's role in the project is to map septic systems and input information about each system in FetchEH. The resulting data will be used to gain new insights about septic systems in the watershed, develop new management tools and improve awareness of septic systems and their potential impact to the watershed.
To learn more about the project follow the link here
Amalgam has grown from a home office in 2005 to support a diverse client base, talented new staff and space to grow.
Amalgam manages more than 50 FetchGIS services across communities, industry, business and non-profit.
FetchGIS can be used to map features and collect data in the office or in the field
FetchEH helps regulators map onsite wastewater systems, track operations and maintenance and gain new insights
Providing a complete range of geospatial services used by government, industry, business and non-profit organizations