March 28, 2015
Mecosta County, MI parcel conversion completed
Amalgam has completed parcel conversion and
mapping for Mecossta County. The project resulted in AutoCAD parcels being converted into
GIS. The parcel data will provide a foundation for continued GIS in Mecosta County and will
be integrated with the Mecosta County Fetch GIS service, which will soon be live.
March 15, 2015
Midland County, MI Fetch Mobile Launched
Amalgam's Fetch Mobile 2.0 is
now available in Midland County. Fetch Mobile 2.0 provides access land informaiton and
maps on any device, and no longer requires downloading an app from Google Play or the App Store.
To access the Midland County Fetch Mobile service visit the link below.
Midland County Fetch Mobile
March 9, 2015
Tuscola County, MI Fetch GIS Live!
The Tuscola County Fetch GIS service has been
officially launched. The service currently provides access to the map viewer and
land information using a free trial. Tuscola County will transition the service to
a Fee service in the coming months and continue to add parcels to the map viewer
as they are completed.
Tuscola County Fetch GIS
February 23, 2015
Sanilac County, MI Fetch GIS Live!
The Sanilac County Fetch GIS service has been
officially launched. The service currently provides access to land information using a
fee service. At this time the map service does not include parcels, but does provide
access to aerial photography and base layers such as transportation, political jurisdictions
Sanilac County Fetch GIS
February 20, 2015
Tuscola County, MI to have Amalgam Assist in Mapping
Tuscola County has contracted with Amalgam to provide
parcel mapping support for the county's existing mapping project. Tuscola County has initiated a county
wide parcel mapping effort with mapping being conducted and
managed internally. As funds become available the county will work with Amalgam to complete addtional
mapping and expedite the completion of a county wide parcel
February 10, 2015
Amalgam to launch Fetch Mobile 2.0
Amalgam is working with several Michigan
local governments on an updated Fetch Mobile service. Fetch Mobile 2.0 will be a mobile
web application and offer users access to GIS layers presented in a map viewer and land information. The
new release is expected in Q1 2015 in select counties. For more information feel free to contact us.
January 19, 2015
St. Joseph County, MI to build Fetch GIS Service
St. Joseph County
will work with Amalgam to launch a Fetch GIS Web Service. The service will provide access to
land information and GIS layers managed by St. Joseph County. Fetch GIS offers users powerful
discovery tools that make it simple to explore GIS data and related land information.