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 client retention 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 now offers support for Operations & Maintenance (O&M) tracking for onsite wastewater systems in it's FetchEH service. Regulators can now map onsite systems and track O&M events, including visualizing data, gaining insights and generating O&M reports and forecasts.
Amalgam completes county-wide parcel mapping project for Chippewa County, MI. The completed parcel fabric will provide Chippewa County with a strong foundation for leveraging GIS to enhance land information workflows and improve access parcel information.
Amalgam to provide FetchEH service to the Williams County Health District, OH. The FetchEH service will help staff develop a digital, location-based inventory of onsite wastewater systems, gain new insights about the inventory and manage Operations and Maintenance tasks.
Amalgam to provide FetchEH service to the Calhoun County Public Health Department, MI. The FetchEH service enables the development of a digital, location-based inventory of onsite wastewater systems that can be used to improve management and gain new insights about septic system inventories.
Amalgam recently completed a cemetery mapping project for Jerome Township in Midland County. Cemetery plots were mapped using paper maps, digital descriptions and input from the Sexton. The new cemetery plot data will be used to help manage the inventory and will eventually be used with BS&A to provide additional functionality.
The American Chemical Society (ACS), Midland Section, will use FetchGIS for a project that engages students to collect water quality data in the Great Lakes Region. The project, Water Chemistry in the Great Lakes Region, engages Middle School Classrooms in crowd sourcing water quality testing and data collection. Students will learn about large scale data collection in the science community and draw conclusions about their findings. FetchGIS will be used by students to enter and visualize water quality data. The results of the project will be presented at the 2019 Central Regional Meeting (CERM) of the ACS in Midland, Michigan.
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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 35 FetchGIS services across communities, industry, retail, tourism, non-profits and IoT.
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