Datamark Provides NG 9-1-1 Support to Wisconsin County
Thursday, April 29, 2021 | Comments

Wood County, Wisconsin, selected Datamark, the public-safety geographic information system (GIS) team of Michael Baker International, to provide DATAMARK Address Comparison and Evaluation (ACE) services.

The ACE will compare a master address database to other sources containing address records and identify potentially missing address data. The resulting report will provide the highest level of public-safety GIS data completeness and accuracy needed to support Wood County’s next-generation 9-1-1 (NG 9-1-1) system.

“Having a complete and accurate address database is of the utmost importance in emergency situations and when gaps in data exist, it can delay or inhibit our first responders from providing critical services,” said Drew Fioranelli, business development manager at Datamark. “Our team of experts will work with Wood County to compile an all-inclusive address database to meet the data requirements for NG 9-1-1 and ensure accurate emergency response location data.”

As a part of the one-year contract, the Datamark team will work from a master address dataset and perform a comparative analysis to other data sources, which may include parcel or utility databases, waste management records and more. The team will verify addresses with highly accurate commercial location data.

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