The Town is continuing to focus on service delivery improvements through the use of technology, with the launch of new tools such as the Oakville mobile app, to keep residents connected anytime, anywhere.
The Texas Public Policy Foundation’s (TPPF) Fueling Freedom Project rolled out its first mobile app to allow iPhone and Android users to follow up-to-the-minute developments in climate and energy policy. The app brings nine specific portals to mobile users, including feeds for global satellite temperature reports, climate policy news, and relevant social media links, among others.
Ottawa, Canada, June 27, 2016 (Newswire.com) – Purple Forge has updated both the Apple and Android version of the Official Canada Day mobile application. The app includes all the major Canada Day celebration schedules across Canada, a postcard feature to create and share the joy and happiness that is Canada Day, and other useful stuff […]
Doud noted that cities must now incorporate three pillars — social media, mobile analytics and cloud computing technology or SMAC — to remain innovative. These technologies impact government efficiency, services and capabilities and improving quality of life services for constituents.
Cities are complicated machines and they don’t come with an operator’s manual. Citizens with specific, sometimes arcane questions about city services often find themselves in a maze of 1-800 numbers or poorly organized websites.
Purple Forge is using IBM’s Watson super-computer to create AI research assistants to help residents navigate their municipal infrastructure.