Some of the concreate next steps outlined in their road map include:
- Connecting high needs individuals to the internet
- Increasing broadband internet options and adoption
- Wi-fi in more public spaces
- Develop nyc Platform, an Open Government framework featuring APIs for City data.
- Launch a central hub for engaging and cultivating feedback from the developer community
- Introduce visualization tools that make data more accessible to the public
- Expand 311 Online through smartphone apps, Twitter and live chat
- Launch a Foursquare badge that encourages use of New York City’s free public places
- Integrate crowdsourcing tools for emergency situations
- IIntroduce digital Citizen Toolkits for engaging with New York City government online
- Introduce smart, a team of the City’s social media leaders
- What if we lived in a county where anyone of any age could have access to apps, places, services and products to be physically active and make better food choices at home, shopping and dining out?
- What if our family and health care providers could have access to our up-to-date medical records from whwere ever they are – provided we gave them permission of course?
- What if people could live longer in their homes because the technology was in place to monitor their needs and safety and connect them to caregivers, loved ones and their passions?
Contact us with your ideas and interests.