CIT2ADM For Pedestrians

Basic Information

Language

English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish

Latest update

Price

Free

Application time

Days

Assistance required

No

Tool type

Mobile app


Application area

  • Dissemination and communication

Target Audience

  • Small cities
  • Medium-sized cities
  • Large cities
  • Metropolitan regions

Summary

“CIT2ADM for Pedestrians” is a mobile cloud application available on Android mobile phone, pointing out issues and problems met by any pedestrian during its travels in the public place. This collaborative solution allows the pedestrians to indicate, in real time and directly to the municipality, the dysfunctions on public road networks (pothole, collection of waste, urban lighting, absence of sidewalks ..), of signaling (missing panel ..), of car park (car park on sidewalks ..) or moreover potential danger (abandoned object, ice, fall of object ..) and to express possible improvements to the administrators of public road networks, to the municipalities.

By sending a geolocation-based photo, every pedestrian shares automatically the problem noticed on the road with his neighborhood and the concerned municipal technical department which, having this application, can schedule an adapted intervention. The pedestrian will benefit from a follow-up and will be informed about the processing of the anomaly, at the same time as all the users.

We are proud to offer - free of charge - access to the first 1000 beta-users of our Android version, available worldwide in several languages (English, French, Spanish and soon adding German, Portuguese and Italian). 

"CIT2ADM for Municipalities", intended exclusively for municipalities, supplies an interface allowing the municipal team to manage in real time all the issues raised by the pedestrians via the application "CIT2ADM for Pedestrians" and to handle them.

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