Haber Detayı
18 Aralık 2019 - Çarşamba 00:44 Bu haber 13173 kez okundu
 
New crowdsourcing initiative open new opportunities for Moscow citizens
The E-Home crowdsourcing initiative, which calls on citizens to make suggestions on how apartment living can be managed by residents by means of digital technologies, is implementing three hundred and forty-two ideas across Moscow based on citizens’ recommendations received.
Akıllı Şehir Haberi
New crowdsourcing initiative open new opportunities for Moscow citizens

Thanks to the crowdsourcing service, Moscow citizens are now able to directly participate in the improvement of their city, helping to make urban life both more convenient and comfortable. The projects to be implemented under the initiative are those which received the most support from participants.

 

More than 11,000 people took part in the E-Home project, and more than 2,000 suggestions were received across several categories including «App and site functionality» and «Residents’ directory» (Apartment Living, The Home, The Yard).

 

Through the E-Home Project, communication between tenants and property management will be facilitated. Today it enables  participants to conduct and complete surveys and legal owners’ meetings online and to share and receive critical updates with one another via SMS or email.

 

"Shared public and residential spaces have a significant impact on the quality of life. It is important that citizens experience comfort in their homes, that communal lights function properly, that courtyards and gardens be kept clean and tidy. As such it is essential that residents are able to communicate directly with those charged with the management of their homes. Due to the number of people involved, however, this is no easy task. The E-Home works to unite all stakeholders on one platform, helping to facilitate coordination among them, as well as directly with the city. And, arguably, the most significant feature of the platform is the fact that it has been designed based on citizen feedback", said Eduard Lysenko, Minister of the Government of Moscow, Head of the Department of Information Technologies of Moscow.

For reference:

The Department of Information Technologies of Moscow (DIT) has been rapidly developing and actively growing for the past 5 years. During these years we have created over a thousand systems and services and we are pursuing the target of launching around 300 new projects annually. Today, we are proud of having digitalized over 166 state services, this is obviously more than any other region of Russia. Moreover, within the last years we have created an outstanding number of 178 portals, including the official Mayor and Government of Moscow web-site "mos.ru". Our systems cover over 60 industries and penetrate into each aspect of

Moscow citizens' everyday lives, our products and services include:

•        Electronic queue for Civil registry office;

•        Arrangement of remote medical appointments;

•        Personal electronic medical records;

•        Children assignment to kindergardens/schools/extracurricular activities;

•        Providing schools with cutting edge technological equipment;

•        Obtaining references, enquiries and services remotely;

•        Numerous projects in housing and public amenities, starting from telemetrics and

•        Energetics to the possibility of submitting water usage information.

Thanks to the participation of more than 194,000 people, 20 crowdsourcing projects have been implemented over a four year period. Almost 100,000 suggestions were received in total, with 3,500 of them selected for further development.

Kaynak: () - Akıllı Binam Editör: Haber Merkezi
Etiketler: New, crowdsourcing, initiative, open, new, opportunities, for, Moscow, citizens,
Yorumlar
Haber Yazılımı Yandex.Metrica