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The story of how NDSU Extension and Myriad Devices partnered to develop two mobile applications: Disaster Recovery Log (Android), which aids users in documenting their disaster losses, and a new …

The story of how NDSU Extension and Myriad Devices partnered to develop two mobile applications: Disaster Recovery Log (Android), which aids users in documenting their disaster losses, and a new winter storm emergency app (Android and iOS) that helps users survive being stranded in a winter storm.

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  • 1. Developing Mobile Apps for Disaster Education Bob Bertsch, NDSU Extension Service Jake Joraanstad, Myriad Devices www.ag.ndsu.edu/extension/apps www.myriaddevices.com www.aceweb.org
  • 2. Download DRL for Androidhttp://www.ag.ndsu.edu/extension/apps
  • 3. Download H2O -Helping to Organize http://www.myriaddevices.com for Android
  • 4. (Pictured: "Sparks", Christian Lang, available under a CreativeCommons Attribution-NonCommericial-ShareAlike 2.0 license)
  • 5. (Pictured: "Please Pay Here 3-14-09 19",Steven Depolo, available under a CreativeCommons Attribution 2.0 license)
  • 6. Pictured: North Dakota flooding, The National Guard, available under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 licensePictured: ND National Guard Flood Response, Dave Haasser, available under aCreative Commons Attribution 2.0 license
  • 7. Winter Storm App (Coming Soon) http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/extension/apps
  • 8. Pictured: Texting, Joi Ito, available under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 license“Just because people may be able to view your PC Website with a mobile device...doesn’t mean it is a pleasant or fulfilling experience.” - MobileThinking.com
  • 9. “By 2016, application-to-person (A2P) messaging willovertake person-to-person (texting) messaging, beingworth more than US $70 billion.” - Juniper Research “By the end of 2011, there will be over one billion mobile broadband users in the world. Over 60% of North America will have mobile broadband access before the year is out. Now is the time for brands to fully embrace mobile marketing, or they risk becoming obsolete. Mobile isn’t coming. It’s here.” Paul Bourdeaux , Sundog Interactive Marketing
  • 10. Developing Mobile Apps for Disaster Education Bob Bertsch, NDSU Extension Service Jake Joraanstad, Myriad Devices www.ag.ndsu.edu/extension/apps www.myriaddevices.com www.aceweb.org