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QR Codes and the Ushahidi Platform
QR Codes and the Ushahidi Platform
QR Codes and the Ushahidi Platform
QR Codes and the Ushahidi Platform
QR Codes and the Ushahidi Platform
QR Codes and the Ushahidi Platform
QR Codes and the Ushahidi Platform
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QR Codes and the Ushahidi Platform

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Presented at Com.Geo by Jon Gosier May 23, 2011

Presented at Com.Geo by Jon Gosier May 23, 2011

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  • We've been investigating these 'out-of-loop' uses for QR codes for quite some time in our QR code platform, QR.io. QR codes are powerful and, like the slideshow says, smartphones are nearly ubiquitous at this point.
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  • 1. QR CODES IN CRISIS EVENTS Marking-Up Objects and Locations in Disaster Scenarios Presented by Jon Gosier @jongos @swiftriver
  • 2. Quick Response for First ResponseEasy to integrate into a well-coordinated crowd-sourcing projectQuick and effective way to augment participant experienceEfficient
  • 3. AssumptionsAssumption #1 - Smart devices are available and in use.Assumption #2 - Data connectivity is available to smart devices.Assumption #3 - A printing device is available and portable.Assumption #4 - Security is not a concern.
  • 4. Potential UsesMethod #1 - Instructions, messages, or media can be coupledwith objectsMethod #2 - Triggers a remote process (API call)Method #3 - Triggers a process on the device itself
  • 5. Potential UsesMethod #4 - Carry information about the device itselfMethod #5 - Authentication. Code can serve as an identificationmeasureMethod #6 - Logistics/Resource Allotment
  • 6. QR CODES IN CRISIS EVENTS Marking-Up Objects and Locations in Disaster Scenarios Presented by Jon Gosier @jongos @swiftriver

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