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Project Moses is a web application built on the HTML5/CSS/JS framework. The program uses SFPD Crime Reports through a Socrata database and displays them on a map with the Google Maps Javascript API. From there, Project Moses reroutes directions between destinations by avoiding recent criminal activity, providing the safest, not fastest, route.

Still in further development to provide larger datasets in user-specified time periods, as well as the visualisation of different types of crimes.
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Third Place Winner!
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Hack for Change Hackathon for
National Day of Civic Hacking at
San Francisco State University
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Project Moses - Civic Hacking Challenge at SFSU - 3rd Place Winner! Project Moses - Civic Hacking Challenge at SFSU - 3rd Place Winner! Presentation Transcript

  • Project Moses SAN FRANCISCO DAY OF CIVIC HACKING AT SFSTATE JUNE 1, 2014
  • Jason Almeida is a Computer & Information Science student at THE Ohio State University. His addiction to reading news can only be matched by his addiction to orange juice. Jason Almeida MIDDLE-END DEVELOPER Project Moses Kyaw recently graduated from SFSU with a B.S. in Computer Engineering. His interests include developing web and mobile applications. He recently published three Android apps in the Google Play Store. Kyaw Cho BACK-END DEVELOPER Aaron is a student studying Computer Science & Economics at Fordham University. When he is not making instruments out of fruits he pursues his life goal of finding the world’s best taco truck. Aaron DeVera FRONT-END DEVELOPER Bena is working towards her Masters in Human Computer Interaction at Iowa State and studying front-end web production at CCSF. This summer she’ll be backpacking through Central and South America. Bena Li UI/UX DESIGNER
  • • To help citizens stay more vigilant of their surroundings as they are walking through through their neighborhood • Based on SFPD’s monthly report, this program calculates the safest route to walk to your destination • Socrata’s JSON data from the SFPD incidence report is parsed through AJAX to create weigh points • Shows all possible routes to your destination so areas where crime has recently occurred can be avoided Project Description !
  • • Javascript web app using Geocode Services, Directions Services, and Traffic layers • HTML5/CSS/JS web framework • Data provided by San Francisco Police Department Incidents Report with the support of Socrata Technologies Used
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  • • Allow for user submissions of crime reports • Community members know their neighborhood best • Highlight the safest route • Spin-off ideas • Safest places to park your car Next Steps ! ! !
  • Thank you SAN FRANCISCO DAY OF CIVIC HACKING AT SFSTATE