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Presentation given to the Utah Product Management discussing potential ideas for mobile applications to serve Utah Citizens

Presentation given to the Utah Product Management discussing potential ideas for mobile applications to serve Utah Citizens

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  • 1. Going Mobile Utah Digital Government Utah Product Management Council January 2009
  • 2. 2009 Mobile Application Strategy
    • Understand Trends and Utilization
    • Evaluate Platforms
    • Identify Potential Apps and Services (work with agencies)
    • Determine Value
    • Enhance Skills and Abilities
    • Develop Initial Applications
    • Evaluate Progress
  • 3. Trends in Mobile Technology
    • environmentally friendly electronics
    • wireless gadgets that can be used in more places
    • expanded access to the Internet
    • newer ways for people to interact with their devices, including voice commands and gestures
    Source: LA Times
  • 4. Trends in Mobile Services
    • iPhone accounts for 1.5 million of Pandora’s 17 million users – over 40,000 new users a day
    • strongest growth of iPhone users occurs among those earning less than the “median household income”–that is, between $25,000 and $50,000
  • 5. 10 Most Popular Handsets
    • Blackberry Curve
    • Apple iPhone
    • Blackberry Storm
    • LG Dare
    • Blackberry Bold
    • LG Voyager
    • HTC TouchPro
    • LG Env2
    • Samsung Behold
    • Samsung Instinct
    data from November 2008
    • NPD Survey of Top-Selling Phones
    • iPhone 3G
    • RAZR V3 (all models)
    • BlackBerry Curve (all models)
    • LG Rumor
    • LG enV2
  • 6. The iPhone is:
    • A level
    • A flashlight
    • A stethoscope
    • A compass
    • A map
    • A database
    • A planner
    • An Ocarina
    • A radio
    • A seismograph
    • A camera
    • A harmonica
    • Network test device
    • An encyclopedia
    • A weather station
    • A library
    • An egovernment platform
  • 7. Platforms: Increasingly Smarter
    • iPhone
    • Palm Pre
    • Google Android
    • Blackberry
  • 8. Utah Alerts
    • Make users aware of events and issues as they happen
    • Homeland Security
    • Amber
    • Traffic
  • 9. Ideas for Mobile Apps 2009
    • Hunting and Fishing Guides
    • Economy
    • Legal Documents
    • Utah Drivers Manual
    • Tax Guides
    • Policy Manuals
    • Utah Geology
    Utah Mobile Library
  • 10. Ideas for Mobile Apps 2009
    • Utah News
    • Transportation
    • Jobs
    • Health
    • Discover
    • Recreation
    Utah Citizen
  • 11. Potential Mobile Apps
    • Employ
    • Commerce
    • Regulation
    • FirmFind
    • Economy
    Utah Business
  • 12. Utah Legal
    • Administrative Rules
    • Executive Orders
    • Statutes
    • Legislation
    • Services
    • US Documents
    • Archives
  • 13. Your Community
    • Local Officials
    • Personal and Family Readiness
    • My School
    • Voting
    • Government Locator
    • Business Locator
    • Parks and Rec
  • 14. Summary and Recommendations
    • Commuterlink is an excellent example of what is possible.
    • Utah citizens will use these services as we make them available.
    • We need to coordinate services cross-agency to make them most useful to our citizens and businesses.
    Mobile Services today are what the internet was in the Nineties. Opportunities abound. Growth is steady and will continue to climb. Innovation is everywhere.