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Two smart phone apps that need to be built now to help police and local government.
Posted on May 7, 2012 by lawrence serewicz
Over the weekend, I have considered two applications that are needed to help police and local planners. In the age of social media, I am not sure why these do not already exist. The first is about accident investigations. The … Continue reading →
Posted in innovation, knowledge worker, local government | Tagged accident investigators, cars, Global Positioning System, GPS, gps signals, Open University, Planning permission, Police, SMS, social media, technology, transportation | 2 Comments