City of Surrey Citizen Engagement Mobile App

City of Surrey

Citizen Engagement Mobile App

The City of Surrey has deployed 14 Oranges’ Info Grove self-managed mobile app service to engage with residents and visitors of Surrey. Info Grove allows Surrey staff members to independently add and update content with the simple to use backend management system. Further, government officials will now be able to relay information about events, news, emergencies, and more using their citizen engagement app. The City of Surrey is not alone when it comes to municipal mobile apps for engagement as this has become an increasing trend across North America.

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University of British Columbia

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University of British Columbia

Scavenger Hunt, Geo-caching

UBC’s Department of Forestry has made use of the Questogo mobile application to train forestry students in the identification and evaluation of trees as part of their practical laboratory work.  Questogo was developed by the custom mobile application services team at 14 Oranges, and allows the department’s instructors to create scavenger hunts that challenge students to search, evaluate and answer questions on the trees and wildlife in their laboratory environment.  The app is open to the public, and can be combined with technologies such as Beacon’s to apply to a wide-range of environments, including museums, festivals and parks.

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IPTV Video on Demand Mobile Applications

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IPTV Video on Demand Mobile Applications

Custom mobile applications for DVR management

14 Oranges developed the mobile video management and video on demand apps for ARRIS, the world’s largest provider of cable set top box solutions. The goal was to develop an intuitive, easy to understand user interface that would be used for managing video recordings on the set top box, and support playback of both recorded shows and streaming videos on the device.  Our apps were branded and deployed to several major North American cable carriers.

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British Columbia Safety Authority

British Columbia Safety Authority

Mobile application service for mobile workforce management

The British Columbia Safety Authority employs the 14 Oranges’ Metro Grove mobile workforce management service to deliver a customized set of mobile forms to their field inspectors. The mobile application we delivered supports both offline and online data collection, with built-in data validation capabilities, improving the inspector’s on-site performance and reducing the need for return visits. With this deployment, BCSA has increased the number of inspections that their field inspectors can perform in a single day.

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City of Richmond

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City of Richmond

Mobile-First Inspection Management

City of Richmond has made use of 14 Oranges’ Metro Grove mobile-first field worker management service to enhance building inspector efficiency.  Metro Grove has allowed the City of Richmond to consolidate and replace their in-field access and data collection processes into a single application, decreasing department costs and increasing efficiency. In turn, contractors and trades can see inspection results almost instantly, which showcases the City of Richmond’s commitment to being one of the most business-friendly governments in the lower mainland.

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