The recent technology trends of crowd-sourcing/sensing and location-based social networking have reignited citizen engagement, opening new perspectives for cost-effective ways of making local communities and cities more sustainable. This project will develop optimal strategies for citizen involvement in monitoring urban space, reporting issues and improving accountability of a city’s response by increasing the usability of multimedia data collection through automated context recognition and optimally designing crowd-sensing campaigns in location-based social networks.
ACTIVATE is a public-private pilot initiative to support rural, low-income agricultural workers by providing access to internet and telehealth services.
“Lighthouse for Older Adults,” a CITRIS and University of California Initiative, Brings Technology-Enabled Health and Well-Being to Low-Income California Seniors During COVID Crisis The program […]
Drought, climate change, an aging infrastructure and growing population threaten the water California’s San Joaquin Valley uses to supply most of the nation’s produce and […]