The conference season is starting up again after the summer hiatus, and Team OpenPlans will be hitting the road throughout September. Come see us at one of the following gatherings –
TransportationCamp DC is getting closer. If you’re in the DC area, or coming to the TRB Annual Meeting, make sure you spend Saturday January 11th with 300 of the best thinkers and doers from the world of transportation and technology.
Join us at the third PlanningCamp, in Philadelphia on Saturday February 1st, 2014
From crowd-sourcing maternity care info to creating simple air-quality testing toolkits, the Knight News Challenge has some incredible ideas about how to improve health (including an awesome pitch to use human-sized bar-graphs to help visualize data). Lots of great stuff to choose from, here are OpenPlans’ top picks. Picking Using Design and the Web to Improve Read more…
We’re proud to announce that OpenGeo has spun out from OpenPlans to form its own independent company.
Aaron Ogle presenting our Leaflet-based mapp apps at the Geo NYC April Meetup.
Celebrating our Bus Time team.
The newest advancement in SimCity is the use of GlassBox, a tool that ties effects and animation to simulation rules… [the] OpenPlans [team] crowd-sourced its decisions and went for a green town with happy and wealthy residents. via Untapped NY 3/20/13
On Friday, Andy sat down to rethink Shareabouts for Street View, our open source visual commenting tool.
Like many of our peers, we’ve been spending the last few days reading and commenting on entries to the Knight News Challenge, an amazing selection of civic technology projects. Here are a few of our “staff picks”. Enjoy.