Mark-a-Spot is an open-source, fully-responsive mobile and desktop platform for municipal government 311 service reporting, tracking and monitoring, civic-issue crowdmapping, and geolocation-based civic-engagement based on Drupal 9.
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Mark-a-Spot's flexibility makes it easy to deploy platforms in different scenarios. Do you want to learn more about the organisations who use the software in different scenarios?
Collect location-based ideas in your city's neighboorhoods, e.g places for bike racks and new transit stops.
Citizen collect datasets and publish them directly as Open Data via the built-in Open311 Server. Integrates seamlessly with existing 311 applications
Public civic-issue tracking: Citicens report infrastructural problems like potholes or downed trees
Participatory budgeting and resource-allocation: Let citizens discuss and vote on location-based proposals in an urban planning context.
Mark-a-Spot offers crowdsourcing, processing, publishing and visualizing information, even as open data via the built-in GeoReport v2 Server.
Device- and platform- independent app using HTML5 features like mobile GPS and WiFi geolocation.
User interface that's easy to use, update, customize and maintain, with no need for expensive enterprise solutions.
Mark-a-Spot has been used in NGO projects (World Bank Group for Maputo), city adminstrations like Munich and Cologne (Germany), civic society projects and newspapers (Süddeutsche Zeitung, Stavanger Aftenblad). For a full list of implementations and case studies, get in touch!