COMMUNITY NAVIGATOR. Team 38 ( CSE 442/542, Fall 2012, University at Buffalo) Balasubramanian,Pournima email@example.com Gaikwad,Ratna Ankush firstname.lastname@example.org Himank Chaudhary email@example.com Kathalkar,Pratik firstname.lastname@example.org
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Provide reliable information from multiple sources at one place.
Provide vital information about events and activities in our locality.
Visual representation of requested data on maps.
Provide categorized information regarding community needs of residents like :
schools, hospitals nearby
houses for sale / price
upcoming activities in the area
Location of Food joints
traffic patterns and many more…
Provide user reviews and rating on requested searches.
Current information available is- Vast, Scattered , Unreliable and Out of date
User’s are unable to get the desired information easily and quickly from reliable sources.
Lack of awareness of activities happening in the community.
Google Maps (https://maps.google.com), and Bing Maps (http://www.bing.com/maps/).
These are generalized solutions that do not capture any specific or localized details of a community.
http://buffalo.craigslist.org: This site provides community information related to items for sale, discussion forums, activities, housing etc. The map used to show location based information is quite static and lacks dynamic information like traffic details, directions to destinations and ratings or reviews to the local businesses.Another available solution is through the buffalo news:
TRAIT REALIZATION SYSTEM:
Community Navigator: User Login Interface