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Applications - Using The Data

One of the benefits of open data is the re-use of the data in software applications which can be useful to citizens, businesses and/or visitors.

The following applications have been identified to us as having used the city's open data. We do not necessarily endorse the applications but rather wish to create awareness of their existence and we encourage you to explore and enjoy them.

If you're aware of other applications using our data or have comments on the ones identified here, please let us know.

Applications gallery

Applications will be listed as they become available.

Pingstreet

Pingstreet is a mobile application available on Blackberry OS 7 and Blackberry 10 devices.

This is a location-based discovery tool that provides you with real-time access to garbage and recycling calendars, current events, local government info, social media and more.

Report a problem and improve your neighbourhood, connect with your community through Twitter and Facebook feeds, and stay up to date on the latest news and events.

PingStreet has the information you need, from sources you trust.

 

 

 

 

 

Waterloo Parks Finder

 

Waterloo Parks Finder is an application that can be used through your web browser.

The application allows you to search for parks in the City of Waterloo. Citizens can search by park name, type of park and type of facilities to find their parks of interest.

Clicking on the park symbol will provide summary information on the park.

Application was developed by Nik Garkusha of Open Halton community group using Open Data Waterloo data.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Public Art Waterloo

 

 

Public Art Waterloo is an application that can be used through your web browser.

The application allows you to search for public art in the City of Waterloo, get information about the art, to view its location and a street level view.

If you allow the application to know your location, it can provide Public Art locations nearby as well as driving directions to the site.

Application was developed by Nik Garkusha of OpenHalton community group using Open Data Waterloo data.