The Gills Creek Watershed Association (GCWA; Columbia, S.C.) launched iRanger, a pilot project that enables smartphone users to photograph clogged storm drains, sewer-line breaks, illicit dumping, and other issues. MotionX-GPS technology pinpoints the exact location of the problem. Then, users can add a description of the problem and send it directly to GCWA or the Richland County Conservation Commission (RCCC). This project was funded by the RCCC and an AT&T Foundation grant. Read more.
July 2, 2014
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