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Submitted by Ceall O'Dunlaing (ceall.com) last modified Thu, 22 Mar 2012 11:38:06 GMT.
This was an app I had envisaged would help drivers with accessability difficulties plan their route in the greater Dublin area. It was devloped using phonegap which enables simultaneous deployment in multiple platforms.
Submitted by Liam Cantwell, Paul Holthues, James Cantwell last modified Thu, 22 Mar 2012 11:38:20 GMT.
The idea behind the explorefingal app was to build a game that would encourage people to visit local places of interest. When starting a new game the player selects the categories they are interested in visiting.
Submitted by Ceall O'Dunlaing (ceall.com) last modified Thu, 22 Mar 2012 13:49:59 GMT.
Submitted by David McNamara last modified Thu, 22 Mar 2012 11:39:37 GMT.
It is common for families to take a day trip on the weekend to local attractions such as beaches, parks, castles and other amenities. This can, however, be a stressful time for the parents, due to having to organise the children, lunches, equipment, etc. A further headache is having to organise driving directions for the day, especially if the trip is to a new location.
Submitted by Michael Brophy last modified Thu, 22 Mar 2012 11:39:53 GMT.
Fingal Fact Finder is an Android App. It uses many of the data sets available which hold information about facilities in Fingal. All the data set that had the required information (essentially latitude and longitude) have been utilised.
Submitted by Ricky Jacob last modified Thu, 22 Mar 2012 11:41:31 GMT.
FingalGeoWand is an android OS based app. It uses only open data. The main datasets are from OpenStreetMap and the Fingal Open datasets (beaches, art centers, cinema, disabled parking).
Submitted by John Pryor, Stefano Molle, Gavin Lockhart, Thomas McCann
last modified Thu, 22 Mar 2012 11:42:19 GMT.
Fingal Parking Buddy is an app which will help residents to locate their nearest parking spots based on their gps coordinates.
Submitted by David Gillen last modified Thu, 22 Mar 2012 11:43:07 GMT.
My aim was to take multiple data sets, which included geo-coordinates, and make them available in a simple accessible manner using the Google Maps API, with which many internet users are already familiar.
Submitted by Michael Brophy last modified Thu, 22 Mar 2012 11:49:49 GMT.
The App holds a number of the datasets that would be of interest tp tourist. The user can select the category of information they are interested in and then either show these on a map (all or nearest) or view the locations in a list. A tap on an entry in the list brings the user to the map screen. A 'long press' on a item open a context menu, which allows the user to call the location (if a phone number was available in the data set), open the locations web site (if available) or open the map.
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Submitted by Anthony Nolan last modified Thu, 22 Mar 2012 11:43:27 GMT.
The application allows people to view the latest images from the Fingal traffic cameras. A set of cameras can be marked as favourites so that the user can return to them more conveniently in the future. Garda Safety Zones are illustrated on a map. A live feed of Twitter comments on Dublin Traffic overall is also provided. Users can use the app to find a train station in Fingal, or to locate disabled or able bodied parking.