ADR app Submission


Complete name   ADR app
Submitter's Info   ST(SI)² (the French police IT service)
Project information  

The goal of this project is to provide to anyone the capability to identify dangerous transports. It embeds a small DB to identify products using symbols and codes displayed on trucks.

Description of the project and its goals  

Simple app without backend that embeds its database. Will be distributed using stores. Automatic updates of both app and DB.

Web site   Will be the OW2 project dashboard.
Targeted audience  

Police forces and general public.

Supporting team  

App is developed and maintained by ST(SI)²

Business model / Strategy  

Open-source, no business foreseen. The goal is simply to make this app generally available.

User community  

None for now but a large user base is foreseen.

Internationalization  

Application is currently is French as a first step. Translation will be provided depending on international interest for the application.

Roadmap  

Project is ready and fully functional, feature expansion will depend on user feedback and requirements. 

Hosting  

Source code is internally hosted for now, will be hosted on OW2 if project accepted. Downloads will probably be mostly done via Google PlayStore but we plan to host an Fdroïd store on pages generated with GitLab-CI (atr.ow2.io).

Your project and OW2  

We are looking for a non-profit Foundation to foster this project and we'd like it to be OW2 although this is not a typical OW2 project.

OW2 projects  

No connection with others projects at this stage.

OW2 initiatives  

No connection with OW2 initiatives at this stage. 

Technologies and standards  

Androïd native (Java)

Contribution to the OW2 Community  

ST(SI)² is already a key contributor of OW2 project LemonLDAP::NG

Motivations to join the consortium and its community  

ST(SI)² uses GitHub for now for its projects, without a real strategy. We plan to migrate to OW2 for this project and other ones in the future. The next one will probably be "Loc'Alert": emergency services can use it to send an SMS with a HTTP link embedded. People who receive this can share their location, camera, files,... with emergency service and chat with it. We plan to embed automatic translation.

Other Information?   
License(s)   GNU General Public License v2.0 only
Interested Parties   
Terms and conditions acceptance  

I hereby certify the accuracy of the information provided above.

Yes
Submission date   17/12/2018