About

DTPR is an open-source communication standard that enables transparency, accountability, and control for people. The standard is free for anyone to use.

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The Problem

Technology can help make our roads safer for people, our buildings greener, and our homes healthier. But is it living up to its promises?

How can we be confident the technology is achieving its goal? Whether seeking safety, sustainability, or accessibility, many are left asking: what are the benefits, the risks, and the trade-offs we're making?

Digital technology is all around us, but often invisible. There’s little transparency about what data these technologies are collecting, by whom, and for what purposes. We’ve also seen that much technology in the built environment lacks controls for people.

We’ve drafted a standard that enables transparency, accountability, and control for people.

A Proposal

Digital Trust for Places and Routines is about technology that enables agency for people in the real world.

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Join an emerging coalition that includes Helpful Places, Digital Public Square, and Boston’s Office of New Urban Mechanics.

Our Mission

Enable human agency in the world's shared spaces.

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5 Principles

Provide transparency

We want to help people increase their awareness of how digital technology in physical spaces works and give them avenues to learn more or follow up.

Offer communication and utility

People may want to know about what data is being collected around them, but they also might want to know how to use that data or even to make better use of the environment itself. How might signage be a starting point for helping people better navigate and utilize their surroundings?

Outcomes not outputs

More signs are often not the answer. As visual noise increases, less meaningful information actually gets across. We want to develop a way to know whether signage or channels are working for people; we need that feedback so we can improve the design over time.

Design for adaptation

We know this is just an initial take, and we intend for others to build on this work.

Blend digital and physical

We are in a unique position to consider how people move from a digital to a physical medium and back. This transition should feel useful and coherent.

Tools

We believe that creating a unified taxonomy and visual language is a critical starting point, and that digital tools could help people to follow up and learn more.

In 2019, experts came together in cities around the world in co-design sessions to collaborate and prototype an initial set of open communication standards for digital transparency in the public realm. In 2020, this initial draft was refined through several cycles of online expert charrettes and small meetings, iterative prototype development, and longitudinal inclusive usability and concept testing. Initiated by Sidewalk Labs, these draft standards, as well as all the co-design activities and materials that generated them, are publicly and freely available for others to adopt, use, and build upon. Further development of these draft standards are currently being stewarded by Helpful Places and an emerging coalition of partners and collaborators.

Technologies

A standardised way to describe sensors and convey what kind of data and processing they’re performing.

Places

A standard way to describe systems within places, and what sensors, processing, and purposes they serve.

Routines

A vision for how agency and control can become part of everyday routines that are supported by digital technologies.

The DTPR Taxonomy, Design Patterns and Prototypes

The core of the DTPR communication standard is a taxonomy of concepts around digital tech and data practices, and a set of icons to quickly and clearly communicate those concepts. These components can then expressed in a number of ways - from physical signage to digital channels for communication – which together, help visualize and convey how a digital system works.

Co-Design Materials and Research Findings

You can find the materials used to support the development of this project here

License

The Icons, Design Guide and Taxonomy for DTPR are licensed by the Digital Transparency in the Public Realm contributors under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). Portions of the DTPR Icons incorporate elements of, or are derived from, the Material icons. The Material icons are available under the Apache License 2.0. The source code for the Digital Channel Prototype is licensed under Apache License 2.0. Sidewalk Labs trademarks and other brand features within these works are not included in this license.

Full Taxonomy

Below you’ll find working definitions for the DTPR taxonomy along with accompanying icons.

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Icon Purpose Description
Encorcement Enforcement Used for enforcement of rules or regulations. Find out more here
Energy Efficiency Reduces energy use and/or helps conserve energy. Find out more about energy efficiency and energy conservation
Mobility Supports how people and materials move around. Find out more here
Inform Supports the provision of information, for example about a location, a service, or to provide assistance
Planning & Decision-making Supports the development of future plans; or to enable or measure the impact of a decision. Examples include urban planning
Safety & Security Enables a safe and/or secure environment, for example for the purposes of fire safety, home security or ensuring safe passage in places such as airports or roads
Accessibility Ensures that everyone has equal access to a space or a service. Find out more about accessibility and universal design
Ecology Supports the measurement or monitoring of the natural environment. Find out more about the natural environment, ecology and environmental science
Waste Management Supports the handling and disposal of waste, including as recyclables, compost and [hazardous materials] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hazardous_waste}. Find out more about waste management
Water Efficiency Reduces water use and/or helps conserve water. Find out more about water efficiency and conservation, and green infrastructure.
Fire & Emergency Supports services that ensure public safety and health related to emergencies. Find out more about emergency services.
Health Supports the measurement or monitoring of the aspects of the physical environment that impacts human health, such as radiation or air quality, or in specific contexts such as the workplace. Find out more about environmental monitoring and occupational health and safety
Agency & Interaction Enables you to control or interact with aspects of a space or a technology. Find out more about interactive media and virtual reality
Switch Supports a mechanical function - such as turning a device on or off, opening or closing, or adjusting brightness and intensity.
Research & Development Supports exploratory research and testing. Find out more here
Entry Supports authentication or validation in order to access a space or a service. Find out more here
Arts & Culture Enables artistic and/or cultural expression. Find out more here
Connectivity Enables connectivity of devices to a digital network. Find out more here
Logistics Supports the movements of goods or materials. Find out more here

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Icon Technology Description
Video camera Collects video footage. Find out more here.
Video camera - infrared Collects video footage in the infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Still camera Collects still images. Find out more about cameras here
Still camera - infrared Collects still images in the infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Assistance Station Provides access to assistive services. Examples include assistive technologies and virtual assistants
Microphone A device that collects audio. Find out more here
Passive Infrared Sensor An electronic sensor that measures infrared (IR) light radiating from objects in its field of view. Find out more here
Soil Moisture Sensor Soil moisture sensors measures the water content in soil. Find out more here
Water Quality Measures various aspects of water quality, such as the amount of dissolved oxygen in water, pH, nitrates and dissolved oxygen. Find out more here
Sound Level Meter Takes acoustic measurements, most typically for measuring noise pollution. Find out more here
Radar Uses radio waves to detect objects, or measure how they are moving through a space, such as vehicles. Find out more here
LiDAR Uses lasers to measure distances to objects, collecting data that can create a 3-D representation of the object. Find out more here
Air Quality Measures various aspects of air quality, such as pollen, particulate matter, ozone, and greenhouse gases. Find out more here
Weather Station A set of instruments for measuring atmospheric conditions such as temperature, precipitation, wind speed and direction, and barometric pressure. Find out more here
Wireless Access Point Provides wireless access to a wired computer network, or to the internet. Find out more here
RFID Enables the identification of items using electromagnetic fields, commonly used to track inventory in stores, but not for identifying individual items. Find out more here
NFC A wireless communication protocol for electronic devices that are within a short distance of each other, typically used in ticketing or payment systems. No identifying data is collected in this case. Find out more here
Weighing Scale A weighing scale is a device to measure weight or mass. No identifying data is collected in this case. Find out more here
Thermometer Measures the temperature of or changes of temperature in the physical environment, and quantifies those attributes according to a standardized scale such as Celsius or Fahrenheit. Find more more here
Identifiable NFC A wireless communication protocol for electronic devices that are within a short distance of each other, typically used in ticketing or payment systems. In this case, unique identification is possible, for example if a particular item is closely associated with an individual's personal data. Find out more here
Identifiable RFID Enables the identification of items using electromagnetic fields, commonly used to track inventory in stores. In this case, unique identification is possible, for example if a particular item is closely associated with an individual's personal data. Find out more here
Identifiable Video Collects video footage of a sufficient resolution where individuals can be identified, for example by capturing images of faces or unique numbers such as vehicle license plates. Identifying information can be collected either through manual review by a person, or through computer vision techniques that derives information in the form of data from video or images.
Identifiable Voice Audio data is collected that does or can identify individuals, either through manual review or by technologies that can determine either what is being said, or who is saying it. Find out more about speech recognition or speaker recognition.
Identifiable Image Collects still images of a sufficient resolution where individuals can be identified, for example by capturing images of faces or unique numbers such as vehicle license plates. Identifying information can be collected either through manual review of images by a person, or through computer vision techniques that derives information in the form of data from images.
De-identified Video Collects video footage of a sufficient resolution where individuals can be identified, for example by capturing images of faces or unique numbers such as vehicle license plates. However, the video is processed in a way that removes identifying characteristics before it is used or stored (known as de-identified before first use or de-identified on device), for example by blurring faces using computer vision. Find out more about de-identification
De-identified Image Collects still images of a sufficient resolution where individuals can be identified, for example by capturing images of faces or unique numbers such as vehicle license plates. However, images are processed in a way that removes identifying characteristics before it is used or stored (known as de-identified before first use or de-identified on device), for example by blurring faces using computer vision. Find out more about de-identification
De-identified Voice Audio data is collected that does or can identify individuals, either through manual review or technologies that can determine either what is being said, or who is saying it. Find out more about speech recognition or speaker recognition. Data is processed in a way that removes identifying characteristics before it is used or stored (known as de-identified before first use or de-identified on device). Find out more here
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Icon Technology Description
Values / Time Measurements that are collected at regular intervals over a period of time. For example see [time series data] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_series).
Pixel-based Image A digital image is composed of a grid of individual pixels. Find out more at [digital image] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_image)
Boolean Data that has one of two data values, for example true and false. Find out more [here] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boolean_data_type)
Tabular Data that is stored in a table, where values are stored in rows and columns. More [here] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Table_(information))
Spatial Data that represents a location, such as an address, a place name or geographic coordinates; or a structure, such as a floorplan. Find out more about [geospatial data] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geographic_data_and_information) and [building information models] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Building_information_modeling)
Binary Compressed data into a binary format. Find out more [here] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary_file)
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Icon Technology Description
RDUA Approved Data activity has undergone a Responsible Data Use Assessment and determined to provide a net benefit. The RDUA is a process that Sidewalk Labs conducts prior to the start of any data activity.
Reviewed Internally "Many organizations have internal review processes that consider the potential benefits, risks and implications for privacy for new technologies or data collection activities. For example, in Canada, Privacy Impact Assessments are often conducted by organizations prior to the beginning for a project - find out more [here] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Privacy_Impact_Assessment). This could be customized with the details of the accountable entity responsible for these instances of technology in the public realm
Encrypted Data has been encoded so that only authorized parties can access it, which can reduce risk related to handling private or sensitive information. Find out more [here] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Encryption)
Aggregated "Data that has been grouped or summarized from individual measurements, for example to count up totals or to calculate an average. Find out more [here] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aggregate_data)
Raw data "Data that has not been processed or altered from the point of collection - the data is effectively identical to how it was gathered from the original data source. Find out more [here] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raw_data)
Regulated Depending on the jurisdiction and type of data, data is regulated in various ways. For example, Personal Information in Canada is regulated by federal, provincial, and municipal laws. The collection, use and disclosure of Personal Information by private companies in Ontario is regulated by the [Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act] (https://www.priv.gc.ca/en/privacy-topics/privacy-laws-in-canada/the-personal-information-protection-and-electronic-documents-act-pipeda/) This should be customized for the jurisdiction where this digital channel is being used
AI System Data that is processed by automated, algorithmic or artificial intelligence systems to derive a new result or data point. Find out more about [automated] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automated_decision_support), [algorithmic] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algorithm) and [artificial intelligence] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_intelligence) systems.
De-identified Data that is processed to remove identifying values, usually to protect privacy. De-identification can happen at any point in a data collection process, for example before it is stored in a database, or before it is published. Here we define it to mean after the data has already left a hardware device, or after it has been stored in a database. Find out more [here] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De-identification)
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Icon Technology Description
Available to download Data that can be accessed and downloaded online, either for free or for a fee
Available to 3rd parties Data is available to 3rd parties not involved in the data activity. This does not always mean that data is being resold.
Available to me Available to me but not to other individuals. For example, as an individual you have access to all your electronic toll records for your car, but other individuals do not have access to that.
Not available to me Not available to me or other individuals. As an individual, there isn't a way for you to access this data.
Available for resale The data collected may be resold to other 3rd parties
Not available to the accountable organization Data is not available to the accountable organization this can be customized
Not available to vendor Data is not available to the data collection or technology provider this can be customized
Available to the accountable organization Data is available to the accountable organization this can be customized
Available to vendor Data is available to the data collection or technology provider this can be customized
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Icon Technology Description
Stored on 3rd Party Cloud Data is stored on behalf of the organization or the data collector in an off-site data centre, such as Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure
No data retained No data is kept or stored
Retained 24 hours Data is stored for 24 hours, and after this time period is deleted
Retained 1 month Data is stored for 1 month, and after this time period is deleted
Retained 3 months Data is stored for 3 months, and after this time period is deleted
Retained for time period Data is stored for a customized time period, and after this time period is deleted
Retained 1 year Data is stored for 1 year, and after this time period is deleted
Retained 5 years Data is stored for 5 years, and after this time period is deleted
Retained indefinitely Data is retained indefinitely
Stored locally Data is stored in the jurisdiction where it was collected. Find out more [here] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_sovereignty)
Stored primarily locally Data is stored mainly in the jurisdiction where it was collected. Find out more [here] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_sovereignty)
Stored primarily internationally Data is stored outside the jurisdiction where it was collected. Find out more [here] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_sovereignty)
Backed up locally Data is backed up with the jurisdiction where it was collected. Find out more [here] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_sovereignty)
Backed up internationally Data is backed up outside the jurisdiction where it was collected. Find out more [here] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_sovereignty)

A Vision

Join us on journey that rejects the false dichotomy between privacy & convenience.

Out of the co-design sessions in early 2020 came an ask to envision how the standard might work in 5 years. Excitement built for the prospect of a personal AI assistant. This would be provided by an organization you trust. Your assistant knows your preferences and is ready to help.

1How might we...

move seamlessly through places we love, and seamfully in places new to us?

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1How might we...

move seamlessly through places we love, and seamfully in places new to us?

2How might we...

understand how sensors work, and what they do for people?

3How might we...

look up from our phones, and strengthen the social fabric?

4How might we...

gain agency over technology, and enhance our experiences of a place?

5How might we...

get help from the built environment, and leave it better than we found it?

6How might we...

offer eyes on the street, with humans in the loop?

7How might we...

offer time-bound data sharing with ongoing control of choices?

First, choose
your agent

In you're everyday life, you exchange data with a companies, apps, shops, and people. Everyone has different levels of comfort sharing data depending on the situation. We believe control for people can improve comfort. To ensure you maintain control of your data, these scenarios imagine a world where everyone has their own digital personal assistant.

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    location_city

    Government

    Offered by your national, regional or local government

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    local_library

    Library Dept.

    Provided by your library

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    account_balance

    Bank Co.

    An offering associated with your bank account

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    local_phone

    Phone Co.

    An account provided by your phone provider

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    help

    Other...

    Who would you trust to help?

1How might we...

move seamlessly through places we love, and seamfully in places new to us?

Dock your bike

Arriving at your destination, you dock your bike, and your session is ended. The trip is credited to your monthly membership.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Mobility
  • pedal_bike

    The service is provided by

    Bikeshare Co.
  • The technology is

    Bikeshare ID
  • directions_walking

    The interaction mode is

    Hands free
  • favorite

    The relationship is

    Membership

Enter the plaza

As you enter the plaza, you are given a link to a chatbot and can ask any questions you have about this place.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Agency
  • location_city

    The service is provided by

    Neighbourhood Org.
  • The technology is

    DTPR API
  • smartphone

    The interaction mode is

    Personal Device
  • meeting_room

    The relationship is

    Visit

Grab a book

You grab a book off the shelf and its added to your virtual cart. You can set these preferences with your personal AI.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Borrowing
  • local_library

    The service is provided by

    Library Dept.
  • The technology is

    Computer Vision
  • shopping_basket

    The interaction mode is

    Grab and Go
  • favorite

    The relationship is

    Membership

Head out to the street

As you leave, the book is checked out with your library card. You continue to the street - you know you can examine the transaction later.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Borrowing
  • The service is provided by

    Library Dept.
  • room_service

    The user’s interface is

    Personal AI
  • favorite

    The relationship is

    Membership

2How might we...

understand how sensors work, and what they do for people?

Enter the shop

You enter a new local shop and are able to connect in the way you choose.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Agency
  • storefront

    The service is provided by

    Shop Co.
  • The technology is

    DTPR API
  • smartphone

    The interaction mode is

    Personal Device
  • meeting_room

    The relationship is

    Temporary

Stand in front of mirror

You stand in front of the mirror. You see an option to connect and try on clothes virtually.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Agency
  • storefront

    The service is provided by

    Shop Co.
  • The technology is

    Computer Vision
  • portrait

    The interaction mode is

    Magic Mirror
  • meeting_room

    The relationship is

    Temporary

Save for later

After trying on some items, you decide to purchase one item, save a couple others to a wishlist.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Saving
  • storefront

    The service is provided by

    Shop Co.
  • The technology is

    Computer Vision
  • portrait

    The interaction mode is

    Magic Mirror
  • card_membership

    The relationship is

    Customer

Upgrade account

You bag your item, leave the store, and are given the option to create a connection with the local merchant, and change your payment method.

  • shopping_basket

    The purpose of this system is

    Shopping
  • storefront

    The service is provided by

    Shop Co.
  • The technology is

    Contactless payments
  • shopping_basket

    The interaction mode is

    Grab and go
  • card_membership

    The relationship is

    Customer

3How might we...

look up from our phones, and strengthen the social fabric?

What's around me?

You hear some music and follow it to the source. A busker is playing a nostalgic tune and you listen for a while.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Arts & Culture
  • location_city

    The service is provided by

    Neighbourhood Org.
  • The technology is

    Bluetooth
  • directions_walking

    The interaction mode is

    Hands free
  • meeting_room

    The relationship is

    Temporary

Support the artist

Summoning your assistant, you ask to learn more about this busker. You're able to see artist information, and even tip.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Arts and Culture
  • music_note

    The service is provided by

    Busker
  • The technology is

    Contactless payments
  • room_service

    The interaction mode is

    Personal AI
  • favorite

    The relationship is

    Supporter

What else is here?

The busker is presented on a shared and real-time map of this place. You can see other facilities, businesses, and those who have given you permission.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Inform
  • location_city

    The service is provided by

    Neighbourhood Org.
  • The technology is

    DTPR API
  • smartphone

    The interaction mode is

    Personal Device
  • meeting_room

    The relationship is

    Temporary

Bumping into a friend

You see your friend on the map, who you share your location with. You both decide to grab lunch together.

  • people

    The purpose of this system is

    Social
  • call

    The service is provided by

    Phone Co.
  • gps-not_fixed

    The technology is

    GPS
  • room_service

    The user’s interface is

    Personal AI
  • favorite

    The relationship is

    Friends

4How might we...

gain agency over technology, and enhance our experiences of a place?

Order ahead

You select a restaurant and your AI makes a menu suggestion. You opt-in to share your purchase data for a discount.

  • local_atm

    The purpose of this system is

    Commerce
  • call

    The service is provided by

    Restaurant Co.
  • The technology is

    Contactless payments
  • room_service

    The user’s interface is

    Personal AI
  • card_membership

    The relationship is

    Customer

See what it sees

On your way, you check the live seating status of the seating area, and choose a table.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Inform
  • location_city

    The service is provided by

    Neighbourhood Org.
  • The technology is

    DTPR API
  • smartphone

    The interaction mode is

    Personal Device
  • meeting_room

    The relationship is

    Temporary

This way to your table

You get directions to your table and begin your stroll.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Mobility
  • location_city

    The service is provided by

    Neighbourhood Org.
  • The technology is

    GPS
  • smartphone

    The interaction mode is

    Personal Device
  • meeting_room

    The relationship is

    Temporary

Food is ready

After catching up with your friend, the food arrives. You have a quick chat with the server, thank them, and chow down.

  • local_atm

    The purpose of this system is

    Commerce
  • call

    The service is provided by

    Restaurant Co.
  • The technology is

    Identifiable NFC
  • directions_walking

    The interaction mode is

    Hands free
  • favorite

    The relationship is

    Customer

5How might we...

get help from the built environment, and leave it better than we found it?

Right things in the right place

You get guidance from the waste bin. The compost and the recyclables are placed in the correct bins.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Waste Management
  • location_city

    The service is provided by

    Neighbourhood Org.
  • The technology is

    Computer Vision
  • room_service

    The interaction mode is

    System Screen
  • meeting_room

    The relationship is

    Temporary

Ways to help

You find out about actions you can take to help the neighbourhood achieve sustainability goals. You opt-in to sharing your anonymous location data.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Energy Efficiency
  • location_city

    The service is provided by

    Neighbourhood Org.
  • gps_not_fixed

    The technology is

    De-identified GPS
  • room_service

    The interaction mode is

    Personal AI
  • meeting_room

    The relationship is

    Anonymous

Learn about the system

You can learn more about all the systems in this place or save it for later reading.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Inform
  • location_city

    The service is provided by

    Neighbourhood Org.
  • The technology is

    DTPR API
  • room_service

    The interaction mode is

    Personal AI
  • favorite

    The relationship is

    Temporary

Occupancy sensor

You want to learn more about the occupancy sensor, you are able to ask questions about how it works, and why its important.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Energy Efficiency
  • location_city

    The service is provided by

    Neighbourhood Org.
  • The technology is

    Infrared sensor
  • forum

    The interaction mode is

    System chatbot
  • meeting_room

    The relationship is

    Temporary

6How might we...

offer eyes on the street, with humans in the loop?

You've lost your bag

You quickly head to a wall assistant and gesture to contact security.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Safety and Security
  • location_city

    The service is provided by

    Neighbourhood Org.
  • The technology is

    Intercom
  • forum

    The interaction mode is

    System chatbot
  • meeting_room

    The relationship is

    Temporary

Decrypt when required

The security agent understands, and offers to decrypt based on 2 factor authentication using your location data.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Safety and Security
  • location_city

    The service is provided by

    Neighbourhood Org.
  • The technology is

    Computer vision
  • room_service

    The interaction mode is

    Personal AI
  • verified_user

    The relationship is

    Secure and authenticated

Trace your steps

The security helps you trace your steps back to the food court, and monitors your bag until you retrieve it.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Safety and Security
  • location_city

    The service is provided by

    Neighbourhood Org.
  • The technology is

    Computer vision
  • forum

    The interaction mode is

    System chatbot
  • verified_user

    The relationship is

    Secure and authenticated

On your way

After getting your bag back, you unlock 2 bikes, one for your friend, and head home together.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Mobility
  • The service is provided by

    Bikeshare Co.
  • The technology is

    Bikeshare ID
  • directions_walking

    The interaction mode is

    Hands free
  • favorite

    The relationship is

    Membership

7How might we...

offer time-bound data sharing with ongoing control of choices?

Cycle the green wave

As you wait at a light, you opt into the green wave for this journey. This considers your journey in light changes.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Mobility
  • add_road

    The service is provided by

    Gov Dept.
  • The technology is

    Radar
  • directions_bike

    The interaction mode is

    Bicycling
  • meeting_room

    The relationship is

    Temporary

Unlock door

You unlock your door with your Personal AI, and your friend can see your home data policies.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Agency
  • home

    The service is provided by

    Your Home
  • The technology is

    DTPR API
  • room_service

    The interaction mode is

    Personal AI
  • verified_user

    The relationship is

    Secure and authenticated

Review transactions from the day

Looking back, you're able to see the digital interactions you had throughout the day. You can edit them, delete some, and set future preferences.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Agency
  • room_service

    The service is provided by

    Personal AI
  • The technology is

    DTPR API
  • room_service

    The interaction mode is

    Personal AI
  • verified_user

    The relationship is

    Secure and authenticated

Feedback

You choose to share the busker you saw with a friend.

  • The purpose of this system is

    Inform
  • room_service

    The service is provided by

    Personal AI
  • sms

    The technology is

    SMS
  • room_service

    The interaction mode is

    Personal AI
  • favorite

    The relationship is

    Friend