Wednesday , July 28 2021

Advanced Automatic Control of Spatial Development Based on Crowdsourcing Platform

Irina AZAROVA1*, Tatiana BEZVERKHNIUK1, Violetta VYSHNEVSKAYA1,
Anatoly RYBAK2, Pavel BALDUK3, Heorhii BALDUK3

1 Odessa Regional Institute for Public Administration of the National Academy for Public Administration
under the President of Ukraine, 22 Genuezska Street, Odessa, 65009, Ukraine
azarovairene@gmail.com (*Corresponding author), tatiana.bezverkhniuk@gmail.com, viola@meta.ua

2 Odessa National Maritime University, 34 Mechnikova Street, Odessa, 65029, Ukraine
anatol166@ukr.net

2 Odessa State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture, 4 Didrikhson Street, Odessa, 65029, Ukraine
baldook.p@ogasa.org.ua, g.p.balduck@gmail.com

Abstract: The article describes the Crowdsourcing platform, which was developed to meet the challenges of sustainable spatial development. The platform allows users to formulate the problem of spatial development, submit proposals for solving the problem, choose the most optimal proposal by voting, plan project actions to implement the proposal, use various forms of crowd resources and provide public access to project reports. The proposed model provides a clear geographical location for both users and submitted problems, which ensures the formation of local communities that have common territorial interests to solve problems. The platform also makes it possible to use three kinds of participatory resources to implement proposals: labour, finance, and materials. At the end of the project, users can assess its success and its level of spatial problem resolution.

Keywords: Crowdsourcing, Spatial development information and communication systems, Project management.

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Irina AZAROVA, Tatiana BEZVERKHNIUK, Violetta VYSHNEVSKAYA, Anatoly RYBAK, Pavel BALDUK, Heorhii BALDUK, Advanced Automatic Control of Spatial Development Based on Crowdsourcing Platform, Studies in Informatics and Control, ISSN 1220-1766, vol. 30(2), pp. 79-88, 2021. https://doi.org/10.24846/v30i2y202107