Studying Perceived Safety with an Online Community Survey in Moncton, Canada
PPGIS Tool for Research Projects
Public Participation GIS is at the heart of Maptionnaire. This holistic platform enables you to collect location-based and qualitative data on experiential knowledge, analyze it, and engage stakeholders and decision-makers.
With Maptionnaire Community Engagement Platform, you can communicate the planning process to the public, solicit residents’ input at all planning stages, and turn this feedback into actionable data.
Gather location-based data with surveys
Collect precise and valid spatial data from residents and stakeholders. Maptionnaire surveys are reliable, GDPR-compliant, and easy to set up. The tool does the heavy lifting of data collection and provides you with precise resulting data.
Monitor and analyze data
The built-in analysis tool lets you evaluate the trends and filter collected data. For advanced analysis, export the resulting data and feed it into your GIS and analysis tools.
Analyze rich experiential knowledge beyond locations
Maptionnaire doesn’t reduce experiential knowledge to a point on a map. You can gather rich structured and open-ended data with various survey questions and setups.
Engage stakeholders and decision-makers
Inform stakeholders and residents about project-related participation opportunities and show the results of the previous activities on a dedicated engagement webpage. Maptionnaire is also suitable for synchronous use during workshops and focus groups.
Make it easy to participate for respondents
Maptionnaire PPGIS surveys are easy to fill in from any device. They don’t require additional app installation and can be translated into multiple languages. The starting map view can be preselected to ensure data accuracy and validity.
Have a look at the most common processes where planners and city administrators use digital community engagement tools. You can also find our customers’ projects below.
Survey the landscape values of spaces like urban parks, wildlife protection areas, or transportation corridors to define sustainable land use priorities and solve planning conflicts.
Assess mobility and well-being habits, preferences, and perceived safety with the help of Maptionnaire’s robust spatial data collection tools.
Understand dynamic values and perceptions attached to physical spaces and analyze how people interact with the environment.
Find out how the built environment is used and understood by residents. Collect perceptions, insecurities, fears, memories, and motivations attached to specific locations.
Tap into locals’ knowledge of natural ecosystems and environmental challenges with intuitive survey tools. Generate new insights into how nature and the environment can be protected and managed.
Use Maptionnaire to teach the PPGIS method and showcase how soft data is collected and used in research and planning.
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