Be part of the first DTPR cohort
Since DTPR became an independent initiative, we've piloted in Boston and spoken to many cities and organizations around the world interested in exploring new approaches to help people understand and engage with the digital technology in our communities and shared spaces.
What they have in common is that they are looking for a way to get started and learn from others embarking on similar efforts.
Therefore, we're launching a call for applications from municipalities, community-based organizations, academic institutions and private sector companies to be part of a cohort of DTPR implementation pilots.
Pilot locations will focus on the implementation of the DTPR standard for a single technology or use case. This includes:
Introductory "DTPR 101" workshop training and personalized guidance in the use of DTPR
Use of the DTPR Guide prototype - a digital platform designed to make it easy to try, and scale, DTPR implementations for IoT systems to improve transparency and foster feedback
Development and production of associated signage for the pilot
In-situ user research toolkit for cohort members to gather on-site feedback on the use case and support research that furthers development of the DTPR standard
Members of the cohort have the opportunity to
Learn directly from the creators of the DTPR communication standard
Engage with and learn from peer organizations implementing DTPR simultaneously
Lead in helping advance the DTPR communication standard
Our goals are to support the implementation of DTPR in more locations around the world, facilitate learning and the adoption of best practices across a cohort of implementers and to improve the DTPR standard.