InfoGears is a crowdsourced data site for your local community.
As we gradually reopen our communities, monitoring public health is essential for everyone's safety! One of the best ways to ensure this is to rely on crowdsourcing and self-reporting. The InfoGears data platform was created for this very reason. Our goal is to help local communities visualize the prevalence of coronavirus symptoms and other aspects of life impacted by the crisis. Our data is categorized by individual ZIP codes, catering to every neighborhood across the U.S.
The platform aims to provide information through easy to understand visuals. Maps and charts are leveraged to show all local community health data.
After completing the assessment questions, you will be able to see all the data about your neighborhood(s). All we ask is for you to come back every few days to repeat the survey and view the changes. This helps us keep the data current and relevant for you!
This FREE project is made possible by the NetGenix Inc. and Instigate Mobile partnership. It was launched and targeted to Glendale, Burbank, Pasadena (California) and neighboring areas. InfoGears supports all of the ZIP codes in the U.S. and has quickly gained popularity across many communities in various states.