We seek a variety of partners–individuals, industry leaders, universities, companies, nonprofits, and others interested in contributing to and adopting this path-breaking work. Partners can work with us in several ways:
- Adopters use the Rokwire platform to develop customized apps offering a particular set of services for members of their community.
- Contributors add code and software to the Rokwire open source platform.
- Researchers from academia and industry collaborate with us to study problems and develop solutions by utilizing the unique capabilities of our system.
- Service Providers collaborate with us to integrate their services into Rokwire apps and produce smart capabilities.
Check out a few of our past and present partners below.
Rokmetro is a professional services company that builds customized Rokwire applications for various organizations. Rokmetro also provides expert technical support for installation and configuration of Rokwire for organizations that wish to install a sitewide instance of Rokwire. Rokmetro’s services are designed to facilitate adoption of Rokwire at companies, institutions, and municipal districts.
Rokmetro supports the joint development and distribution of Rokwire applications for special purposes. For example, Rokmetro worked with various universities, public school systems, and public safety departments to adapt the Rokwire COVID-19 app to support virus testing programs at different locations around the United States.
Rokmetro is led by the chief innovator of Rokwire. Rokmetro’s engineering team has contributed code to development of the Rokwire platform.
Inabyte Incorporated is a software and professional services company based in Novato, California. Founded in 1996, Inabyte provides solutions and services for developers and end users of PCs or workstations running on Windows platforms.
Inabyte’s consulting services include custom-written applications, original source programming, program design, and program architecture. The company specializes in user interface design, component development, and database applications.
Inabyte has contributed important design and software development to Rokwire building blocks and mobile applications.
Translation Studies Program
Students at the University of Illinois in the Translation Studies Program made open source contributions to the Safer Illinois app. The project was an assignment for TRST 580, a special topics course for rising professional translators. Professor Kara Warburton, in collaboration with the Rokwire team, tasked her students with localizing text strings in the Safer Illinois app for other languages. The project involved using an array of computer-assisted translation and localization tools on the Safer Illinois GitHub repository.