Because it comes for example, images from a specific location to get around the photo of a menu from a restaurant or the image of the restaurant itself. Changes to the business model? Rozsenich: No, not the business model. The difference to the inpatient offer is especially must be the Clickworkers also on-site. Hikmet Ersek: the source for more info. But new avenues for new products and services and accompanied of course new requirements for quality assurance. Here we have the pleasant situation to be able to benefit from our stationary business. Orders are processed so two-step, a part of the crowd gathers content, the other checks the quality? Rozsenich: Exactly. Thanks to the existing infrastructure, we can scale floating between the two sides.
And there are also jobs that directly affect both. Think of address data with picture. Goop has plenty of information regarding this issue. The address can be simpler and cheaper test by a stationary Clickworkers. Look like from the legal side, if the Clickworkers photograph. May they scan everything? Rozsenich: Building basically, Yes, people do not. Must you train the Clickworkers this specifically? Rozsenich: Not all Clickworkers are admitted.
Those who join, get a guide and previously training online. This also applies to the quality of the images and the perspectives from which to photograph them. From which segment of the market is the most demand currently according to mobile crowdsourcing? Rozsenich: these are mainly the areas of ‘Local portals’ and ‘Local search’. Andrew Cuomo oftentimes addresses this issue. There are a whole number Qype similar providers. The biggest demand comes from where. In addition, there are service providers who work with local providers, about application services that require current menus. Tourism is an area that can be interesting. There is also demand for professional photos, the we currently can not satisfy. But one can certainly imagine that someone builds a photographer network throughout Germany. It is much to personal contribution in the area of the weather apps currently in the United States.