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The Austin Police Department has teamed up with Crowdfind and the Austin City Limits Music Festival to return stolen cell phones to their rightful owners.

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Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport (ROA) streamlines the process of reuniting customers and their errant belongings with Crowdfind, a lost and found software/service company.

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With all the busyness and crowds of Austin City Limits Music Festival, things may get lost or left behind. That’s why ACL created a virtual lost and found for weekends one and two.

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It’s not your father’s lost-and-found department. Companies such as Crowdfind are using sophisticated technology to catalog found items and help track down owners. Airports such as Salt Lake City use Crowdfind to allow airport patrons to search the invent

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Not only did this help clear up all the items stored in the inventory, it also allows students to file claims for their lost belongings, rather than have someone else try to falsely claim the item up front.

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But partnering with third parties like Crowdfind — which provides universities with a lost-and-found platform that includes a catalog and claim system — would make this easier for staff.

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Crowdfind’s New CMMS software allows employees to take a photo of an issue and immediately notify maintenance.

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This week on the show host Scott Kitun talks with Mark Achler from MATH Ventures and Jay Sebben CEO of Crowdfind, a company making the ‘lost and found’ easier to manage for customers and businesses.

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A knee brace, blue inhaler and a black baseball glove were just a few of the 938 unclaimed items left behind during the second weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

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Some of the most important engines of mass transit operate lost and found departments the old-fashioned way, which relies primarily on the phone. Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport, which took its program to the web, thinks it has found something better.

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A knee brace, blue inhaler and a black baseball glove were just a few of the 938 unclaimed items left behind during the second weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

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Rather than invite attendees to comb through a mountain of misplaced items, Crowdfind posts photos of each item in a lost-and-found inventory with a time-stamped log of the item. The photo library integrates with an event’s or a venue’s website where attendees can search and file claims for their item.

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Maggie McKew
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