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Cities are locked into single vendor solutions

Every day a new Smart City project is announced: streetlights are being connected to save energy and increase the quality of lighting services in the streets, waste containers are being monitored to reduce truck traffic whilst helping cities to get cleaner, free parking spaces are detected and advertised to drivers both to reduce pollution and to allow variable pricing depending on their availability, and more. Most of the available solutions, however, are proprietary, locking cities into single vendor solutions.

With TALQ, one Smart City CMS controls any vendors' solutions

Thanks to the TALQ Smart City Protocol, cities can now choose and adopt control solutions from multiple vendors and control them all through a single Central Management Software. The TALQ Smart City Protocol is an open API to enable Central Management Software (CMS) to configure, control, command and monitor Connected Smart City Devices from different vendors.