Cities hold fantastic possibilities for economic development, community and quality of life, but urbanization also brings challenges. Many cities are working on finding ways to reduce climate emissions, strengthen social inclusion and maintain a sense of cohesion as they grow.
Tmpl is a tool for integrating the city with the people who live in it. As a digital platform that welcomes partners and external solutions, it can be adapted to every city, every district and every neighborhood.
A city that prioritizes climate actions can add functions in which citizens compete with each other to reduce their CO2 emissions, receive daily tips on a climate-smart life or make use of sharing services — bicycles and cars, for example.
A city that focuses on social sustainability can use the app to work on its civic budget, residents’ own neighborhood watch programs and meetings for the elderly.
Or why not do all of it? Municipal information, civic dialogue and problem reporting can easily be expanded on to meet the needs of your specific city. You could say that the possibilities are nearly endless!
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Are more playgrounds needed? Should the park be moved? Should the bike path be widened? The challenge in every consultation is to create a dialogue with people who do not have a complete understanding of the plans. With Tmpl, everyone living in the area can be involved.
Book a rental bicycle, order heavy household trash removal or assign times for the soccer field. With Tmpl, the sharing economy really is available to everyone.
Holes in the street, a broken traffic light or an unsafe swimming area that needs to be fixed. Or a suggestion for improving the skate park? Let the citizens of the area report things they see in their urban environment with geotagging and pictures — and get feedback.
Save citizens’ time and the city’s resources by using the app for common services, such as applying for residential parking and library cards or registering a club.
Who do you turn to for questions about construction permits, preschool waiting lists or information about general elections? By gathering everything in the same location, citizens’ contact with the city can become more efficient.
Using digital solutions, we simplify communication and make our residences, workplaces, neighborhoods and cities more secure, more pleasant and more sustainable.