Parking is such a prickly subject that more readers than care to admit it must have conducted conversations with parking meters. From now on they will have to watch their language, if an innovation from Complus Teltronic takes off. This aims to link the parking meters to a central parking control centre, so that the frustrated user can communicate directly via GSM or IP links. Let’s hope the people at the control centre don’t mind a bit of strong language.
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