Mapping Your GIS Data to Voice Commands
Consider the Qwhery Cloud as the engine that drives your citizen voice engagements and your City’s spatial data is the fuel.
Cities provide a multitude of services to the public. These services are related to the location of where you live, work and play. The Qwhery Cloud is able to connect voice assistants with data that cities publish, and this integration is really powerful when you add location.
Connecting Smart Homes with Smart Cities
Most cities have a GIS department that creates, manages and shares mapping data to help support the operations within the city and the services they provide. This mapping data can be used to share information with residents through the Google Assistant or Alexa-enabled devices. Ask Alexa, “Where do I go go to vote?” or “What’s happening downtown this weekend?”, “Where can I play tennis?” or “Who is my City Councillor?”.
These are all questions that have a common bond… Location! Whether it’s the location of the service being provided, or your location where you live.
The Qwhery Cloud is the platform that helps connect city services, data, location and voice technology.
Put Your Cities Authoritative Spatial Data to Work
Qwhery can also plug a virtual agent or chatbot into your city's website or open data portal. This integration is a quick way to put your open data or authoritative published data right to work to help answer citizen's questions through a chat interface.
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Mar 4, 2022