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This document gives an overview on Keyple, a simple and universal tool (sometimes known as a Software Development Kit – SDK) for technology developers in the transport ticketing community. It is used as a framework to help them their contactless ticketing software to be implemented in terminals.
It stresses on the importance and advantages of open-source software, and open and well-documented APIs to master their ticketing solution, for all stakeholders, authorities and transport operators, ticketing integrators, terminal manufacturers. He shows how the use of Keyple allows the total dissociation of hardware and software in a terminal, a key issue to avoid any vendor lock-in.
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