Our projects: Smart Territories and CitiesAdmin-wp2022-03-03T16:56:53+00:00
Smart Territories and Cities by EGM
By 2050, 70% of the world population will be based in cities, up from 50% today, which will translate into growing demand for a better quality of life by using technology to improve the efficiency of services and meet the needs of residents.
Supporting cities in their “smart city” initiatives, from the deployment of use cases to the construction of a decision support system (DSS) by promoting the FIWARE open-source and standardized approach.
EXAMPLES OF DEPLOYED USE CASES
Canteens, especially in school catering, waste a significant amount of food.
Using weight sensors underneath the bins, pupils can be told how much waste there is on the day and how it changes over the days and months.
improvement of menu quality by refining meal proposals and quantities
gamification between schools in a town to be the one that produces the least waste
possibility of using bio-waste to make compost
awareness-raising actions with pupils based on concrete data
Connected camera for carpool park
To be able to tell how a carpool park open to the public is used.
Installation of a connected camera at the entrance of the car park. By using AI and video data we can tell which car is using the car park for carpool.
multiply carpooling schemes if car parks are actually used for carpooling
to give credibility to political decisions and encourage soft mobility solutions
Irrigation of green spaces
The management of watering by municipalities is a subject where significant savings can be made quickly in terms of both finances and natural resources.
Use humidity sensors and couple this data to the French weather forecast to propose an optimised watering schedule. The system must be interfaced with the existing watering control tool.
30-40% potential water savings by using a connected watering solution
3,600 €/ha water savings
Lower investment and maintenance. Up to 40% of travel avoided
Leaching impoverishes the soil and excess water encourages disease
Air quality in buildings
Public buildings are legally obliged to carry out work and assess air quality, particularly in establishments for young children.
Installation of sensors to collect important information on CO2, hygrometry, temperature, ppm, (VOC), formaldehyde, benzene, perchloroethylene (or tetrachloroethylene).
implement corrective actions to improve air quality in buildings
Monitoring the effectiveness of corrective actions