Smart Cities

The city concentrates many challenges to which the Internet of Things can provide effective answers. Whether in the field of “metering” (energy, air quality, occupation of premises) or in the monitoring of materials, equipment or personnel within the city.

Energy Performance and CO2 Footprint in the City

The energy monitoring and optimization platform for Public Services (schools, sports centers, administrations, etc.). 

Thanks to the acquisition of environmental and energy data, we allow the definition of objectives and KPIs for the monitoring of energy consumption, while providing detailed daily analyzes by location or type of consumption. 

Access to dashboards and reports for the implementation of a project to reduce its Energy and CO2 Footprint.

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Air Quality Management in the City

Air quality in the city – pollution -, or indoor air quality – covid19, health -. 

The installation of sensors, linked to an analytical solution for dashboards, and the generation of alerts in the event of a threshold being exceeded.

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Water Consumption Monitoring

The Water Consumption Measurement solution allows the collection of metering data and the automatic conversion into consumption per day, week, month and year. 

The aggregation of consumption by floor, building, site, or overall is automatic and available through configurable dashboards and reports. 

The detection of anomalies (under/over consumption), leaks, consumption outside of time slots generates alerts.

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Occupancy Management

Availability of offices and meeting rooms are all challenges, in a world where the mobility of civil servants and employees is growing.

Management of offices (free, occupied) in open spaces, in order to identify free positions, but also to generate usage statistics in order to optimize the size and number of workspaces.

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Monitoring of materials, equipment and street furniture

The City is characterized in particular by the deployment of numerous equipment (machines, street furniture) and personnel in the field. 

Ensuring the control of this equipment (location, use), intervening on the spot based on precise knowledge of their condition, preventing problems or intervening after a disaster.

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