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    27 Jan
    Categories Blog-en

    The smart city is a concept for improving the territory that relies on different technologies to offer a more pleasant living environment to the inhabitants, and that makes the management of public services more economical and ecological. But what are these technologies that are essential to the development of a connected city?

    The role of technology in a smart city

    Today, cities are facing several social challenges. They must control their energy consumption for both economic and ecological reasons, and optimize the way they operate in key sectors (transportation, health, security, etc.). All this while regularly informing citizens. A real challenge.

    The smart city is a way to meet these challenges, and to achieve this, it uses different technologies such as IoT and connected networks to :

    • Collect and analyze data in real time: these data allow us to assess the situation and to cross-reference large quantities of information in order to make the right decisions.

    • Implement new tools or develop existing systems to act effectively and quickly.

    For waste management, for example, intelligent sensors measure the number of garbage cans filled to organize their collection, artificial intelligence optimizes the next rounds, and an application shares a sorting guide with users. Thanks to these different technologies, the connected city meets the needs of citizens and improves their comfort.

    Technologies to build the smart city of tomorrow

    Among the technologies that are helping cities become more liveable and environmentally friendly, the Internet of Things (IoT) is fundamental.

    In short, sensors collect data that is transmitted to a platform via a dense mesh of connected objects. The IoT uses long-range networks (5G, fiber, LPWA, LoRa…) for real-time data transmission. Once interpreted, the data can be used, for example, to adapt the city's water or electricity consumption.

    To facilitate the processing of the massive amount of information, artificial intelligence (AI) complements the IoT. It analyzes complex data while applying corrective measures autonomously according to the results. It is a particularly effective technology in traffic light management and traffic control.

    Geospatial technologies also play an important role in a smart city. They collect GPS, weather and topographic data to determine the needs and constraints of a specific location, whether static or dynamic. In the long term, they can be used to develop intelligent solutions that anticipate pollution peaks and climatic phenomena, the creation of new neighborhoods or the installation of wind turbines.

    Finally, there is no smart city without information and communication technologies. They are a bridge between the population and the city, a means of accessing open data and participating in the life of the city. This includes practical apps that provide information on traffic, air quality, local merchants, heritage, etc., as well as citizen reporting applications. All of these technologies must also integrate data encryption solutions to prevent piracy, for an experience that is as effective as it is secure for the citizens of connected cities.

    23 Jan
    Categories Non classé

    The Communauté de communes du Massif du Vercors wanted a tool that would reinforce the attractiveness of its territory and facilitate the daily life of its inhabitants and tourists. The Vercors Inside mobile application brings together numerous functionalities and serves as a communication tool between all the actors of the territory. The strong point of this application is the transmission of information related to the stations in real time.

    Vercors Inside offers different services and very precise modules, which allow a real time communication between the elected officials, the inhabitants and the tourists. These services are also innovative and enhance the territory while allowing everyone to anticipate their trips in the region.

    • First of all, there are the local news, which are updated in real time on the application and allow each user to be informed quickly and easily.

    • An agenda lists current and upcoming events on the territory, with the possibility of filtering them by date or by theme.

    • The weather of each station is displayed on the home screen, and it is possible to know the details of the snow weather or the opening of the slopes.

    • Useful phone numbers and contacts are also provided: emergency services, doctors, pharmacies and paramedical professionals.

    • The "Protect the Vercors" module offers different services: a guide to the rules to respect in the mountains, a sorting and recycling guide that indicates each collection point in a list or on a map, and suggestions for eco-gestures to be used on the territory. 

    • All the businesses and activities in the region are also listed in the application, with the possibility of filtering them by category and theme to facilitate the search. 

    • Finally, the "Mobility" module lists all the modes of transport and access to the region as well as their schedules and contacts if necessary. Information about road works and closed roads are also listed.

    Vercors Inside is a complete and innovative mobile application, it serves as a daily tool for residents and tourists to keep informed easily and quickly.  

    You can download the application for free from the Android and Apple stores, try it!

    20 Dec
    Categories Non classé

    The Centre Hospitalier d'Avignon called on Sweepin to develop the HospiGuide mobile application, which allows patients and visitors to guide themselves through the 120,000 square meter facility.

    The app allows people to be guided from their home to their hospital appointments first with a GPS system to the hospital and then with Sweepin's indoor positioning system within the building. This technology allows visitors to know in real time if they are going in the right direction. Using its sensors, the phone delivers instructions to follow and becomes a smart compass inside the hospital.
    HospiGuide also gives patients the ability to find all their medical appointments updated in real time if they change.
    Of course, the application is completely secure and does not store any information about users' location or medical data.

    Without this mobile application, it is also possible to guide oneself in the hospital thanks to the multiple QR codes displayed in several strategic places of the building. Once scanned, they allow users to establish an itinerary after selecting their destination from a list and to be guided by instructions.

    The HospiGuide application can be downloaded for free on the Android and Apple stores!

    They talked about it!

    La Provence : https://bit.ly/3Wvp9Di 
    Le Dauphiné : https://bit.ly/3HQqxwf