ENGIE’s solution for Angers Loire urban community
The project centres on the creation of a digital twin, a true 3D replica of the area. Using this precious digital tool, project teams will create simulations enabling them to study with precision the different urban development possibilities. These simulations will also help elected officials choose the best solution. To enhance performance and service quality, the project also involves renovating existing infrastructure, installing sensors, and integrating centralised supervision.
ENGIE is the only point of contact for the local authority, and is responsible for the energy, mobility and video protection elements of the project. We will use our LIVIN’ solution, which provides a hypervision platform that centralises all the data needed to improve public services: lighting, video protection, water and sanitation, health, green spaces, mobility, buildings, waste, etc.
We will be working in close cooperation with our three partners: SUEZ for water and waste, the mutual benefit insurance company VYV for health services and the group La Poste for data management.
Did you know?
Whether it is to adjust street lighting according to the presence of passers-by, or to provide the local authority and its residents with real-time information on the availability of parking spaces or on accidents that have occurred, sensors installed in street furniture are what makes it all happen. Find out more here!
"Our challenge was to find an industry partner to design and build the perfect model of a smart city à la française. Our aim for this smart region project is to make our public services more efficient and less costly."
Christophe Béchu, President of Angers Loire urban community
- 66% less energy used for street lighting
- 30% less water used for watering public spaces
- 20% less energy used in the city’s public buildings
* Source: https://www.angers-developpement.com/le-territoire/les-plus-du-territoire/