For nearly 10 years, the Metropole of Nice has begun its digital transformation. Today, the Metropole is one of the most “connected” in France and was elected 4th Smart City in the World.
The Metropole has been able to rely on public partners such as local authorities or the University of Côte d’Azur, which won IDEX 2016, as well as private and industrial players and its rich ecosystem of start-ups.
The Metropolis is particularly ambitious in the face of territorial problems: for example, it has set itself the goal of improving energy efficiency by 20% by 2020.
MOBILITE & SMART CITY
Propose connection solutions for places less connected to the transmission network
Monitor quality of service of networks using qualitative and quantitative key indicators
Integrating best practices and technological knowledge in urban mobility
Identify the best methods for rewarding the implementation of innovative practices
Propose sustainable mobility solutions that encourage the citizen to be an actor in the environment
Implement sustainable solutions for a significant reduction in energy consumption
LIFE QUALITY, HEALTH AND
La Metropole Nice Côte d’Azur is positioning itself as an explorer of the great innovations e-health of the moment, at the service of the teams.
The population of the metropolis is aging: among its 550,000 inhabitants, only 16% are under 15 years old, compared with 28% over 60 years (23% on average for France). Moreover, Europe by 2050 will have the same demographic components as the Metropole today. With this in mind, Métropole has positioned itself as a central player in health innovations, one of its three priority research and development channels.
The presence on its territory of the INSERM, the health research center, the CNR Santé et CIU Santé is an ecosystem of actors Innovations to support the evolution of uses and services to patients.
Rapid developments in IoT are creating a new digital reality that needs to be taken into account, transforming the way users use health services, preventive medicine and individual health care