Connected equipment with micro-sensors set up in several locations across Aix-en-Provence collects 5 main types of data: air quality, heat islands, noise, pedestrian traffic and intelligent lighting.
The collected data is then passed to city hall with the aim of improving citizens' quality of life. It provides a pertinent view, since it is based on an assessment and the shared objectives in local urban planning policy decision-making.
Once the data has been processed, it will be shared with Aix-en-Provence residents and city users by way of experiments -artistic in particular- in the city center. These will eventually enable the development of open innovation programs to create new services or products and programs to encourage self-reliance so that citizens themselves can find solutions to the problems facing their city!