Franck Moine, CEO of Winnovation, tells us about this technology watch unit of the Bouygues Group
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This is a world first: VSL, Bouygues Construction' subsidiary, is launching LEDsPLAY®, turning cable-stayed bridges into giant 3D screens. Combining a LED stay-cable system and artistic services, VSL helps cities entertain people through the creation of an iconic must-to-see.
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Mickaël Suchanek, Smart City Business Development Manager at Bouygues Energies & Services, presents the “AuthenTIC” Smart City project for Le Grand Dijon (Greater Dijon urban community).
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A key player in urban planning, Bouygues Construction is interested in the new practices that will be implemented in the cities of the future.