Now more than ever, Bouygues Construction uses shared innovation to keep making its construction sites safer and more efficient.
Smart cities will have to be transparent and inclusive
Living labs are good for your health!
Monday April 15th, 2019
Experiencing smart cities
Whether you call it a smart city, a connected city or, even better, a smart region, digitalisation is primarily all about improving and offering new services to citizens and then to the persons behind local policies in order to allow them to run the city more effectively.
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