With climate change and the digital revolution, territories need to adapt and anticipate the needs of their citizens. The digital transformation of territories is linked to the idea of the digital city, mobility and transport, as well as smart energy management. These are the main issues that territories and citizens face on a daily basis.
- Organize recurring moments of convergence between territories and companies to allow a real constructive dialogue between expressed needs and proposed solutions
- Decompartmentalize data between companies and territories to facilitate access to information
- Value each successful experimentation to allow it to become a concrete project whose business model has been tested and validated to allow the greatest number of people to benefit from it
- Ensure a real capacity to scale up
Systematic’s Territories Stake will help create connected territories that respect the environment, by focusing on:
- Energy, energetic and environmental transition
- Mobility/Transportation, intelligent and sustainable, traffic management
- The quality of our air
- Urban metabolism
- The territory of trust
Citizens, who are increasingly connected today, will be able to be fully involved in these new territories.
- Animate the ecosystem with frequent networking and co-reflection on topics
- Present concrete technical solutions
- Facilitate the access to data by creating a platform (mobility and energy)
- Facilitate the emergence of projects
- Support territories and companies facing the changing legal frameworks
Eric LAMENDOUR, BIM & Digital Solutions Director and Commercial Buildings Market Director, Engie
President of the Territories Stake
With climate change and the digital revolution, territories need to adapt, anticipate and respond to citizens’ needs.
The digital transformation of territories is linked to the idea of the digital city, mobility and transport, intelligent energy management as well as the trustworthiness of the territory itself.
Systematic’s Territories Stake proposes new ways to meet the needs expressed by the territories. This objective aims above all to improve urban metabolism and sustainability and thus to optimize the attractiveness of territories.
By responding to the use cases and needs of partner territories, the Territories Stakeenables the best technologies and solutions to emerge, working in particular on the management of territorial data for mobility and energy, bio-waste recycling, the circular economy in a logic of urban metabolism, multimodality of the last kilometer, and the territory of trust.
Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, evolution of mobility, development of short circuits, development of the local economy, improvement of the living environment are all challenges that the Territories Stakeis taking up now !
BIM & Digital Solutions Director and Commercial Buildings Market Director, Engie
Eric Lamendour, BIM & Digital Solutions Director at ENGIE, joined the group in 2005. After a first experience of 5 years in the chemical industry, he spent almost 12 years in the High-Tech sector (CATV, Telecom, Data Center) to focus on the issues of service integration, energy management and digital transformation of corporate real estate. Eric Lamendour has held several General Management or Development Management positions (Dow Chemical, JCDecaux and Completel). Eric Lamendour has a degree in Chemical and Computer Engineering. He also followed a professional journalism course at the CFPJ.
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