Smart Inspiration Day 2021 - A fourth edition placed under the sign of collaborations between the actors of our territories: How can collaboration contribute to the success of your Smart City approaches?

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2 online conferences
Tuesday 30 November 2021, from 10:00 à 12:00

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For this new edition of the Smart Inspiration Day, the Smart City Institute invites you to take part in inspiring conferences that will retrace the journey of two French cities in their sustainable and intelligent transition approach: Angers and Issy-les-Moulineaux. Two cities, two stories, two approaches. Through their presentation, Constance Nebbula, elected representative of the City of Angers, and Eric Legale, Managing Director of Issy Media, will share the vision, strategy and Smart City projects developed in their territory, while presenting the way in which collaboration between actors can help to enrich the reflections and the dynamics as a whole. 

The conferences

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Angers Loire Métropole's Smart Territory project From 10:00 to 11:00 - Conference with Constance Nebbula, Elected representative of the city of Angers and Angers Loire Métropole, responsible for the digital transition and the smart territory.
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Drawing on her experience within the City of Angers and Angers Loire Métropole, Constance Nebbula is proposing a conference to present the Smart City dynamic initiated by the French municipality.

During her speech, the delegate for digital transition and intelligent territory will go over the specific characteristics of the Angers area, the vision adopted and the objectives pursued.

The conference will also address the sometimes complex issue of collaboration between the public and private sectors in the context of sustainable and intelligent transitions in our territories.

 

Constance Nebbula medaillon

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By Constance Nebbula, elected representative of the city of Angers and Angers Loire Métropole, responsible for the digital transition and Smart Territory.

Since 2014, Constance Nebbula has been elected by the city of Angers and Angers Loire-Métropole as a delegate for the digital transition and the smart territory. She has also been President of Angers Technopole since 2020 and, following the regional elections of 2021, she is Vice-President of the Pays de Loire region in charge of the digital sector and President of the majority political group "Aimer et Agir pour les Pays de la Loire".

 

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Issy-les-Moulineaux : the Smart City to act in favour of climate change 11:00 to 12:00 - Conference with Eric Legale, Managing Director of Issy Media
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Issy-les-Moulineaux is a pioneer city in the digital field in France and one of the innovation centres of Greater Paris. It has built its development on the conviction that all the stakeholders in the city (local authorities, companies, universities, citizens) should be involved in order to make a success of the sustainable city. Once its digital transition is complete, the city of Issy-les-Moulineaux is adapting its method to make a success of its climate transition. It is the priority given to this strategy of adapting the city to climate change that gives meaning to the Smart City strategy deployed over the last ten years. Through examples of projects in the fields of smart grid and smart mobility, Issy-les-Moulineaux demonstrates that innovation can contribute effectively to climate action.

 

Eric Legale medaillon 

By Eric Legale, Managing Director of Issy Media, a semi-public company in charge of communication and innovation for the city of Issy-les-Moulineaux

Eric Legale has been working since 1991 with the mayor of this city in western Paris, André Santini, where he has held several positions in the Mayor's Office and in the Economic Development Department. He has been coordinating digital innovation projects since 1995 and was responsible for the development of one of the first municipal websites in 1996 and several innovative services (from electronic voting to payment of parking by mobile phone and a local application for connected speakers). He represents the city of Issy-les-Moulineaux in several international networks specialised in digital technology, as well as in European projects related to Smart Cities. He also leads the network of innovation actors in western Paris via the So Digital initiative.
 

 

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Registration

Registration is free and can be done online, via our registration form, until Sunday 28 November 2021.

Contacts and questions : If you have any questions about the conferences and/or your registration, please contact us:  


With the support of Wallonia in the framework of its Digital Wallonia programme

 

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