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Innovating for access to healthcareBY ENGIE
ENGIE is seeking to identify innovative solutions for improving access to healthcare, in partnership with the Limoges Metropolitan Community and the French Tech HealthTech network.Ca m'intéresse
Startups, benefit from 2 years of incubation in Paris with Le Village by...BY ENGIE & Le Village by CA
The Village by CA Paris, in partnership with ENGIE, is offering 15 European startups the opportunity to join its incubator in Paris at reduced cost for a period of 23 months.Ca m'intéresse
Call for innovative solutions for recharging the smartphones of spectators...BY ENGIE
ENGIE is looking for solutions that will help spectators at the Roland-Garros tournament recharge their mobile phones. The tournament will take place from May 27th to June 10th, 2018.Ca m'intéresse
Ever Smarter: Japan’s Woven City, Barcelona’s Super Block, Kenya’s...
All around the world, the notion of the “smart city” is being both expanded and refined. From carless superblocks to a city being built by a car company, it’s clear that the coming decade will take the integration of technology and services to another level — where, hopefully, the design of urban spaces will put citizens first. Here is a world tour of some of the most interesting smart city projects:Ca m'intéresse
ENGIE Factory APAC partners with INSEAD Business School Singapore
On 28 Jan, ENGIE Factory APAC organised the second edition of the University Immersion program with INSEAD business school to introduce their students to what we do at ENGIE Factory in Asia Pacific to build, scale and invest in startups and individual founders to accelerate the transition to zero carbon.Ca m'intéresse
A Smart City Is Built To Serve Humans, Not To Show Off Tech
More than connected streetlights, smart cities are about connecting people — and serving them. All of the IoT, AI, Big Data, and other state-of-the-art digital tools should never be an experiment of tech for tech’s sake, but an instrument for building better public services and improve urban infrastructure.Ca m'intéresse
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