The city of Issy-les-Moulineaux has been selected as part of two new innovation projects further strengthening the City in its avant-garde role in the city of tomorrow.
The first project, C2JN (Cloud Continuum & Digital Twins), implemented as part of France Relance and funded by the BPI, aims to analyze car traffic around the Issy-Val de Seine district and then propose improvements to make this district more fluid strong economic activity. The project will go through different stages. The first being the collection of data via those already accessible in open data provided by the City’s partners coupled with data collected on site by beacons installed during the project. Then, this data will be used by the technical partners of the C2JN project to simulate traffic as part of a digital twin, a sort of duplicate of the neighborhood recreated on a computer. Recommendations will subsequently emerge from this project to improve the general circulation of Issy-Val de Seine.
The C2JN project will run for 2 years until June 2024.
The City of Issy-les-Moulineaux, via Issy Média, its semi-public company responsible for communication and innovation, has also won a second project, funded by the European Union as part of its Horizon program Europe. The project ArtCast 4D aims to rely on the collections of the French Playing Card Museum to develop, in collaboration with young people from Isséens and the Clavim, various cultural activities combining playing cards and video games. The goal of the project is to develop new ways of appropriating culture, especially for the younger generations who will be the driving force of this project. Indeed, one of the activities of the project will be the creation of a card game application based on the permanent collection of the museum by young people between 15 and 18 years old supervised by professionals involved in the framework of ArtCast 4D. This application will then be coupled with the technology developed within the framework of the project which will make it possible, in certain places in the City, to see the card played on a smartphone or tablet displayed in life-size on the wall, thus making card battles more lively. between friends.
The ArtCast 4D project, which began in September for a period of 3 years, will also strengthen Issy’s cooperation with its British twin in Hounslow, through an exchange of artists with its center for artistic creation.