Using Artificial Intelligence to improve people’s well being in Cities

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Cities are lagging behind in terms of efficiency, sustainability and livability. We believe in a global approach based on data and artificial intelligence to understand the complexity of cities and provide useful informations to city service providers.

Our goal

Improve the user experience of Cities to make sure people enjoy the real world more by understanding the impact of their environment on their behaviour and feelings.

Our approach

Quantify the real world and use Artificial Intelligence to understand the link between urban design and people’s behaviors and feelings

Our solution

A software platform that enables local governments and private companies to operate their services more efficiently and city planners to design more livable Cities.

A technology to serve every City

We believe in technological products to improve the organization of cities and the life of everyone.


Improve the user experience of bike-shared users by anticipating demand and adjusting system rebalancing.


Improve public and private places by objectively anticipating sources of comfort and discomfort (cleanliness, security, beauty…).


Introduce smart parking by anticipating illegal parking areas and providing a parking assistance tool for motorists.


Improve road safety by anticipating incidents and optimizing the patrols of road & motorway operators.

Who benefits from our products?

Cities and Metropolises

Real estate developers & managers

Cleaning & Street Sweeping Operators

Parking Operators

Motorway and road operators

Bike share operators

Public transport operators

Train stations and airports

They trust us

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