Designed to meet the needs of city infrastructure operators, goes beyond data aggregation to provide efficiency for urban environments and helps engage with citizens:
Connected street lighting management gives cities more control over the entire street lighting grid, saving more energy and improving maintenance and repair scheduling & reducing fixed costs.
Traffic controllers and cameras connected to Livin’ can ease traffic flow in urban areas. The platform’s built-in intelligence changes the red-to-green cycle, easing congestion and informing drivers in real time.
Connected cameras and Livin’ intelligence contribute to improved road safety, maintaining public order, and quicker responses to emergencies.
Connected touch screens, quick-stop terminals and panels showing parking availability connected to Livin’ can be coordinated to smooth traffic, reduce search times and decrease traffic pollution.
Livin’ can be connected to environmental sensors to measure air quality and alert citizens to peaks in real time, but also measure patterns over time and make changes to traffic and events accordingly.
Connected charging stations detect the type of vehicles available and select the appropriate charging patterns, but also analyze patterns so that the whole base can be remotely managed and automatically updated.
Livin’ can be adapted to include 3D city models to simulate and visualize any kind of urban data, letting you share information among city utility providers to plan infrastructure more efficiently and cost effectively.
Variable message signs can be connected separately or as part of a traffic management solution to help ease travel times, keep citizens informed about events and traffic in real time and share messages from the city.
Vincent Vandenberge, Lead for Livin' Global Platform
At ENGIE, we have been working hand-in-hand with cities for decades. That’s why we decided to address one of their newest but most important concerns: how to rationalize existing infrastructure operations and planning for future development. We designed Livin’ as a scalable tool to store and analyse data in order to monitor and command infrastructure. It also offers city operators the most complete possible vision of their area through high value-added algorithms.Read More
Livin' does not replace existing teams or systems: it enhances infrastructure management through data aggregation and algorithmic analysis. Livin’ centralizes every available type of georeferenced data to analyse, display and share information in an integrated open-data platform. It is a cloud-based, open and cross-functional platform and operating system that is compliant with major international norms and standards including RGPD.
Livin’ is designed to address many city concerns. Beyond optimizing the functioning of existing infrastructures, our teams work with you on solutions that allow cities to manage their development with predictive tools to plan for demographic change and, for example, to choose where to open a school or set up a hospital. It is an on-going process that creates exciting opportunities for smart cities.
Developing Livin' involves working together with cities, public officials and residents to identify critical needs in areas like travel, safety, systems maintenance, traffic flow and land management more generally.
Cities around the world, no matter their size or region, are very much focused on sustainability, energy efficiency and lower costs. Livin' allows for targeted investment and savings to be made in better using existing infrastructure stock.
Livin' is the result of intensive collaboration between ENGIE teams with in-depth knowledge of your local area and land management, and ENGIE Digital, who bring their specialized expertise in data science.
"Niterói is a great example of a smart city.
Thanks to ENGIE's technology, we are advancing sustainable mobility."
"Thanks to the partnership with ENGIE, effective solutions for these issues will be found. This new management of urban space will help to preserve our living environment and our appeal, and above all better meet the expectations of our users."