Thanks to the collaborative urban space management platform MUSE® developed by EDF’s subsidiary Citelum, towns can now list all of their connected equipment and manage operations undertaken by different service providers with the greatest of transparency.
Dijon Metropole, a gathering of 24 municipalities for 250,000 people in France, is using the MUSE® platform for its urban space connected management. The platform is connecting all the city’s actors to control and manage in real-time all of the municipalities’ various equipment (street lighting, traffic light systems, CCTV cameras etc.). On the platform, the city’s public services have access to information about all the infrastructures of the municipality, and can efficiently plan maintenance interventions, optimize cost management and inform their partners on the progress of their work. Thanks to MUSE®, citizens can contact the city’s public services from their mobile phone and signal any event on the streets requiring quick and coordinated management.
The platform meets the ambitions of Dijon Métropole regarding coordination, equipment management, inhabitants’ safety and urban attractiveness development.