domingo, 18 de junho de 2017

SMART CITIES: Le Monde considera projeto de Niterói um dos melhores do mundo



Niterói é destaque internacional em inovação tecnológica para a mobilidade

Mais uma vez, o Programa Niterói Inteligente e Humana, coordenado pela Secretaria Executiva da Prefeitura de Niterói, ganha destaque internacional. Desta vez, através do projeto do CCO - Centro de Controle Operacional, que teve uma distinção no segmento Mobilidade, no Smart Cities Urban Innovation Award, prêmio promovido pelo jornal Le Monde, em Singapura.

O júri, internacional, composto por 17 pessoas entre especialistas em planejamento de cidades, sociólogos e especialistas em cidades e inovação selecionou os melhores projetos entre mais de 200 nomeações de cinco continentes. Os prêmios foram concedidos no dia 02 de junho de 2017.

O Centro de Controle Operacional é uma iniciativa financiada pelo Banco Interamericano de Desenvolvimento - BID, mas integra o conjunto de ações que compõem o Programa Niterói Inteligente e Humana, que promove o uso de tecnologias para o benefício da população e da administração pública.

No mês passado, outra iniciativa incluída no Programa Niterói Inteligente e Humana, o projeto SIGEO – Sistema de Geoinformação da Prefeitura de Niterói, ganhou o primeiro prêmio na categoria Gestão Municipal, no evento internacional MundoGEO#Connect 2017, em São Paulo.

O CCO de Niterói foi concebido em conjunto com a empresa Engie e tem como objetivo a melhoria do fluxo de tráfego na cidade. Para isso prevê o monitoramento intensivo do trânsito, resposta rápida aos incidentes, controle das áreas de maior movimento de veículos da cidade e orientação dos usuários quanto às rotas alternativas de melhor tráfego.

O CCO Mobilidade está implantando “sinais inteligentes” que têm sensores para definir o tempo de abertura e de fechamento dos sinais de acordo com a quantidade de veículos que passa em cada cruzamento. Desta forma, será produzido o efeito de "ondas verdes", que permitem que o trânsito evolua com mais fluidez, evitando-se que se pare no sinal vermelho a cada esquina. Com a maior fluidez no trânsito, o tempo de deslocamento na cidade será muito menor.

Com o monitoramento constante efetuado através das câmeras, nas áreas de cruzamentos nas ruas, aumentará também a prevenção de ações criminosas nestes locais onde os veículos parados deixam seus ocupantes mais vulneráveis à ação dos bandidos. Como o projeto é integrado ao CISP – Centro Integrado de Segurança Pública, o encaminhamento de ações necessárias e identificadas através do CCO será imediato.

Vamos em frente!!!

Axel Grael



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Le Monde awards seven world prizes for Smart Cities urban innovation. Le Monde


The winners of the « Le Monde » Smart-Cities 2017 Global Innovation Awards

Le Monde awards seven world prizes for Smart Cities urban innovation. An international jury of 17 persons:- experts, city planners, sociologists, journalists, specialists in the city and in innovation – rewards the best projects from over 200 nominations from five continents. These prizes were handed in Singapore, on 2 June, at an international event organised by Le Monde at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.


Grand Prix Le MondeL’ATELIER BNP PARIBAS

  • WeCyclers, Lagos (Nigeria)
This project, developed by the company WeCyclers, aims to improve the collection of domestic waste in Nigeria, using customized bicycles, adapted for the transport and collection of domestic waste and a system of confirmation of transactions by SMS. The project thus responds to major ecological and public health issues.


Mobility Prize

  • Surtrac Intelligent Traffic, Pittsburgh (United States).
Surtrac is a system for urban traffic flow control in the city of Pittsburgh designed by the Robotics Institute at the Carnegie Mellon University. This system, equipped with artificial intelligence produces predictive data and thus enables the coordination of the traffic lights. It improves the traffic flow and on average reduces travel time by 25% and pollution by 20%.


First Accessit.

  • The Ultimate Public Transport System, Singapore.
A revolutionary public transport system based on driverless, electric vehicles.


Second Accessit:

  • Niteroi Urban Mobility Operation Center, (Brazil).
A project developed by the French firm, Engie and the city of Niteroi for the improvement of traffic flow using an innovative control centre.


Energy Prize

This firm has developed an innovative solution for the stockage of hybrid energy. This is a world first; it enables the stockage, in the form of hydrogen, of the electricity produced locally, then its restitution. Sylfen has already won the Le Monde – Smart Cities European prize this year in this category.


Two accessits ex aequo:

  • The MEU Project, Lausanne (Switzerland).
This platform, developed by the Ecole Polytechnique in Lausanne, enables the visualisation of a city’s consumption of energy, in its totality and by neighbourhood, or by building.
BeeBryte’s App., Singapore.

An application aimed at reducing consumers’ electricity bills by 40%, using a regulation system in real time and the stocking of energy.


Urban innovation prize

  • Jugnoo, Chandigarh (India)
This application, developed by the start-up Jugnoo, links bike-taxi (rickshaws) drivers and clients for transport and deliveries in 40 Indian cities. It is already used by over five million people.


First Accessit:

  • Vehicle Crowd-Sourced Infrastructure and Weather Monitoring, Pittsburgh (United States).
Device developed by Carnegie Mellon University enabling the optimum inspection of roads by means of a camera mounted on garbage trucks.


Second Accessit:

This project developed by the City of Lyon enables a considerable amount of data to be recorded in real time: temperature, CO2, the presence of people in a room, lighting, etc. with the aim of regulating the consumption of energy. Already the winner this year of Le Monde – Smart Cities European prize in this category.


Citizen participation prize

  • The walkway Project, Curridabat (Costa Rica)
Developed by the municipality in Curridabat in the context of a citizen project, this application lists the obstacles which disabled people meet in the street: poorly maintained sidewalks, missing handrails, etc.


First Accessit:

  • myResponder – mobile application on a cardiac arrest strategy, Singapore.
Mobile application enabling users to notify a hospital complex when victim of a heart attack and the location of the nearest defibrillator.


Second Accessit:

  • Ileau (Local Interventions in Environment and urban planning, Montreal (Canada).
A project for cooperation between over 40 environmental, social, regional, public or private partners aimed at reducing urban heat islands and at greening certain spaces.


Habitat Prize

Récipro-Cité is a company creating social links, which has invented a device enabling the development of co-operative activities in the sharing of materials and exchange of services amongst the inhabitants in a building or a neighbourhood, through the association Chers Voisins and a Projects House. Récipro-Cité has already won the Le Monde – Smart Cities European prize in this category.

First Accessit:

This project, developed by the architects, Arkhenspaces, proposes a new habitat model, with a considerable number of shared spaces and a customizable private sphere. Already this year’s winner of Le Monde – Smart Cities European prize in this category.

Second Accessit:

  • Vivienda social con subsidion techo, Yanamayo (Peru).
A project aimed at involving the Yanamayo peasant communities in the construction of their new homes.


Cultural Action Prize

  • Salon 1861, Montreal (Canada).
A project for the restoration of the Saint-Joseph of Montreal church, a project supported by the Quo Vadis property management company in partnership with three universities, the residents in the neighbourhood and the NGOs. The church has been converted into customizable spaces for the use of the residents: co-working spaces, restaurants, lecture rooms or performance spaces, social entrepreneurship, etc.

First Accessit:

  • iDiscover App and Map, Hong Kong (China)
Application developed by the Urban Discovery company targeting tourists in search of authenticity.


Second Accessit:

A new museum enabling the visitor to enjoy the world of wine with the aid, in particular, of a smart, multi-media device.


Members of the Jury: Francis Pisani (President), Benjamin Blandin, Pilar Conesa, Karine Dognin-Sauze, ­Véronique Fournier, Vincent Giret, Martine Jacot, Francis Jutand, Claire Legros, Lydia Lim, Bruno Marzloff, Marion Moreau, John Rossant, Gwendolyn Regina, Saskia Sassen, Michel Sudarkis, Louis Treussard.

Fonte: Le Monde









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