Le patrimoine est aujourd'hui partout, au fondement même de l'identité des territoires. Aménager l'espace en préservant le "déjà-là" est une préoccupation croissante des...
Heritage is today everywhere, at the very foundation of regional identities. Developing the space while preserving the "already there" is a growing concern of citizens, relayed by their elected officials.
The development and transmission of this regional heritage is the work of a long-term project, led by elected officials, residents, technicians and associations. And to support their efforts, special partners in the shape of urban planning agencies intervene with a single objective: to project around regional heritage in a relationship that’s calmed and adapted to the lifestyles of today.
Health issues related to waste and wastewater around storm-water disposal have been included in the remit of the project. To strengthen technical capacities in the field of sanitation and hydraulic expertise, a management training programme has been set up in partnership between ENGEES (Ecole Nationale du Génie de l'Eau et de l'Environnement de Strasbourg) and the Institut Universitaire de Technologie (IUT) de Douala.
Developing an “Urban BIM” data valorisation strategy: the digital avatar of the city at the centre of a multi-scale process, ranging from building BIM to territorial BIM, industrialising the use of data around third-party services. This approach opens up a new dimension in the management and visualisation of territorial data. The multi-scale approach helps us to better conceive the urban environment, understand the integration of buildings into complex environments (smart grids and eco-districts) and cross-check data (urban and building scale). The multi-domain approach enables the modelling of estate management, socio-demographic data, data on transport and networks.
CheckMyCity enables a city’s digital maturity to be assessed and the level of harmony between services offered to citizens and the DNA and political priorities of the local authority to be highlighted. This diagnosis makes it possible to quickly identify new ideas for services and directions for digital development. It is a tool designed to support reflection and decision making.
ASSETS OF THE DIAGNOSIS
- A corpus of more than 300 questions on 18 themes covering the city’s jurisdiction as a whole.
- A 360-degree view of the city’s digital development.
- A modular diagnosis with variable geometry according to the context.
Prediction of the impact of urbanization and climate change on ecosystemic services (water and soil)
Astuce & Tic is a unique network of experts bringing together scientific researchers, economists and engineers specializing in agronomy, water and soil resources, and information technology.
Thanks to models available for spatial and dynamic simulation of the environment, Astuce & Tic brings a dimension of prospection, which is indispensable for decision-making tools in order to anticipate and minimize foreseeable effects of territorial development policies along with the integration of climate change impacts. It is a tool to assist public authorities and stakeholders of a given territory towards decision making.
This fact sheet is part of a series on innovative solutions for the sustainable city dedicated to circular economy.
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- La définition du cahier des charges de la méthode à partir des analyses et des données disponibles, des domaines et leviers d’...
The consortium federating the CSTB, Elioth, l’Alliance HQE-GBC, Efficacity, Effinergie, Certivéa, l’Association BBCA and Atlantech recently won the call for research projects during ADEME’s 4th edition of: «Towards responsible buildings before 2020».
Quartier E+C-, the winning project, aims to develop and test a carbon energy assessment method at the neighbourhood level.
The project will revolve around three stages:
- The definition of the method specifications based on available analyses and data, the areas and levers of actions required to evaluate existing projects and tools or methodologies, by Efficacity, Effinergie and the HQE – GBC Alliance by the beginning of 2019;
- The elaboration of the method: on this basis, CSTB, which coordinates the whole project and ensures its scientific coherence, will initiate the development of an evaluation method in parallel with the collection of the data necessary for its application; a definition of the relevant and realistic performance targets according to the context (climate, uses, density, existing infrastructures, temporality, costs...) will be driven by Elioth;
- Implementation of the methodology developed on pilot projects and capitalization of the feedback will be coordinated by Certivéa.
This method will be tested on 8 pilot projects.