Our initiative aims to recognize, to incubate and to reward the efforts of IT students in the crystallization of their technological projects in order to meet the major challenges that society is now facing.
Without question, the COVID crisis has engendered one of the most signiﬁcant disruptions of human society in modern history. Nearly every aspect of life has been transformed – from the way we socialize, dress, move, meet, play, travel, learn and eat, to the way we work, trade, prospect, shop, consume and collaborate.
And as the virus continues to surge and resurge, this massive societal transformation continues. In parallel, on the horizon is a force majeure that is threatening the very survival of human civilization: the climate crisis. Taken together, these converging, menacing forces demonstrate that our societies need a fundamental reboot – by design, now.
Through the acceleration of digital innovation we can help our societies to adjust, to adapt, to mobilize, to solidarize, to protect, to persist and, ultimately, to overcome. We can thus transform the current crisis into a force for hope, a force for change.
We at Berger-Levrault know that change is possible. During our more than five centuries of existence, our company helped French society to facilitate one of the most important reboots in human history: the transition to democracy.
Join us today and help us be the change we need.
We welcome projects related to every sector of the Smart City domain: IoT, the environment, education, health care and social services, government and public services, urban management, transportation and mobility, culture and tourism, telecommunications, e-commerce, etc.
1st PRIZE was attributed to Connect from EPITECH Barcelona. This project is a digital platform that centralizes and analyzes data streams and aggregates key performance metrics in order to provide a simple but multi-functional and real-time ‘smart-city’ dashboard to municipal leaders. This tool enables them to better define their needs, reduce costs and optimize essential city and citizen services. Watch Video
PRIZE went to WeCare from
ESILV Leonard de Vinci. With a view to providing better care to
homeless populations, this digital platform centralizes all data
concerning outreach initiatives and actions from all socially
oriented actors (private and public) in order to maximize
transparency, increase efficiency and thus, harmonize
3rd PRIZE was awarded to InnovAbeille from ECE Paris. Engaged in
the urgent fight to protect endangered bee populations, this
project’s connected beehive uses sensors and AI algorithms to
provide accessible and relevant real-time data enabling beekeepers
to provide optimal care for and protection to their colonies. In
addition, as a veritable turnkey solution, InnovAbeille aims to
render apiculture accessible to everyone and thus to facilitate
the growth of beekeeping in urban areas.