Parkoview (now Upciti) at the Vivatech 2019 trade fair.

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Invited by Bouygues Energies & Services, Parkoview (now Upciti) presented its solutions from 16 to 18 May 2019 at the Palais des Expositions at Porte de Versailles in Paris. Located in the Hall of Tech, the theme chosen by Bouygues for this fourth global meeting of startups and major groups was “Give life to progress”.

It was in this spirit that the Parkoview teams presented to professionals and to the general public their solutions for building more desirable and sustainable towns. While the questions from professionals in the Smart City and Smart Retail ecosystem were largely about algorithms and applications, visitors wanted to know if the solution was available in their own town! An opportunity for Parkoview (now Upciti) to answer questions during pitching sessions, and to talk about future projects (Sète, Nevers, Dreux, etc.).

Among the highlights of this 2019 edition were the warm welcome and high-level discussions both with the Bouygues teams and other startups invited by the group, and with visitors. We will also remember the awards following collaboration in various projects in association with Pierre-Adrien NADAL (Colas – Aximum).

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