Five public and private partners are launching an experiment today for the development of the "Smart Data Services" platform in Le Havre, just weeks after the announcement of the results of the "Innovation Regions" call for projects for the investment program of the future (TIGA). The experiment, which is fully in line with the Le Havre Smart Port City project, is designed to deliver services in the urban and port ecosystem by enhancing data valorization.
Among the 24 winning projects in France in this 3rd State-funded investment program for the future, the agreement on the Smart Data Services platform signed today in Le Havre is a first, underlining the high level of cooperation between the five public partners (HAROPA - Port of Le Havre, Le Havre Seine Metropole) and private partners Orange, Cisco and SOGET).
Data management is one of the main features of smart cities, especially industrial and port cities. The aim of this new partnership is not only to develop and facilitate a data exchange and service delivery platform but also to set up an innovative organization dedicated to data valorization. It is expected to have a booster effect on the innovation ecosystem, in line with the Le Havre Smart Port City project.