SUSTAINABLES PLACES03/10/2014Christian TORDO, Metropolitan CouncillorChairman of the Economic Development Commission
Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, An international city, a few facts & figures • 5th largest city of France • 49 communes • 550 000 inhabitants • 160 nationalities • 220 000 jobs • 55 000 companies • 35 000 students • 16 international schools • 2nd international airport of France • 105 direct flights to 35 countries • 20 daily flights to London • 34 daily flights to Paris • 1 direct daily flight to New York & Dubai • 2nd destination for congresses in France • 3rd European airport for business (after Le Bourget & Geneva)
Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, An evolving Métropole • A territory engaged in a new development strategy • An economy historically based on tourism • But now a strategy of consolidation and sectoral diversification: • Tourism and business tourism • Health • Mobility • New technologies • Risk management • Sustainable and green technologies • Positioning the territory as interconnected and sustainable through the deployment of innovative projects as we shall see in the following slides… • Establishing long term partnerships with public and private operators such as IBM, CISCO, SCHNEIDER,ORANGE, ALSTOM, EDF, SUEZ, VEOLIA…
Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, A budding eco-exemplary and sustainable area • Eco-Vallée: a new and diverse land offer for companies, business and innovation • Grand Arenas: international business center • Nice Méridia: urban technopolis • A new international business district in immediate proximity to Nice Côte d’Azur International Airport, Grand Arénas is the new location for decision-makers in the services sector. • 51 hectares • 680 000 sqm of building land capacity • 1 350 housing units • 75 000 sqm exhibition park project • Nice Airport multimodal transport hub • Nice Méridia urban technopolis is a new development dedicated to technological activities, research and education, set to act in synergy with the skills prevalent at Sophia Antipolis. • 26 hectares for the 1st operational sector • 320 000 sqm of building land capacity • 2 100 housing units
Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, Leading the way: smart gridsprojects in the Plaine du Var • Reflexe : • New electrical network project in partnership with Veolia, Alstom, Sagemcom, Supelec & INES • Control of consumption, production and storage of energy • Smoothing the energy load in 20 buildings • Nice Grid : • Large photovoltaic power generation: 3 MWc • Partnership with EDF, ERDF, DAIKIN, SAFT etc. • Over 1 500 homes in CARROS equipped with smart meters to save energy • €30m budget • 2 MW electrical storage
Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, A pioneer in electric car sharing • 1st city in France to promote this innovative scheme of self sharing electric car system • Over 4 500 regular users • 2 900 reservations for the month of May 2013 • Over 1 300 000 km covered and 135 000 hours of use • 70 stations set up • 210 vehicules in use
Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, A leader in Near Field Communication (NFC) Employment • Over 10 000 monthly connections • 1st in Europe to deploy in 2010 NFC technology which enables thousands of Nice citizens to use contactless technology for transportation, shopping or for cultural visits… Culture / Tourism Transports Trade : Payment / Loyalty 2000 shops already equipped A new service to facilitate job search
Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, A new initiative: « smart parking » • 2000 vehiculesensorstoday, 10 000 long term • 1 mobile application ‘Nice City Pass’ : • Since March 2013, an intelligent parking system thatallowseach driver to identify, in real time, availability close to its location via the application available on all smartphones. • Information on public transport • Payment • Touchscreenmultimedia kiosks to replace parking meters : • Different parking payment modes (cash, creditcards, NFC) • Information on the city • Information on public transport
Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, Urban monitoring experimentation in Cagnes • 120 sensors deployed in Cagnes-sur-mer • 3 primary aims : • Saving resources and energy • Monitoring the environment • Risk management Water Waste Management Public irrigation Environment
Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, …the Internet of Things… Experimentation in the center of town by • Over 200 sensors set up in collaboration with Cisco to develop a ‘smart neighborhood’. • Sensorsused to collect real-time data on traffic, parking, cleanliness, public lighting, air quality etc. and optimize the management of the city and offer new services for: • Environment • Public lighting • Mobility • Waste management • The crossing of all this data will enhance services in destination of: • users • the administration • and the economic world
Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, A new concept for administration: «Spot Mairie » …bringing public service closer to you… • Cabin located in a shopping center • TV adviser • Administrative paperwork • Delivery of forms and submission of applications • Reception desk – Leisure • Animation • Culture • Education • Safety and Prevention
Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, An ecosystem of R&D and care A new and innovative life science « Bio-cluster » • The National Reference Center “health at home and autonomy” • The Telemedicine Center • Gerontechnology research center • The Proton Therapy Center • The Center for Innovation in Health and Usage (CIUS) • Novel R&D platforms: Biomed at Pasteur and Archimed at Larchet • Mother-child center at Lenval • A R&D center against cancer and ageing • An Alzheimer’s institute • As one can see, the subjects of e- health and the “silver economy” are at the heart of our concerns in implementing innovative solutions using digital solutions to improve the lives of those affected.
Métrople Nice Côte d’Azur, The founder of the «Innovative City Convention» • An international event • N°1 convention for Intelligent & Sustainable Cities • Over 100 innovative exhibitors • Over 140 recognized speakers • With many conferences on varied topics such as: • What levers are needed to create better living standards for citizens worldwide (economic, ecosystem, modes of governance, etc.) • Innovation at the service of public health and social ties? • What intelligent transportation systems for sustainable mobility? • What urban strategy for territories: eco-districts, smart factories, smart buildings? • What strategies for innovation and attractiveness for territories? • What energy transition for territories and governance of Smart Grids?
Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, An attractive and competitive Métropole • 10 reasons to invest in the Métropole Nice Cote d’Azur • Connected to the entire world • A unique destination with an international reputation • A diverse real-estate offer for companies • A positioning strategy as an “interconnected smart city” • A sustainable mobility policy • A reliable investment with sound return • Competitive costs (real estate and wages) • An attractive and rising pool of skilled labour • An offer for varied housing and incomparablequality of life • A wide range of services dedicated to companies and financial support for investors