Capturing mobility to change behavior

Use of urban infrastructures to measure and direct mobility in order to reduce traffic-related pollution in real time


  • Mobility
Aerial photo of a main road @ DR

Information of the project

dates: From 15 Dec 2017 to 15 May 2020

Place of experimentation: Asnieres-sur-Seine

Number of partners: 2

Number of solutions tested: 3

As part of the creation of AIRLAB, Citelum, a subsidiary of the EDF group, will test a prototype of connected street furniture to measure mobility in real time.

A player committed to creating a more sustainable city, Citelum is now implementing all its know-how in terms of smart lighting and connected services to support Airparif in its policy of improving air quality in Ile- of France.

The innovative system relies on urban infrastructure (lighting, traffic lights, cameras, etc.) equipped with the latest generation image sensors to measure the movement of the various players in the city (vehicles, bicycles, pedestrians, etc.). The data collected will be combined with data from Airparif air quality monitoring and processed via the MUSE® urban space management platform, developed by Citelum. These results will enable decision-makers and planners to define corrective actions and change infrastructures and behaviors. 

Through this pilot project, Citelum and its ecosystem of innovative partners in the fields of networks and connected objects, intend to actively participate in the environmental and health objectives of the Regional Plan for air quality "Changeons d'air en Ile de France ".

More information :

Carrier of the project

Name of the organization : Citelum

Name of the contact : Martin Manzi, Innovation Manager.

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