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La , est à la 9ème édition des entretiens de l’ pour nous en dire + sur sa vision sociale & sociétale de la ville de demain cc :

2️⃣ La plateformisation de notre quotidien est désormais terminée ! Analyse de ce tsunami qui a complètement bouleversé nos sociétés par :

Thank you again for having us ! Keep an eye out for my interview with Harrington Starr TV conducted by the wonderful Nadia from Women of FinTech podcast.

will be present in Lille for the MedFit exhibition ! Come and meet us on the first international business convention dedicated to innovation partnership in the medical technology.

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: are still nervous about partnering with providers in 2019. Will you step up and make it your opportunity? Find our insights on and in the full report at

Nous recherchons une qui vise à construire un futur durable pour l'accompagner dans son 💪🏻 ! Pourquoi pas vous ? 🚀 Inscrivez-vous ! ➡️

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Systems for denim & casual wear? Come visit our booth today and don't miss out on anything!

The world of lighting and telecommunications converged spectacularly yesterday. We launched a new range of systems! Branded , it means secure, reliable and high-speed internet through your lights! Read more here:

Legacy in Canada can't keep waiting anymore. New has come to stay and the consumers are used to convenient technologies.

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Now that we’re all fully into the idea of having a smart home 🏠, the next step is personalization. Silk Lab has designed a system that can recognize each person 🙋 living in a household, learning what they like and don’t like.
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Sense uses artificial intelligence 🤖 to detect a person’s presence, voice, and gestures and can be used to control appliances like lights 💡 and sound 🔊 systems. People can also take a look at their home on their phone 📱 using Sense’s secure video feed. The company successfully raised over $150,000 💰 and plans to start delivering Sense to customers later this year.
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A Hobby Comes in Handy: NYPA Engineer Uses Ingenuity and Home 3D Printer to Overcome Sensor Deployment Obstacle

Detecting mechanical issues early is critical to reliability, and the New York Power Authority (NYPA) has been a leader in rolling out sensors to track vibrations, power loads, emissions and other data points that help it proactively manage its assets. When sensor installation hit a roadblock in Southeast New York (SENY), one NYPA engineer used ingenuity – and a home-assembled 3D printer – to help deliver a cost-effective solution.

NYPA has installed specialized probes at its SENY gas turbine generators to detect small anomalies before they escalate into problems and disrupt operations. Most of these generators came with predesigned hardware available for easy sensor installation, but two turbines with a unique design lacked standard mounting hardware for a bracket to hold the sensor.

NYPA engineers considered temporary workaround options, but decided on a permanent solution to hold the probe in place. “We want everything available continuously,” said Eugene Szpynda, regional lead engineer from the project delivery group in Operations Support Services. “Having the probe there all the time gathering data allows us to constantly monitor for potential anomalies.”

Instead of requesting design assistance from the vendor installing the sensors, Szpynda got creative. “Around that time, I had purchased a 3D printer at home, and was working on projects of my own,” he said. “I thought this would be a neat thing to try out.”

The SENY in‑city site teams took advantage of a planned outage to take measurements, which Szpynda used to design a 3‑inch x 6‑inch x 2-inch bracket in a 3D modeling program. He produced a prototype on his home 3D printer, and after a few rounds of tweaks, arrived at a working design. “3D printing really enables this iterative ‘fail fast’ methodology. It means we can quickly create cheap prototypes, and if they don’t work, we can quickly iterate to address any problems,” he said.

Szpynda sent his design drawing to the vendor to have the part manufactured. “We paid for the probe itself but were able to avoid the costs of additional measurements, bracket design and prototyping,” he said. But for him, the project’s real value was not in dollars saved. “The biggest gain from this was working directly with the folks at the site. There’s camaraderie – you’re getting people engaged in the process,” he said.

“This is about thinking outside of the box, about finding something out there to try to use to do your job better,” Szpynda said.


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Rock it Green a pour but d’encourager le public des festivals de musiques actuelles à adopter un comportement éco-responsable. Via une application géo localisée, le festivalier doit relever des défis en se rendant à des points clés sur le site. À chaque étape du jeu de piste, l’utilisateur est amené à amasser des récompenses tangibles tout en apprenant sur l’histoire, l’environnement, les valeurs du festival. Sa récolte lui permet en fin de parcours de participer à une oeuvre collective interactive et numérique. Pour conclure l’expérience, l’application dresse un bilan personnalisé sous forme de data visualisation de l’impact écologique de ses actions sur le festival. Ce parcours semi-guidé s’appuie sur 3 axes majeurs : la création d’énergie durable, le tri des déchets sur place et la consommation de produits locaux.

dispositif transmédia : application mobile, badges + QR codes, totems, oeuvre interactive collective

Talk - The role of geography in the complex diffusion of innovations

Type: Invited Talk

Where: Sony CSL Paris

When: 19 June 2019 at 12.00

Being a major form of online innovation, social media platforms emerge, diffuse across large populations; while many of them fail the competition for users, and sometimes eventually disappear. In this paper, rich empirical patterns of spatial diffusion and churn are illustrated at an unprecedented scale and over the full life-cycle of a social media app. For the first time in the literature, we evaluate the spatial accuracy of a theory-driven network-based innovation diffusion model with empirical data. In order to improve the predictive power of contagion models at the local level, we combine most recent empirical approaches of city science and geographical social networks in laying out the directions of model correction.

why you should care about design

To most people, the ideas of design and engineering seem like some magic that happens behind closed doors, performed only by people with high educations and high salaries

However, here we’ll learn a little bit about how we’ve gone from this

to this

First, let’s talk about a little bit of background information:

Lets assume products are designed to help people (in a perfect world), and to help people, you must understand, well, PEOPLE. In short


Thats it. Thats the whole basis of product engineering, build something to achieve a goal. And make it efficient!

Okay, so now that we know the goal, how do we get from acknowledging a problem to creating a fully designed and functional product that people use?

Well, it takes a lot of gathering information and reflecting before anything can happen. Were gonna talk about some fancy words for a minute but bear with me:

  • Usability- the degree to which something is able or fit to be used

We can test how easy or difficult a product is to use by testing many people’s experience with it. This is called usability testing. In fact, some people’s careers are just testing usability and quality of products for companies. One of the ways we test usability is through user research.

  • User Research-  understanding user behaviors, needs, and motivations through observation techniques, task analysis, and other feedback methodologies.

Basically, the process of collecting data about possible users. Sometimes this looks like one on one research, such as a usability test, or looking at masses of data to analyze peoples needs thought things like surveys, censuses, and experiments. 

This helps us to learn a little bit about the overall experience of the product, the broader environmental contexts, user struggle areas, and efficiency. 

Last word to learn: 

  • Ideation- to generate and communicate ideas about products through visual representations (usually drawing/ prototyping)

this is the part where you start to draw out ideas for products that solve the problem at hand. 

Heres an ideated image of a wheelchair that has many different amenities like an X-box screen and subwoofers. While not everything in this drawing is perfect and planned out, it achieves some goal the designer had, and communicates their ideas. 

From here, countless rounds of product testing, ideation, and prototyping will be done until a product is manufactured and available to users. 

Finally, here is a small list of some guidelines of design to keep in mind:

  1. Accessibility: Is my product accessible to a wide range of users?
  2. Constraints: Are there parts of my design that are physically impossible to accomplish given the technology and resources available?
  3. Privacy- Am I respecting my users privacy in the development and the execution of my product?

This process is not simply a one and done deal. The way that we got from hard to use, ancient wheelchairs to modern wheelchairs is through constant design improvement! Because we are always learning more about people’s needs, and we are constantly coming up with better ideas improve products!

The future could hold something greater! 

You are impacted by every single product that you use in your everyday life. We know this because as users, we HATE it when a product is difficult to use. 

Question design choices made about the products you use, and your ideas, too, can contribute to future of design! We never know what it could hold…


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