Smart City Services platform development is on good tracks

Smart City Services news

On the 21st of October, 15 students started experimenting with the Smart City Guide app in Brest for 4 weeks. A second version will be experimented again by 15 students from the 20th of November. ImaginLab recruited the students and supplied them with android smartphones. The city of Brest supported the platform by supplying a lot of content, about 30 sources have been integrated and aggregated to offer a rich user experience. Initial feedback shows real interest for the application.

In Berlin, Fraunhofer FOKUS tested the Smart City Web App during the IFA. Visitors to FOKUS booth were recruited to test and rate the app. The feedback to the app was also positive and improvements resulted from the tests are now implementing.

The Smart City Services platform submitted three challenges for the hackathon held during the NEM Summit. The hackers took up the challenges and proposed some creative ideas.


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