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Connecting the city to its citizens’ digital needs – that's what politics is all about.

The project

To help Issy-les-Moulineaux local authority communicate with its citizens, in the street and online. To improve access to innovation and local information for all.

The ambition

To help establish the authority’s image as a digital city with a cutting-edge, innovative mindset.

Our response Our stance

Broad digital support

We have been working on a series of innovative projects with Issy-les-Moulineaux local authority for a number of years, seeking to bring digital to all through a social, customisable website, mobile and tablet apps, and others besides.

A joint project: the first Google Glass app dedicated to tourism and culture in Europe

We worked with the local authority to develop a fun, immersive tour of Fort d’Issy and the surrounding eco-district. Visitors don a Google Glass device and access historical and guidance information throughout the tour. The app showcases the new district, where the emphasis is on sustainable development and innovative technologies.

Understanding local residents’ needs Regardless of the system or device, the most important thing was to provide useful information and a solution that could be used easily by people of all ages. Our first task was therefore to gather information and organise it in a way that made it easier for local residents to find – both on the website and in the Google Glass app. 

Showcasing services The aim was to simplify administrative tasks and provide online services (downloadable forms, etc.) local information and geolocation capability to make citizens’ lives easier.

 Identifying key points of interest Our priority was to identify key local points of interest to bring digital technologies into local residents’ day to day lives (e.g. Schools, sports facilities, news, housing, local services, etc.).

The result
A cultural, citizen-centric digital strategy that reflects Issy-les-Moulineaux local authority’s commitment to civic participation.
Eric Legale
Managing Director, Issy Media
Giving citizens the chance to try out innovative new technologies
This innovative new service is a natural continuation of the digital strategy introduced by Mayor André Santini. It is based on a few simple rules: anticipating future practices and giving citizens the chance to try out innovative new technologies for themselves.This Google Glass app will allow visitors to perceive things that they cannot see with the naked eye. It brings augmented reality to the general public.
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