Citiviz

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Citiviz creates smart urban mobility applications & ecosystems for citizens, experts and stakeholders. We like sharing ideas about innovative transportation solutions and sustainable cities!

We develop computing and geo-visualization solutions for urban intelligence, spatio-temporal monitoring and decision making. Citiviz is specialized on urban transportation and innovative mobility for sustainable cities. Three products are commercialized: Parking Monitoring, Shared Mobility Monitoring, and Advanced Graph/Spatial Computing Platform. Citiviz offers also advanced ICT and GIS consulting and training. We are a great team of experienced and quick study engineers and high-end business developers!

Citiviz is delivering business intelligence products and ecosystems for urban mobility, contributing to the next generation of intelligent cities. Our solutions and expertise are used by multinationals, enterprises, SMEs, public institutions, professionals and experts, academics, and R&D organizations. Our clients are mainly located in Switzerland, France, Scotland and United Kingdom. Citiviz’ ecosystem and knowledge help them in solving complex problems and in answering urgent needs related to transportation, urban & regional planning, architecture, environmental engineering and economics.

Citiviz, founded in 2012, is a spin-off from Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne – Geographic Information Systems Lab. Over the last 10 years, Citiviz and its international R&D partners have completed different projects in various countries: Québec City, Barcelona, Genève, Portugal, Bagdad, Winterthur, Ljubljana, Nice Côte d’Azur, Lausanne, etc. Based on the solutions produced, these projects were looking on building better knowledge for actions related to transportation, economic development & management, urban planning and humanitarian crisis analysis.

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Fathi Derder

Conseiller national depuis décembre 2011, réélu en 2015, Fathi Derder (45 ans) est membre de la Commission de la science, de l’éducation et de la culture. Il y défend une politique d’innovation active, et des conditions-cadres encourageant la recherche et le transfert technologique. Fathi Derder préside en outre l’association Le Réseau, un groupe de start-up, d’entreprises et de Hautes Ecoles suisses engagées pour l’entrepreneuriat et l’innovation. Journaliste, il fut notamment rédacteur en chef adjoint à la Radio suisse romande, puis rédacteur en chef de La Télé, avant de devenir journaliste indépendant. Il collabore notamment avec le journal Le Temps. En 2015, il publie « Le prochain Google sera suisse (à dix conditions) », aux éditions Slatkine.

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