ADP Ingénierie attended the Smart Mobility & Smart Living Conference in Hong Kong

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On July 17th, Anthony Le Caherec, Director of ADP Ingénierie Asia-Pacific Business Unit, spoke at the Smart Mobility & Smart Living conference organized by the Consulate General of France in Hong Kong and Smart City Consortium, a think tank dedicated to Smart Cities and Smart Infrastructures in Hong Kong.

This conference was the opportunity to sign a Memorandum of Understanding between the MEDEF International Sustainable Cities Taskforce, the French Chamber of Commerce of Hong Kong and Smart City Consortium to facilitate the collaboration between French and Hong Kong companies on the topics of Smart City, Mobility and Infrastructures applied to Hong Kong. Thirty stakeholders, major players in mobility, participated in this meeting. Among those present were Consul General Alexander Giorgini and Nicholas Yang, Secretary for Innovation and Technology, Government of Hong Kong Office.
ADP Ingénierie (ADPI) as invited to a panel on Smart Infrastructures alongside the Hong Kong Airport Authority.

For ADP Ingénierie, the presentation focused on the issues of Urban Air Mobility (UAM) and the need for Smart Infrastructures allowing the interconnection between different data systems.
Vertiports are a good example of an infrastructure that will have to work in connection with the surrounding data systems: operator flight data, passenger mobility data, other upstream / downstream transport data, etc.
Connected mobility is at the heart of Smart Cities through solutions combining customer needs and alternative responses to address the structural and environmental challenges of the cities and airports of tomorrow.

ADP Ingénierie Hong Kong


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