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Thanks to a meeting set up by the French “Fédération Nationale des Collectivités Concédantes et Régies” on the 12th of February, Artelys presented the Crystal City software to five “Syndicats d’énergie”, local authorities in charge of the management of the electricity and gas concessions, from four different French regions. The meeting followed on an encounter…

Artelys participated the 28th of January in the 15th “Assises de l’énergie” in Dunkirk in the north of France and presented the Crystal City software to several local governments representatives. The event, held every year in France, gathers representatives of energy departments of numerous French local governments and paragovernmental institutions.

Artelys carried out a workshop with Lorient, a conurbation of 200.000 inhabitants in Brittany, in order to explore the consistency of the software with the needs of the local governments. The local government of the city of Lorient and of its conurbation, along with the local urban observatory, energy agency and university participated in this…

December 2013: following Artelys’s CEO Arnaud Renaud participation to the “Better living in cities” seminar in Copenhagen last November, Artelys went back to Denmark to introduce Crystal City and Crystal Industry to three Danish municipalities, one industrial company and one engineering firm. These meetings, organized with the support of UBIFRANCE Denmark, have confirmed the great…

Artelys, as CitInES coordinator, was invited to participate to a seminar in Copenhagen with French Export Minister, Mrs Nicole Bricq, about « Better living in cities ». Arnaud Renaud, CEO, explained how the innovative software Crystal City could be a very useful tool for Danish cities in their sustainable issues. Copenhagen, Odense, Aalborg and Helsingor…

The 13th International “Building Simulation Conference” of the International Building Performance Simulation Association was co-organized at Savoie Technolac by INES (CEA, university of Savoie, CNRS and CSTB) and INSA Lyon. More than 600 researchers, engineers and architects have presented the results of their works on building and city modelling/simulations. It represented a perfect opportunity for…

The Future Cities Project is a FP7 funded project that intends to reverse the future deterioration of the cities’ public facilities and the citizens’ quality of life, because of future increasing energy demand. It aims at unlocking the full potential of interdisciplinary research in urban technologies, as well as strengthening knowledge transfer activities in close cooperation with local and global industrial…