On Monday the 7th of October the first day of a 3-day plenary meeting for the H2020 AVENUE project was held at the University of Geneva, Battelle. All the 16th partners were present and we were a group of approximately 35 people working towards the same objectives “To empower Autonomous Vehicles to Evolve to a New Urban Experience”.
Organized by HES-SO Geneva – HEPIA, this event presents funding opportunities that promote research and innovation in the field of smart mobility. Areas covered range from low-carbon and sustainable transport to safe, integrated and resilient transport systems, digital transport and cybersecurity, and the question of future regulation and the relationship to society.
12 months ago, Vincent started his alternate internship for the M2 Master in Computer Science and Cooperative Systems. Today, his internship arrives to an end and he is presenting his report to his school professors. We have of course shared with him our remarks and, especially, the great satisfaction that has been working with together. […]
5 months ago, we contacted Chloé Chassany, who had posted a “Master 1 Design Service & Interactions” internship as a Designer UI / UX on social networks. We directly had a good feeling about Chloé, by chat at first, then during our job interview. Her Behance Portoflio[/ btx_link] seemed totally aligned with our needs, but […]
In January 2019, we were contacted by Loyco to help them design one of their future products. This request was perfectly in line with the Design Sprint. Therefore, in partnership with the bank Piguet Galland, Loyco decided to try the Design Sprint experience with us. In this article, for obvious confidentiality reasons, we will not […]
Organizing events can be a tedious task. Managing the list of guests, of organizers, choosing a date and a place, defining the program or even passing on information to participants are tasks that can quickly be overlooked unless we have the right tools at our disposal. In September 2017, we won the competition for an […]
It’s on… The city launches the project “Raconte-moi Genève” through our application Traverse !!! “Raconte-moi Genève” allows people to scan a QR-code from a mobile phone printed on a sticker stuck on a sidewalk, wall or post and discover the history of the place in front of them. A super use-case for our application. The […]
To summarize, in mid-May, the city of Geneva will have hundreds of posters indicating a QRcode to be scanned as part of the project “Racontes-moi Genève”. We have adapted the application to fully meet the needs of this cultural project.