Cap'IoT 2021

Smart territories at the time of the energy and environmental transition.

The event was held on Friday 10 September 2021 near Montpellier

Thank you to the participants, partners & speakers for the success of this new 100% IoT edition!




Round tables

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IoT to revolutionize territories

What is the link between smart territories, sustainable development and IoT? All of them represent a major strategic challenge for the energy and digital transition. Through the development of innovative applications and services, this transformation encompasses a broad and inclusive vision.

For this 7th edition of our Cap’IoT event, we invite you to dive into the heart of this reflection around three key themes: residential housing and tertiary buildings, mobility and natural resource management. Throughout the day, discover the vision of our experts, technological partners and users of the solutions deployed during the round tables.

Thanks to our partners Cap’IoT 2021

On the program for this 7th edition

Beginning of the day



Welcome, badges and breakfast

Introductory speech


9H - 9H15

  • Emmanuel MOUTON
    CEO, Synox
  • Christian VERNHES
    CIO, CDC Habitat Group

Roundtable 1: Natural Resources



How does the IoT support the ecological transition of territories?

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How about some real-life cases?

It is no secret that it is urgent to prepare for the challenges of urbanization, such as overpopulation, climate change and the depletion of natural resources, while restoring the central role of humans in this evolution.

Discover through different projects, examples of optimization of energy networks.

    Country Manager, METOS France from Pessl Instruments
  • Anne-Claire BOUGNOUX
    Business Project Manager, Montpellier Water Authority
  • Maxime FANTINO
    Energy Project Manager, ALEC Montpellier Métropole
Natural Resources

Round Table 2: Mobility & Transport



How does IoT support soft mobility and modal diversity?

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Today, one of the concerns is to think about all the mobility flows on the territory.

This new global approach to mobility issues by local authorities will make it possible to fight more effectively against CO2 emissions and all other forms of traffic-related pollution in city centres.

Once again, digital technology plays a pivotal role. Indeed, the new connected transport services and assistance for a softer mobility could transform travel practices: cycling, electric vehicles, car sharing, etc.

It is in this systemic approach that we propose to anticipate together some tracks for the mobility of tomorrow .

    President, SEV Services Ecusson Vert
  • Mounir MOUSSAUI
    Manager, Opensource Technologies
  • Steve VANBEIRS
    CEO, Rhythmoves
Transport & Mobility

Round Table 3: Housing & Building



How can IoT help reconcile energy performance and the overall well-being of the user?

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Living spaces are primarily designed or built for those who will live there and meet their basic needs.

Did you know? We spend more than 90% of our time in enclosed spaces.

The comfort of the occupants and leur safety must therefore be at the heart of all reflexion. The goal today is to bring a vision around the well-being in the building and to advocate a transversal approach on these subjects.

  • Laurent ROEGEL
    CEO, AIRWELL Group
  • Emmanuel FRANCOIS
    President, Smart Buildings Alliance
    Director, Smart WorkPlace & Smart Building, VIDELIO
Habitat & Building

Closing remarks



  • Jerome FENWICK
    CTO, Synox
  • Lilian LANCELOT
    Manager in merger and acquisition projects, Banque des Territoires, Groupe Caisse des Dépôts


Buffet lunch and Networking


14H00 - 16H30

Workshops & Demonstrations

The Key Speakers

A look back at this edition of SmartTerritories

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