Experimentation Urban Lab QIU Paris 13ème

How the Heywaste solution helps Citeo to better collect its Trilib voluntary contribution points.

The project

Heyliot was looking for experimentation grounds to test its Heywaste solution and applied to Urban Lab’s Paris Left Bank Urban Innovation District program.

The experimentation began in February 2019 and was completed in December 2019. The sensors were installed on the Trilib voluntary supply terminals set up by Citeo and the City of Paris in the 13th arrondissement. The objectives of the experimentation? To test the technology (ease of installation, operation, performance, reliability of measurements, etc.) and to test the digital platform on which the data is communicated to Citeo and its collectors Derichebourg and Carton Plein.

The proposed indicators

Heure de collecte

Time of collection

Niveau avant collecte

Fill level at collection

Temps nécessaire pour atteindre 50 %

Time required to reach the 50% level

Temps nécessaire pour atteindre 100 %

Filling time to more than 100 %

Results of the experiment

10 months

between February 2019 and December 2019

10 sensors

installed on 7 voluntary contribution terminals

A successful project, the experimentation of which has revealed technical improvement paths, which are currently being integrated. A relevant solution, simple to implement, agile and competitive. Great market prospects, which are being materialized through orders and partnerships with key players.

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