MUSE, platform´s Citelum to manage urban space the smart way
The world leading company for the very first time at the Smart City Expo World Congress

CITELUM, a leading company in the management and maintenance of public lighting and a subsidiary of the EDF (Electricité de France) group, will be present for the first time with its own stand at the Smart City Expo World Congress (Gran Via site, pavilion 2, stand C-361) at the Fira in Barcelona from November 14 to 16. With this move, the company shows its commitment to the leading showcase of smart cities to present all of its innovations in smart urban services.
CITELUM's new star offering is its MUSE platform for city space management, already in full swing in cities like Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, and Sant Cugat del Vallès (in Spain), Copenhagen (Denmark), Sète and Montélimar (France) and Puebla and Corregidora (Mexico). It is currently working on this exclusive system in Dijon, France, which will turn it into the first connected metropolis.
This platform allows managing, with computer assistance and with real time data, maintenance of a long list of urban services like public lighting, traffic lights, surveillance cameras, access control, remotely managed bollards, smart parking, radar, Wi-Fi, pollution and noise sensors, and electric vehicle charging.
This smart city model helps save energy, reduce sound pollution, enhance sustainable mobility, community safety, communication, and promotes the city with the concept of “city quality of life.”

Wednesday 15, two round table discussions
Wednesday 15, CITELUM will host two round table discussions on smart public spaces at its stand. The first, at 11:30 a.m., brings together seven political representatives from Spanish cities and will be moderated by Antoni Vives, previously deputy mayor of town planning for the City of Barcelona and author of the book Smart. At 5 p.m., TV3 meteorologist and anchor Francesc Mauri will lead another round table discussion, with six city technicians. 

CITELUM, world leader 
CITELUM, founded in 1989, is the world leader in public lighting management and maintenance. Today it is present in a thousand cities in fourteen countries over five continents (Brazil, France, Spain, Chile, the Czech Republic, Italy, Mexico, Colombia, India, China, Denmark, the United States, Morocco, and Australia). A total of 25 million people living in capitals like Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, Venice, Naples, Santiago (Chile), Mexico City, Salvador (Brazil), and Kunming bask in public lighting with two million and a half points of light that illuminate, excite, and change our lives. 
In the 2016 fiscal year, CITELUM had 297 million euros in turnover and 2,629 employees on its payroll in 14 countries. 
Carmen Muñoz-Dormoy has been CITELUM General Manager since 2016. 
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