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About Urban Radar

We combine our tech, city and mobility expertise to help build a sustainable future.

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Paris office team

Our purpose

Urban logistics is responsible for up to 21% of global GHG emissions.

An increasingly urban population has led to an exciting revolution in the demand for urban logistics, new mobility uses, and climate oriented policies. Yet, the lack of efficient solutions to address these new challenges will make problems even worse.

 

Founded in 2019 and with a presence in both France and the Silicon Valley, Urban Radar has a clear goal : merge sectorial and technology expertise to offer the leading data solutions for smart city stakeholders.

Co-founders vision

 

 

A new kind of urban and transportation planning is changing how city managers and politicians deliver their commitments to communities : they can now plan with today’s transportation data. It’s cheaper, more precise and more impactful.

 

 

Philippe Rapin & Geoffrey Bir - Co-Founders

Our leadership team

Philippe Rapin

Philippe’s public private collaboration expertise comes from various senior executive positions with Mott MacDonald, one of the largest engineering consultancies in the world. He was a board member of the National Council of P3 in Washington DC and lectures at Stanford university.

Geoffrey Bir

Geoffrey has acquired his smart city technology expertise throughout his career. He worked on carbon reduction, smart parking and autonomous vehicles in both San Francisco and Paris. He is the architect of the Urban Radar scalable technology.

Hayley Coleman
Halphen

Hayley has devoted her career to solving urban transportation and resilience challenges through innovation and technology. From 2014-2019, she served as a Director at the New York City Emergency Management Department, and later consulted for local governments in their digital transformation projects while at Abylon (Veolia).