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Communication systems

  • SPIE signs an agreement to acquire OSMO in Germany | SPIE

    Founded in 1970 and located in Georgsmarienhütte, Lower Saxony, OSMO provides a range of technical services to industrial customers and public authorities, including traffic engineering, electrical systems, automation technology, switchgear and power supply assembly, energy supply systems and communication and security technology
  • Employment | SPIE

    Information and communication systems. Outdoor networks and public lighting
  • About the group | SPIE

    Information & Communications Technology Services (20 % of consolidated production for the financial year ended December 31 2018), which covers the installation, upgrade and management of voice, data and image communications systems. Technical Facility Management (28 % of consolidated production for the financial year ended December 31 2018), which covers the technical management of facilities and related services
  • LÉA NATURE tasks SPIE with migrating its messaging system | SPIE

    The DOSI (1) of LÉA NATURE needed to choose a single, intuitive communications system to support the group's rapid development, and so called on SPIE ICS to review its decision to migrate from an internally hosted messaging system to a Microsoft cloud- based solution... (2) The use of information and communication systems which have not been authorised by DOSI poses risks to the security of the company's business activities
  • Q1 2017 trading update - A good start to the year | SPIE

    The company installs and maintains building security and communication systems, employs 24 people and generates annual revenue of approximately Euro3 million. On April 13th 2017, SPIE signed an agreement for the acquisition of Lück Verwaltungs GmbH, a German specialist in building technology services employing 1 000 people and generating annual revenue of approximately Euro130 million
  • First Half 2017 results | SPIE

    The company installs and maintains building security and communication systems, employs 24 people and generates annual revenue of approximately Euro3 million.. On April 13th 2017, SPIE acquired Lück Verwaltungs GmbH in Germany, a specialist in building technology services employing 1 000 people and generating annual revenue of approximately Euro130 million
  • SPIE implements Smart Office Vision | SPIE

    We are still planning and installing the network- based lighting system for customers on-location but, in the future, we will be able to manage it at any time, regardless of the location, explains Dan Fischer, Branch Manager of the Berlin branch in the Information & Communication Services (ICS) operational division at SPIE
  • SPIE expands its digital alert network in the district of Leipzig | SPIE

    Grimma, February 5 th 2019- -From the 1st of June to the 30th of November 2018, SPIE, the independent European leader in multi technical services in the areas of energy and communications, expanded the digital alert network in the district of Leipzig... This system includes 3 610 mobile receivers (e.g. pagers) and about 300 remote receivers triggering sirens
  • SPIE Industrie & Tertiaire - Division Tertiaire | SPIE

    Communication / networks... Implementation of global security and safety systems... SN HENRI CONRAUX (acquired in 2012) designs, manufactures and maintains heating, sanitary plumbing, ventilation and climate engineering systems, in both service sector environments and for industrialists within the region
  • SPIE gains the renewal of the fire fighting systems at Oiltanking Amsterdam | SPIE

    Amsterdam / Schiedam, August 2nd 2017 --SPIE, the independent European leader in multi technical services in the areas of energy and communications, will renew the fire detection and the fire fighting systems at the plant of Oiltanking Amsterdam. The complexity of the work lies in working on a terminal that is in full operation, which means that all fire protection systems must be available at all times