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Local authorities

  • "Sustainable mobility": See You Sun and SPIE innovate with a solution combining solar energy and electric mobility | SPIE

    Saint-Denis, January 22nd 2018 --SPIE CityNetworks and the start-up, See You Sun, are joining forces to develop renewable energy and electric mobility, through an ambitious partnership aimed at businesses, local authorities and players in the property sector... A virtuous process for property sector players, businesses and local authorities
  • The SPIE group launches a new employee shareholding plan: SHARE FOR YOU 2018 | SPIE

    The SPIE share offer is strictly reserved for the beneficiaries mentioned above and will only be carried out in the countries where the offer has been registered or notified to the proper local authorities and/or following the approval of a prospectus by the local authorities, or in consideration of an exemption from the requirement to draw up a prospectus or make a registration or notification of the offer
  • Switzerland: SPIE is awarded an order worth CHF 130 million by the Canton of Berne for comprehensive managed services | SPIE

    BE-Net (formerly called BEWAN) is the central administrative data network for the Canton of Berne that also links organisations close to the administration such as secondary II schools (middle schools, vocational schools), the police service and local authorities. SPIE ICS AG won the strict evaluation process with an offer that proved to be the most economical
  • SPIE and RheinEnergie create TankE to develop electric mobility in Germany | SPIE

    The constant growth in the number of electric vehicles leads to new challenges for local authorities and companies. E-car users expect charging solutions that are tailored to them and reliable
  • Success for the first Innovathon Smart Life by SPIE | SPIE

    An intelligent platform to help with decision-making by local authorities. Support throughout the event
  • Bordeaux Métropole chooses SPIE for its smart digital territory pilot scheme | SPIE

    Once all the sensors have been set up (June), the local authority has given itself 6 months (until the end of 2018) to assess the suitability of the system. If the trial proves conclusive, the authority could extend the connected infrastructures to the entire city. This project illustrates our ability to work in agile mode, argues Jérôme Nier, who is in charge of the development of the Internet of Things business activities at SPIE ICS
  • SPIE helping "Toulon Provence Méditerranée Métropole" to modernise its IT environment | SPIE

    This constitutes a major challenge in terms of service continuity for the local authority's 1 200 -strong workforce, which is split across two main sites, and SPIE has risen to it by offering an innovative solution involving the ground-breaking deployment of Microsoft Azure File Sync. The contract, which was awarded in April, is divided into a number of phases that will each have an impact on both the storage of data on TPM's entire IT system, and the accessing and sharing of files, whether individually or collaboratively
  • SPIE to acquire TELBA Group in Germany | SPIE

    SPIE and the shareholders of TELBA AG have signed an agreement with the view to complete the contemplated transaction by June 2019, subject to the approval of the antitrust authorities... As a leader in multi technical services we will also reach a critical size in this field and an even stronger local presence
  • SPIE sets up a new 400 kV line in Poland. | SPIE

    SPIE works in close collaboration with local distribution systems operators to ensure the power supply during the enterprise... In addition to the two-year environmental impact assessment and the compilation of a comprehensive environmental impact report, we have collaborated closely with environmental organisations and regional environmental protection authorities
  • Quarterly information at March 31st, 2019 - A good start to the year | SPIE

    The company employs around 150 employees and generated revenue of approximately Euro36 million in 2018. This acquisition enables SPIE to strengthen its Germany & Central Europe segment in Austria and to offer an important part of the SPIE multi technical services portfolio to local customers. The final closing of the transaction is subject to the approval of the antitrust authorities