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Management system

  • SPIE wins Digital Leader Award | SPIE

    Existing solutions such as SAP, AWFM and the document management system were expanded. New components, including scheduling and customer asset management with MABI and the support of mobile devices for mobile order processing were added
  • SPIE customer scheme wins award | SPIE

    Other service components included the optimised operation of the recooling plants, the expansion of waste heat utilisation and the establishment of a modern, digital energy management system for continuous remote monitoring of energy consumption. The result of these energy efficiency measures is impressive
  • SPIE ICS obtains ISO 27001 certification for its cloud and managed services activity | SPIE

    This certification, dedicated to information systems security, was obtained as a result of the introduction of an efficient and reliable information security management system (ISMS) within the cloud and managed services activity of SPIE ICS... The day-to-day management of the ISMS is now based on the use of meaningful control indicators, involving both the information systems security manager (ISSM), Mathieu Bichon, and the operational and functional staff concerned
  • SPIE Wins Multi-million Pound Contract with NGD for the Design and Installation of Three Data Halls | SPIE

    These data halls each include A&B plant areas, dual power trains, generator backup, 3.0MW of available critical power, 3MW critical cooling and a data centre management system, in line with SPIE's smart solutions offering. This is in addition to a data hall delivered by SPIE earlier this year to similar specifications
  • Hospital Klinikum am Bruderwald: SPIE's "energy efficiency" innovations honoured | SPIE

    A new energy management system also helps technicians on site to continuously monitor energy consumption and further improve energy efficiency with quick adjustments. These optimisation measures significantly reduce the 768- bed hospital's expenditure and cut its CO2 emissions by 6 500 tonnes a year
  • SPIE Wins Contract in Luxury Redevelopment of the Prestigious Regent's Crescent in London | SPIE

    SPIE is responsible for the installation of the mechanical, electrical and public health infrastructure at Regent's Crescent, including security, lighting control, combined heat and power and Building Management and Energy Management systems, in line with SPIE's smart solutions offerings. SPIE UK was selected based on their wealth of knowledge in delivering technical schemes and quality of work
  • The new Hamburg Elbphilharmonie relies on SPIE for its facility management | SPIE

    The whole thing is controlled using integrated facility management systems that are also managed by SPIE GmbH. The opening concerts for the Elbphilharmonie will be held on 11 and 12 January 2017 and invited guests from around the world will have the opportunity to enjoy the outstanding acoustics and unique atmosphere of the new concert hall complex
  • SPIE awarded top honours by its client partner EDF | SPIE

    To this end, it conducts audits of the quality management system of EDF suppliers. It also awards UTO certification, which allows a supplier to operate at EDF production sites
  • SPIE to showcase at Expo Real 2017 | SPIE

    As an independent European market leader in multi technical services in the areas of energy and communications, SPIE will focus on five service areas at the trade fair: technical facility management system solutions, energy-efficiency solutions, technical services for the transmission and distribution of energy, services for industrial customers and services in the areas of information, communication, network and media technology in addition to electrical and security technology and heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems
  • Château de Fontainebleau: SPIE completes the upgrade of the security and emergency lighting system | SPIE

    This new centralised management system means that it will now be possible to manage the security facilities on an area-by-area basis, allowing each area to be activated or deactivated as the need arises. The second challenge taken on by SPIE was to migrate the 600 alarm points to the new installations- -an operation successfully carried out while maintaining an optimal level of security