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  • Belgium: SPIE installs solar panels on the Centre Hospitalier de Mouscron | SPIE

    In 2017, the hospital naturally looked towards SPIE when it came to optimising the management and use of energy. It did not take long to make the decision to use a free space on the roof to install the solar panels
  • Sustainable mobility | SPIE

    Optimising traffic management and safety. Cities are now faced with a significant increase in traffic from transport
  • In-service qualification | SPIE

    The aims of the qualification are to enhance decision-making and responsibility in facility management, to assess customer and internal processes in a more comprehensive way and to optimise the costs involved. One strength of the course is that it is closely related to practical application
  • SPIE and Groenendijk PGN Construction optimize cooperation processes at Technical University Delft | SPIE

    SPIE and Groenendijk PGN Construction optimize cooperation processes at Technical University Delft... Michel Korstanje, business unit manager at SPIE Nederland's Technical Management Department, is pleased with the collaboration. Through this kind of teamwork, we can further improve our relationship with Groenendijk and optimise our collaboration processes
  • SPIE launches SMART FM 360°, its new unified digital platform for its Technical Facility Management business line | SPIE

    SPIE launches SMART FM 360 °, its new unified digital platform for its Technical Facility Management business line. Cergy, October 17th 2018 --SPIE, the independent European leader in multi technical services in the areas of energy and communications, is extending its offering of Technical Facility Management services with the implementation of its new unified digital platform, SMART FM 360 °
  • Bordeaux Métropole chooses SPIE for its smart digital territory pilot scheme | SPIE

    The aim of this smart digital territory pilot scheme is to reduce energy consumption and collect data on a range of public facilities with a view to optimising the services that the metropolitan authority provides to users. Selected as part of the tender launched by Bordeaux Métropole, SPIE ICS has just begun work in the Matmut Atlantique area to install 500 IoT* sensors on more than 200 lamps and a range of public facilities, including an electric charging station, an access control bollard, sorting containers, litter bins and public buildings (technical management and energy monitoring)
  • Deutsche Lufthansa extends its contract with SPIE | SPIE

    We look forward to the coming projects and the opportunity to continue to optimise the property in the area of building management, says Sascha Beier. contactS