Improving quality of life

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Access, it’s a top priority for people today, whether they live in an urban or a rural area. Reliable transport infrastructure, ecological modes of transport, high-performance communication networks and smart, eco-friendly buildings must all be accessible. That’s why SPIE helps society by developing and delivering innovative solutions, through facility renovation to transport and communication management.

Promoting safe, sustainable transport

SPIE endeavours to promote sustainable urban mobility by contributing to the development of low- and zero-emissions transport. The Group also plays a major role in improving traffic using intelligent transport systems designed to optimise vehicle management and provide real-time information to operators, drivers and travellers. SPIE also improves the condition and safety of transport infrastructure (roads, motorways, airports, railways, and river and sea ports).

Supporting local development

SPIE helps local communities develop in a variety of ways. Today, communities need total coverage communications solutions, even in rural areas, while cities are seeking new solutions to provide residents with a high quality of life that respects the environment. To meet these needs, SPIE comes to the aid of communities and companies alike by developing, installing, operating and maintaining their telecom networks. The Group uses its vast knowledge in outdoor networks and public lighting to supply a variety of public amenities, helping to build cleaner, brighter and safer cities.

Renovating buildings to improve quality of life

SPIE has proven expertise in renovating commercial and residential buildings. It also works to make buildings more efficient by offering electrical, security and telecom solutions. In all of its projects, the Group aims to limit energy costs and carbon footprints, while maximising comfort and the service life of equipment.