SIMI - professional real estate show 2015
from 2 to 4 December 2015 at Palais des Congrès in Paris
Saint-Denis, 30 November 2015 – For its ninth appearance at the SIMI professional real estate show at Palais des Congrès in Paris, SPIE is presenting its "e-nitiative buildings" offering, showcasing its expertise in fitting out and operating commercial-sector and residential buildings. The highlights on SPIE’s stand include the unveiling of its solution to manage buildings’ reference consumption levels.
Addressing the building sector which is Europe’s biggest energy consumer, accounting for nearly 40% of total energy consumption and 36% of greenhouse gas emissions, SPIE aims to share its vision of high energy performance with real estate professionals by mobilising its expertise and know-how on its stand.
An innovative solution to manage buildings’ reference consumption levels
Targets set by the European Commission: 40% reduction in greenhouse gases, 27% of Europe’s energy consumption to come from renewable sources by 2030. SPIE intends to help achieve these targets by proposing innovative solutions including a tool which uses cable or radio transmission links for the remote real-time monitoring of a range of key data: water, gas and electricity consumption, and ambient temperature. These data are stored in a single database and analysed by SPIE’s energy efficiency engineers to identify differences between actual and reference consumption levels in real time and take steps to make possible improvements and savings.
Making building smart with SPIE’s e-Nitiative
As an HVAC and energy expert, SPIE carries out projects ranging from renovating old buildings to fitting out buildings complying with France’s high environmental quality (HQE®) standards, including schools, administrative premises, hospitals, social housing, museums, sports complexes and shopping centres. SPIE carries out work on all types of installations to optimise buildings’ overall performance.
SPIE’s initiatives are aimed at:
- improving building occupant comfort by means of home automation equipment and connected information systems,
- ensuring the security of property and people,
- facilitating the work of operators,
- monitoring and automating installations by adjusting parameters according to occupancy,
- increasing the reliability and life of installations,
- providing quality service by managing every location in buildings at all times,
- optimising operating and running costs,
- meeting energy challenges and protecting the environment,
- reducing carbon footprints by using new energy sources.
SPIE Ile-de-France Nord-Ouest will exhibit its innovations at the 2015 SIMI professional real estate show from December 2 to 4, Level 2 – Stand E04, Palais des Congrès in Paris.
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