SPIE provides solutions for local authorities to improve building management by optimising infrastructures, systems (protection, air conditioning and electrical power), services (telecommunications, email and videoconferencing), management (energy, monitoring, maintenance, and accounting) and maintenance services. Energy performance: optimising installations and integrating renewable energy sources
Buildings are responsible for 23 % of greenhouse gas emissions, and therefore represent a priority sector for the redesign of management methods. Heat pumps with energy recovery, double glazing and external thermal insulation of walls are just some of the many recent innovations in the field.
This approach has been validated by the SERCE* Energy Efficiency label, and contributes to meeting the three objectives set by the European Union for 2020: a 20% reduction in energy consumption, a 20% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and a 20% increase of the portion of renewable energies used in final energy consumption. For over ten years now, SPIE has been developing solutions that integrate various types of clean energies such as photovoltaic, wind and hydroelectric. The Group offers customers all-round expertise in all these techniques, tailored to individual situations and ranging from administrative and financial arrangements through to equipment integration and maintenance optimisation. Re-designing the health model
SPIE Communications has produced an integrated "Health over IP" solution for healthcare facilities, and provides support and guidance throughout the full life-cycle of their information and communication systems. To achieve ongoing improvement in service and care quality, SPIE Communications focuses notably on optimising:
- patient services: reception services, telephony, Triple Play and MultiMedia Terminals (leisure and health),
- staff services: telemedecine, mobile solutions (DECT over IP, WiFi and PC tablets) and Unified Communications,
- Information System security.
SPIE Communications also optimises the added value provided by ICT and digital technology in general (electronic document formats, interconnection, Internet and mobile solutions) to improve interaction between health care providers (public and private hospitals), health care professionals (nurses, pharmacists and care homes) and healthcare recipients (nursing homes, prisons and retirement homes). * SERCE: French association of electrical engineering and HVAC companies. Press contacts
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