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SPIE moves into buildings data domain

Image: Spie
Image: Spie

As buildings become more ‘intelligent’ and generate more digital data, the question of how to make them more future-proof is often raised. Buildings of the latest generation are very much part of the Internet of Things and this is of particular interest to a Belgian company ‘Spie Belgium’. The buildings, infrastructure and energy efficiency company has just acquired Systemat, a company specialising in software and ICT tools, and is looking to make use of its acquisition to help building owners. It talks in particular of the vast amounts of data which buildings generate, but which are not properly collated or managed, and not therefore used. The data collection goes beyond buildings to such allied domains as waste collection, street lighting…

This topic is covered by Christine Scharff in an article in L’Echo newspaper, who talks about the ambitions of Spie and its new capabilities.
22-01-2019


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