The view is shared by all industrialists and politicians: to be competitive, the contemporary factory needs to be flexible, efficient and go digital.
SPIE provides advice and support for its clients with these objectives in mind by placing human capital in the centre of the factory's operations and, by using ecosystems composed of proven technologies and disruptive innovations. Information Technologies, sensors, as well as simulation, modelling, processing and management software enable us to rethink the logistical flows and industrial production lines today. Cobotics, for instance, which is introducing ways for people and robots to collaborate, constitutes a major development with a positive impact on safety, drudgery and productivity. Industry 4.0 conveys the technological expertise acquired by SPIE throughout its history alongside industrialists, through environmental productivity, quality, safety and performance.
PIPES AND MECHANICS
As the impact of coronavirus on our activities increases and in the face of ever-stricter government measures to halt its spread, SPIE Belgium would like to inform you about the steps it has taken within the organisation.
To this day:
SPIE Belgium has decided not to stop its activities completely, considering that some of these may be essential or even critical to maintaining the activities of companies in critical sectors and essential services that are vital to the smooth running of the country. This is being done, of course, in strict respect of the measures taken by the authorities, and treating the health and safety of our staff, our clients, our suppliers and sub-contractors as a priority.
This unprecedented crisis reminds us of the importance of two of our founding values: responsibility and proximity. By each taking our responsibilities, we will overcome this ordeal.
Drawing strength from our 120 years of experience and from the solidity of the Group to which we belong, we remain confident in the future and in our mutual capacity to adapt and be resilient.