URBAN SIGNAGE AND TRANSPORTImproving urban planning

AT THE FOREFRONT OF URBAN SIGNAGE SOLUTIONS, SPIE PROVIDES OPERATORS WITH THE MEANS TO ENSURE THE SAFE AND SMOOTH TRANSPORT OF PASSENGERS

  • Fire boxes
  • Variable signage
  • Automatic Incident Detection
  • Traffic controller
  • Urban equipment (dynamic signalling, traffic management, etc.)
  • Complete tunnel management

 

URBAN TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

Strategies and solutions for urban traffic regulation.

Traffic control and management remain a major challenge for cities. More efficient use of existing road capacity, harmonisation of traffic flows, emissions-related traffic control, prioritisation of public transport and emphasis on pedestrian safety are some of the approaches SPIE has adopted to better manage urban mobility.

Motorways, cantonal and communal roads

To ensure road safety, SPIE installs management systems to stabilise traffic flows and increase safety and efficiency.

  • Opening and closing of lanes (emergency lane opening)
  • Cap detection (fixed and site)
  • Flow regulation
  • Hazard management systems (landslides, avalanches, floods, wildlife)

SECURING TUNNELS

The retractable bollards guarantee you control of the passage of vehicles.

SPIE also works to improve tunnel safety. We are able to set up a real nerve centre for road management with dynamic signalling, vehicle counting by loop, remote management, radio transmission, remote control of public lighting or closed circuit video surveillance (CCTV).

public transport

SPIE offers complete solutions for public transport.

Dynamic and interactive information for travellers in real time
Priority at intersections, signage
Reduction of co2 emissions
Improve the quality and safety of transport, in order to guarantee full passenger satisfaction

Airports

In sectors such as airports and stations, SPIE offers tailor-made solutions, which have been acclaimed by many international airports.

Runway lighting, tarmac lighting, control desks, passenger walkways, baggage screening and sorting, centralized technical management or building management.

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