Milestones


 

Customer success – Market entry for products, co-developed by SCS

 

SCS Internal Developments

2015

The GridBox project is Switzerland's most comprehensive Smart Grid Project. It is in live operation in the Bernese Kiental (BKW) and Zurich Affoltern (ewz).

The FARO archive system enables the journalists at Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen (SRF) efficient search and access to video and radio material.

SCS receives the contract for the development of central systems for the SBB "towed diagnostics vehicle" (gDFZ).

transports publics genevois (tpg) concludes the retrofit program for 500 ticket vending machines with great success.

SCS is one of the first companies to be certified to the new system SN EN ISO 9001:2015 and 14001:2015.

2014

The first tumor patients recieve irradiation treatment at PSI with the pioneering Gantry2 technology with protons.

STUDER launches the CPU-based DSP core.

With the new wireless system REMICO, Rega has a communications system which significantly supports rescue operations.

SCS is awarded the excellent 4th place when participating in the "Swiss Employer Award" for the first time

Certification for maintainability and quality of the source code by SIG/TÜViT.

2013

 

Mercedes brings the new E- and S-Classes with driver assistance systems onto the market based on stereovision.

 

SCS celebrates its 20th anniversary.

2012

 

Retrofitting of the ticket machines for public transport service of Zug (ZVB) is completed. Successful integration into the ITV Z-Pass.

Public transport service of Lucerne passenger information platform is selected as a regional data hub.

SAT1/Pro7 adopts FARO, a digital video archive system.

 

SCS establishes its eighth department, and the company expands to 80 employees.

2011

 

Product launch of the Limmex emergency watch.

Roll-out of the new Swisslex platform.

BLS networks its own train monitoring systems.

The public transport service of Lucerne modernises its passenger information platform.

 

 

2010

 

 

 

SCS becomes ISO 9001 certified.

2009

 

Schubert brings a packaging system with integrated OEE (Overall Equipment Efficiency) Cockpit onto the market.

 

 

2008

 

Swiss Television puts the FARO digital video archive into operation.

The ZKE alarm system, used for the detection of overheating brakes and hot boxes, increases safety on SBB’s rail network.

 

SCS wins the Vision Award and implements its first project in accordance with CENELEC standards.

2007

 

The NOVA 3D-Display brightens the hall of
Zurich Main Station.

 

SCS gains the trust of its one-hundredth customer.

SCS employs more than 50 staff members.

2006

 

PSI commissions the control system of the Gantry2 proton therapy system in 'fast scanning mode'.

 

 

2005

 

 

 

2005 SCS relocates to larger office buildings in the Technopark and is restructured into four departments.

2003

 

 

 

SCS is headed by a CEO for the first time. The Administrative Board is enlarged with two external members.

2002

 

Swiss Television manages its first channel with the Proteus planning tool.

 

 

2001

 

The Swiss Light Source (SLS) is commissioned at PSI with digitally controlled power supplies.

 

Anton Gunzinger receives the 'Entrepreneur of the Year 2001' award in the category Commerce/Services.

1999

 

 

 

SCS gets its first international customer project whose value significantly exceeds 1 million Swiss Francs.

SCS relocates within Technopark.

1997

 

AGFA converts image processing in photo laboratories into digital technology.

 

SCS ceases to market its own products and instead fully focuses on customer projects.

1996

 

 

SCS receives the Design Award at the CeBIT/Hannover Messe.

1995

 

D950, the first digital mixing system by STUDER Professional Audio, comes onto the market.

 

The first industrial project lays the foundation for customer-oriented development projects.

1994

 

The Gigabooster, the first and only SCS product, comes onto the market.

 

 

1993

 

 

 

Anton Gunzinger founds SCS with the aim of turning supercomputer technology at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich into specific products and marketing them.