We are happy to invite you to our next networking event:
On November 5th we welcome Dr. Béatrice Conde-Petit as Keynote Speaker. She is a food engineer and works as a food technology expert for the Bühler Group. Prior to that, she worked for 20 years as a researcher, lecturer, and industry consultant at ETH Zurich. In her keynote speech “From becoming an engineer to inspiring engineers,” she will talk about her inspiring career and, of course, we would be delighted if there were many questions and a lively exchange.

Details can be found in the invitation (Einladung_Frauen im Engineering_From Becoming an Engineer). Please register by November 1st at the latest, so that we can organize enough snacks and drinks.

We are looking forward to seeing you!

Supercomputing Sisters
Claudia Lorenz, Sabine Proll, Jasmin Smula, Susanne Suter

Swiss Air-Ambluance Rega has introduced a complete new mission control system and thereby developed a new telecommunication infrastructure system with SCS AG as its partner. The system is Voice-over-IP (VoIP) based and features a custom-designed user frontend that perfectly fits the mission controller’s needs and includes two VoIP-telephones per workplace. The system also integrates communication through the Rega-proprietary Switzerland-wide radio system which was also developed mainly by Supercomputing Systems AG.

The communication system is seamlessly integrated to a mission control system delivered by Hexagon and ideally supports the operative processes of Rega mission controllers. In addition to the introduction of these new software solutions the entire mission control IT infrastructure of Rega has moved to external data centers. The telecommunication core systems run redundantly in two geographically separated locations. This ensures a high availability.

The development of the communication system including testing, deployment and go-live took SCS one year.

The Mico VoIP communication frontend for Rega mission controllers