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Within the IGCS consortium, cablex assumes responsibility for the overall project management in the area of electrical installations and leads the implementation of the railway engineering work package in the tunnel construction project for the Lausanne-Echallens-Bercher (LEB) railway line.
In December 2020, we reported on project preparation work in our engineering division at cablex. All 32 stories of the highest residential tower in Canton Bern are now standing, and the interior work is well underway. Wireless technicians from cablex are now at the construction site every day to guarantee in-house mobile communications coverage.
The transportation of antennas and accessories is difficult, time-consuming and costly, especially in impassable mountain regions. Because of this, cablex is currently testing multicopter drones that can transport loads of 80-150 kg safely and with pinpoint accuracy to the building site or building.
cablex is the number 1 in the construction of network infrastructures. We regularly report on our exciting projects on this topic. To ensure that no questions remain unanswered in the future, we have summarised and explained the most important terms in the "Wireline network construction reference book".
We have wonderful mountain regions in Switzerland, which beckon holiday-makers to go hiking and skiing. The mobile phone is our daily companion in all our activities. Mountain railways are in operation and restaurants cater for their guests. Network reception is guaranteed by mobile communications antennas. The masts for the antennas are sometimes flown in by helicopter. A time-consuming but very exciting task, which is coordinated by our WIRELESS team.
On behalf of Swisscom, cablex provides on-site support to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) for every step of the installation and in the setup of the digital POS solution "Business POS". SMEs gain a comprehensive sales register system that supports them digitally in all stages of work, including warehouse management, invoicing, customer interaction and customer loyalty.
In the night of Saturday 26 to Sunday 27 June 2021, a fault report of the highest priority was received by Swisscom: Cable fire in Cham, Canton of Zug. Numerous cables were completely destroyed. Several hundred Swisscom customers and other Telekom providers were without landline, internet and TV connection. cablex instantly mobilised all available teams and was on the spot immediately to give their best.
Many coronavirus restrictions are now being relaxed across Europe. This also has an impact on the events sector. Performances, concerts and sports events are slowly waking from their beauty sleep and life is increasingly being lived outside of the home office.
The man, the dog, the house in miniature, all created with a 3D printer – a familiar sight for us today. But what about a shotcrete 3D robot? cablex sees potential in this technology to provide the infrastructure required for network construction even faster.
cablex expands its cooperation with SIX Payment Services in the cantons of Grisons, Ticino, and Geneva. More than 25 service technicians install and maintain different versions of payment terminals for SIX in the three Swiss regions mainly in shops, restaurants, petrol stations and car parks.
As the next generation of mobile communications, 5G is opening up a whole range of new possibilities for our smart, digital society. In keeping with the ongoing trend toward greater automation, 5G will enable autonomous machines to adapt more quickly to their environment, learn more rapidly from others on the network and respond faster and more accurately to central commands.
Everyone knows about the problems of parking spaces. Are any available? Is a fee required? Am I actually allowed to park there? Taking these and other questions into account, Luregn Hug’s unit (CX-INF-TAE) developed the CorPark system. Are you curious what’s behind CorPark?
The community of Oberweningen is one of the pilot communities in which the Wireline Rollout (WRO) business unit is laying optical fibre cables right into homes. The new splitter technology XGS-PON is being used for the expansion of the Fibre to the Home (FTTH) optical fibre network. We will provide insight into the roll-out and show the advantages of XGS-PON.
In Prime Tower 2, cablex installed high- and low-voltage power supply, lighting and audio, video and security systems for Swisscom. The acceptance tests took place at the end of March. In our photo slideshow we show what has happened in the short time between the first shooting in mid-January and the second on-site visit in early April.
Thanks to the great teamwork of all colleagues involved, cablex was able to get all 80 affected customers in Stalden near Sarnen in the canton of Obwalden back online within 48 hours.
A total of 26 power line technician apprentices in their 2nd year of apprenticeship completed their second technical ICC (inter-company course). The stars of this four-day course were fibre-optic cables, also known as optical fibre cables. From cable routing to cable processing and splicing – the apprentices have received comprehensive information on fibre optic cables and can now put the knowledge they have acquired into practice point by point. After these four days, the 26 apprentices are even more experienced and are now one step closer to completing their apprenticeship.
The management of cablex appoints Domenik Imhof as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) as of April 1, 2021. The position has been created in order to implement and supervise the requirements for operational information and data security, which have been increasing heavily over the last few years. Domenik Imhof reports to the Chief Information Officer, Sascha Spasovski.
In autumn 2020 we reported on the rollout launch of the Smart Information Displays, or SID for short, in the railway stations of the SBB. The digital, barrier-free and interactive displays replace the familiar yellow rail timetables. Over the course of 2021, cablex will install 300 digital steles throughout Switzerland and put them into operation. High time, therefore, to get some initial feedback from our partners.
Net construction requires physical fitness, muscle power and a lot of planning. But that's not all: to avoid breakages, optical fibre must also be handled with care a great deal of care. With this in mind, it’s hard to imagine these cables can be routed via overhead lines and withstand wind and storms! The secret is the suspension cable, which gives the optical fibre cable the necessary stability...
Over the last few months, we've reported a lot about the successful integration of the Customer Field Service division into the cablex structure. However, new colleagues have also been diligently trained in other business units to help shape the future of cablex.
A working Internet connection is a matter of course for us nowadays. But if there's an interruption, the service can usually not be restored quickly enough. For technicians to be able to repair the fault, they need information about the affected customers and lines. This information can now be prepared 80 percent faster. That's real progress!
Five trainee network electricians with a focus on telecommunications studied hard over four days in Kallnach. They completed their first subject-specific ICC (inter-company course) and were very motivated despite being tested every day. They were trained on everything to do with copper technology.
The rollout of intelligent current measurement systems, known as smart metres, is part of cablex’s service offer. The Energy Strategy 2050, which was approved by the population in May 2017, stipulates that at least 80% of all households and companies in an electricity supplier’s network area must be converted by the end of 2027.
These are turbulent times. It is not only internal safety rules that must be followed at all times at cablex, the measures to protect against the corona virus must be, too. These serve to protect the health of all cablex employees and customers. cablex’s safety experts carry out regular inspections and detect possible deviations.
For most of us, hearing the words "drilling" or "minimally invasive", probably makes us think about our last visit to the dentist... But that's not what we're talking about here! We're referring to the Infrastructure Unit's latest achievement in the civil work segment.
The 126-metre-high Prime Tower in Zurich is already being called the emblem of Zurich West Business Park. Swisscom has rented offices on the fifth and sixth floors of the Prime Tower 2. It has commissioned its subsidiary cablex with the electrical installations – a major project with great potential for the future.
Working at a construction site always involves a certain risk of accident. Safety for employees and road and transport users is thus the top priority for cablex. With our video tutorial, we would like to point out some (but not all) safety aspects for work in shafts.
On the evening of 23 November 2020, Maroggia mill by Lake Lugano, which is over 150 years old, burnt down to its foundation walls. The fire also damaged the mobile communications antennae of Swisscom and Salt, which were situated on the roof of the grain silo belonging to the mill. This resulted in considerable disruption to the mobile communications network. cablex was on location with almost all of its business units and proved to its customers how strongly it can act thanks to its diverse business areas and good regional coordination.
Two units that have already been collaborating for a long time will be growing together next year: The employees from Rollout & Migration (RAM) will become part the Wireline Construction (WCO) unit. In the following, we’ll explain why this union is the perfect match and unlocks great potential.
The BäreTower in Ostermundigen will be the highest residential tower in the canton of Bern. The cablex engineering unit has already been involved in the planning phase of the building from an early stage, and will ensure the provision of in-house mobile communications. Completion and occupation of the BäreTower are slated for spring 2022.
On 31 August 2020, right on schedule, the Ceneri base tunnel was handed over to Swiss Federal Railways. From the time that cablex and ARGE CPC started the project in 2012, we had many opportunities to get behind-the-scenes glimpses into work on the tunnel and to report about the exciting developments. In our film Best of Ceneri we look back at these unforgettable milestones. What was the experience like for the people working on this project? We had the pleasure of reconnecting with three cablex builders to talk about their personal experiences with the monumental Ceneri Base Tunnel project.
In Switzerland, especially in its rural areas, there are about 500,000 wooden overhead poles. As part of the basic supply for all Swiss citizens, Swisscom must guarantee access to the telephone network and data transmission in all areas. The above-ground supply line is usually the most low-cost variant. According to the Swiss Federal Inspectorate for Heavy Current Installations (ESTI), the poles, which play a supporting role in the above-ground system in the truest sense of the word, must be inspected every ten years. Hence a good two dozen technicians from Customer Field Service dedicate themselves to checking about 47,000 poles every year between March and October.
In November 2020, third-year trainees met again at the BKW Energie AG training centre in Kallnach to take part in the four-day inter-company course for network electricians with a focus telecommunications. The TEL 3 part of the course covered FTTx technology and single fibre management. The course took place in strict compliance with the Covid-19 protection concept.
The Société de la Loterie de la Suisse Romande (Romandy Lottery) (the company that operates the lottery in Romandy) was faced with the challenge of expanding its digital network for distributing its games and optimising costs. The existing network did not allow either of these, so they looked for a customer-focused solution together with Swisscom. The solution was found in the form of the innovative network solution Enterprise Connect. As part of this new direction, customer field service technicians installed new routers at 2500 networked Romandy Lottery sales outlets in French-speaking Switzerland.
A major incident was triggered in Monthey in the canton of Wallis late in the afternoon of 12 November 2020. The major disruption was caused by a Wallis construction company. While ramming down a road and the parallel railway line, a Swisscom pipe was damaged. The disruption affected about 1500 customers. However, several hurdles had to be taken before the cablex teams were even able to take up their work…
The well-known, yellow departure information, zone plans and departure monitors at SBB train stations have become obsolete. Starting in autumn 2020, they will be gradually replaced by smart information displays (SIDs). These are barrier-free, interactive and also provide the option to display content dynamically and specific to the location. cablex was awarded the contract from SBB to realise this thrilling project as the full-service general contractor for the Midland and South regions.
Unbelievable but true: Until 1903, the maximum load that a person was allowed to carry in Switzerland was 125 kilograms! The Federal Council then set appropriate limits. As a rule, the manual lifting of loads should be kept to a minimum and mechanical aids should be used whenever possible. The manhole covers that our employees move several times a day weigh up to 430 kilograms. It is therefore a matter of extreme importance for cablex and the safety managers in the BSE unit to always refer people to suitable lifting equipment and the right technology.
Business Unit Fibre to the Street (FTS) has only just presented the development of the QA app. With this application, it is possible to track and document the physical operations of network construction, from the civil engineering up to the switch-over. “Additional measures for process optimisation” were announced. Now this promise can be kept with insight into the first steps and measures for optimisation of the “logical control”. This sub-process is also to be optimised by using digitalisation solutions, among other things, and thereby make a contribution to shortening throughput times, increasing quality and reducing costs.
The transition from conventional fixed network technology TDM (Time Division Multiplexing) to the new system environment, which is based on Internet protocol—and hence is IP-based, which it is usually called—conforms to a worldwide trend. Conventional fixed network telephony has already seen its best days, and is now being replaced by IP technology. In the future, all fixed network services (and telephony as well) will run over IP and hence over one and the same network.
cablex uses thermal imaging technology to test electrical installations. Specially trained employees analyse and document the results of the respective thermographic images. When these images point to a defect in the particular installation, the customer benefits from the fact that cablex can provide the required experts needed to repair the damage quickly and reliably.
The Avidbots Neo cleaning robot belonging to ISS Facility Service AG has already been in use at St. Jakob-Park shopping centre in Basel for a total of 450 hours. A Preventive Maintenance Service (PM Service) is now due. This technical maintenance involves working through an extensive service list provided by the manufacturer.
Now that the Ceneri Base Tunnel has been put into operation, the New Railway Link through the Alps (NRLA) is complete. The continuous flat-rail route from Altdorf to Lugano would not have become a reality without the 15.4 km base tunnel under the Ceneri. On 31 August 2020, the Ceneri Base Tunnel was handed over to Swiss Federal Railways right on schedule. And with that, the operator SBB is now the owner of the Ceneri Base Tunnel. This milestone draws cablex's largest ever technology project to a close after five and a half years. A good time, then, to take a look back and review the most important phases for cablex.
In 2019, the Executive Board of cablex decided to outsource its own logistics services in the area of radio communication to the company Fastlog AG. The reasons for this were limited warehouse capacities as well as the aspiration to implement the future requirements of materials handling in Derendingen and transportation to the construction sites with a strong and professional logistics partner.
In future, double-decker trains are to run on the section between Brig and Lausanne. In order to realise this project of the SBB, a railway bridge in Montreux will be demolished and rebuilt at the same location in line with the new requirements. Pipes run through the existing bridge containing copper and optical fibre cables of Swisscom. At the beginning of June 2020, cablex received the order to reroute these cables to enable the bridge to be demolished. The time frame of two months until demolition was very short...
The Fibre to the Street (FTS) and Business Excellence (BSE) business units have developed an app together during a joint project. With this application, all work steps related to network construction, from civil engineering to the switching and expansion of the XGS PON site, can now be tracked and documented using digital checklists. A test version of the QA app has been available to selected FTS teams throughout Switzerland since the beginning of May.
16 learners have been the proud owners of a Swiss Federal Certificate of Proficiency for several weeks now. They have successfully completed their apprenticeship and can now get started with their careers. We're delighted that the majority of the graduate apprentices will continue dedicating themselves to cablex.
Of the numerous apprentices in Switzerland who completed their apprenticeships as network electricians in July 2020, two from the ranks of cablex managed to stand out from the crowd.‑ Toni Markov gained the best marks in Switzerland with a grade of 5.7. With a final grade of 5.3, Tomislav Vukovac shared first place in the Canton of Zurich with two other graduates as the best network electrician with a Swiss Federal Certificate of Proficiency. Behind the extremely good achievements of this new generation are very personal motivations and the realisation that it is never too late to dedicate yourself to something.
cablex was involved in modernising the railways at the Swiss Rhine Ports Basel-Kleinhüningen, Birsfelden and Muttenz Auhafen from 2017 to 2020. The Infrastructure Business Unit layed the electrical and data cabling of the safety systems as a subcontractor of Siemens AG. In addition, diverse distribution systems and junction boxes were installed along the tracks. Another bid was won from Hafenbahn Schweiz AG in September 2019 to replace the rail yard lighting in Kleinhüningen.
The digital transformation in the economy and society is progressing at high speed. And to manage and guide cablex into the "premier digital league", the position of Chief Digital Officer (CDO) was created with a start date of 1. August, 2020. The new helmsman on board is Markus van Heijningen, a proven IT expert with tremendous enthusiasm for digital solutions. He comes with a great deal of experience in the ICT environment and has already accompanied extensive strategy processes during his career. Markus van Heijningen reports directly to the CFO and will orchestrate the digital transformation at cablex.
Braunwald is located 1300 m above sea level in the southern part of the canton of Glarus. When transporting material, “the sun terrace” shows that it lives up to its name. But it is also clear that the connection of a car-free mountain village entails logistical challenges and a considerable amount of extra work.
Pulling cable is part of daily business at cablex. Nevertheless, each project comes with its own challenges—just like an order that was recently realised: The upfront organisational effort was immense, because a total of 90 kilometres of cable had to be pulled between the Central and West regions, Solothurn, Basel and Jura, the German- and French-speaking language area, across cities and in the country, in road traffic and literally through forests and meadows—and that wasn’t all by a long shot...
The process of capturing biometric data at the passport office or at a national border is well known today; facial image, fingerprints and signature are all recorded. The equipment used for this purpose, which was developed by the company Atos AG, is in use worldwide and requires technical support.
The Board of Directors of cablex has appointed Pascal Sutter as the new Head of Wireless. With this appointment, he will also be a member of the cablex Executive Board. This position was newly created in view of the adjusted target organisation from 1 January 2021. Pascal Sutter (1973) will start on 1 September 2020 and will be involved on an ongoing basis in the future tasks of the new business unit over the coming months.
Following on from the refurbishment of the Sachseln Tunnel, which cablex reported about in July 2019, the Soliwald Tunnel will be renovated this year. Various tunnels along the A8 motorway are being upgraded for safety reasons under the auspices of the Federal Roads Office ASTRA. cablex is planning and implementing the technology in the new escape tunnel and installing the new passageway and adaptive lighting.
Under the name cablex Academy, the Professional Training unit offers a wide range of specialist and safety courses as well as basic and advanced management training (One Swisscom Academy portfolio). Basic vocational training for the next generation is also provided here, i.e. training of apprentices. The training and further education opportunities are available in three languages, and can be accessed by cablex employees as well as interested external parties.
The Swisscom control centre in the main post office building at Bahnhofsplatz in Schaffhausen has to move - and with it all 50,000 connections. During eight night switchovers, three copper splicers and two CFS switching fitters kept their cool and an overview of thousands of wires and connections.
The employees of cablex have to deal with the issue of safety every day on their construction sites in rail or road traffic, in tunnels, on pavements or on busy roads. Their work does not start with the installation of a traffic light system, for example, but earlier on, as they also have to ensure the construction sites are safe - for their own protection and that of all road users.
At the beginning of 2020, cablex started to perform 5G in-house installations for various customers. The focus throughout Switzerland has initially been placed on Swisscom shops and railway stations. Plans then envisage moving on to shopping centres and football stadiums. The 4x4 MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) technology used results in an enormous increase in speed and capacity.
During work on the trackbed at Lyss railway station, a construction company damaged a cable conduit. Sheet piling which was mechanically rammed into the ground cut through multiple copper and fibreglass cables. There was considerable damage, which meant that 2,200 Swisscom customers had to do without Internet, television, mobile communication and telephones.
Over the last few weeks, the coronavirus crisis has triggered changes in all of cablex's areas of activity. Working conditions have been adapted in many places: there has been a shift to working from home, teams are working with protective equipment on construction sites and some of our colleagues are currently unable to work. Our apprentices are finding themselves in the same situation. We asked them about their experience of this extraordinary time.
Visiting the customer with the necessary protective equipment is also part of everyday life for our Field Service employees during the corona crisis. A little effort can have a big impact. By following the protective and hygienic measures recommended by the FOPH and correctly using the protective equipment provided by cablex, we can not only protect our customers but also our colleagues.
The use of protective measures to prevent infection with Covid-19 is already practised on all cablex construction sites. Elias and Philipp from the Oftringen site have made themselves available to demonstrate the correct handling of the protective equipment. Insights into working on the construction site in times of the Corona Pandemic show that although protection is indispensable, it is also complex in everyday working life. At the same time, the use of protective equipment such as face masks, goggles and gloves shown here can be applied to all areas of everyday life.
You can't have enough speed when it comes to surfing, gaming or streaming via the Internet. cablex is therefore connecting all communities in Switzerland to the fast optical fibre network, which is replacing the "old" copper cable infrastructure. The communities of Ober- and Unterentfelden are also being upgraded with optical fibre – but where does the cable come from and how does it get into the shaft?
On 8 April, cablex received a very high priority incident notification: The drilling machine of a construction company cut several optical fibre and copper cables during the course of its work. As a result of this, several thousand customers in Bulle, Rougemont, Charmey and Château-d'Œx had no access to the Internet, Swisscom TV, mobile telephony and fixed network telephony. cablex is proud of the untiring and committed work of everyone involved on site and says: "Chapeau et merci beaucoup!"
The new cablex B-Site in Schmerikon has been ready to be moved into since 1 March 2020. The former Kaltbrunn site offices, the Kaltbrunn warehouse and Civil Work from Altendorf will be united under one roof. Through the consolidation of the three units in one location, communication channels will be shortened, exchange between the units simplified and duplication prevented.
In February 2020, the four-day industry-wide training (ÜK) for network electricians in the telecommunications sector took place. Six of the sixteen 2nd year apprentices are completing three-year apprenticeships at cablex. This part of the TEL 2 course was organised and supervised (technically) by Diamond SA along with its partner companies Netcom AG and Mesomatic Messtechnik AG. cablex monitored the courses, held in German, French and Italian, and supported students on site.
The Fibre to the Street (FTS) business unit can look back at a successful year: In 2019, 137 municipalities were physically accepted with a success rate of 90 per cent. However, the positive figures are not only an expression of a positive financial year, but rather they are primarily also the result of constant optimisation and hence the result of a continuous development process by the business unit over the course of the past few years. But what is behind the abstract information about constant optimisation and a continuous development process? In the interview with cablex Communications, Christian Rossi, Head of the FTS business unit, explains the six most important reasons for the success of his business unit.
Anyone can see that coronavirus is currently having an enormous impact on life in Switzerland. As part of a Swisscom taskforce and within the cablex crisis team, we have also been working intensively on this topic since the end of January 2020, and we are aware that fear and uncertainty are rife in many places. Our greatest concern is the protection of our employees, customers and Partners.
On 1 January 2020, cablex's services division received a boost in the form of 1000 specialists from Swisscom Customer Field Service (CFS). With 2500 employees, cablex is now Switzerland's number one when it comes to building network infrastructures and providing on-site service. cablex offers first-class quality, maximum customer satisfaction and the best on-site service. This is made possible by motivated and committed employees who give their best every day; team spirit rules at cablex. This is also confirmed by Roger Huggler, Head of Regions Central and South of Customer Field Service at cablex in the following interview.
New technologies offer many ways to create a digital map (digital twin) of an entire infrastructure. Technical systems are extremely cost-intensive to operate. To maintain reliable transport operation while taking safety and environmental aspects into account, potential risks must be evaluated and safeguarded against well into the future. The Test and Training Facility of the Ceneri Base Tunnel is a practical example of how cablex uses digital solutions to simplify processes. cablex implemented the project, called TUSA 4, on behalf of SBB.
The civil work activities at the Unterentfelden site have had a new mobile excavator since January. It was possible to put the vehicle, which has a lifting capacity of up to 1,500 kg, to immediate use in the excavation work undertaken as part of a sewer diversion.
Just imagine you could digitally map your entire infrastructure project – from the initial idea through planning and construction and even operation. As the most significant partner for Swiss network construction, we are a driving force behind digital transformation. Join us in this mission and help shape the digital transformation in your own organisation – together with cablex. Contact us for more information.
cablex's work on the Ceneri Base Tunnel project is almost finished. Trains will soon run along the Ceneri Viaduct on a regular basis in 2020. Ceneri's electrical systems were put into operation in September. Reason enough to meet those involved for an interview in Vigana.
In November 2019, we introduced young visitors and interested parties in both Zurich and Lausanne to our apprenticeships at cablex.
The City of Zurich Traffic Department developed the City Traffic 2025 strategy to ensure a flow of traffic that is as safe and smooth as possible. During the course of this project, the control units as well as parts of the outdoor installations (traffic lights, control units, tactile pedestrian pushbuttons with vibration, etc.) are to be replaced by the year 2025 for 400 city traffic control systems. Siemens Mobility AG is allowed to carry out the implementation for 210 traffic control Systems.
As a partner of Siemens Mobility, cablex takes over the conversion of the outdoor installations and replacement of the control units. This means that cablex realises its first big project in this new traffic engineering line of business.
The moment will arrive on 1 January 2020: Swisscom is transferring its Customer Field Service (CFS) to cablex. This makes the company Switzerland’s number 1 in the construction of network infrastructures and on-site service.
When the streets of Zermatt are still free of snow in the off-season and the number of tourists is still relatively low, the construction machines move into the well-known Valais mountain village. In a breath-taking autumn atmosphere, cablex installed 250 micro CANs in 12 lots on behalf of Swisscom. At 130 locations, fibre is being laid into the buildings (Fibre to the Building or FTTB) and at 120 locations it will run up to the nearest shaft, Fibre to the Street (FTTS). The construction period of the project is three years, as the construction work in car-free Zermatt can only be carried out in May and October.
When fault notifications arrive, restoring service for customers as quickly as possible is the top priority for measurement engineers responsible for the region. They must juggle several challenges in planning, prioritisation, coordination, quality assurance and cost control to remedy faults quickly.
On the occasion of the Huawei European Supplier Convention on 04 and 05 November 2019 in Paris, cablex received the Health & Safety Award for "outstanding supplier". We can be very proud of winning this award in a Europe-wide competition
Digital advertising steles on busy streets and squares in Zurich. cablex is supervising overall deadlines, processes and cooperation between those involved. Additional locations are to be equipped with 75-inch LED screens at the beginning of 2020.
Within the Murg-Walenstadt project, cablex is responsible for maintaining the existing optical fibre infrastructure, and is simultaneously carrying out the construction of the new optical fibre infrastructure. In
addition, it is planning the entire fibre management.
cablex's work on the Ceneri Base Tunnel project is almost finished. Trains will soon run along the Ceneri Viaduct on a regular basis in 2020. Ceneri's electrical systems were put into operation in September. Reason enough to meet those involved for an interview in Vigana.
With effect from 1 January 2020, cablex will take over Swisscom's Customer Field Service (CFS). This development will create new opportunities and perspectives – both for the company and for its customers.
What happens at cablex if an overhead cable is damaged as a result of a violent storm? How does a fault message reach the Customer Service Desk and what measures are subsequently taken? What do our employees in the service sector see as the greatest challenges and how can they successfully overcome them? Lea Wunderlin, deputy director of the CSD in German-speaking Switzerland, and her team gave us exciting insights into their work.
Three K55 cable conduits were installed in a trench length of around 85 metres in Aarau in connection with the FTS expansion. In our photo documentation of a classic civil work project we show how cablex operates and explain what happens at the construction site.
Die Einbauarbeiten der Bahntechnik im Ceneri-Basistunnel (CBT) wurden im August 2019 erfolgreich abgeschlossen. Dies umfasst die Fahrleitung, Bahnstrom- sowie Stromversorgung, Kabel-, Telekommunikations- und Funkanlagen. Parallel zu den Einbauarbeiten werden intensive Teilprüfungen in den zwei Einspurröhren sowie in den Bahntechnikgebäuden umgesetzt. Die Arbeitsgemeinschaft CPC (cablex, PORR), sowie die AlpTransit Gotthard AG und SBB werden den Tunnel und die Einrichtungen auf Herz und Nieren prüfen. Umfassende Abnahmebegehungen sind für Herbst / Winter 2019 vorgesehen. Die Abnahmebegehung, die mit bis zu 60 Fachleuten durchgeführt wird, umfasst dabei jeden Tunnel-Meter, insgesamt 48 Querschläge sowie die Installationen. Die fahrplanmässige Inbetriebnahme des Ceneri-Basistunnels durch die SBB erfolgt im Dezember 2020.
CEVA is the abbreviation for the new Cornavin-Eaux-Vives-Annemasse railway line in the Geneva region. The project of the Swiss Federal Railways SBB and the National Company of French Railways SNCF is connecting the existing rail networks of Switzerland and France to form an efficient regional transport system.This major project is the answer to the development and growth in the canton of Geneva. cablex is heavily involved in the project, and our project manager Pierre Yves Delacrétaz answered a few questions about the CEVA project.
To mark the start of the 2019 training year, we welcome 22 new trainees to cablex. You will be trained to become electricians, assembly electricians and network electricians.
Congratulations to those who have completed their training this year! You have successfully completed your training and can now get your career started. We are delighted that the majority of those who have completed their training will continue to contribute their proficiency to cablex.
Mathias Brand, Head of Infrastructure and member of the Executive Board of cablex, has decided to leave the company after ten years. From April 2020, he will be CEO and co-owner of Kilchenmann AG, Kehrsatz, the leading company for professional audio and video technology in Switzerland.
The expansion of the fibre optic network is in full swing and more and more households are being connected to fast internet. Since cablex provides "everything from a single source", our installers from civil work create the prerequisites for the installation of the fast internet connection by converting the small access shafts.
SBB is building the new double-track Bözberg Tunnel with Implenia as a general contractor. In March 2019, work began on installing the railway technology in the railway tunnel, which is 2.7 kilometres long. As a subcontractor of Implenia, cablex is responsible for carrying out all the expansion work in the cross passageways.
Besides the electricity and transport networks, the telecommunications network is the most important foundation for an intact economy. This expansion requires specialists, a rare commodity here in Switzerland! cablex is aware of this and is therefore promoting the training of Network electricians with Swiss Federal Certificate of Proficiency (EFZ) with a focus on telecommunications.
A typical day in the life of an assembly electrician begins early in the morning. A huge variety of tasks are waiting to be dealt with at the building site. But what exactly are our trainees learning to do? I spent a day at work with them to find out more.
Die Digitalisierung verändert die Art und Weise wie wir arbeiten, kommunizieren und Medien konsumieren. Ohne leistungsfähiges Telekommunikationsnetz wäre das unmöglich. Darum sorgen die Fachleute von cablex dafür, dass dieses Netz einwandfrei geplant, gebaut und gewartet wird. Spannende Aufgaben – und vor allem ein Beruf mit Zukunft, wie Sandra Lange, Leiterin HR und Mitglied der Geschäftsleitung von cablex, im Interview verrät.
The global connection of people and things is what we aspire to. Do you want to be a part of this and plan, build and maintain the associated ICT and network infrastructure solutions? Do you want to shape the future of a connected Switzerland and facilitate these connections? In cooperation with committed colleagues and in an environment where you can get off to a flying start and are valued as a specialist, you will benefit from the best working conditions. Find out how an apprenticeship at cablex will inspire you.
Heinz Herren was elected to succeed Mario Rossi at the most recent ordinary meeting of the Board of Directors on 24 April, 2019. Mario Rossi will hand over his role as Chairman of the Board, but will remain on the Board of Directors. Marc Werner also recently joined the Board of Directors.
In the press release of 13 February, 2019, the public was informed about the new extensive offer. But what exactly will we be doing in this area from now on? What are the next steps?
Fibre optic cable connections from a central exchange to the apartments, which will provide a very high data transmission capacity, is increasingly being demanded by many building owners. Such as is the case with the LimmatSpot project in Spreitenbach. For UPC, this means exploring new avenues and new types of development to meet the needs of the construction industry. Fibre optic cabling in buildings, i.e. utilisation of the fibre optic connections provided within a building, is new territory for UPC and is only used in larger, new buildings. This project is one of the first of its kind - and cablex was commissioned to implement it.
The first specific inter-company course for network electricians ‑in the telecommunications sector has been completed – and cablex was once again involved. The trainees of cablex, LKW Energie and Saphir focused on copper splices and the implementation of an interlocking system. After a one-day theoretical unit, they received an assignment that they carried out in three days.
How’s it looking in the Ceneri Base Tunnel at the moment? How do the technicians get through the 15.4 km long tunnel? What can be found in a cross passage? All these questions are answered in the fourth film by Mathias Brand and Pascal Sulzer. Follow our gents and get a unique insight into the current state of the Ceneri Base Tunnel. Off into the tunnel!
5G is the next generation of wireless broadband technology – and cablex is building the network on behalf of the operators. But what is 5G exactly? And what can society as a whole expect from this new technology? Answers to these questions as well as information on how cablex is involved in the 5G business were answered during an interview with Kornel Reutemann, Head of Telecommunications at cablex.
Swisscom and its subsidiary cablex are joining forces on the service front. Swisscom is transferring its Customer Field Service to cablex Ltd with effect from 1 January 2020. Swisscom’s Customer Field Service provides on-site customer support and carries out installations, commissioning, maintenance and fault rectification. The merger will make cablex one of the largest service providers in Switzerland and is aimed at offering its customers premium quality directly on site.
cablex digs deep into its own history and reveals the development of a job profile: from the former telecommunications specialists ‑to today's apprenticeship in the field of network electrics with a focus on telecommunications. cablex is very committed when it comes to ensuring the availability of specialists for the future.
Keeping Switzerland rolling ... by changing from red to green, controlling and optimising traffic flow, maintaining existing traffic safety and control systems and planning new ones – from April 2019, cablex will be presenting all this to customers as part of the company's new traffic technology offering.
cablex Mitarbeitende profitieren seit dem Jahr 2015 von verschiedensten Fach- und Sicherheitskursen der cablex Academy. Mit dieser Institution stellt das Unternehmen einen hohen Standard bei der Realisierung und ein hohes Mass an fachlichem Know-how bei Ausführung und Ausbildung im Bereich Netzbau Telekommunikation sicher. Seit Neuestem ist das Angebot für alle Interessierten buchbar – das heisst auch für Externe.
Am dritten überbetrieblichen Kurs (ÜK) der Netzelektrikerlernenden im ersten Lehrjahr wurde das Basiswissen rund um Freileitungen, das im vorangegangenen Kurs vermittelt wurde, erweitert. Die 37 Teilnehmenden haben im Bildungszentrum der BKW Energie AG in Kallnach zuerst einiges an Theorie gelernt und das neue Wissen dann direkt im Anschluss in die Praxis umgesetzt und umfassend eingeübt.
On Sunday, 11 November 2018, the on-call team was notified of a service failure in Otelfingen. Two kilometres of fibre optic cable had to be replaced. The disruption had been caused by rats gnawing on the cables.
Durch unsere schweizweite Präsenz bilden wir Lernende als Elektroinstallateur/in EFZ, Montage-Elektriker/innen und Netzelektriker/in EFZ mit Schwerpunkt Telekommunikation an 15 Standorten aus. Neben guten schulischen Leistungen, vor allem in Mathematik, sollten angehende Lernende ein gewisses technisches Verständnis, eine exakte und sorgfältige Arbeitsweise und auch körperliche Robustheit und handwerkliches Geschick mitbringen.
"Stoos is a car-free village and skiing area in Morschach in the Swiss Canton of Schwyz. The village is situated at a height of 1305 m above sea level on an elevated plain. It has 150 residents and 2200 guest beds," according to Wikipedia. And it was precisely this village that was connected to the optical fibre network (Fibre to the Street) within just four weeks by two cablex technicians.
Kürzlich erhielt cablex Einblick in den zweiten überbetrieblichen Kurs der Netzelektrikerlernenden im ersten Lehrjahr. Im Bildungszentrum der BKW Energie AG in Kallnach konnten 34 Lernende aus der Umgebung Bern vier Tage lang ihr Basiswissen im Bereich Freileitungen vertiefen. Dabei wurden knapp 80 DIN-A4-Seiten Theorie gebüffelt, praktische Übungen durchgeführt und Prüfungen absolviert. Die Noten sind bereits relevant für das Qualifikationsverfahren (QV) der Lehrabschlussprüfung, das die Lernenden im Frühling 2021 erwartet.
"Als Kind wollte ich immer Richterin werden. Warum? Ganz einfach: Weil ich gerne recht habe !", so Julia Hornung, bei cablex Netzelektrikerin im ersten Lehrjahr. In den Jahren des Erwachsenwerdens musste sie sich zunehmend ernsthaft mit ihrer Berufswahl auseinandersetzen, und die Entscheidung war nicht einfach, da das Angebot an Lehrstellen immens ist. Vor diesem Hintergrund begann Julia vor einem Jahr bei cablex ihre Vorlehre zur Netzelektrikerin mit dem Schwerpunkt Telekommunikation. In diesem Jahr konnte sie sich intensiv mit dem Beruf auseinandersetzen, sodass sie im August 2018 – mit dem Beginn ihrer dreijährigen Ausbildung – sicher sein konnte, dass dies die richtige Berufslehre für sie ist.
Swisscom baut in Burgdorf zusammen mit Ericsson ein komplettes 5G-Netz, welches nach dem neusten 5G-Standard ausgerichtet ist. Darüber konnten erfolgreich erste 5G-Datenübertragungen durchgeführt werden. Mit diesem Netz testet Swisscom die neuste Mobilfunkgeneration unter realen Bedingungen im urbanen Gebiet. Die Erfahrungen fliessen in den weiteren 5G-Ausbau bei Swisscom ein.
The mobile population's need for flexible and shared mobility solutions is growing all the time. Starting today, there is a new offer in the Greater Basel region: electric scooters are available at the Basel SBB, Muttenz and Pratteln train stations. At any time, day or night, users can remove the e-scooters from the "ScooBoxes" and subsequently return them. IBION's pilot trial in the Greater Basel region is being carried out in collaboration with SBB and Hamburg-based Walberg Urban Electrics.
At the beginning of March, this Post was a topic of conversation on the cablex Facebook-Account. What is the yellow line needed for? Denise wanted to know and found out: what happens at cablex, what happens at KABLAN and what does it look like on the construction site?
The building that houses the Nyon exchange is subject to a demolition order, and all copper and optical fibre cables need to be moved to a new underground space. One of the two entrances to the cable chamber will be demolished, meaning that all of the cables currently running through this entrance will have to be rerouted.
cablex is Swisscom's network expansion partner for the Swiss-wide expansion of the optical fibre network. We would like to use the municipality of Balsthal to show what this means for cablex and why Balsthal is a special municipality.
The headquarters in Delémont is being pulled down, with just the cellar remaining. Therefore, everything needs to be moved into the cellar: 24,600 copper wires.
The week of 14 May 2018 was an especially difficult week in Western Switzerland. The work programmes were well filled, the standby staff had to go out on call numerous times and in addition we had to resolve a significant interference that was triggered by a third party on Rue de Fribourg in Vevey.
Elvira Baumann, who has worked for Swisscom for over 30 years, was very disappointed, because her mother's connection was offline for over a week and nothing was being done. She rightly sent a complaint by e-mail. While we at cablex were unable to make up for inconvenience caused, we were able to show her what it means to resolve a problem. We therefore invited her to join Jan Rudolf (cablex measurement technician) in her region of Chur.
This episode is dedicated to the people in the background. Mathias Brand (Head of Infrastructure, cablex) visits various project participants.
cablex continues to grow, sustainably strengthening its competencies in cable line engineering. The company thus now is offering customers greater capacity and more expert staff for the successful planning and realisation of their demanding cable line engineering Projects.
In the night of Tuesday, 17 April 2018, 23 optical fibre cables were laid (260 m). The decision was made not to splice new cables, as this reduces costs and customers would not experience any interruptions. The rerouting of the cables was completed in connection with the building of the new RBS underground railway station in Bern, which in turn has cleared the way for the construction work – thanks to this measure, the RBS can start the planned construction activities on time.
By 2020, Engadiner Kraftwerke AG will replace the existing supply lines in the valley with new underground cabling from Pradella near Scuol to Bever. As a result of this new cabling, around 1,000 wooden masts will disappear from the landscape, and the security of supply in Engadin will be improved significantly. cablex is preparing the pipes so that Engadiner Kraftwerke AG can lay its cables.
On 20. January, 2018, an article was published in Blick, which stated that Wettswil am Albis was cut off from the rest of the world. On Wednesday, 7. February, 2018, cablex put in a night shift to fix the Problem.
The network infrastructure sector in Switzerland continued to be very dynamic in 2017. The Swiss always want more mobility, services and bandwidth, and better connectivity. cablex, the leading network infrastructure builder in Switzerland, meets their demands. In order to maintain a leading role in future, the company is adjusting its organisational structure and has appointed three new board members.
The second episode of the film series on the Ceneri base tunnel is now online. Take a look and find out what role the company AlpTransit Gotthard AG played. What’s more, you will get some exclusive insight into the tunnel sections. Let’s head off to Ticino!
The holiday village of Saas Fee is being equipped with “Fibre to the Home (FTTH)” as part of the optical fibre cooperation agreement between Oberwallis and Danet Oberwallis AG. Since April 2017, cablex has been laying optical fibre cable to each home on behalf of Swisscom AG, to ensure fast connections can be guaranteed. At first this sounds like an ordinary job for cablex– if it wasn’t for the high profile of the location and the fact that it’s a car-free zone.
cablex is growing continually and strengthening its cable construction activities, so that it can react to customer requirements with even greater flexibility.
The mobile network antenna at the traffic office in Zurich was an outdated model. For this reason, cablex was hired by Swisscom to upgrade it. Denise visited the workers at the building site and wanted to know more.
cablex has been a partner of Sunrise Communications AG since 2012. We offer Sunrise a customised service and stand-by organisation that takes care of service commissioning and fault rectification for the product world of Sunrise at all times.
On 13 September, 2017, 25 school children made their way to cablex in Gümligen in order to find out about the training possibilities offered by the company. That was twice as many as in the previous two years.
More than 100,000 people and 550 trains travel between Zurich and Winterthur every day. And the number of passengers is likely to rise over the coming years. For this reason the Federal Government, the SBB and the Zürcher Verkehrsverbund (ZVV) are expanding the range of rail offers up to 2022. During the expansion work, cablex is ensuring everything is networked appropriately.
At the OBA cablex presented three different and interesting vocational training courses. And the young visitors were able to get their hands dirty straight away.
It was a long journey, but in the summer of 2017, the network electricians with Swiss Federal Certificate of Proficiency (EFZ) with a focus on telecommunications were awarded their Federal VET diplomas. cablex initiated this training around eight years ago and can now be proud of its first 19 (own) network electricians EFZ. Let’s start at the beginning.
The Swiss railway company SBB has realised the largest individual project of the 4m corridor with the completion of the Bözberg tunnel. The new structure gauge EBV 4 enables semi-trailers with a corner height of 4m to be transported by rail. cablex is also involved in this Project.
In June 2017 we had a world première: the final examinations for the Powerline Technicians apprenticeship with a focus on telecommunications were completed for the first time.
We’re there: The first milestone of the Ceneri Base Tunnels is in the can. The film records the handover of the detailed design (submission to the Swiss Federal Office of Transport (BAV)). Get to know Daniel Binzegger, Mathias Brand and Erich Knobel and let them take you into the Ceneri Base Tunnel.
With the planning, construction and maintenance of telecommunication networks, we make sure that Switzerland remains connected. Cables often have to be transported over many kilometres to their destination – and that includes difficult terrain. That is why we searched for a flexible, strong solution for our customers that could accommodate any terrain. Today we can therefore present you with the Aebi VT450 Vario Transporter, featuring a swap body for a wide range of applications.
Der Verwaltungsrat von cablex hat die Nachfolgerin von Korinna Meylan, die das Unternehmen nach über sechs Jahren auf eigenen Wunsch verlassen hat, ernannt. Mit Sandra Lange (1974) konnte eine konzerninterne Lösung gefunden werden. Sandra Lange war seit 2009 im Bereich Human Resources von Swisscom in verschiedenen Funktionen tätig.
Over the course of three months, four electrical fitters from cablex built an assembly sampling of one of the 47 cross passages of the Ceneri Base Tunnel (CBT) in the Hagerbach Test Gallery.
Due to a fire in one of the PTP distribution box, 15 major customers, more than 300 residential customers and over 20 third-party providers were offline in Volketswil. Usually, the complete replacement of a PTP distribution box takes about three months to complete, but neither cablex nor the affected companies / residential customers had so much time. Working round the clock, cablex did everything it could to get the location back online as quickly as possible.
The Federal Roads Office has commissioned cablex to realise the new LWL (Fox) transit infrastructure for the ANU perimeter. cablex prevailed in a public tender process against five bidders.
What happens if somebody wants an additional connection, but there’s no more capacity on the cable? For our customers, the right answer is to call cablex. Because we can lay additional cables quickly and precisely, over hill and dale, and even up high.
On Thursday, 23 February, 2017, at 4.00 pm, the cablex Customer Service Desk received a fault notification. The initial diagnosis showed that Kerzers and some of the surrounding communities were cut off from the outside world. Specifically, around 10,000 subscribers had no TV, mobile, fixed network or Internet connection.
cablex and Ceragon are to work closely together in the future. In Switzerland, cablex will distribute microwave radio products from Ceragon, as well as expanding its own range of flexible solutions for microwave networks of the highest capacity.
Since 2016, cablex has stopped sending its customers Christmas gifts. Instead, customers can choose something suitable from a small but fine selection of gifts in the birthday shop. Customers also have the option, amongst other things, to make a donation instead of selecting a gift.
cablex has been Sunrise's partner since 2012. cablex carries out the installation and activation work for new products, as well as fault correction - Denise wants to know what all that means!
The detailed design was delivered on time to the ATG on 13 December 2016. Together with the legal request and master documents, the ATG submitted the detailed design to the FOT (Federal Office of Transport) on 15 December 2016.
The inhabitants of Stein am Rhein are gaining access to Switzerland's fastest network, step-by-step. Since the start of August 2016, Swisscom has been expanding the latest optical fibre technologies, “Fibre to the Street” (FTTS) and “Fibre to the Building” (FTTB) in the beautiful town on the Rhine.
Ein Monteur Freileitungen übernimmt bei cablex anspruchsvolle Kundenaufträge im Bereich Spleiss- und Montagearbeiten sowie die damit verbundenen Umschaltungen im Freileitungsbau. Er stellt im Team die Ausführung der Freileitungsaufträge sicher, von der Arbeitsübernahme bis zum Ausmass und unterstützt mittelfristig den Teamleiter bei seinen Tätigkeiten. Zusätzlich hilft er mit Netzelektriker-Lernende auszubilden.
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Elektroinstallateur/innen erstellen, unterhalten und reparieren alle elektrischen Installationen in Gebäuden
Finding work is a hot topic for all secondary school students. To draw attention to apprenticeable trades at cablex, the Gümligen site opened its doors again for year nine and year 10 students on 19 October 2016.
Connecting you to the future of communication, energy and transport.
cablex is there for you up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. As the leading provider of cutting-edge ICT and network infrastructure solutions, we offer you integrated and digitalised order processing.
Dank bestens ausgebildeter Mitarbeitender ist cablex der führende Anbieter von zukunftsorientierten ICT- und Netzinfrastruktur-Lösungen. Wir setzen uns so täglich für unsere Kunden ein
Der Glasfaser gehört die Zukunft. Mit Glasfasern können Daten viel schneller als mit Kupfer übertragen werden. Diese höheren Übertragungsraten werden immer wichtiger, denn heute kommen durch diese Fasern nicht nur das Internet, sondern auch Radio, TV, Telefon und vieles mehr.
Capacity supports refugees/migrants in Zurich in looking for meaningful activities and work. The focus here is on the existing knowledge and capabilities of each person. Many refugees have numerous skills that are often not sufficiently recognised in the host country. In addition, they usually only have restricted access to educational and work opportunities corresponding to their skills. This is where the Capacity initiative comes in. It provides refugees in Switzerland with coaching, further education and networking opportunities and supports them in contributing their ideas and potential to a sustainable Swiss economy through working in a company or establishing their own company.
At the beginning of May 2016, cablex in the Engadin moved from Zuoz to S-chanf. Over the next few months we brought the offices and the warehouse to life. On 24 August, 2016, the S-chanf office was then officially opened with a small celebration.
cablex is proud to have a successful duathlete from the Swisscom Group wearing the cablex champion's jersey: Aeneas Appius.
Did you know that five mobile Swisscom Natel antennas were installed at the Züri Fäscht in 2016 and that cablex was responsible for connecting them?
The Vaud-based company Green Motion, which has been collaborating with cablex for over a year, communicated on 28 June, 2016 that the expansion of the “Evpass” charging station network is progressing quickly.
On 3. / 4. June 2016, eight companies between the Albisriederstrasse and Freilagerstrasse celebrated the IT Festival Albisrieden. cablex, who was one of the organisers of this event, highlighted in a playful manner what it’s doing to network the world!
On Monday 7 March 2016 at around 7.15 p.m. a landslide occurred on the eastern wall of the Calanca Valley, in the Italian-speaking region of Grigioni. The landslide affected the cantonal road at the level of the village of Buseno, damaging it significantly and also damaging Swisscom’s cable channel and all of the cables it contained.
Under an agreement running for several years, Swisscom has supplied a new mobile network to the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN).
Our new “click!” newsletter invites you to dip into the world of cablex at the click of a button. If you want to find out what role cablex is playing in the Ceneri Base Tunnel or where we acquired the title of Swiss Champions, in future you will discover all of this with one click on “click!” – the new cablex newsletter.
cablex has won the tender for electrical ventilation in the Faoug-Kerzers motorway project led by the Federal Roads Office (FEDRO). For the project, we co-founded ARGE CaSie with Siemens. cablex is responsible for the administrative leadership within ARGE, including project control, training and documentation, among other things.
cablex is a proud sponsor of the Swiss Championships. The Zug cablex team won gold in the Junior A category at this year’s curling Swiss Championships held in Thun.
cablex AG has been awarded the maintenance contract for the FOITT’s access network consisting of routers, switches and WLAN access points from hardware manufacturer Cisco, while also managing the install, move, add and change (IMAC) operations.
On the night of 18/19 October 2015, cablex took down the aging split-flap displays at Zurich's main station. On 19/20 October, it mounted a new display with the latest LED technology, ensuring that train travellers are constantly informed about all train departures or delays.
cablex at the heart of Swiss rail transport – disassembly and installation of the main display board at the Hauptbahnhof Zürich (Zurich Central Station)
Im Februar 2017 werden in St. Moritz die besten Athletinnen und Athleten des Skizirkus die Pisten der Corviglia hinunterrasen. Eines der Highlights wird der Start der Herrenabfahrt sein, der mit dem "freien Fall" der steilste Start der Welt ist. Aber was hat dies mit cablex zu tun? Sehr viel, denn wir waren bereits im September 2015 am "freien Fall" am Arbeiten. Nicht mit den Skiern, sondern auf einer Stahltreppe, die als Zugang zum Herrenstart dient. Link Ski-Weltmeisterschaft.
Am 24. September 2015 traf sich im Hotel Bellevue Palace in Bern die Schweizer Netzinfrastrukturbranche zu einem aktiven Austausch. Thema des Abends, der vom Schweizer Netzinfrastrukturverband SNiv initiiert wurde, lautete: "Die Zukunft der vernetzten Schweiz – Herausforderungen für Wirtschaft und Politik".
Urs Ringgenberg will be taking over as cablex CFO as of 1 September 2015.
SBB will upgrade its blue general display boards by the end of 2015. The mechanical split-flat displays are in the process of being replaced by LED technology. SBB is the first company in the public transport sector to employ LED technology. As well as making customer information more visible, the main advantage of these large-format general display boards is that they can be comprehensively managed and organised from a central location in the station.
Innovative all-in service package for Mitsubishi electric car buyers for the promotional price of just CHF 1 899.00.
Ready4theFuture was launched at cablex in 2013. The aims of the project were as follows: consistent order processing from SAP (CRM, service, work scheduling and preparation, procurement, etc.) to ClickSoftware (logistics) to iPad, faster cycle times, the creation of transparency, the use of new analysis reporting options and the linking of sites via flexible data access. Thanks to these measures, cablex is now able to process orders and carry out projects for its customers even quicker and more efficiently than before.
Ab 1. April 2015 übernimmt Mathias Brand die Funktion als COO Projects von cablex. Er verantwortet in dieser Position sämtliche Grossprojekte des Unternehmens.
Hans-Peter Legler, CEO von cablex, hat sich nach fünf Jahren entschlossen, cablex zu verlassen. Er wagt den Schritt in die Selbständigkeit und wird Teilhaber und CEO der Robert Fuchs AG in Schindellegi/SZ. Die Suche nach einer Nachfolgerin oder einem Nachfolger wurde bereits eingeleitet.
Das Unternehmen Green Motion, Schweizer Marktführer im Bereich Ladestationen für Elektrofahrzeuge, geht mit cablex eine Partnerschaft ein. Die Partnerschaft ermöglicht es, den beschleunigten Ausbau des Netzes von Ladestationen in der Schweiz mit der nötigen Qualität und Effizienz sicherzustellen. Cablex wird als «preferred partner» in der gesamten Schweiz die Installationsarbeiten, die Inbetriebnahme und den Unterhalt der Ladestationen 24x7 übernehmen.
Der Sunrise Netzausbau geht weiter! Auch 2015 plant das Schweizer Telekommunikationsunternehmen die Erschliessung von schweizweit weiteren 350 Mobilestandorten mit Glasfaser.
Die SBB modernisiert bis Ende 2015 die blauen Generalanzeiger. Die mechanischen Fallblattanzeiger werden dabei durch LED-Technologie ersetzt. Als erstes Unternehmen in der öV-Branche setzt die SBB LED-Technologie ein. Mit diesen grossflächigen Generalanzeigern kann die Kundeninformation sichtbarer und vor allem flächendeckend in den Bahnhöfen zentral gesteuert und organisiert werden.