Retrofit for electronic infrastructure

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July 2020
Headquarters 8005 Zürich, Switzerland
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Retrofit for electronic infrastructure - Public electronic infrastructure modernisation with the newest technology without the waste.

SCS has developed a model for retrofitting public electronic infrastructure to counter obsolescence and waste generation whilst modernising IT solutions.

For electronic systems, new equipment must be purchased regularly due to partial obsolescence. This results in the generation of large levels of material waste and high financial costs. SCS's retrofitting service tackles this issue by partially upgrading public electronic infrastructure. Instead of having to purchase an entire new system, SCS's service allows the upgrading and integration of new functions into an existing system, such as through new software or specific components, whilst retaining the majority of a system's hardware. The solution can be applied to various city infrastructure, such as traffic lights, rail technology, ticket machines and more. When modernisation is needed, this service allows the upgrading of infrastructure whilst reducing material waste and increased the longevity of public infrastructure.

Key features

  • Can reduce CO2 consumption by a factor higher than 4
  • Estimated to have saved thousands of tons of CO2 to date when compared to buying brand-new public infrastructure

Profitability

  • Customers can save over 75% compared to buying brand new systems

Company Profile

Maturity Stage

  • Medium and large scale commercialization
  • Small scale commercialization
  • Initial market commercialization
  • Prototype testing in the real world
  • Prototype testing 1:1 in the lab

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Europe

Switzerland,

  • Headquarters
  • Activity

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