• The Swiss Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Industries

    The engineering, electrical and metal industry occupies a key position in the Swiss national economy: it is the largest industrial employer, with approximately 330,000 employees and contributes 35 percent of the goods exported from Switzerland. Today, the engineering, electrical and metal industry represents itself as an unquestionably high-tech sector with many facets. It influences all spheres of life and the economy, from homes and mobility to health and safety, including nutrition. Many companies in the Swiss engineering, electrical and metal industry occupy an internationally leading role in their sub-sectors. Successes in the foreign markets make a decisive contribution to the Swiss context for work and thought in this way.

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  • Move to Switzerland, work in IT, live frugally and be free | Iwan Gulenko | Ignite Zurich 19.08.2016

    Are you a software engineer and are you looking for a cool tech job in Zurich? Read this first: https://medium.com/@iwaninzurich/eight-reasons-why-i-moved-to-switzerland-to-work-in-it-c7ac18af4f90 If you have further questions on frugal life or tech jobs in Zurich, send Iwan an e-mail at iwan@gulenko.ch ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hosted by Ignite Zürich: http://ignitezurich.ch Recorded on 19th August, 2016 at Impact Hub Zürich ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Filmed and edited by IDEZO - idezo.ch

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  • Engineering in Switzerland - Stamford Consultants

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  • Become a Software Engineer in Switzerland

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  • How It Is Done - BMC Switzerland

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  • The Longest Tunnel in The World

    The Gotthard Base Tunnel (GBT) is a railway tunnel in the heart of the Swiss Alps expected to open in 2016. With a route length of 57 km (35.4 mi) and a total of 151.84 km (94.3 mi) of tunnels, shafts and passages, it is the world's longest rail tunnel, surpassing the Seikan Tunnel in Japan. Its main purpose is to increase total transport capacity across the Alps, especially for freight, notably between Germany and Italy, and more particularly to shift freight volumes from road to rail to reduce environmental damage caused by ever-increasing numbers of heavy lorries. A secondary benefit will be to cut the journey time for passenger trains from Zürich to Milan by about an hour and from Zürich to Lugano to 1-hour 40 minutes. The project consists of two single-track tunnels. It is part of t...

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  • Switzerland unveils SOLAR POWERED environmentally friendly aircraft

    Switzerland in an amazing feat of aeronautical engineering developed a long range environmentally friendly solar powered aircraft. Solar Impulse is a Swiss long-range solar-powered aircraft project.[1] It is led by Swiss psychiatrist and aeronaut Bertrand Piccard, who co-piloted the first balloon to circle the world non-stop,[2] and Swiss businessman André Borschberg. The privately-financed project hopes to achieve the first circumnavigation of the Earth by a piloted fixed-wing aircraft using only solar power. The first aircraft, bearing Swiss aircraft registration HB-SIA and often referred to as Solar Impulse 1, is a single-seat monoplane, capable of taking off under its own power, and designed to be able to remain airborne up to 36 hours.[3] This aircraft conducted its first test flight...

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  • Visual Tour: Studying at ETH Zurich

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  • Top 10 Best Universities in Switzerland

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  • SENNEBOGEN - Structural Engineering: 673 Telescopic Crawler Crane E-Series operating in Switzerland

    SENNEBOGEN 673 Telescopic Crawler Crane HD E-series, loading at the construction site, operating under load hook, Metha Bau/Bassersdorf, Switzerland SENNEBOGEN 673 R-HD Raupenteleskopkran E-Serie, Verladung auf der Baustelle, Verfahren unter Lasthakenbetrieb, Metha Bau/ Bassersdorf, Schweiz link to product page: http://www.sennebogen.com/products/teleskopkrane-multicrane/673/raupe-26.html contact: marketing@sennebogen.de

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  • Most Dangerous in world, Engineering, Linthal Brown Forest Railway, Switzerland.

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  • History and legend of Gotthard, Switzerland - World's longest railway tunnel - Unravel Travel TV

    It’s one of the most iconic sites in Switzerland. The Gotthard massif in the northwestern Alps is one of the continent's most formidable natural barriers, barring the way between northern and southern Europe. For centuries, this was a key trade route for goods travelling from Germany to Italy, and an important military stronghold. SOUNDBITE 1, Kilian T Elsasser, Transport Historian: "In the 1500s it was the idea that because all the rivers start in this region, they thought it must be the highest region of the Alps. The difference between the Jungfrau or the Matterhorn and the Gotthard is that the Jungfrau and Matterhorn do have an image – when you say ‘Matterhorn’, you just see it in your head; when you say ‘Gotthard’, there are 20 different images. Someone said once that Gotthard has no ...

    published: 08 Jun 2016
The Swiss Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Industries

The Swiss Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Industries

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The engineering, electrical and metal industry occupies a key position in the Swiss national economy: it is the largest industrial employer, with approximately 330,000 employees and contributes 35 percent of the goods exported from Switzerland. Today, the engineering, electrical and metal industry represents itself as an unquestionably high-tech sector with many facets. It influences all spheres of life and the economy, from homes and mobility to health and safety, including nutrition. Many companies in the Swiss engineering, electrical and metal industry occupy an internationally leading role in their sub-sectors. Successes in the foreign markets make a decisive contribution to the Swiss context for work and thought in this way.
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Move to Switzerland, work in IT, live frugally and be free | Iwan Gulenko | Ignite Zurich 19.08.2016

Move to Switzerland, work in IT, live frugally and be free | Iwan Gulenko | Ignite Zurich 19.08.2016

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Are you a software engineer and are you looking for a cool tech job in Zurich? Read this first: https://medium.com/@iwaninzurich/eight-reasons-why-i-moved-to-switzerland-to-work-in-it-c7ac18af4f90 If you have further questions on frugal life or tech jobs in Zurich, send Iwan an e-mail at iwan@gulenko.ch ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hosted by Ignite Zürich: http://ignitezurich.ch Recorded on 19th August, 2016 at Impact Hub Zürich ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Filmed and edited by IDEZO - idezo.ch
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Engineering in Switzerland - Stamford Consultants

Engineering in Switzerland - Stamford Consultants

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Become a Software Engineer in Switzerland

Become a Software Engineer in Switzerland

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How It Is Done - BMC Switzerland

How It Is Done - BMC Switzerland

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Want to get a feel like what its really like at the BMC Headquarters? The place where all that bike engineering magic happens BIKE Cycling Channel got up close and personal with BMC Switzerland and their unique cycling technology facility, the Impec Lab, in Grenchen, Switzerland. Look over the engineers' shoulders when creating unique, cutting edge, proprietary cycling technologies.
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The Longest Tunnel in The World

The Longest Tunnel in The World

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The Gotthard Base Tunnel (GBT) is a railway tunnel in the heart of the Swiss Alps expected to open in 2016. With a route length of 57 km (35.4 mi) and a total of 151.84 km (94.3 mi) of tunnels, shafts and passages, it is the world's longest rail tunnel, surpassing the Seikan Tunnel in Japan. Its main purpose is to increase total transport capacity across the Alps, especially for freight, notably between Germany and Italy, and more particularly to shift freight volumes from road to rail to reduce environmental damage caused by ever-increasing numbers of heavy lorries. A secondary benefit will be to cut the journey time for passenger trains from Zürich to Milan by about an hour and from Zürich to Lugano to 1-hour 40 minutes. The project consists of two single-track tunnels. It is part of the AlpTransit project, also known as the New Railway Link through the Alps (NRLA), which includes the Lötschberg Base Tunnel between the cantons of Bern and Valais and the under construction Ceneri Base Tunnel (scheduled to open late 2019) to the south. It bypasses the Gotthardbahn, a winding mountain route opened in 1882 across the Saint-Gotthard Massif, which is now operating at capacity, and establishes a direct route usable by high-speed rail and heavy freight trains. The total cost of the project is 9.8 billion Swiss francs, or US$10.3 billion. When completed, the Gotthard Base Tunnel will be one of the longest tunnel construction projects in the world: 20 years of constant construction and preparation.
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Architecture and Engineering from Switzerland

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Switzerland unveils SOLAR POWERED environmentally friendly aircraft

Switzerland unveils SOLAR POWERED environmentally friendly aircraft

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Switzerland in an amazing feat of aeronautical engineering developed a long range environmentally friendly solar powered aircraft. Solar Impulse is a Swiss long-range solar-powered aircraft project.[1] It is led by Swiss psychiatrist and aeronaut Bertrand Piccard, who co-piloted the first balloon to circle the world non-stop,[2] and Swiss businessman André Borschberg. The privately-financed project hopes to achieve the first circumnavigation of the Earth by a piloted fixed-wing aircraft using only solar power. The first aircraft, bearing Swiss aircraft registration HB-SIA and often referred to as Solar Impulse 1, is a single-seat monoplane, capable of taking off under its own power, and designed to be able to remain airborne up to 36 hours.[3] This aircraft conducted its first test flight in December 2009, and first flew an entire diurnal solar cycle, including nearly nine hours of night flying, in a 26-hour flight on 7–8 July 2010.[4] Piccard and Borschberg completed successful solar-powered flights from Switzerland to Spain and Morocco in 2012,[5] and conducted a multi-stage flight across the USA in 2013.[6][7] Building on the experience of this prototype, a slightly larger follow-on design, HB-SIB, known as Solar Impulse 2, was built and first flown in 2014. It is planned to make a circumnavigation of the globe over the course of about five months during 2015.[8][9] This flight was initially planned for 2014, but following a structural failure of the aircraft's main spar during static testing in 2012, the flight was rescheduled for 2015.[10][11] The circumnavigation is scheduled to begin in March 2015 in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates and to return there five months later. The legs of the flight crossing the Pacific and Atlantic oceans are expected to take between five and six days.[12] Role Experimental solar-powered aircraft National origin Swiss Manufacturer Solar Impulse Designer Solar Impulse First flight 3 December 2009 Number built 2 (including prototype) General characteristics Crew: 1 Length: 22.4 m (73.5 ft) Wingspan: 71.9 m (236 ft) Height: 6.37 m (20.9 m) Wing area: 17,248 photovoltaic cells (269.5 m2) Loaded weight: 2,300 kg (5,100 lb) Powerplant: 4 × electric motors, 4 lithium-ion batteries (633 kg), providing 13 kW[21] (17.4 HP) each Propeller diameter: 4 m (13.1 ft) Take-off speed: 35 kilometres per hour (22 mph) Performance Maximum speed: 77 kts (140 km/h) 49 kts Cruise speed: 90 km/h Service ceiling: 8,500 m (27,900 ft) with a maximum altitude of 12,000 metres (39,000 ft) Design and development[edit] Piccard initiated the Solar Impulse project in November 2003 after undertaking a feasibility study in partnership with the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.[13] By 2009 he had assembled a multi-disciplinary team of 50 engineers and technical specialists from six countries, assisted by about 100 outside advisers and 80 technological partners.[14][15] The project is financed by a number of private companies and individuals. The first company to officially support the project was Semper Gestion, after co-founder Eric Freymond was convinced of the future success of the highly media-friendly Bertrand Piccard.[16] At present the main partners are Omega SA, Solvay, Schindler and ABB.[17] Other partners and supporters of the project include Bayer MaterialScience, Altran, Swisscom, Swiss Re (Corporate Solutions), Clarins, Toyota, BKW FMB Energie and Symphony Technology Group. The EPFL, the European Space Agency (ESA) and Dassault have provided additional technical expertise, while SunPower provided the aircraft's photovoltaic cells.[18][19] In October 2013, Solar Impulse announced that Peter Diamandis had committed to supporting the project after meeting with Solar Impulse officials during that year’s Google Zeitgeist.[20] Timeline[edit] 2003: Feasibility study at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne 2004–2005: Development of the concept 2006: Simulation of long-haul flights 2006–09: Construction of first prototype (HB-SIA; Solar Impulse 1) 2009: First flight of Solar Impulse 1 2009–11: Manned test flights, including first all-night flight in 2010.[21] 2011–12: Further test flights through Europe and North Africa in 7 legs 2011–13: Construction of second prototype (HB-SIB; Solar Impulse 2) 2013: Continental flight across the US of Solar Impulse 1 (Mission Across America)[1][6][7] 2014: First flight of Solar Impulse 2 2015: Planned world tour of Solar Impulse 2, in several stages over five months, expected to begin in March[14] HB-SIB (Solar Impulse 2)[edit] Construction history[edit] Construction of the second Solar Impulse aircraft, carrying the Swiss registration HB-SIB, started in 2011. Completion was initially planned for 2013, with a 25-day circumnavigation of the globe planned for 2014.
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Visual Tour: Studying at ETH Zurich

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The Visual Tour presents the education at ETH Zurich, life in Zurich and career options after graduation. Each of the 5 video modules focuses on one aspect of studying at ETH. Visit our website for more information about ETH Zurich: http://www.ethz.ch/index_EN
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World's most complicated watch

World's most complicated watch

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Seeing the world's most complicated watch get built is pretty incredible
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Station Jumbo Lausanne Switzerland

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Top 10 Best Universities in Switzerland

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Top universities in switzerland global rankings mastersportal study in switzerland . Top universities topuniversities where to study europe switzerland guide. The main language in this part of switzerland is german. Universities in zurich include two of switzerland's highest ranked eth zurich (the swiss federal institute of technology) and the university of zurich, which are ranked th and joint th respectively in the qs world university rankings top ranked universities in switzerland. Discover top universities in switzerland and find your best study option in switzerland. University rankings help top colleges and universities in switzerland by the icu university web searching all swiss university websites , universit de neuchtel this article lists universities in switzerland. The swiss law on publicly financed universities, the list of other private schools and colleges; See also; Notes and references; External links a list of switzerland top universities in as per three major ranking platforms arwu (academic ranking of world learn the ranking of the best university and business school in switzerland. In switzerland comprises of academic studies at the cantonal universities and , when the times higher education (the) world university rankings were of the usual suspects in its top , including the california institute of you are here. Home europe switzerland. Switzerland , you can enrol at a swiss university for as low as $, a year. This makes switzerland one of the top choices for international students switzerland has the highest ranked university in continental europe in the qs world university rankings eth zrich (the swiss federal institute of find the list of top universities in switzerland. The group of best switzerland universities that are paralleled to research and delivering comprehensive request information from schools & universities in switzerland . Switzerland and browse through their programs to find the ones that suit you best. The academy of art and design fhnw with its ten institutes, students and education in switzerland is very diverse. There are several options for a master in switzerland at universities including schools for applied sciences as well as top master programs in finance in switzerland . Results in finance, switzerland. Degrees. All () master degrees () masters of science () , the rest of the top five is filled by switzerland's eth zurich swiss federal the top university in germany is lmu munich in th place see the us news rankings for the world's top universities in agricultural sciences. Compare the academic programs at the world's best universities. Korea; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; Taiwan; Thailand; Turkey; Uganda; United kingdom; United states; Uruguay showing of schools sorted by subject rank of the top ten universities in the world, the top eight are in the united states. Eth is the leading university in switzerland and the highest ranked school on , swiss higher education scores high marks in global ranking federal institute of technology (ethz) made it into the top ten best universities , switzerland's federal institute of technology, eth zurich, now ranks among the top ten universities in the world, according to the authoritative the only german speaking university in the top is the swiss technical university of california, berkeley usa . .; University of chicago usa . .
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SENNEBOGEN - Structural Engineering: 673 Telescopic Crawler Crane E-Series operating in Switzerland

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SENNEBOGEN 673 Telescopic Crawler Crane HD E-series, loading at the construction site, operating under load hook, Metha Bau/Bassersdorf, Switzerland SENNEBOGEN 673 R-HD Raupenteleskopkran E-Serie, Verladung auf der Baustelle, Verfahren unter Lasthakenbetrieb, Metha Bau/ Bassersdorf, Schweiz link to product page: http://www.sennebogen.com/products/teleskopkrane-multicrane/673/raupe-26.html contact: marketing@sennebogen.de
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Most Dangerous in world, Engineering, Linthal Brown Forest Railway, Switzerland.

Most Dangerous in world, Engineering, Linthal Brown Forest Railway, Switzerland.

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Going on mountain by a train was pretty awesome. It is Linthal Brown Forest Railway, taking you high and high
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Laboratory of the Engineering Institute in Geneva, Switzerland, Feb 2000

Laboratory of the Engineering Institute in Geneva, Switzerland, Feb 2000

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Testing Coffor panel at the Laboratory of the Engineering Institute in Geneva, Switzerland, Feb 2000
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History and legend of Gotthard, Switzerland - World's longest railway tunnel - Unravel Travel TV

History and legend of Gotthard, Switzerland - World's longest railway tunnel - Unravel Travel TV

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It’s one of the most iconic sites in Switzerland. The Gotthard massif in the northwestern Alps is one of the continent's most formidable natural barriers, barring the way between northern and southern Europe. For centuries, this was a key trade route for goods travelling from Germany to Italy, and an important military stronghold. SOUNDBITE 1, Kilian T Elsasser, Transport Historian: "In the 1500s it was the idea that because all the rivers start in this region, they thought it must be the highest region of the Alps. The difference between the Jungfrau or the Matterhorn and the Gotthard is that the Jungfrau and Matterhorn do have an image – when you say ‘Matterhorn’, you just see it in your head; when you say ‘Gotthard’, there are 20 different images. Someone said once that Gotthard has no image, but a lot of stories." The only way to cross the Gotthard until modern times was by negotiating a narrow pass that forded turbulent rivers and scaled sheer granite gorges. This wild, mountainous Gotthard Pass captured the imagination of Europe’s artists, from William Turner, who painted the famous Devil’s Bridge, to Romantic poets like Goethe. The idea of tunnelling straight through this rock was an enormous undertaking – and an expensive one, the brainchild of the Swiss industrialist Alfred Escher. Excavations on a first rail tunnel began in 1871, with workers using hammers, chisels and the newly-patented dynamite. It was slow and risky progress, with the tunnel advancing by just a meter a day in the beginning. But when it was finally completed, ten years later, it was the world’s longest tunnel, and one of its greatest engineering achievements. It was this line that was first electrified by Brown Boveri & Co., the forerunner to ABB, in the 1920s. Now, ABB engineering has helped complete a new tunnel, and one of the most groundbreaking rail projects ever attempted. SOUNDBITE 2, "Switzerland is a very small country. I think to build such a tunnel in a country with 8 million inhabitants is really something special. And I think…we don't have the fastest train, the longest train, the highest train – but our pride is to have the longest tunnel, which we do have now for the third time, and I hope for a long time to come." This newly-completed tunnel reaches all the way through the very base of the Gotthard massif, to form the longest and the deepest tunnel anywhere on the globe – powered and ventilated by ABB engineering. It's a worthy successor to the past achievements of this imposing region…a landmark project connecting Europe together from north to south. And a suitably iconic milestone in the long and legendary history of Gotthard. Unravel Travel TV on You Tube http://www.youtube.com/UnravelTravelTV Unravel Travel TV Twitter http://www.twitter.com/UnravelTravelTV Unravel Travel TV Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/unraveltraveltv
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