Swisscom Broadcast’s customised solutions make daily operations safer, more efficient and thus more successful for its customers. Find out more about our diverse products in our reference cases.
Swisscom Broadcast is responsible for broadcasting all of the terrestrial radio programmes of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation SRG. This requires the 24/7 management and operation of a radio infrastructure with 800 FM stations, 200 DAB+ stations and 260 directional radio links.
For SwissMediaCast AG (SMC), we plan, build and run DAB+ multiplexes in German-speaking Switzerland, currently with more than 50 radio programmes.
For RMSA, we plan, build and run a DAB+ network, providing coverage for Western Switzerland. This primarily concerns private radio stations with more than 15 DAB+ programmes currently on air.
Swisscom Broadcast ensures that the police, army, fire and emergency services enjoy uninterrupted communication. We are leaders in the construction, operation and maintenance of POLYCOM networks. We are also the POLYCOM network maintenance partner for the Swiss Border Guard (SBG) and twelve cantons.
We are Rega’s maintenance and servicing partner and have been a main contractor in the programme to update the entire radio system. This ensures the life savers of the skies enjoy a cuttingedge, reliable communication system with 42 permanent stations and central servers.
To provide operational support and safety systems for the energy company Groupe E, we installed a complete DMR radio system including 22 base stations, 161 handheld receivers, 4 desktop stations and 6 operator consoles.
In 2018, the world’s toughest military ski mountaineering competition again benefited from a reliable DMR radio network. We built and ran the entire system used to coordinate and manage all service providers, deploying 14 base stations at 7 sites and 190 handheld receivers.
Silvio Studer, SRG SSR
Urban Wollschlegel, responsible for operation of the POLYCOM subnetwork at the Solothurn Cantonal Police
Beni Blättler, Security Officer FC Lucerne
ICT Manager, Multimedia und Eventtechnik ESF
The cable network operator GIB Solutions has opted for Swisscom Broadcast’s comprehensive hybrid package TV-as-a-Service 2.0 (TVaaS), allowing customers to enjoy the benefits of the company’s proprietary cable TV service combined with the advantages of IPTV. Users receive a multitude of channels in the best available quality through their settop box and benefit from an array of different features.
At our headend, we receive satellite, terrestrial and direct TV signals from studios around the world. We then transmit these to our locations with a high level of availability. We distribute the signals from more than 600 channels for Swisscom TV, the most successful digital TV service in Switzerland.
The project involved the installation of over 30 CCTV cameras at the renovated St. Leonhard ice rink. The first step was to equip the interior of the new BCF Arena. The video surveillance solution offers protection for fans and players and helps to prevent vandalism.
The Allmend Tunnel near Thun on the A6 motorway is undergoing extensive renovation. To maximise safety on the construction site, the Federal Roads Office (FEDRO) opted for a video surveillance solution from Swisscom Broadcast. The integrated mobile solution was able to accommodate all the conditions on site with minimal financial outlay.
More than 60 sports stadiums across the world use the Panomera® multifocal sensor system from Dallmeier. Swisscom Broadcast is Dallmeier’s sales and integration partner in Switzerland and installed the unique Panomera® system at the Letzigrund stadium, the Hallenstadion Zurich and the Swissporarena Lucerne. Panomera® was designed to provide comprehensive video surveillance for large areas and offers outstanding picture quality.
The Grand Casino Lucerne can fulfil its statutory security requirements thanks to a customised video surveillance solution from Swisscom. Even in poor lighting conditions, modern video cameras provide high fidelity images. The recordings are archived and can be handed over to the responsible authorities in the event of any investigation.
Swisscom Broadcast has set up a new video surveillance system for the Zurich Cantonal Police. After careful planning, the system was integrated into the existing IT environment during ongoing operations. Integrated motorway cameras, 11 dedicated locations with role-specific user management and mobile device recording for temporary applications are just some of the features of the new video surveillance system.
Even church buildings and cemeteries can fall victim to damage, vandalism and theft. A Swisscom video surveillance solution provides enhanced security for church grounds and helps to prevent illegal activity. If unauthorised persons continue to loiter in the area, an announcement made over the loudspeaker will instruct them to leave.
Swisscom Broadcast implemented a specially designed video surveillance system for a bakery in Bern. Video Insider for business and security helps to prevent break-ins and theft and allows companies to analyse customer behaviour, as well as collect business-relevant data, such as the number of customers, their age, gender and the time spent in the shop.
Swisscom Broadcast markets Dallmeier's innovative Panomera multifocal sensor system, which also ensures security at Letzigrund stadium.
Swisscom Broadcast offered the provider a video surveillance solution they could operate, maintain and update independently. The solution offers protection against vandalism and support in investigating offences. The police can be granted access to the video data as required.
Swisscom Broadcast implements complete video surveillance solutions for the municipality of Carouge to improve public safety. The latest video technology allows major traffic routes, public areas and nightlife districts to be monitored reliably and efficiently.