Networks and cooperations are central for us in many respects – For example, many projects can often no longer be realized on their own due to their complexity. But networks and cooperation can also become indispensable when it comes to developing innovations, achieving sufficient market weight or mitigating location-related disadvantages. We therefore maintain regular contact with industry associations, universities of applied sciences, research facilities and other institutions, the only way we can keep pace with technological and social change.
AEO (Authorised Economic Operator) status is granted to companies that are considered reliable with regard to international supply chain security.
The "Fachstelle UND" awards companies that successfully implement measures to reconcile work, family and private life and to promote equality between men and women.
The LoRa Alliance® is the fastest growing technology alliance with more than 500 member companies. Its aim is to enable large scale deployment of Low Power Wide Area Networks IoT.
IP500® – An open, secure and vendor-neutral wireless platform for commercial and industrial buildings.
Cordless Alliance System (CAS) stands for a sophisticated battery pack system, as it combines machines, battery packs and chargers of different manufacturer with each other without any problems.
Swissmem is the leading association for SMEs and large companies in the Swiss mechanical, electrical and metal industries (MEM industries) and related technology-oriented sectors.
The Schwyz Business Association H+I is committed to its members in the fields of trade, services and industry. It has 250 members and unites the canton's SMEs.
The Swiss technology network swissT.net is the umbrella organisation of the various branches of industry in the technology sector in Switzerland.
The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts is the university of applied sciences of the six cantons of Central Switzerland. It is the largest educational institution in the heart of Switzerland.
The University of Applied Sciences Rapperswil stands for practice-oriented teaching, for innovative research, for the constant transfer of knowledge with industry - and for the profitable symbiosis of all these areas.
We accompany young people on their way into working life and have been committed to their training for many years.
The BSZ Foundation is the third largest employer in the canton of Schwyz. In several locations, the foundation offers people with a disability the opportunity to receive training, live in a shared apartment or work regularly.