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BryteCube Online 2022 Report

BryteCube Online 2022 Report

Moday, Mai 23, 2022

The BryteCube product was introduced at BryteCube-Online 2022 for geospatial data inventory management.

Condesys Consulting presented at this event the product BryteCube for the management of geo-inventories, as they are typically found in environmental agencies. The goal of the event was to show the participants how to easily convert existing Access databases and Excel lists into web-enabled multi-user systems.

Establishment of environmental data and task management

Hanspeter Eberle explained in a simple way how he has built up the data organization in BryteCube over the last 20 years at the Office for the Environment in Liechtenstein. He gave insight into how he has also introduced digital collaboration and also demonstrated different approaches to digital field recording.

BryteCube as user interface and data hub

After the presentation, Condesys introduced the product BryteCube by means of an application example in which the assessment of the building ground was inventoried. Based on this example, the participants could get an idea of the many provided functions of BryteCube, e.g. how to use the map, manage relationships, customize the interface and much more.

The presentation of the configuration, which also takes place via web browser, impressively showed how quickly a migration of an existing application can be migrated to a web application based on the data model without programming. The solution samples presented enable users to set up their tasks independently and without the help of specialists, and to test them immediately.

If you are also interested in digitizing inventories, we would like to invite you to test BryteCube.


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Replacement of Access and Excel solutions

Integrated environmental management

Montag, April 25, 2022

For environmental clarifications different perspectives have to be taken. This requires solutions for a joint handling of the topics.

In three prepared examples it is shown how the application BryteCube in the Office for Environment can contribute to the replacement of previous Access- and Excel-recordings by multi-user capable web applications. The added value of the replacement is perceived especially in the digital collaboration.

Example 1: Replacement of Access database for recording building applications

This example is about checking and documenting the enforcement task of the waste ordinance in case of a building application.

Replacement Access-DB for building requests (only in German)

Example 2: Replacement of Excel and Access databases for air hygiene installations

The various lists of installations for the processing of oil, gas and wood furnaces are to be combined and geographically located so that the enforcement of the Air Pollution Control Ordinance can be guaranteed.

Enforcement of the Ordinance on Air Pollution Control (only in German)

Example 3: Processing of drilling applications for geothermal probes

Drilling applications should be processed and inventoried as efficiently as possible. For this purpose, the applications are checked against the hazard maps, approved and documented. This results in an inventory of the subsurface with detailed geological evaluation possibilities.

Preparation of drilling permits (only in German)

BryteCube supports teamwork on geo-inventories from different perspectives and enables clear, efficient work independent of location. This opens up new possibilities and frees up resources for specialist tasks.

Inventory Management

Organization of a street cooperative with BryteCube

Monday, July 05, 2021

BryteCube is designed for comprehensive information management of high performance roads. Road cooperatives and corporations benefit in an easy-to-use cloud version.

In the presented example, the provision of all information about the infrastructure over the entire life cycle, related tasks and financial management is illustrated. Thus, typical solution examples for road maintenance are presented.

The goal is an efficient and clear management of the existing data collections for the management of the responsible inventory on a web platform. Thus, all parties involved have access to the necessary information at any time and can guarantee the operational safety of the road. Read in the provided Application Note how a road cooperative sets up the management of the road with BryteCube.

In the provided Application Note it is presented how BryteCube can be used for such multilayered and complex tasks. Furthermore, BryteCube is ideally suited as an interoperable information management platform for the management of environmental parameters and infrastructures.

Read the Application Note (only in German)




Life Cycle Management

Life Cycle Management according standard ISO 55000

Friday, June 18, 2021

Experience shows that the operating phase is the most expensive phase in the life cycle of a system. This is precisely why it makes sense to coordinate financial, operational maintenance, risk and other asset-related activities with systematic management.

The approach presented here describes the systematic collection of all geographically located objects, which can have very different life cycles. With an integrated management approach, all activities associated with the objects are now linked. This means that all information for the care, operation and maintenance of the infrastructure over the entire life cycle is linked to the respective objects. This also allows risk assessments to be stored, which serve as the basis for secure system operation.

With the integrated management approach, using a common platform for all participating actors, it is also possible to bring together all the information for communication and thus address the operational activities and promote the culture of collaboration.

The goal of the approach is to ensure an efficient, transparent and self-responsible organization for the operation and maintenance of infrastructures. Read in the provided white paper how the pattern for the life cycle management according to the ISO standard 55000 is built up with BryteCube.

Read the White Paper (only in German)




Spatial Planning

Developing scenarios together

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Fantastic opportunities open up in spatial planning when solutions are developed together.

Switzerland's steady growth calls for a balanced approach to natural resources. Spatial planning tries to make optimal use of the diverging goals for the benefit of all.

For this task, a consistent geographically located database is required that allows the criteria of the initial situation to be compared with those of the future scenario and different alternatives to be simulated. Equally important for scenario development is the earliest possible integration of all parties involved in the process, so that they can both contribute their different viewpoints and represent the overall solution that has been developed. For this purpose, a common platform is required that enables all parties involved to formulate their views and to mutually examine and evaluate the alternatives. These participation and consultation processes support the transparent development of solution approaches, which enables a comprehensible, objective assessment based on the collected facts.

In the provided application note it is presented how BryteCube can be used for such multilayered and complex tasks. Furthermore, BryteCube is ideally suited as an interoperable information management platform for the management of environmental parameters and infrastructures.

Read the article (only in German)




BryteCube-Online 2020

The Webinar focused on sovereign information management

Tuesday, Dec. 01, 2020

On November 27, Condesys Consulting conducted the Webinar BryteCube-Online 2020 for the first time. With the topic of "sovereign information management" a parliamentary motion was shown for current reasons, which describes exactly the requirements that BryteCube aims to achieve.

Development of environmental data and task management

Hanspeter Eberle demonstrated how he has approached the data organization of more than 2000 data sets at the Office for the Environment in Liechtenstein, how he has built up the data from old holdings in BryteCube and how he has optimized the cooperation of the various areas for a better overview and easier cooperation. In his remarks, he pointed out that the work is being driven continuously, with small steps and permanent improvement, just as resources allow.

BryteCube as a central data hub

Dr. Martin Huber, then presented the product BryteCube on the basis of a use case, in which a project team tries to counteract the heat development in big cities with urban greening. Based on this task, he moved from use case via data modelling into the function and implementation in BryteCube and was able to supplement the technical approaches with many additional examples of experience.

He was able to present a tool that can fulfill the demands from the parliamentary advance of the concept, in the implementation and from the more than 20 years of experience. He did not, however, omit to point out only the technical possibilities of BryteCube, but mentioned the cultural change towards a culture of cooperation beyond departmental boundaries as the most important success factor for sovereign information management.

Please do not hesitate to contact us, if you are interested in establishing information management with integrated task management and geographical location.

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Expanding Fiber Optic Networks

Save 10% - 30% building costs through construction coordination

Information - Koordination - Kooperation

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Currently, only 20% of Swiss households are supplied with the fast fiber optic network. The international comparison shows that Switzerland is still below the EU average of 29.6%. The rural population is not yet connected and pays the same price for up to 1000 times less bandwidth as agglomeration residents with fiber optic access.

The solution approach described in the white paper shows how fiber optic network expansion is worthwhile for all parties involved, even in rural areas, and how installation costs can be reduced by up to 30% through a cooperative approach using construction coordination.

Read the article (only in German)





CHF 200 Million Saved
20 Years of Coordination in Public Space City of Bern

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Since June 2000, the city of Bern, under the direction of the Civil Engineering Office, has been coordinating all projects in public space with a web application. All of the approximately 40 organisations - infrastructure operators, transport companies, emergency services and planning authorities - are informed where, when and who has a project, often up to 10 years in advance.

10% - 25% of the construction costs have been saved since then, year after year. The monetary benefit of our software alone is now estimated at CHF 200 million for the city of Bern.

The magazine "Informed Infrastructure" features an article on coordination in the public space of the city of Bern. If you too would like to know how you can reduce your construction costs and, like Bern, make all pedestrian crossings handicapped accessible without spending a cent, then read the article and
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«All in One» Environmental Data Management: Integrated, Flexible, Affordable

Friday, May 19, 2017

Big Data in practice: Our client, the Liechtenstein National Administration, presents the «All in One» environmental data management project in Computerworld. Read the article of Hanspeter Eberle and
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Meilenstein für die Sicherheit von Mutter und Kind -
«The Queen's Choice» verdrängt den «Gold-Standard»

Samstag, 10. August 2019

Bei der Einführung neuer Methoden in der Medizin erwarten Patientinnen und Patienten höchste Sicherheitsstandards. Das RemiPCA SAFE Network ( sammelt seit 2009 Daten über die Anwendung einer neuen Schmerztherapie für die Geburt und nutzt diese Daten für eine kontinuierliche Prozessverbesserung.

Anfang Mai wurde ein Meilenstein erreicht: Die zehntausendste Anwendung der Remifentanil-PCA wurde im Netzwerk-Register dokumentiert. Die 40 am Netzwerk beteiligten Spitäler können zu Recht stolz sein. Ihre verantwortungsvolle Durchführung und die transparente Dokumentation sind die Grundlage für 10'000 sichere Anwendungen für Mutter und Kind. Dadurch ist die Remifentanil-PCA unter allen Schmerztherapien zur Geburt das am besten im klinischen Alltag dokumentierte Verfahren. Die freiwillige Zusammenarbeit der beteiligten Kliniken setzt einen neuen Standard für Sicherheit und kontinuierliche Qualitätsverbesserung in der Medizin.

Im Editorial der August-Ausgabe des «International Journal of Obstetric Anesthesia» wird der Beitrag unseres RemiPCA SAFE Network mit der privilegierten medizinischen Behandlung von Königin Victoria bei der Geburt ihrer Kinder vor über 150 Jahren verglichen. Trotz proklamiertem «Gold-Standard» PDA ist der Fortschritt nicht aufzuhalten. Die Remifentanil-PCA wird zur «Queen's Choice» und halbiert nachweislich den Bedarf nach PDAs. Die klimaschädliche Lachgastherapie wie auch die für das Baby belastenden langanhaltenden Opioide sollten in der Geburtshilfe schon längst zugunsten einer qualitätsgesicherten Remifentanil-PCA gewichen sein.

Weitere Auskünfte bei Dr. Andrea Anna Melber






«Mobil»: Wandern für die Nachhaltigkeit

Mittwoch, 10. Mai 2017

Zum Schutz des Waldes gehört auch die Kontrolle der Wildtierbestände. Dazu werden im Fürstentum Liechtenstein mehrmals pro Woche Reviergänge durchgeführt, bei denen alle Wildtierbeobachtungen aufgezeichnet werden. Der Wildtierbiologe ermittelt daraus die Bestände und legt die Abschusszahlen für die Jagd fest.

Für die Wildbeobachtung im Fürstentum Liechtenstein hat Condesys Consulting eine Android-App erstellt und erfolgreich ausgeliefert. Der Wildhüter kann seine Tierbeobachtungen weit draussen in den Liechtensteiner Alpen ohne Netzverbindung digital aufzeichnen. Am Abend, wenn sein Tablet wieder im Netz ist, übermittelt er die Daten seines Reviergangs - seiner «Wanderung» zum Zwecke der Nachhaltigkeit - an den Umweltdatenserver der Liechtensteinischen Landesverwaltung.


Sichere Autobahnen dank effektiver Instandhaltungssoftware

Samstag, 18. August 2018

Schockiert durch den Brückeneinsturz in Genua wollen Autofahrer wissen, wie sicher und zuverlässig die Strasseninfrastruktur ist. Einige der grössten Strassenunterhaltsorganisationen der Schweiz verwenden BryteCube, um die Instandhaltungsmassnahmen in allen Bereichen der Hochleistungsstrasseninfrastruktur zu organisieren.

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Wissenschaftlicher Durchbruch für die Remifentanil PCA

Dienstag, 14. August 2018

Im Lancet wurden die Resultate der RESPITE-Studie über den Einsatz der Remifentatnil PCA zur Schmerzlinderung bei der Geburt publiziert. Demnach könnten gegenüber den üblichen Verfahren mit der RemiPCA 50% der Peridural-Anästhesien (PDA) eingespart werden. Zudem sinken auch die oftmals traumatischen instrumentellen Geburten.

Condesys Consulting sponsort seit bald 10 Jahren das RemiPCA SAFE Network ( für den sicheren Einsatz der Remifentanil PCA bei der Geburt. 40 Kliniken sind bereits im RemPCA-Netzwerk und helfen mit, diese Methode für Mutter und Kind sicher zu machen. Die RESPITE-Studie löste ein grosses Echo in den Medien aus, was den Sinn für unser Engagement im RemPCA SAFE Networks bestätigt.




Wegweisender Bundesratsentscheid zu KOGIS

Sonntag, 25. Februar 2018

Am 25. Februar 1998 beauftragte der Bundesrat das VBS, die Koordinationsstelle GIS zu schaffen. Anlass dazu war ein Bericht der eidgenössischen Finanzkontrolle zum GIS-Einsatz beim Bund. Lesen Sie dazu die Kolumne von Beat Welte auf



FME 20 Jahre in der Schweiz

Donnerstag, 19. Oktober 2017

Vor 20 Jahren brachte Dale Lutz, Mitbegründer der Safe Software Inc, das universelle GIS-Werkzeug FME in die Schweiz. Dale führte mich in das brandneue FME-API ein und so konnte ich als erster FME-Programmierer ausserhalb der Herstellerfirma Safe Software Inc. Lese- und Schreibmodule in FME einbinden. Im Herbst 1997 entwickelte ich das FME-Interlis-Modul und machte FME bereit für den Schweizer Markt.

Damals gab es noch keine FME-Workbench und alle Übersetzungen mussten mit FME-Skrips konfiguriert werden. Nicht nur die grafische Oberfläche revolutionierte die Nutzung von FME. Die Zahl der unterstützten Formate und «Factories» explodierte auf über 400 Datenformate und gegen 500 Datentransformationsfunktionen. Das «Schweizer Sackmesser» der Datenintegration hat die GIS-Infrastruktur des Landes massgeblich geprägt. FME ist bei unzähligen Aufgaben mit «Small» und «Big Data» in der Schweiz nicht mehr wegzudenken.

Der FME-Dienstleister mit der längsten Erfahrung in der Schweiz freut sich, sein FME-Know-How für Ihre GIS- und Big Data-Knacknüsse einzusetzen.

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