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About us



„Persistence and being open to new ideas is a prerequisite for establishing innovation in an industrial environment.

That is why the foundation of the MyLiveZone platform started with the beginnings of the internet in 1998, when we -as young engineers- equipped small water power plants over the Internet with remote maintenance.

Later, as a lecturer at the Biel University of Applied Sciences (Höheren Fachschule für Technik Biel), I worked with students in various projects to create digitalized training sites through Internet integration for plants and machines - that was already in 2000, when hardly anyone had considered these opportunities ...

Until 2008, I made these digitalized accesses available to other schools and institutions in various funding projects, but the basic problem remained: there was no standardized access, every programming was always very timeconsuming and complex.

In 2009, I developed a standardization for access to digitalized industrial training sites.

In 2011, I founded the CEyeClon network and won the first industrial customers: With a highly motivated team of young computer scientists, we created an international computer network, offering plug and play-solutions for the digitalization of industrial training courses. These real-time connections with live access to the technology of the customer is the basic technology for MyLiveZone.

By 2020, we strive to be the largest European community for suppliers, developers, lecturers and students in the engineering industry, using MyLiveZone to test, present, train, and the search of technology products. Our MyLiveZone community members can discover new products, provide feedback, recommend or practice on features, and both parties benefit: suppliers and the community.“


1998

Dipl. Ing. Thomas Zürcher develops first internet-based maintenance solutions for small water power plants

2000

Various projects to create digitalized training sites through Internet integration for plants and machines as a lecturer at the Biel University of Applied Sciences in Switzerland (Höhere Fachschule für Technik Biel)

2005 - 2011

Various projects to provide digitalized access to training sites to other schools and institutions

2011

Establishment of the CEyEclon network for standardized training access for industrial training courses as the basis for today's MyLiveZone platform

2017

Foundation of MyLiveZone with a team of four employees at the Swiss Smart Factory in Biel, Switzerland

2020

Goal: Largest European community for suppliers, developers, lecturers and students in the engineering industry to test, present, train and the search of technological products