Individual software as a competitive edge
In today’s highly dynamic market environment, it is important to stand out from the competition. There is scarcely no avoiding an individual solution therefore when it comes to implementing special customer benefits using software.
Our specialists understand how to identify the potential of a company and to connect individual and standard software on this basis so as to gain a strategic advantage.
Individual software for discerning customers
bbv has been your expert in business applications, web, mobile and e-commerce solutions for 25 years. We cover the entire spectrum – from single page applications, progressive web applications, Linux applications through to embedded applications.
From the day we were founded up to the present, we have successfully implemented demanding projects for numerous customers from SMEs to major corporations. All experience over this time points to the fact that individual software is the better choice in the long term.
Our know-how is your advantage
Our experts navigate skilfully through various domains and technologies and practise the most varied models of collaboration. They view things from different perspectives, are open to new ideas and therefore process changes faster. And above all, they know how custom software solutions should look to earn the label “innovative”.
IoT solution for more digital B2B services
More digital services for greater customer loyalty: Komax Connect offers customers new insight online into the productivity of their Komax machines. Komax customers can use the IoT solution to access new digital services, thereby strengthening customer loyalty and paving the way for Industrie 4.0. bbv supported Komax in developing its cloud platform from integrating their machines to visualising the data.Success Story
Tobias Rölz, Vice President Global IT & Digital Business, Komax
bbv got our IoT solution off the ground very quickly. The vast expertise from networking of machines to evaluation in the cloud was impressive.
Cloud-based Industrie 4.0 IoT app for production monitoring
Networking machines intelligently for improved customer service: an intuitive app for iOS and Android shows Agathon customers everything at a glance. bbv helped the customer to develop the cloud-based solution with Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. The complex application was to be developed using agile methods and scrum based on a proof of concept.Success Story
Booklet: Usability, user experience and user-centred design
Users of computers and mobile devices today expect them to be simple, clear and comprehensible to use. They have to be designed with the user in mind and correspond to established and familiar operating concepts. This approx. 70-page booklet explains bbv’s approach to developing products, which are effortless to use and gain the approval of users.Booklet
bbv supports Swiss Police with video number plate recognition
bbv developed an application for crime prevention and investigation, which compares car number plates and wanted lists using video cameras. Since it first developed the application more than ten years ago, bbv has reliably supported the Swiss Competence Centre “Polizeitechnik und Informatik PTI” in supporting and enhancing it.Publication
Development of a new embedded software architecture for Thermoplan
Improved control software for a new generation of coffee machines was needed to fulfil all of the customer’s wishes. bbv developed the software together with Thermoplan using cutting-edge technologies and methods and trained the employees in parallel. bbv was able to offer its extensive knowledge of embedded Linux, continuous integration, unit tests and agile software development.Publication
Booklet: Embedded scripting with the LUA script language
Software has to be increasingly flexible and this is also true in the embedded world. Embedded script languages show their strengths here, not least because they can generally communicate seamlessly with software, which was developed traditionally in C or C++. This 55-page booklet offers a simple and efficient introduction to Lua.Publication
Booklet: Agile software development for embedded systems
Implementing agile principles for developing embedded software remains a challenge. This 30-page booklet summarises the experience of bbv Software Services with hardware-related development of software, in particular, and provides embedded developers with ideas and tips for their “agile everyday”.Publication
Innovation with industrial IoT
bbv supported GF Machining Solutions in the development of an IoT solution with which customers can optimise the manufacturing process and increase quality. Together with the customer, bbv developed the “Process Inspector” from the edge modules to the cloud backend and storage as well as the web frontend to the integration into the Digital Hub.Publication
Implementation of a hardened Linux system for machine tools
Industrial grade Linux is used primarily in an industrial environment. bbv was engaged by Affolter Technologies SA to develop a tailored Linux system, which could also operate reliably in a harsh industrial environment and could be updated easily without the need for service engineers and connection to the network. Boot process, file system, remote interfaces and drivers were optimised for this purpose.Publication
App development for conveniently ordering ink and toner via iPhone
Agile development of innovative embedded systems based on Linux
The advantages of agile methods paired with experience in Embedded GNU/Linux: Together with René Koch, bbv Software Services successfully developed the software for a smart packaging box. Agile methods, such as behaviour-driven and test-driven development, were used as well as numerous tools including Docker, Cucumber and Jenkins.Publication
Developing a price management tool for optimum offers
Sales processes can be automated even with highly customised services. bbv developed a price management tool for Schmid Rhyner AG, which automates 80 percent of manual steps and therefore speeds up the sales process sustainably. The solution was implemented using a bestshoring approach based on agile methods.Publication