In Switzerland, on the other hand, ultra-precise Replica Breitling watches are regarded as unique, only for a lucky few to be produced and sold at high prices. In addition, there are no tabulating brands ready to abandon expensive mechanical wristwatch manufacturing equipment and substitute electronic core production tools. Moreover, mechanical watchmakers can’t become experts overnight.
An aerial view of the natasha observatory, used as a time reference telescope (currently in MIH), is in the background building
Where does CEH go
And then, the old story is history. By the late 1970s, the quartz crisis had lost a third of its workforce in the Swiss watchmaking industry, a decline that was not curbed until the emergence of the swatch group in 1983. At last, Switzerland can break the wrist in quartz watchmaking and Japan. The secret is that it is highly automated and requires little manpower to operate the machine.
After the success of Beta 1 and Beta 2 tests, CEH began to industrialize the prototype. The final result is Beta 21, which is applied to wrist watch products by a number of shareholder brands participating in the project. The Beta 21 core produced only 6,000 pieces, and was quickly replaced by a quartz core developed by brands such as omega, longqin and chipper.
CEH continued to exist until 1984, when it became the Centre Suisse d ‘electronique et DE Microtechnique (CSEM), an independent, non-profit research center. CSEM works closely with the Ecole Polytechnique Federale DE Lausanne (EPFL), which is part of the latter part of the institute for microtechnology research. In fact, EPFL researchers and CSEM teams share the Microcity building. EM Microelectronic Marin, a maker of semiconductors and other electronic components, was spun off from CEH. When it was founded in 1975, its name was Ebauches Electroniques Marin, which is now owned by the swatch group.