Time is of the essence for the University of B.C. in its search for a new clock system.
Turns out there are several time pieces on campus that are nearly a century old.
It also turns out that the 1,800 clocks scattered across the 100 or so building on the Point Grey campus are run on five different systems.
One of those systems is so out of date the manufacturer will not support it any more.
And so, the university is asking for ideas on how to replace all five systems on campus.
1800 clocks eh? And their fix might be $200k...
Throw up some atomic clocks.
Bang, I got it done for under $100k. You never have to re-set them after power interruption.
Edited by VicHockeyFan, 05 February 2018 - 07:56 PM.
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