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On 04.09.2013 mm-lab welcomed the Kornwestheim Mayor, Ursula Keck and two members of the Green Party in the Bundestag, Kerstin Andreae and Ingrid Hönlinger. We had the opportunity to show our focus on ecological issues by showing examples of projects from the field emission modeling and emissions-related tolls. Furthermore, we were able to present our solutions for municipal waste and winter services that contribute significantly to fuel savings to a positive ecological balance of our customers. That mm-lab  takes into account legally and technically the central issue of data protection already at start-up, left a deep impression among the visitors.

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The professionals day, took place on the 16/09/2013 at the Salamander Building in Kornwestheim with the support of mm-lab GmbH.

Finance Minister Nils Schmid was convincingly demonstrated that it is a key issue for the management of mm-lab to promote and to integrate employees from Europe.

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 Meanwhile, more than ten percent of the workforce are Spanish colleagues, allocated with their skill to all areas of the company, from product development to quality assurance.

Scrum Timebox

With mm-lab's app SCRUM Timebox, developers will never again overrun a SCRUM meeting.

 

The SCRUM TimeBox works like a classic egg timer: after setting a target time, the clock starts running. The remaining time appears on the display. Shortly before and at the end an acoustic signal is given. Preset time boxes allow to click the typical SCRUM meetings such as Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, Sprint Planning and Sprint Retrospective.

   
mm-lab GmbH installed its PGMS (Proving Ground Management System) on the Bosch test track in Boxberg on schedule. Based on a WiMAX communications network integrating voice and data, a wide range of functions is now available to the different users of the system. Customers, drivers and operators benefit from an integrated system, which consistently supports all processes on the proving ground, as required by the specification.
Thus the PAT (Preliminary Acceptance Test) was carried out successfully. Congratulations and thanks to all involved! The training of the operating team and tests under real conditions will determine the time until the final acceptance and the beginning of commercial operation in a few weeks.

mm-lab GmbH installed its PGMS (Proving Ground Management System) on the Bosch test track in Boxberg on schedule. Based on a WiMAX communications network integrating voice and data, a wide range of functions is now available to the different users of the system. Customers, drivers and operators benefit from an integrated system, which consistently supports all processes on the proving ground, as required by the specification.

Thus the PAT (Preliminary Acceptance Test) was carried out successfully. Congratulations and thanks to all involved! The training of the operating team and tests under real conditions will determine the time until the final acceptance and the beginning of commercial operation in a few weeks.

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