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For the 2nd time in a row mm-lab is nominated for the Großer Preis des Mittelstandes. Out of 5,009 companies and institutions which have applied, the "jury list" was compiled with 815 companies reaching the 2nd stage of the competition in 2015.
From these, the judges will select the winners and finalists. In September and November, the winners will be announced at an awards ceremony. On you can find the complete Jury List 2015.

Regarding the Deutscher Telematik Preis 2016, the six-member jury has made its choice. The nominees have been announced and mm-lab is set in the category Special Vehicles Telematics. Our Telematics solution must now prove its worth through functionality tests in the laboratory of the Duale Hochschule Baden Württemberg as well as in practice.
More details can be found here:




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AWIGO LOGISTICS has successfully started into the new year with their daily operations.


The change of service provider for the collection of household waste in the district of Osnabrück has been "as scheduled," says Mr. Heinrich Werneke, authorized officer of AWIGO LOGISTICS confirmed - a very good start. Now we want to get "even better".


mm-lab GmbH is proud that it has contributed to this successful start with their Telematics solution tailored to the needs of AWIGO LOGISTICS. Ottmar Lasser, responsible at mm-lab GmbH for sales of Special Fleets solutions, is looking forward to a continued cooperation and already has many good ideas in mind.



Robert-Franck Schule Ludwigsburg


The computer science course of the Robert Franck School in Ludwigsburg came to visit mm-lab. Computer science from a practical perspective was the topic.

Managing Director Dr. A. Streit readily took time to show the potential candidates for a Cooperative Educational year, around. Moreover, a young mm-lab engineer informed about his personal experience going from high school, over Cooperative Education in Computer Science on to his current job at the mm-lab GmbH.

Like this theory becomes tangible.


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mm-lab fulfills an important social component by taking care of the offspring in cooperation with the Cooperative State University Baden Württemberg (DHBW). In an interview with the Stuttgarter Nachrichten, Managing Director Dr. Andreas Streit explains - using the example of our DHBW student Kristian Krosos from Romania - how the company defines "taking care" and why it is so important.
The full article can be found here (available in German only): Die Heimat verlassen um Azubi zu sein