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It’s never boring at MaibornWolff!

With 800 employees in three countries, it’s never boring for us: we grow, change, take part in competitions, visit events, organise them ourselves or are represented in the media. Here you can always find out what’s going on.

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    Industry 4.0 – Analysis by FactoryPuls and MaibornWolff

    How high is the digital maturity level of your production? An analysis developed by the Hamburg startup FactoryPuls and the Munich software developer MaibornWolff provides industrial companies with answers.

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    IoT Bike wins the 5th Munich Digital Innovation Award

    Our project IoT Bike won the 5th Munich Digital Innovation Award and was named Innovation of the Year 2020. The smartphone app IoT Bike continuously collects data about the bike lane infrastructure of a city – simply while riding, without additional hardware. Data is collected, for example, on the condition of the roads/bike lanes, but […]

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    Still a Great Place to Work – even in the mobile office

    Typically, we would be pretty out of breath by now after a March that would have kept us on our toes with exciting Great Place to Work awards. Instead, many are out of breath between Teams calls at the dinner table, homeschooling, and alternate going-out rules every week. Some of us might even have settled into the […]

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    MaibornWolff at the .droidcon 2020

    At the virtual .droidcon EMEA 2020, Android developers from Europe, the Middle East and Africa are expected this year. Right in the middle: Matthias Nefzger and MaibornWolff. Matthias will be presenting his talk on Friday, October 09: “Talk CoAP to me – IoT over Bluetooth Low Energy“. He will explore how his team built a Bluetooth communication […]

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    7 tips for better user stories

    Difficulties writing user stories? In this new MaibornWolff video  Paula Montesa und Christian Jöcker show in seven practical tips how to write excellent user stories. Among other things, they explain why pictures are better than words, the importance of high data quality and why appearance does matter.