Connectivity

Connectivity is the mother of digitalization. Whether it’s a vacuum cleaner, sound system, delivery van or rental bike: An increasing number of interconnected vehicles are making disruptive business models conceivable in the first place. There is no "one size fits all" solution for connectivity solutions.  There are enormous requirements for (mostly wireless) connectivity: Lower energy consumption, simpler cloud connection, lower costs, high data rates, greater wireless range, standardized provisioning, short cycle times and much more. Selecting the right connectivity technology is a key factor for the future viability of digitally interconnected offerings.  

Connected business champions use optimum connectivity technology for their digital offering. We assist in the design and technical execution process.

  • We provide support in designing, building and operating platforms for machine-to-machine connectivity.
  • We develop mobile network-based connectivity offerings with worldwide availability (e.g. for automotive applications).
  • We assist you with selecting the right radio technology and define the technical specification.
  • We check and validate connectivity solutions with realistic prototypes.
  • We successfully implement your connectivity plans with our subsidiary, mm1 Technology.

mm1 Technology

We have already successfully supported numerous Connectivity projects:

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News from mm1 about Connectivity

mm1 was given the "Best Consultant 2018" award for the third time

mm1 ranks among the best German consulting firms and was awarded the "Best consultant 2018" prize from business magazine brand eins in the categories of Technology & Telecommunications along with Innovation & Growth in the current industry comparison. As such, mm1 obtained the seal for the third time in a row.

mm1 at the Deutschen Bahn’s hackathon

The Deutsche Bahn issued invitations to the DB Hackday in Berlin on December 15th and 16th to develop new perspectives and approaches for digital travel assistance. In the course of 24 hours, roughly 200 participants worked on software prototypes and exchanged ideas in the "DB mindbox" innovation lab. Lyn Matten from mm1 Technology was present.

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