The Best of CES 2019: A Different Perspective

The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is now over. For those in the know, it needs little introduction other than to say that it rivals Sin City itself in the sheer number of flashing lights and glitz that it illuminates over a four day period in January. Interestingly, for all of the hype...
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MMID at CES 2019

We’ll be at CES in Vegas! We solve complex, human-centered design and development challenges that help shape the future. Want to chat at an all-you-can-eat casino buffet? Contact Marco Cross to set up a time to talk about how we can help you achieve your growth and innovation goals. Marco Cross Innovation Manager +1.508.380.0029    ...
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Predicting Future Design and Production Trends: The Cabinet of Curiosities as an Indicator of What Comes Next

Mark Twain is famously (and perhaps erroneously) quoted as saying something to effect of: “History does not repeat itself, but it rhymes.” MMID is in the business of predicting the future. Our clients hire us to build out their product lines, create new products, or iterate on their tried-and-true methodologies. When doing so, we often...
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No More Coins: Internet of Things (IoT) Parking Meters and the Power of Innovation

From where I sit, I look out over a long downtown street in the heart of Providence. The far side of the street is flanked with parking meters and omni-present urban ginkgo trees. These parking meters are a lot like parking meters everywhere else: the displays on these meters blink happily away as the sun...
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You’ve Been Lied to by Everyone (3D Printing Clickbait)

You’ve likely experienced content extolling the wonders of 3D printing and the supposed manufacturing revolution that it portends. Early reports from some of the larger 3D printer companies suggested that at a non-specified date in the near future every single home would have a printer capable of producing a myriad of common place objects rendering...
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MMID expands to Providence, USA

I’m Marco Cross, innovation manager for MMID USA. We just opened our brand-new office in Providence, Rhode Island. About two years ago, my wife Sarah and I moved to Providence because we realized that Rhode Island’s capitol is replete with that which we care about most: vibrant and diverse communities filled with intensely creative people...
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Support stand for mobile X-ray equipment

To ensure horses stay in tiptop shape, they are regularly monitored by veterinarians that specialize in these animals. These checkups often include X-rays. Together with Podoblock, MMID has developed a mobile support stand for mobile X-ray equipment, the JiXtr, that enables veterinarians to take photos on site safely, quickly and with ease.
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MMID Drager MMID Awards Oxylog

The Dräger Oxylog VE300 won a Red Dot Award

We proudly announce that the Dräger Oxylog VE300 has won a Red Dot award! We helped Dräger develop the Oxylog – which is the first emergency ventilator with an integrated oxygen cylinder. Our managers Nils (Essen) and Bas (Delft) with the Dräger team About the Dräger Oxylog VE300 In emergency situations, first responders have to...
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New employee in Ulm

Marwa grew up in Damascus in Syria. After finishing her marketing studies, Marwa worked for Nestlé for two years, until she had to leave the country in October 2015, because it just wasn’t safe for her anymore. We are very happy that Marwa has found her way to the Ulm office, where she is now...
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Robust housing high voltage test device

Detecting voltage quickly and securely at feeders, converters and overhead power lines will save lives. Together with Rudolph Tietzsch GmbH MMID developed a robust housing of their MultiSafe HS 36, a two-pole voltage tester for AC and DC voltages.   2 in 1 Thomas Brahe, Look & Feel designer at MMID: “There were several interesting...
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