With the MB.OS holistic computing architecture, we at Mercedes-Benz are creating our own operating system for our vehicles, changing not only our products, but also how we work.
To ensure that MB.OS can be successfully implemented, we have created 3,000 new jobs in the field of software development. 1,000 of these are based at our central development and training hub in Sindelfingen, for which the existing Mercedes-Benz Technology Center is being expanded. An integrative competence center for electric and electrified drives and digitalization - the "Mercedes Benz Electric Software Hub" - covering an area of approximately 65,000 m², will be created by the beginning of 2022.
This campus will provide our software experts with the appropriate infrastructure for the development of MB.OS. The focus is also on greater flexibility and personal responsibility when it comes to the organisation of working hours, and even more performance-related pay.
We offer an attractive package for candidates in the field of software development, as a response to the requirements of a modern working environment. We create ideal framework conditions for a high degree of independence, performance-oriented remuneration and individual freedom.
In Sindelfingen, we have put all our efforts into creating around 1,000 new jobs for software developers in addition to the existing team.