We organized Tomorrow Day, an open day for the first time in Budapest on 9 May, 2018 in our E/E Competence Center. The purpose of the event was to provide insights into the work of our unique competence center and the more than 700 engineer colleagues.  Besides university students, professors and experienced professionals interested in hardware close software development, our colleagues were also invited to the programs of the open day. The day was split into two parts: in the morning the live final of Coding Tomorrow Cup programming competition for software developers began, where 10 groups had the chance to compare their knowledge. The coding tasks compiled by our engineers included exciting logical tasks, laboratory-related puzzles and even tasks connected to our Mercedes C-Klasse autonomous driving car. In the afternoon, different departments of the competence center were introduced in a series of interesting presentations. Later, the guests and our colleagues could participate at the well-known university professor, Károly Härtlein’s impressive performance called „Brutal physics”. The show put shed light on the most exciting side of physics by various experiments, which cannot be presented in educational environment. Finally, Marc de Bastos Eckstein, General Manager of thyssenkrupp Components Technology Hungary handed over the prizes to the winners of the programming competition, and the event was closed by the concert of the popular Cloud 9+ band. During the open day, the participants could also try parking via a mobile application, drive a special racing car simulator with VR glasses on site or take part in job interview rehearsals.

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