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Function PoC
Concept validation of connected function for Automotive OEMs.

Proof of Concept (PoC) is the way we help you to explore the potential of an idea. The focus is on functional and non-functional validation of the goal and a controlled delivery process concentrated on the Minimum Awesome Product (MAP), followed by a seamless transition to the connected function project for production development and rollout.
How we work?
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Validation of the concept goal,
functional and non-functional
A POC controlled delivery process
focused on the MAP
Seamless transfer
to the connected function project
Staying competitive
by adopting emerging technologies
and ideas early
Highlighting the potential
and level of readiness
Avoiding dead
ends by taking the right steps
at the right time
Our Connected Function PoCs Highlights

Moving traffic warning
This product provides users in semi-autonomous and autonomous vehicles with information on traffic conditions.
  • improved traffic flow
  • environmentally friendly
Recall notification
A product which sends recall alerts directly to the car and tracks information once the user receives and confirms the notification.
  • improved recall management
  • saves costs by eliminating paperwork
  • improved customer care
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Connected fleet
This product introduces connected features for an entire car fleet, monitoring, receiving and handling user concierge and incident management needs worldwide.
  • premium customer care for OEM customers
  • brand consistency
  • upsell potential
Unified workflows for agents
A product that unifies workflows for faster and more standardised customer support, increasing customer satisfaction.
  • cost-effectiveness
  • premium customer care for OEM customers

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In Automotive industry every single project costs a lot and takes long time to be developed, validated and tested. We offer Connected Function PoC development services to verify business value and mitigate the risk of full-scale project cost.
Mariusz Schabowski, Project Manager, MakoLab
What we commit to
ICO protection
Confidentiality is one of our core values. That means we have clients and projects we can’t even talk about.
ICO proactive approach
Proactive approach
We save you time and resources with the proactive approach we bring to our projects.
ICO Flexibility
When it comes to project complexity, timelines and technology, flexibility is our motto. You tell us what you need and we make it happen.
ICO teamwork
We work fast and effectively by focusing on teamwork and close collaboration with our clients.
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More about Connected Function PoC
In the context of connected functions, Proof of Concept (PoC) refers to a prototype or demonstration that shows the feasibility and potential of a new technology or solution.

PoC is often used in the early stages of product development to test and refine ideas before significant resources are invested in full-scale implementation. With connected functions, PoC could involve testing a new feature or functionality in a limited setting to assess its effectiveness and potential impact on the overall system.
At MakoLab, our approach to PoC development services is designed to provide a fast, cost-effective way for clients in the automotive industry to verify the business value of potential improvements.

Using a connected function PoC, we can validate and test new ideas, functionalities and technologies in less time and at a lower cost, reducing the risk of investing in unproven solutions. The process involves developing a PoC which is then tested and validated to ensure that it meets the requisite objectives and provides value to the client’s business.
The PoC process typically includes the following phases:

1. Planning and Requirements Gathering: in this phase, the high-level requirements are defined and workshops might be held to gather additional information and establish the goals for the PoC.
2. Design: this phase is where the design of the PoC is developed. It involves outlining the overall architecture and design, identifying the technologies and tools needed to execute it and creating a detailed development and testing plan.
3. Development: this is the phase involving coding, testing and updating the mock-ups and diagrams as necessary in order to refine the PoC further and ensure that it meets the set requirements.
4. Evaluation and Feedback: the final phase, where the PoC is evaluated and feedback is gathered from the stakeholders in order to determine its effectiveness and identify any changes or improvements that are necessary.

The overall focus of the PoC process is on testing and validating a concept or solution in a controlled environment before committing to full-scale development. It involves collaboration between the stakeholders, designers, and developers and is designed to ensure that the final product meets the needs of the target audience and achieves its intended goals.
One example of a PoC in the context of connected cars would be creating a prototype of a new feature or service, such as a smart parking system or an advanced driver assistance system, in order to test its feasibility and demonstrate its potential to potential customers or investors.

The PoC would involve building a small-scale version of the feature or service and testing it in a real-world environment to evaluate its performance, usability and potential impact on the market.
PoC stands for Proof of Concept, which is a prototype or a small-scale experiment demonstrating the feasibility and viability of a particular idea or technology. A PoC is usually used to test and validate the technical and business viability of a concept before investing significant resources in its development.

PoV stands for Proof of Value. This is a type of PoC that focuses on demonstrating the potential value or return on investment (ROI) of a specific technology or solution. A PoV typically involves testing a product or service in a real-world environment to determine its value and impact on business outcomes.

To sum up, while PoC and POV both involve testing and validation, PoC focuses on a concept’s technical and business feasibility. In contrast, PoV focuses on demonstrating the actual value and ROI of a specific technology or solution.
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Martin Kanaan
Business Development Manager
+48 604 938 587