Mitutoyo CTL Germany GmbH
Mitutoyo CTL Germany GmbH is a daughter company of Mitutoyo Europe GmbH. The CTL stands for Computer Technology Laboratory and their role is to develop, maintain and advance the software for Mitutoyo's 3D CMMs (Coordinate-Measuring Machines).
Mitutoyo CTL Germany GmbH is situated in Oberndorf, directly next to the beautiful Neckar Valley and is between the Black Forest and the Swabian Alps. In addition the state capital Stuttgart and the Lake Constance are only short journeys away.
It is a daughter company of Mitutoyo Europe GmbH and the CTL stands for Computer Technology Laboratory.
Mitutoyo CTL employs highly qualified specialists in programing, science and engineering, whose task is to develop, maintain and advance the software for Mitutoyo's 3D CMMs (Coordinate Measuring Machines).
The primary software package developed to date is MCOSMOS, which stands for Mitutoyo Controlled Open System for Modular Operation support. Through this, we strive to overcome all conceivable challenges of current and future 3D coordinate measurement. Our software is flexible, adaptable and enhancable. We aim to allow integration along all stages of the customer's production process and let them handle large amounts of date with ease, to help our customers optimise production, cut waste and reduce costs.
At present, we are developing software in union with several divisions and partners of Mitutoyo from around the world to meet the increased requirements of our customers. We are excited and enthusiastic about where we stand and where we are going.
We are also very pleased, to have recently been able to move into our very own newly built premises.
We have recently sought for ourselves to be audited as an "Attraktiver Arbeitgeber", attractive employer, by the IHK Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg. We passed with a silver grade, and are the first company to achieve Silver on the first attempt.
This was based on a survey, where all our employees rated our company in 6 different field from quality management to corporate culture.