#Workingfromhome has provided new opportunities for knowledge transfer across MBRDNA. In some circumstances, social distancing has actually resulted in greater interaction among teams that would not usually work so closely together. Housemates Tyler Brown and Lucas Bolster are one example. When working in the office, Lucas is focused on developing #automateddriving features for the U.S. market. During the stay-at-home order he has been planning future testing activities and getting a test car ready with the latest software. Tyler, on the other hand, is spending his time working from home testing Over-the-Air update capabilities to ensure customers always have the newest software features on their #MBUX infotainment system. With the two of them now working next to each other at home, they have both had the chance to learn more about each other’s area of expertise and gained insight into the work being done in another team.