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    We enable things to sense

    We develop and market innovative connected devices and tailor-made solutions for the Internet of Things.


Smart Home

Our smart sensor and actuator devices can control your home automatically via your smart phone.

Connected Industry

Connected Industry enables a flexible, self-organized and efficient production environment.

Transport & Logistics

Optimize your transport & logistic system with continuous monitoring of your goods in transit.

Bosch XDK


X-plore our all-in-one prototyping platform for sensor based Internet of Things projects and more.


Fairs and exhibitions



HMI Hannover

Hannover Messe 2016

April 25-29, 2016 in Hannover, Germany

Active Parking Lot Management is presented at IAA 2016

Get more information how the system with smart parking sensors and gateways from Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions works.


CES Las Vegas

CES Las Vegas

January 6-9, 2016 in Las Vegas, USA

Bosch helps drivers find the perfect parking space

Stuttgart, Germany – The perfect parking space is situated close to where a driver wants to go, offers enough space for their car – and is unoccupied. To find that parking space, however, can be extremely frustrating – especially in urban areas. In Germany, the average search for a suitable free parking space takes ten minutes.


Bosch ConnectedWorld

Bosch ConnectedWorld

March 9-10, 2016 in Berlin, Germany

Net Futures 2015

Watch the interview given by Dr. Thorsten Müller at the Net Futures 2015 in Brussels, where the Alliance Internet of Things Innovations (AIOTI) was founded. Bosch is part of the board members and participated in the founding ceremony of the new alliance, which was hosted by Günter Oettinger, European Commissioner for the Digital Economy and Society.

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Five billion Bosch MEMS Sensors

Bosch provides sensors for a range of uses in the automotive and consumer electronics industries. For instance, MEMS sensors measure pressure, acceleration, rotary motion, mass flow, and the earth's magnetic field, and act as the sensory organs for cars or smart phones. Bosch has been producing these sensors for vehicles since 1995. A yaw-rate sensor that records the rotary moments around its vertical axis is at the heart of ESP, for example, and today each modern vehicle is home to up to 50 MEMS sensors.


Bosch’s Smart Home Vision:
Broadening Market Scope through One Single Platform

Smart home is one of Bosch’s promising business domains. Bosch has been making aggressive movements toward smart homes by introducing smart home solutions for home convenience, efficiency and security in 2015.

EE Times Europe

EE Times Europe

Thorsten Mueller, CEO of Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbH (Reutlingen, Germany), has been guiding the latest startup subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH since 2013 when he started the initiative with just two staff.



Stuttgart, Germany – Bosch will demonstrate MEMS sensors technology in action at the 2015 International CES in Las Vegas. Bosch Sensortec and Akustica, subsidiaries of Bosch, the world’s largest supplier of MEMS sensors, each provide smart MEMS sensors and solutions to the world’s top consumer electronics manufacturers.


Hoffnung auf eine große Zukunft

»Großes entsteht in Reutlingen«, hatte zu Beginn des Jahres
Bosch-Chef Volkmar Denner im Reutlinger General-Anzeiger verkündet. Gemeint hatte er das Internet der Dinge und Dienste. Um dieses Geschäftsfeld kümmert sich das Ende 2013 gegründete Unternehmen Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbH (Reutlingen). Dr.Thorsten Müller, Geschäftsführer des jungen Betriebes, spricht von einer Revolution.(Reutlinger General-Anzeiger vom 25.10.2014)


Strong sales growth in every business sector

Stuttgart – The Bosch Group has started the new year with a good increase in sales. In the first quarter, sales grew by roughly 7 percent. After adjusting for exchange-rate effects, the increase was roughly 10 percent. For the current fiscal year, the global provider of technology and services expects its sales to grow 3 to 5 percent.


Tiny Bosch sensors for the connected life

Stuttgart/Las Vegas – Bosch is helping to build the internet of things and services one tiny sensor at a time. In future, many objects will report their status over the net, and this makes a range of new functions and business models possible. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Bosch will be presenting its tiny building blocks for connected living, along with possible applications.


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