Everything you need to know about the automatic emergency call
[#05 | APRIL 23, 2018] In an emergency, every second counts. However, drivers and passengers are often so seriously injured or in such a state of shock that they cannot even ask for help. The automatic emergency call, or eCall for short, passed by the European Commission in April 2015 will solve this problem and help to reduce the number of serious injuries in accidents by 15%. In the event of an accident, eCall automatically establishes a voice connection to the emergency call center and transmits a data set with information on the accident location.
Why you should use connected solutions to manage tight delivery schedules
[#04 | APRIL 19, 2018] In logistics, everything has to go fast and digitization happens along the way. But how might the face of logistics change? How might the Internet of Things (IoT) shape this working field? We talked to Niels Wildner about the current situation and future of logistics. As the Head of Sales with Transport Control International (TCI), he is an expert in logistics as well as preventing transport damages.
Four key learnings of Bosch ConnectedWorld 2018
[#03 | MAR 28, 2018] Interesting conversations with people from a wide variety of professional backgrounds is the reward in return for stress and aching legs at trade fairs and events. Moreover, you get immediate feedback for your products and additionally develop new ideas for future projects.
In the end, you travel home inspired with a lot of great information as well as key learnings. Four different people share their experiences from Bosch ConnectedWorld 2018 in Berlin.
Bosch ConnectedExperience 2018 in retrospect
[#02 | MAR 28, 2018] A major part of Europe’s biggest Internet of Things (IoT) conference Bosch Connected World (BCW) is the hackathon Bosch Connected Experience (BCX). This year, over 4,000 participants and more than 700 hackers met at STATION in Berlin to discover how IoT will change our lives.
This time, creative ideas in five different hack challenges were in demand. For their concepts, the participating teams could use the Cross Development Kit (XDK) and thus once again show what use cases are possible with XDK.
Experiences of a Field Application Engineer at Bosch
[#01 | MAR 9, 2018] Thorsten Klein, one of our Field Application Engineers (FAE) at Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions gives you an exclusive insight into his everyday working life.
The fact that he never experiences a working day twice makes it exciting all the more! Get to know Thorsten's various defintions of "FAE", learn more about his challenges and explore in which situation he leaves everything behind.
Accumulated knowledge of experts: visit our new IoT blog section
[#0 | MAR 7, 2018] When it comes to the Internet of Things being connected is key. As experts in IoT and Industry 4.0, we at Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions take this seriously.
But who are the faces behind our ideas and products? What is trending in the field of IoT and what is happening at different fairs and conferences? Get to know our employees and take a look behind-the-scenes.
Discuss several trends and get an insight in IoT with the help of different experts.
All happening on our new blog!
Bosch puts a face to the connected factory
According to the slogan “Factory of the future. Now. Next. Beyond”, the Bosch Group is presenting at Hannover Messe what the company already offers (now) for connected factories, what solutions will soon be available (next) and what it is developing for the future (beyond).
Bosch proudly welcomed Angela Merkel at the booth. The chancellor was highly interested in the Cross Domain Development Kit, which is a “midwife“ for companies, who want to develop their own applications quickly and flexibly.
MEMS sensors – key components for the Internet of Things
Although they are only the size of a pinhead, they change our daily lifes in many areas: tiny micro-electro-mechanical sensors. Until now, these MEMS sensors have been used mainly in vehicles and in entertainment and communication technologies to perform special functions. However, the future fields of application for MEMS sensors are much more diverse and fascinating – MEMS sensors have become key components for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Bosch is turning the car into a lifesaver
Stuttgart, Germany – A milestone in road safety: on March 31, 2018, the automatic “emergency call” system – eCall, for short – will become mandatory in the European Union. This requirement means that a digital first responder who automatically calls for help in an accident will be riding along in the car, each and every time. The Telematics eCall Plug is the retrofit eCall solution for all vehicles.
Bosch launches Telematics eCall Plug at CES2018
At the 2018 international CES in Las Vegas, USA, Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions will announce the Telematics eCall Plug (TEP), a retrofit plug-in sensor device. It delivers precise event data such as driving behavior and crash detection for telematics, fleet management and insurance applications.
Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions at Hannover Messe 2018
Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions at Junction & Slush 2018
embedded world 2018
27 February - 1 March 2018, Nuremberg, Germany
The Embedded world – exhibition & conference is a leading international world fair, focusing exclusively on embedded technologies and trends in the industry. More than 1,000 exhibitors are presenting the latest aspects of embedded systems. Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions will be one of them and present the Connected Industrial Sensor Solution (CISS) and the Cross Domain Development Kit (XDK).
Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions at CES 2018
Jan. 9-12, Las Vegas, NV
CES is the world's most fascinating show for all involved in the consumer technology business. For 50 years, it has served as proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies— a global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace. As the largest hands-on event of its kind, CES features all aspects of the industry.