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An IoT blog hosted by Bosch Software Innovations

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    At Bosch ConnectedWorld 2014, two of my colleagues explained ‘Urbanville’, an app demonstrator showcasing potential functionalities used in smart city environments. Urbanville is based on a software platform that connects software and backend systems with for example public services, such as bus networks, parking lot management, waste collection, and information on road works. It provides […]

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    Today, we benefit from the inventions of the 20th century. However, our attitude towards some of these inventions has changed. The car, for instance, gets you from point A to point B. But at what cost? With the rising awareness of eco-friendly approaches, one can’t help but join in. The research project Get eReady in […]

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    Mobility is one of the fundamental needs of people nowadays. Work, school and travels all require us to use means of transportation which can, at times, be harmful to the environment. We all know the pictures of big cities suffering from smog and crowded streets. I believe we have found a step towards the solution. […]

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    More people living in cities want to retain their independence through public transport. A growing number believe that one should make use of what is already available rather than bear the burden of owning a car. The trend of car-sharing and rental bikes within major German cities is on the rise. Moreover people prefer using […]

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    The only things you associate with Singapore are an airline or one of the most famous infinity pools? Definitely, that has to change. Did you know that Bosch is putting tomorrow’s technology on the streets of Singapore today with a dedicated connected charging infrastructure for electric vehicles? A special highlight: the quick charging stations. It […]

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    Sun and stars, yachts and casinos. This is what Monaco has traditionally been known for. Soon, it will also be known for being a connected city. Bosch is helping the principality achieve this goal by providing the latest in network technology, installation of which commenced last November. The principality is ideally suited for this: densely […]

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    On the occasion of the INNOVATIVE CITY event in Nice, the Metropolitan Nice Côte d’Azur and Bosch signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote joint projects in the field of urban innovation as well as connected and sustainable cities. To better understand the drivers behind urban innovation, let’s take a step back. I trust there […]

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    The full article was initially published in German in the 03.2014 edition of Urban 2.0. Cities are booming, which raises the question: how can we continue to meet urban dwellers’ needs? The connected city offers a promising solution. But this is not a one‑size-fits-all answer – it requires cities and technology providers to put in […]

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    Last week, I attended the IoT World Forum in Chicago aimed to further promote the adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT). The event provided many case studies and best practices presented by practitioners and innovators from business, government, and academia. With Chicago being my hometown, I was excited to experience first-hand how the city’s […]

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    Urbanization walks hand in hand with a growing demand for innovative mobility solutions – especially for commuters. Stuttgart is one of many cities aiming to reduce individual traffic and minimize particulate matter by offering a range of environmentally friendly solutions. Under the direction of the main player for public transport Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen (SSB) the project […]

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      I recently blogged about the Virtual Power Plant (VPP) in the Smart City region of Rheintal. For that post, I interviewed the Bosch project manager about what insights the team had gained so far with the region’s VPP. I’ve now had the opportunity to talk to the manager of the Rheintal project, Dipl.-Ing. Christian […]

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    Two of my recent blog posts looked at the Virtual Power Plant (VPP) in the Smart City region of Rheintal. So far I’ve interviewed the manager of the project at Bosch and the manager of the Rheintal project at illwerke vkw about the progress of the region’s VPP. I’ve now had the opportunity to talk […]

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    As the Global Program Manager for Smart Cities at the Bosch Group, I have talked to many city representatives and stakeholders in recent years. I’m surprised to see that in many places, city planning is still done the way it was several decades ago: planners go to the traditional city departments such as urban planning, […]

    The post Putting people at the heart of the city appeared first on Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog.


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    It is a smart city. Urban planning, ecology, and information technology reach into every neighborhood, to improve citizens’ quality of life. Sensor-based systems (see also application areas in the graphic below) are already in place in many municipalities and regions all over the world. Before long, smart cities everywhere will be generating tons of data […]

    The post Smart cities 2.0: what works today appeared first on Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog.


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    12,000 new residences, 5 million square feet of commercial space, and 350 acres of parks and green spaces – these are just three examples of the impressive figures resulting from “The Shipyard Communities”, a FivePoint and Lennar development project in San Francisco. Together with Bosch, FivePoint is working on intelligent solutions to ensure that the […]

    The post Building the next communities in San Francisco appeared first on Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog.


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    Apps for connected parking, intermodal mobility or security solutions: Smart city services and IoT smart city projects strive to enhance the quality of life in our cities. A variety of the diverse service providers rely on various platforms to deliver their services. Now imagine a smart city, where there would be only one platform for […]

    The post How to bridge the interoperability gap in a smart city appeared first on Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog.


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    On the occasion of the INNOVATIVE CITY event in Nice, the Metropolitan Nice Côte d’Azur and Bosch signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote joint projects in the field of urban innovation as well as connected and sustainable cities. To better understand the drivers behind urban innovation, let’s take a step back. I trust there […]

    The post Let’s hit the road towards connected, sustainable cities appeared first on Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog.


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    The full article was initially published in German in the 03.2014 edition of Urban 2.0. Cities are booming, which raises the question: how can we continue to meet urban dwellers’ needs? The connected city offers a promising solution. But this is not a one‑size-fits-all answer – it requires cities and technology providers to put in […]

    The post Connected city: Get out of the silos! appeared first on Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog.


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    Last week, I attended the IoT World Forum in Chicago aimed to further promote the adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT). The event provided many case studies and best practices presented by practitioners and innovators from business, government, and academia. With Chicago being my hometown, I was excited to experience first-hand how the city’s […]

    The post A walk through connected Chicago appeared first on Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog.


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    Urbanization walks hand in hand with a growing demand for innovative mobility solutions – especially for commuters. Stuttgart is one of many cities aiming to reduce individual traffic and minimize particulate matter by offering a range of environmentally friendly solutions. Under the direction of the main player for public transport Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen (SSB) the project […]

    The post Stuttgart Services: Say farewell to a congested city appeared first on Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog.


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