A non-profit consortium involving major carmakers, suppliers, IT firms, start-ups and other transportation stakeholders has been announced to explore the application of blockchain technology in a digital mobility ecosystem. Founding members include BMW, Bosch, Ford, General Motors, Groupe Renault, ZF, Accenture, Context Labs and IBM. The Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative (MOBI) aims to connect mobility Read More..
Robert Bosch has opened a new 104,000 square-foot Research and Technology Center (RTC) in Sunnyvale, California, in a move to further strengthen the German automotive supplier group’s ties with the regional high-tech industry. Bosch said the 40 million dlr facility is home to 200 team members, a number that can grow to 300 over time. The Read More..
Robert Bosch has formed a separate division that will focus on mobility technologies, including car sharing, ride sharing and connectivity-based services. The German automotive supplier also announced that it had acquired Splitting Fares (SPLT), a US start-up that has developed a ride-sharing platform specifically aimed at companies and commuters. Bosch has for the past 10 years Read More..
Robert Bosch and MAN receive German logistics awards
Robert Bosch and Continental, two of the world’s biggest automotive suppliers, are each buying a 5 pc stake in location and digital mapping specialist Here. The two German companies are buying their stakes from Here’s main owners, premium car makers Audi, BMW and Daimler. The transactions are expected to be completed in the first quarter Read More..
ROME — European automotive suppliers gathered here last week to honor a range of companies and products that will likely play a key role in the transformation of personal mobility. The European suppliers association, CLEPA, awarded innovation awards to Nvidia, Robert Bosch, Continental, ZF, Volkswagen and other automotive companies for products in the areas of Read More..
Robert Bosch has opened a new electronic-components plant in Changzhou, China, solidifyingÂ its position in the world’s largest car market. With another production site, “we are strengthening our successful localization strategy,” Bosch Automotive Electronics President Klaus Meder said in a statement. The move also underlines the German automotive supplier’s confidence in the Chinese market, he added. Read More..
HANOVER — Robert Bosch CIO Elmar Pritsch on Thursday said digital change provides corporate IT departments with an opportunity to assume a different role. “IT is growing out of the role of driver of efficiency and is becoming a function that adds value and is becoming part of the product,” Pritsch told the automotiveIT Congress Read More..
Robert Bosch will holdÂ its annual internet-of-things conference in Berlin March 15 and 16. The German automotive supplier, which has in recent years focused heavily onÂ IoT technologies, is hosting an event that features senior industry executives speaking about the connected software and systems reshaping industries across the board. Bosch CEO Volkmar Denner will speak about key Read More..
Robert Bosch plans to acquire a software development company – ITK Engineering – that specializes inÂ model-based system and software development. The German automotive supplier, which is focusing increasingly on internet-of-things technologies, said the acquisition will strengthen its position in the field of engineering services. Bosch has its own development unit, which is called Bosch Engineering. Read More..