Insights about our IoT platform
Bosch IoT Suite services via IBM Bluemix
IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Bosch today announced a collaboration for industrial Internet of Things (IoT), making available Bosch IoT Suite services on open standards-based IBM Bluemix and IBM Watson IoT Platform for clients to efficiently update millions of IoT devices.
Bosch Software Innovations joins Cloud Foundry Foundation
Bosch Software Innovations has joined the Cloud Foundry Foundation, home of the industry-standard platform for cloud applications, as a silver member. Bosch Software Innovations joins GE Digital, IBM, Pivotal, SAP, VMware, and more than 60 other technology innovators as a Foundation member. Through its membership, Bosch Software Innovations will support other member companies to jointly improve the features and usage of Cloud Foundry’s cloud platform for Internet of Things (IoT) scenarios.
ProSyst technology complements Bosch IoT Suite
The Bosch Group has completed its acquisition of middleware specialist ProSyst. ProSyst software provides the perfect complement to the device management component in the Bosch IoT Suite developed by Bosch Software Innovations, especially because it supports a wide variety of device protocols.
Eclipse Foundation announces Bosch as a strategic member
The Eclipse Foundation is pleased to announce that Bosch has become a strategic member of the Eclipse Foundation. Bosch has been a long-term solutions member of the Eclipse Foundation, and is actively participating in the Eclipse Automotive Working Group and the Eclipse Internet of Things (IoT) Working Group. As a new strategic member, Bosch will have a representative on the Eclipse Board of Directors and lead a number of open source projects at Eclipse. More than 10,000 Bosch engineers use the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
Meet with us at SAS Global Forum
April 2-5 I Orlando
Making your digital strategy work for you
Join our expert speakers Matthew Jennings, Regional President, Bosch Software Innovations and Corey Plender, Director IoT Architecture, Bosch Software Innovations, for an in-depth discussion on tools and best practices for making IoT driven analytic solutions a success.
Anomaly detection in the IoT
One type of task that can be effectively tackled with data analysis is anomaly detection. Its goal is to find unusual behavior that differs significantly from what has been observed before or from what is expected. In this white paper, we describe our approach, highlight some observations made during various projects, and have a look at the components that a system for data analysis typically includes.
Real-world challenges in developing IoT solutions
A joint white paper by Bosch Software Innovations and PTC® provides IoT examples
The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way many companies do business. Many traditional manufacturers are integrating their physical products with internet-based backend services, and internet companies are expanding their offerings by integrating data from sensors and physical assets. New companies are entering the market with IoT solutions that combine physical products with internet-based services. Sensor-generated data and machine learning solutions enable new, data-driven business models. All these players can benefit from fast and easy IoT solution development. To facilitate this, Bosch Software Innovations has teamed up with PTC® to deliver a joint offering described in the white paper.
IoT and big data
A joint white paper by Bosch Software Innovations and MongoDB on how to manage the large amounts of unstructured data in the IoT.
Our IoT platform, the Bosch IoT Suite, allows to connect distributed things and devices in order to provide applications for the Internet of Things, such as fleet management and predictive maintenance. In combination with MongoDB’s proven scalability and dynamic data model, this opens up the possibility to further unlock the potential of the IoT for customers around the globe.
No one can do I(o)T alone.
The IoT requires a major change in how established industries do business. We are convinced that the key to success lies in business and technology ecosystems, not individual players. But what does that actually involve? For more details, just take a look at our Open IoT infographic.
Gateways in IoT scenarios
During the course of more than 150 IoT projects in different domains we detected several IoT patterns which also result in different approaches on how to connect devices. Many IoT solutions are hosted on a cloud environment. Often it is possible to connect devices directly to the backend system. However, for various scenarios there are some recommendations for connecting devices in a more indirect way via gateways. In this webcast, we have a look on real-world use cases in different domains. Moreover, we do a comparison between gateway- and non-gateway-based IoT solutions, and show the benefits of an open-standards based framework leveraging OSGi and Java technologies.
Anomaly Detection with event data in IoT
Today, devices generate more data than social networks. Each device can send data several times per second and with millions of connected devices, a typical data processing platform might be required to deal with billions of such incoming events every day. Even though processing this amount of data is obviously a considerable and by no means trivial technological challenge, it is clear that the device data itself – even when stored in a preprocessed form – is not something actionable. To get actionable insights, the collected data must be analyzed. One type of task that can be effectively tackled with data analysis is anomaly detection. Its goal is to find unusual behavior that differs significantly from what has been observed before or from what is expected.
Frost & Sullivan ranks Bosch Software Innovations as Leader in Asia-Pacific
This independent market research conducted by Frost & Sullivan at the end of 2016 gives an overview of the Industrial Internet of Things ecosystem and describes business and operational objectives of implementing Industry 4.0 solutions, with the main focus of the study being the competitive landscape of Industrial IoT cloud platforms in Asia Pacific.
Experton Market Insight, 2017 I4.0/IoT Vendor Benchmark (Germany, IoT platforms)
In its independent study “I4.0/IoT Vendor Benchmark 2017,” Experton Group evaluates the most important I4.0/IoT providers in the German market.
Experton Group has identified 15 providers of IoT platforms in the German market. Six of these providers were positioned in the leader quadrant. According to this analysis, Bosch Software Innovations has the following strengths:
- The USP of the Bosch IoT Suite is the comprehensive device management functionality that is unrivalled by any other competitor (Bosch IoT Remote Manager, Bosch IoT Things, Bosch IoT Rollouts, Bosch IoT Hub).
- Bosch is perceived as an IoT/I4.0 thought leader in the German market (including its annual top event, Bosch ConnectedWorld, in Berlin) and pursues a dual strategy to be positioned as a lead user as well as a lead provider.
- Bosch has good local references and good access to German customer organizations.
- Its cooperation with PTC is a targeted approach to strengthen the visualization and fast application development capabilities of the Bosch IoT Suite. Bosch is preparing to engage in additional cooperative ventures.
- Bosch has already established a strong ecosystem of partners and system integrators in Germany.
Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog
The Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog is hosted by Bosch Software Innovations, the Bosch Group’s spearhead for providing software for the Internet of Things.
Our bloggers are passionate customers, partners, analysts, guests and associates from the world of Bosch who share a common vision: to make the Internet of Things (IoT) come true.