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  • Bosch Connected World 2015
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    Join us for Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015 in Berlin!

    Do not miss out on the opportunity to meet technical and business decision makers, analysts, and thought leaders sharing best practices and success stories about the business potential of the Internet of Things (IoT).

  • Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015
    Keynote

    Dr. Volkmar Denner

    Bosch chairman and member of the board of management will give the keynote address 'From Hype to Business Success in a Connected World'.

  • Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015
    Keynote

    Ulrich Grillo

    President, Federation of German Industries BDI – Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie, The Future of Manufacturing

  • Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015
    Keynote

    Dr. Richard Mark Soley

    Executive Director, Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), The Industrial Revolution Meets the Internet Revolution

  • Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015
    Keynote

    Christoph Keese

    Executive Vice President, Axel Springer, Silicon Valley – What to Expect from the Most Powerful Region in the World

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  • Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015

    Bosch ConnectedWorld is the annual conference on the Internet of Things (IoT) and will take place on 17-18 February 2015. Executives, thought leaders, and expert speakers share their best practices and case studies around IoT-empowered products, services, and solutions. They will provide examples about how those solutions have:

    • improved the way of running their businesses,
    • brought new business models and revenue channels to life,
    • streamlined and automated their processes, or
    • made the lives of their customers, citizens, or employees safer, easier, or more comfortable.

    Analysts and thought leaders give insights into future developments

    The conference addresses Bosch customers, partners, and employees who work on business and technology strategies to benefit from integrating things into systems and processes. A business track introduces successfully implemented use cases in the areas of Mobility, Energy, Manufacturing, and Connected Home/Building/Cities. The technology track showcases what is required to plan, build, run and measure a reliable and scalable IoT platform. Beyond this, analysts and thought leaders give insights into future developments and the continuously increasing potential of the IoT.

     

     
  • Agenda

    Day 1: February 17th

    8:00 – 9:30 am
    Registration and Welcome Coffee
    9:30 – 9:40 am

    Welcome
    Dr.-Ing. Rainer Kallenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations
    9:40 – 10:20 am

    Keynote: From Hype to Business Success in a Connected World
    Dr. Volkmar Denner, Chairman, Board of Management Robert Bosch GmbH
    10:20 – 10:40 am

    Keynote: What Economic Policy Can Do to Make Connectivity a Winning Game
    Ulrich Grillo, President, Federation of German Industries BDI – Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie
    10:40 – 11:00 am

    Keynote: The Industrial Revolution Meets the Internet Revolution
    Dr. Richard Mark Soley, Executive Director, Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)
    11:00 – 11:40 am

    Executive Panel Discussion: IoT and the Factory of the Future
    Andreas Barth, Managing Director EuroCentral, Dassault Systemes
    Bernard Duprieu, Head of Manufacturing Technologies R&D, AIRBUS
    C.P. Gurnani, CEO and Managing Director, Tech Mahindra
    Dr.-Ing. Rainer Kallenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations
    James Smith, Managing Director Embedded Systems, National Instruments
    11:40 am – 12:10 pm

    Break and Exhibition
     
     
    Business Track – ConnectedCities   Technology Track – Building IoT Solutions
    Connected Cities – Past, Present and Future
    Dr. Mirko Presser, Head Of Research And Innovation, Smart City, Alexandra Institute

    Nice Côte d’Azur –Transportation, Security, Energy and Health in a Connected City
    Christian Tordo, Deputy Mayor Economic Development, City of Nice, France
    Didier Wisselmann, Deputy Director General Economy, Innovation, Employment Greater Nice, City of Nice, France


    Smart City Rheintal – Balancing Distributed Power Generation and Consumption
    Prof. Dr. Joerg Petrasch, illwerke vkw, Professor for Energy Efficiency, FH VORARLBERG, University of Applied Sciences
    12:10 pm

    1:15 pm
    IoT Project Execution with the Ignite | IoT Methodology
    Dr. Rishi Mohan Bhatnagar, Vice President Global Head Digital Enterprise Services, Tech Mahindra
    Dirk Slama, Conference Chair Bosch ConnectedWorld, Director Business Development, Bosch Software Innovations


    Behind the Scenes of the Track & Trace Tightening Tool Showcase
    Narayanan Ramanathan, Vice President & Head of Connected Engineering & Analytics, Tech Mahindra
    Christian Thiemich, Senior Solutions Architect, Bosch Software Innovations


    Lawn Care at Your Fingertips – Indego Connect
    Wolfgang Baierl, Director, Bosch Power Tools
    1:15 pm – 2:30 pm

    Networking Lunch and Exhibition
     
    Business Track – ConnectedManufacturing   Technology Track – Sensor Networks
    ConnectedManufacturing Solutions – Introduction
    Dr. Stefan Aßmann, Senior Vice President, Head of Innovation Cluster "Connected Industry”, Bosch
    Dr. Daniel Hug, Vice President ConnectedManufacturing, Bosch Software Innovations


    Integrating Industry 4.0 Solutions in an Existing Production Environment
    Dr. Mathias Klotz, Production Process Developer, Bosch Diesel Systems (Bosch Plant Bamberg)
    Tobias Conz, Senior Solutions Architect, Bosch Software Innovations


    Open Core Engineering – The Bridge to Industry 4.0
    Dr. Thomas Bürger, Vice President Engineering Automation Systems, Bosch Rexroth

    Zero Defects - Connected Manufacturing Solutions as a Key Enabler at Volkswagen
    Dirk Wuerzler, Head of Tightening Systems, Lead Plant Kassel, Volkswagen Monitoring of Tightening Tools

    Industry 4.0: (New) Requirements and Challenges Using the Example of Machine Tools
    Christian Görg, System Architect and Project Manager for Mobile Apps, TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen

    Global Manufacturing Network Empowered by Industry 4.0
    Rupert Hoellbacher, Senior Vice President Manufacturing Active Safety Business Unit, Robert Bosch GmbH | Plant Blaichach (BhP)
    2:30 pm

    4:50 pm
    Sense! Think! Connect! Act! – Challenges for IoT Devices
    Dr. Thorsten Mueller, CEO, Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions

    Positioning Technologies for the IoT
    Dr. Stephan Otto, Group Leader, Fraunhofer Institut

    Local Wireless Networks and Indoor Localization
    Dimitar Vasilev, CTO openBerlin IoT Innovation Center, Cisco

    How We Optimize Production with Connected Industry Cyber-Physical Systems – Applications of Sensors for Decision Making
    Jens Knut Fabrowsky, Executive Vice President, Bosch Automotive Electronics

    OSGi for Sensor Networks
    Dr. Stefan Ferber, Vice President Engineering, Bosch Software Innovations
    4:50 – 5:20 pm

    Break and Exhibition
     
     
    5:20 – 5:45 pm

    Keynote: Silicon Valley – What to Expect from the Most Powerful Region in the World

    Christoph Keese, Executive Vice President, Axel Springer
     
    5:45 – 6:00 pm

    Closing Remarks

    Dr.-Ing. Rainer Kallenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations
     
     
    7:00 pm

    Networking Dinner
    The dinner venue is located within walking distance from the conference venue.
     


     

    Day 2: February 18th

    8:00 – 9:00 am
    Welcome Coffee and Registration
    9:00 – 9:10 am

    Welcome

    Dr.-Ing. Rainer Kallenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations
    9:10 – 9:35 am

    Keynote: Data Eats the World
    Dr. Stefan Bungart, Leader of GE Software Europe at GE Global Research, General Electric (GE)
    9:35 – 10:00 am

    Keynote: Mobility & Connectivity
    Prof. Herbert Kohler, Vice President Group Research, Daimler AG
    10:00 – 10:40 am

    Executive Panel Discussion: IoT and Connected Service Design
    Nitesh Bansal, Vice President and Head of Europe – Manufacturing, Infosys
    James E. Heppelmann, President and CEO, PTC
    Bernd Leukert, Member of the Executive Board, SAP
    Jim Morrish, Chief Research Officer, Machina Research
    Dr. Wolfgang Ziebart, Director Group Engineering, Jaguar Land Rover
    10:40 – 11:10 am

    Break and Exhibition
     
     
    Business Track – ConnectedHomes and Buildings   Technology Track – IoT Infrastructure
    Technology Trends in IP Video Security
    Dieter Joecker, CTO, Bosch Security Systems Video

    Spectrum of Relevance: Emergence of Contextual Spaces
    Dr. Hossein Rahnama, CEO and Founder, Flybits

    British Gas: A Case Study on How Large Organizations Should (And Should Not) Innovate in the Connected Homes Space
    James Belcher, Head of Product, Connected Homes, British Gas
    11:10 am

    12:25 pm
    Open IoT
    Mike Milinkovich, Executive Director, Eclipse Foundation

    Global Wireless Networks for the IoT
    Mike Prince, Principal Product Manager, M2M Platforms, Vodafone

    IT Security and the Internet of Things
    Dr. Thomas Wollinger, Managing Director, ESCRYPT (Bosch Group)

    12:25 – 01:40 pm

    Networking Lunch and Exhibition
     
    Business Track – ConnectedMobility   Technology Track – Big Data
    Bosch ConnectedMobility Solutions – Introduction
    Daniela Hartmann-Ege, Vice President ConnectedMobility, Bosch Software Innovations

    Bosch Car Multimedia: Enabling the Future of Connected Automotive Infotainment and Driver Assistance
    Torsten Mlasko, Managing Director, Bosch SoftTec

    ConnectedServices – Customer Journeys in the Automotive Aftermarket
    Dr. Hans-Peter Meyen, Executive Vice President Diagnostics and Engineering, Bosch Automotive Aftermarket

    Bosch 360° Parking Provider: Connected Parking Solutions
    Dr. Rolf Nicodemus, Project Vice President (CEO) Connected Parking, Robert Bosch GmbH

    Bosch Secure Truck Parking
    Robert Mulatz, Senior Vice President, Bosch Service Solutions

    Connectivity Solutions for Uptime and Fleets
    Dr. Michael Hackner, Senior Project Manager Web Based Diagnostic Analysis, Bosch Diesel Systems
    1:40 pm

    4:00 pm
    Big Data and Rare Events: The Boson in the Haystack
    Dr. Niko Neufeld, Deputy Project Leader, CERN


    The Analytics Frontier of Real-Time Stream Processing
    Dr. Theodore Willke, Senior Principal Engineer and General Manager, Graph Analytics Operation, Intel Corporation

    Streaming Event Analytics for IoT Solutions
    Robin J. Smith, Strategy Director Event Processing Technologies, Oracle

    Efficient Time Series Management with MongoDB
    Arthur Viegers, Manager Central Europe, Solutions Architecture, MongoDB

    Advanced Data Analytics for Predictive Maintenance in Industrial Applications
    Dr. Tapio Torikka, Product Management Services, Condition Monitoring, Bosch Rexroth

    Big Data Analytics with KNIME and the Bosch IoT Suite
    Prof. Dr. Michael Berthold, CEO, Knime
    Deepak Sharma, IT Architect, Robert Bosch Engineering India
    4:00 – 4:30 pm

    Break and Exhibition
     
     
    4:30 – 4:55 pm

    Keynote: Car Connectivity – the Race Is On, Who Will Be the Winner?
    Dr. Wolfgang Ziebart, Director Group Engineering, Jaguar Land Rover
     
    4:55 – 05:15 pm

    Closing Remarks

    Dr. Rainer Kallenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations
    5:15 pm

    End of Conference
     
     
     
  • Speakers
    Denner
    Keynote

    Dr. Volkmar Denner, Chairman, Board of Management Robert Bosch GmbH, From Hype to Business Success in a Connected World

    Ulrich Grillo
    Keynote

    Ulrich Grillo, President, Federation of German Industries BDI - Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie, What Economic Policy Can Do to Make Connectivity a Winning Game

    Soley
    Keynote

    Dr. Richard Mark Soley, Executive Director, Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), The Industrial Revolution Meets the Internet Revolution

    Keese
    Keynote

    Christoph Keese, Executive Vice President, Axel Springer, Silicon Valley – What to Expect from the Most Powerful Region in the World

     
    Bungart
    Keynote

    Dr. Stefan Bungart, Leader of GE Software Europe at GE Global Research, General Electric (GE), Data Eats the World

    Kohler
    Keynote

    Prof. Herbert Kohler, Vice President Group Research, Daimler AG, Mobility & Connectivity

    Wolfgang Ziebart
    Keynote

    Dr. Wolfgang Ziebart, Director Group Engineering, Jaguar Land Rover, Car Connectivity – the Race Is On, Who Will Be the Winner?

    Assmann
    Business

    Dr. Stefan Aßmann, Senior Vice President, Head of Innovation Cluster "Connected Industry", Bosch, ConnectedManufacturing Solutions – Introduction

     
    Rishi Mohan Bhatnagar
    Technology

    Dr. Rishi Mohan Bhatnagar, Vice President Global Head Digital Enterprise Services, Tech Mahindra, IoT Project Execution with the Ignite | IoT Methodology

    Wolfgang Baierl
    Technology

    Wolfgang Baierl, Director, Bosch Power Tools, Lawn Care at Your Fingertips – Indego Connect

    Nitesh Bansal
    Panel

    Nitesh Bansal, Vice President and Head of Europe – Manufacturing, Infosys, Executive Panel Discussion: IoT and Connected Service Design

    Andreas Barth
    Panel

    Andreas Barth, Managing Director EuroCentral, Dassault Systemes, Executive Panel Discussion: IoT and the Factory of the Future

     
    James Belcher
    Business

    James Belcher, Head of Product, Connected Homes, British Gas, British Gas: A Case Study on How Large Organizations Should (And Should Not) Innovate in the Connected Homes Space

    Berthold
    Technology

    Prof. Dr. Michael Berthold, CEO, Knime, Big Data Analytics with KNIME and the Bosch IoT Suite

    Bürger
    Business

    Dr. Thomas Bürger, Vice President Engineering Automation Systems, Bosch Rexroth, Open Core Engineering – The Bridge to Industry 4.0

    Bernard Duprieu
    Panel

    Bernard Duprieu, Head of Manufacturing Technologies R&D, AIRBUS, Executive Panel Discussion: IoT and the Factory of the Future

     
    Jens Knut Fabrowsky
    Technology

    Jens Knut Fabrowsky, Executive Vice President, Bosch Automotive Electronics, How We Optimize Production with Connected Industry Cyber-Physical Systems – Applications of Sensors for Decision Making

    Stefan Ferber
    Technology

    Dr. Stefan Ferber, Vice President Engineering, Bosch Software Innovations, OSGi for Sensor Networks

    Christian Görg
    Business

    Christian Görg, System Architect and Project Manager for Mobile Apps, TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen, Industrie 4.0: (New) Requirements and Challenges Using the Example of Machine Tools

    C.P. Gurnani
    Panel

    C.P. Gurnani, CEO and Managing Director, TechMahindra, Executive Panel Discussion: IoT and the Factory of the Future

     
    Hackner
    Business

    Dr. Michael Hackner, Senior Project Manager Web Based Diagnostic Analysis, Bosch Diesel Systems, Connectivity Solutions for Uptime and Fleets

    Daniela Hartmann-Ege
    Business

    Daniela Hartmann-Ege, Vice President ConnectedMobility, Bosch Software Innovations, Bosch ConnectedMobility Solutions – Introduction

    James E. Heppelmann
    Panel

    James E. Heppelmann, President and CEO, PTC, Executive Panel Discussion: IoT and Connected Service Design

    Rupert Hoellbacher
    Business

    Rupert Hoellbacher, Senior Vice President Manufacturing Active Safety Business Unit, Robert Bosch GmbH | Plant Blaichach (BhP), Global Manufacturing Network Empowered by Industry 4.0

     
    Daniel Hug
    Business

    Dr. Daniel Hug, Vice President ConnectedManufacturing, Bosch Software Innovations, ConnectedManufacturing Solutions – Introduction

    Dieter Jöcker
    Business

    Dieter Joecker, CTO, Bosch Security Systems, Technology Trends in IP Video Security

    Rainer Kallenbach
    Panel

    Dr.-Ing. Rainer Kallenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations, IoT and the Factory of the Future

    Klotz
    Business

    Dr. Mathias Klotz, Production Process Developer, Bosch Diesel Systems (Bosch Plant Bamberg), Integration of Industry 4.0 Solutions in an Existing Production Environment

     
    Bernd Leukert
    Panel

    Bernd Leukert, Member Of The Executive Board, SAP, Executive Panel Discussion: IoT and Connected Service Design

    Meyen
    Business

    Dr. Hans-Peter Meyen, Executive Vice President Diagnostics and Engineering, Bosch Automotive Aftermarket, ConnectedServices – Customer Journeys in the Automotive Aftermarket

    Mike Milinkovich
    Technology

    Mike Milinkovich, Executive Director, Eclipse Foundation, Open IoT

    Torsten MIasko
    Business

    Torsten Mlasko, Managing Director, Bosch SoftTec, Bosch Car Multimedia: Enabling the Future of Connected Automotive Infotainment and Driver Assistance

     
    Jim Morrish
    Panel

    Jim Morrish, Chief Research Officer, Machina Research, Executive Panel Discussion: IoT and Connected Service Design

    Mueller
    Technology

    Dr. Thorsten Mueller, CEO, Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions, Sense! Think! Connect! Act! – Challenges for IoT Devices

    Mulatz
    Business

    Robert Mulatz, Senior Vice President, Bosch Service Solutions, Bosch Secure Truck Parking

    Niko Neufeld
    Technology

    Dr. Niko Neufeld, Deputy Project Leader, CERN, Big Data and Rare Events: The Boson in the Haystack

     
    Nicodemus
    Business

    Dr. Rolf Nicodemus, Project Vice President (CEO) Connected Parking, Robert Bosch GmbH, Bosch 360° Parking Provider: Connected Parking Solutions

    Otto
    Technology

    Dr. Stephan Otto, Group Leader, Fraunhofer Institut, Localization Technologies for the IoT

    Petrasch
    Business

    Prof. Dr. Joerg Petrasch, illwerke vkw, Professor for Energy Efficiency, FH VORARLBERG, University of Applied Sciences, Smart City Rheintal – Balancing Distributed Power Generation and Consumption

    Presser
    Business

    Dr. Mirko Presser, Head Of Research And Innovation, Smart City, Alexandra Institute, Connected Cities – Past, Present and Future

     
    Mike Prince
    Technology

    Mike Prince, Principal Product Manager, M2M Platforms, Vodafone, Global Wireless Networks for the IoT

    Hossein Rahnama
    Business

    Dr. Hossein Rahnama, CEO and Founder, Flybits, Context Aware Computing & Connected Environments

    Narayanan Ramanathan
    Technology

    Narayanan Ramanathan, Vice President & Head of Connected Engineering & Analytics, Tech Mahindra, Behind the Scenes of the Track & Trace Tightening Tool Showcase

    Deepak Sharma
    Technology

    Deepak Sharma, IT Architect, Robert Bosch Engineering India, Big Data Analytics with KNIME and the Bosch IoT Suite

     
    Dirk Slama
    Technology

    Dirk Slama, Conference Chair Bosch ConnectedWorld, Director Business Development, Bosch Software Innovations, IoT Project Execution with the Ignite | IoT Methodology

    James Smith
    Panel

    James Smith, Managing Director Embedded Systems, National Instruments, Executive Panel Discussion: IoT and the Factory of the Future

    Robin Smith
    Technology

    Robin J. Smith, Strategy Director Event Processing Technologies, Oracle, Streaming Event Analytics for IoT Solutions

    Christian Thiemich
    Technology

    Christian Thiemich, Senior Solutions Architect, Bosch Software Innovations, Behind the Scenes of the Track & Trace Tightening Tool Showcase

     
    Christian Tordo
    Business

    Christian Tordo, Deputy Mayor Economic Development, City of Nice, France, Nice Côte d’Azur –Transportation, Security, Energy and Health in a Connected City

    Torikka
    Technology

    Dr. Tapio Torikka, Product Management Services, Condition Monitoring, Bosch Rexroth, Advanced Data Analytics for Predictive Maintenance in Industrial Applications

    Dimitar Vasilev
    Technology

    Dimitar Vasilev, CTO openBerlin IoT Innovation Center, Cisco, Local Wireless Networks and Indoor Localization

    Arthur Viegers
    Technology

    Arthur Viegers, Manager Central Europe, Solutions Architecture, MongoDB, Efficient Time Series Management with MongoDB

     
    Theodor Willke
    Technology

    Dr. Theodore Willke, Senior Principal Engineer and General Manager, Graph Analytics Operation, Intel Corporation, The Analytics Frontier of Real-Time Stream Processing

    Didier Wisselmann
    Business

    Didier Wisselmann, Deputy Director General Economy, Innovation, Employment Greater Nice, City of Nice, France, Nice Côte d’Azur –Transportation, Security, Energy and Health in a Connected City

    Wollinger
    Technology

    Dr. Thomas Wollinger, Managing Director, ESCRYPT (Bosch Group), IT Security and the Internet of Things

    Dirk Wuerzler
    Business

    Dirk Wuerzler, Head of Tightening Systems, Lead Plant Kassel, Volkswagen Monitoring of Tightening Tools, Zero Defects - Connected Manufacturing Solutions as a Key Enabler at Volkswagen

     
     
  • Locations & Accommodation

    Conference Venue


    bcc Berlin Congress Center
    Alexanderstr. 11
    10178 Berlin (Germany)

    www.bcc-berlin.com

    The domed “Kongresshalle,” now known as bcc, was designed by the architect Hermann Henselmann, who also designed the Television Tower at Berlin’s Alexanderplatz, and built in the early sixties. The bcc attracts the eye with its transparent, clear design and many interesting architectural details. Its glistening aluminum dome can be seen from far away; visitors to the building’s foyer are provided with an unobstructed view of the Berlin cityscape.

    Parking Facilities
    Parking at bcc is not provided. However, there are several parking facilities close to the conference venue. For an overview, please download the list. Please note, that we do not cover parking tickets.

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    Conference Venue

    bcc Berlin Congress Center
    Alexanderstraße 11
    10178 Berlin


     
     


     

    Networking Dinner


    The Bosch ConnectedWorld Networking Dinner takes place on the evening of the first conference day at the Umspannwerk Berlin Alexanderplatz - an industrial building from the 1960s - which is within walking distance of the Berlin Conference Center.

    At this dinner, all Bosch ConnectedWorld attendees are invited to network and submerge themselves in conversation about the opportunities presented by a more connected world.Culinary delicacies allow you to enjoy the end of the first conference day in a comfortable lounge-atmosphere.

     
     


     

    Hotel Recommendations


    We have blocked a limited number of hotel rooms for you in three different hotels. These are in walking distance to the conference venue. If all blocked rooms are already booked or you prefer to stay in another hotel, you can find additional hotel recommendations in the list.

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  • Sponsors
    Gold Sponsors
     
     

    Cisco is the worldwide leader in IT that helps companies seize the opportunities of tomorrow by proving that amazing things can happen when you connect the previously unconnected.

     

    Intel is a world leader in computing innovation. Intel solutions for the Internet of Things enable more intelligent devices, support end-to-end analytics, and seamlessly connect legacy devices to the cloud. Intel is working with a large community of solution providers to develop IoT solutions for organizations and businesses, including industrial, retail, automotive, energy, and healthcare industries.

     

    As market leader in enterprise application software, SAP helps companies of all sizes and industries innovate through simplification. From back office to boardroom, warehouse to storefront, on premise to cloud, desktop to mobile device – SAP empowers people and organizations to work together more efficiently and use business insight more effectively to stay ahead of the competition.

     

    Vodafone Machine-to-Machine (M2M) connects previously isolated machines or devices to the internet, delivering new functionality and enhanced services without the need for human intervention. Supported by more than 250 dedicated employees, Vodafone’s global M2M platform makes it easy for global businesses to manage centrally M2M deployments across multiple territories, with greater control and at a lower cost than previously possible.

     
     

    Silver Sponsors
     
     

    Dassault Systemes

    Since its foundation in 1981, Dassault Systèmes, the 3DEXPERIENCE Company, has revolutionized the industry. As world leader in 3D design software, 3D Digital Mock Up and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), the group brings value to over 190,000 customers of all sizes, in all industries, in more than 140 countries. For more information, visit

     
    Greenpeak

    GreenPeak is the industry leading semiconductor company and the world recognized leader in the IEEE 802.15.4 and ZigBee market with a rich offering of semiconductor products and software for Smart Home data communications & the IoT. GreenPeak RF communication chips provide high performance, ultra-low power yet low cost wireless solutions that are integrated in applications for remote controls, home monitoring, family lifestyle, energy efficiency and smart lighting.

     
    Infosys

    Infosys is a global leader in consulting, technology, outsourcing and next-generation services. We enable clients, in more than 50 countries, to stay a step ahead of emerging business trends and outperform the competition. We help them transform and thrive in a changing world by co-creating breakthrough solutions that combine strategic insights and execution excellence.

     

    KNIME is the leading open platform for data-driven innovation helping organizations to stay ahead of change. Innovative organizations use our open-source, enterprise-grade analytics platform to discover the potential hidden in their data, mine for fresh insights, or predict new futures.

     
    MongoDB

    MongoDB is the next-generation database that lets you create applications never before possible.

    MongoDB offers software and services to make your life easier:

    • MongoDB Enterprise Advanced. The best way to run MongoDB in your data center.
    • MongoDB Management Service (MMS). The easiest way to run MongoDB in the cloud.
    • Production Support. In production and under control.
    • Development Support. Let’s get you running.
    • Consulting. We solve problems.
    • Training. Get your teams up to speed.
     
    Oracle

    Engineering for extreme performance and efficiency, while engineering out IT complexity and cost: that’s how Oracle enables its more than 400,000 customers in 145-plus countries to accelerate innovation and deliver the best experience to their own customers. From the data center to the cloud, Oracle not only eliminates the complexity that stifles business innovation, but also engineers in speed, reliability, security, and manageability.

     
    Pentaho Logo

    Pentaho is building the future of business analytics. Pentaho's open source heritage drives our continued innovation in a modern, integrated, embeddable platform built for accessing all data sources. With support for all of the leading Hadoop distributions, NoSQL databases and high performance analytic databases, Pentaho provides the broadest support for big data analytics, as well as integration and orchestration of big data and traditional sources.

     
    PTC

    PTC enables manufacturers to achieve sustained product and service advantage. PTC's technology solutions help customers transform the way they create, operate and service products for a smart, connected, world. PTC employs approximately 6,000 professionals serving more than 28,000 businesses in rapidly-evolving, globally distributed manufacturing industries worldwide.

     
    Tech Mahindra

    Tech Mahindra represents the connected world, offering innovative and customer-centric information technology services and solutions, enabling Enterprises, Associates and the Society to Rise™. We are a USD 2.7 billion company with 84,000 professionals across 49 countries, helping 540 global customers including Fortune 500 companies. Our Consulting, Enterprise and Telecom solutions, platforms and reusable assets connect across a number of technologies to derive tangible business value.

     
     
  • Review 2014

    Bosch ConnectedWorld 2014 took place on February 4 and 5 in Berlin at the Intercontinental Hotel.

     

     
     

    Attendee quotes:

    “Great event, great meetings, looking forward to attending in 2015. Thank you for being the perfect hosts.”

    “Time well spent in Berlin.”

    “We were impressed by the activities of Bosch, a company that we perceive is a leader in this important [IoT] market.”

    “Thank you so much for inviting us and it was indeed a great event for us, and it was extremely well organized!”

    “Thanks to Bosch Software Innovations for this great event. Looking forward to 2015!”

     
     


If you have any questions about Bosch ConnectedWorld, please contact us

 
 
 
 

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