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Our analytics services make analyzing field data much simpler. In contrast to the usual, more project-oriented approach, our cloud services offer a cost-efficient way to address recurring analytics functions. For instance, our anomaly detection service helps investigate problems that occur in connected devices, while our usage profiling service can determine typical usage patterns within a group of devices.
Rapidly and efficiently build user interfaces and applications for IoT use cases that require cost efficiency and a fast time to market; handle large numbers of heterogeneous, constantly evolving assets and devices in the IoT; support IoT solution vendors to create solutions that can be easily customized for different use cases: these are just three challenges that we and our partner PTC® have regularly encountered in numerous IoT projects. Now we’ve teamed up to address these topics with our joint technological approach.
You can learn more in our new whitepaper about where exactly the challenges lie during the development of IoT solutions and how you can successfully address them based on specific practical examples.
What will be the top trending topics in upcoming years? This is a question frequently put to consultants and analysts. They usually respond from a highly technocentric perspective, citing specifically which new technologies can be expected and what these will do. Yet the change dynamics that these new technologies set in motion on the markets are no less intriguing. Each new technology that establishes itself in the marketplace can set off disruptive market changes through the sheer speed of its adaptability. In his blog post, Arnold Vogt (Experton Group) concentrates on market changes specifically initiated by Industry 4.0 / IoT technologies from a German perspective.
From IoT security to big data, cloud technology, and sensor networks – Bosch ConnectedWorld Chicago will feature current key topics and real-world IoT implementations that help you explore and evaluate IoT programs and technologies to maximize the performance of your connected initiatives. Want to learn more? Attend Bosch’s annual IoT conference to meet Bosch executives, customers, and top IoT innovators and learn about industry-specific business and technology challenges, trends, and solutions.
The Production Performance Manager is a production information and evaluation system. In near real time, it collects production and machine data, combines it to produce a visual representation, and communicates defined events to the production worker, who may be involved directly or indirectly. As a result, reaction times are shorter, tasks clearly assigned, and information constantly available. This new availability of data and direct feedback provides optimum support for your continuous improvement process.
Driving forward a successful pilot project at the Life Cycle Tower Building in Dornbirn, Austria, is a collaborative effort between Zumtobel Group, Bosch Software Innovations, Dassault Systèmes, a world leader in 3D design software, and Modcam, a digital image recognition start-up. The modern Life Cycle Tower ONE, owned by Rhomberg Group is equipped with a state-of-the-art Zumtobel lighting solution including a smart Zumtobel controls system. It is the ideal innovation foundation for a connected building as it aims at the highest standards of sustainability and user comfort. You can find out more information about this project in our Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog.