Bosch showcases smart solutions at Bosch ConnectedWorld 2020
Bosch showcased smart cars, IoT and AI
The seventh edition of Bosch ConnectedWorld, saw Bosch showcasing what IoT is already making possible and what solutions will be making everyday life easier in the future, inclusive of AI robots in manufacturing, powerful computers for connected, automated mobility and smart homes.
At Bosch ConnectedWorld 2020, Bosch started a new subsidiary Bosch.IO, created by combining the former Bosch Software Innovations GmbH with other specialized IoT and digital teams at Bosch. Bosch.IO will see software and hardware developers work with cloud specialists and user experience designers on IoT projects with its Bosch.IO suite.
“Bosch.IO projects epitomize the efficient development of scalable and secure IoT solutions using the cloud and the open-source-based Bosch IoT Suite,” says Dr. Stefan Ferber, a member of the Bosch.IO executive management. The Bosch IoT Suite services customers opt for are then integrated into the cloud environments the customers prefer for their projects.
The company is already producing these kinds of computers for automated driving, the powertrain, and the integration of infotainment systems and driver assistance functions.
Bosch also issued guidelines for the use of AI in its intelligent products. The company’s AI code of ethics is based on the ideology that users must retain control over all AI-based decisions. They commited by 2025, to make every Bosch product that will either contain AI or have been developed or manufactured with the help of AI.
Over the next two years, Bosch plans to train 20,000 of its associates in the use of AI. Bosch’s AI code of ethics governing the responsible use of this technology will be part of this training program.