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Local offerings from Bosch India drives the transition to the IoT era

Bosch India is driving the transition to the internet of things (IoT) era by drawing on its innovations and over a century’s legacy. With technological supremacy being built on the foundation of connectivity, Bosch has been developing local solutions that specifically cater to the needs of the Indian customer. “The journey towards ‘connected’ began years

MANN+HUMMEL lnaugurates Global Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) Lab in Singapore

MANN+HUMMEL announced the launch of its global Internet of Things (IoT) lab at an opening ceremony today attended by industry & technology partners. The lab will be an integral part of MANN+HUMMEL’s research and development blueprint in developing and delivering smart technologies in the filtration marketplace. The MANN+HUMMEL Group is a leading global expert for

Bosch expands its development activities in India

The Bosch Group is strengthening its presence in the Indian growth market. “In 2016, we are planning to invest more than 100 million euros in our Indian manufacturing and development locations”, said Peter Tyroller, the member of the Bosch board of management responsible for the Asia Pacific region. The lion’s share of this investment is

Telit and Tech Mahindra Collaborate on Enabling End-To-End IoT Solutions

Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced its multi-faceted collaboration with Tech Mahindra on developing complete solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT).  The relationship is centered on combining and integrating Telit’s leading portfolio of IoT products and services with Tech Mahindra’s unmatched system integration expertise and strengths in developing

IBM Helps Automakers Build Internet of Things Connected Vehicles

IBM today announced a new IBM Cloud-based service to help automakers turn driver and vehicle data into actionable insights for predictive vehicle maintenance, real-time diagnostics on engine trouble, and to guide drivers to the most efficient traffic routes. By 2020, 90 percent of new cars will be equipped with extensive connectivity services.1 To make the

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