Bosch teams up with Microsoft to develop a software platform to seamlessly connect cars to the cloud.
The software-defined vehicle enables connectivity, automation, personalisation and continuous optimisation thanks to over-the-air updates.
Bosch is developing new electrical/electronic (E/E) architectures that ensure the complexity of future vehicle systems stays manageable.
With innovative technologies and smart driver assistance systems, Bosch is gradually bringing automated driving to the roads.
Control solutions for mobile machinery
The ECA electronic compact actuator is a new BLDC motor platform with scalable and modular design.
Bosch’s vision is zero-accident mobility. One of the most important drivers for this is the automation.
The fuel-cell control unit (FCCU) is the central control unit for operation of the fuel-cell system.
Automated vehicles need to perceive and interpret their surroundings, use this information to derive a suitable driving strategy and then implement it reliably.
Bosch at the IAA Mobility: Safe, emissions-free, and exciting mobility – now and in the future