Listen to our exhibiting sponsors at the exhibition stage
See and explore the huge IoT exhibition, be inspired by numerous live showcases and touchable exhibits, and discover the Internet of Things. But not only this – you will also have the chance to gather insights from the exhibitors’ speeches at the Exhibition Stage . This special stage is integrated right into the exhibition.
So don’t miss the real-world IoT implementations presented by well-respected industry leaders and global IoT players.
Virtual Test Environment to accelerate Electric Vehicle, Driving Automation and Mobility Services Innovations
How an Innovation Platform could support Mobility Innovators, from social ideation to virtual development and validation of electric, automated and shared vehicle technologies.
11:20 – 11:40
The future of mobility is automated, connected, and electrified. We envision assistance solutions in the areas of user devices, content integration, and more. Bosch SoftTec creates Infotainment and Assistance Solutions in this field. Come and listen to what I have to say.
11:40 – 12:00
Bosch Mobility Media
We connect mobility with the digital world
“The auto industry is poised for more change in the next five to ten years than it’s seen in the last 50.” Mary Barra, CEO, General Motors. Connected Cars become more and more reality and big data solutions will be inescapable. That’s why Mobility Media connects mobility with the digital world.
12:00 – 12:20
Bosch Connected Parking
Parkitects – Let’s make your city smarter and shape the future of urban parking
Parkitects is a mixed-reality game for smart cities developed for Community-based Parking. It leverages a gamified crowdsourcing approach to generate a database of parking restrictions in urban areas and to help people find the perfect spot.
12:20 – 12:40
Industrial Internet of Things – On the verge of exponential growth
Showing the retrospective and perspective of the Industrial Internet of Things with different specific use cases. How low-power and low-energy communications technologies, data modelling expertise, and security solutions will enable exponential growth.
12:40 – 13:00
Bosch Manufacturing Strategies and Investment
Enabling concept for Industry 4.0 implementation
Michael Kubin will present the C/MP i4.0 Enabling concept. This focuses on the Bosch production system as a basis for successful implementation of I4.0 Solutions.
13:00 – 13:20
Bosch Software Innovations
Connected manufacturing live in action – Transparent, multi-variant, and flexible production with the Industry 4.0 production line
A fully connected production line clearly illustrates how coordinated Industry 4.0 solutions work with each other in the real world. All relevant machine, sensor, and production data is captured in near-real time and subsequently processed.
13:20 – 13:40
End-to-end processes in service and maintenance: Connecting machines and business in one seamless network
Collect, track, and trace equipment information in a central repository – with SAP Asset Intelligence Network. This cloud-based hub facilitates collaborative asset management and lets companies take full advantage of the Internet of Things (IoT).
13:40 – 14:00
MHP – A Porsche Company
City of today. And how to become a smart one?
Digitalization changes numerous lines of industry in a way we never would have expected. But what does this mean for our cities – the nucleus where industry, politics, science, and people interact? The transition from a modern to a smart city is not easy, but there is no alternative to it.
14:00 – 14:20
Driving for zero PPM in automotive semiconductors and electronics
In this session, we will discuss how big data product analytics can significantly lower PPM rates for both semiconductors and electronic systems, thereby raising the overall quality and reliability of these mission-critical automotive systems.
14:20 – 14:40
Dr. Andela Zaric
GPS L1, L2 and L5 antenna applications and Centimeter Level tracking
To highlight the importance of considering antenna implementation within the IoT.
14:40 – 15:00
Splunk – Accelerate your IoT analytics with Splunk
Splunk is the industry leading platform for machine data and helps businesses to deliver value in the IoT. Learn in this track about customer use cases that leverage Splunk for central data management and advanced analytics in IoT projects.
15:00 – 15:20
Dr. Stefan Finkbeiner
Role of smart sensors in the IoT
Low cost, small size, low power consumption, and overall system performance in consumer electronics call for combined MEMS multi-axis sensors with integrated intelligence. We see emerging opportunities for our smart sensors in new IoT applications.
15:20 – 15:40
Embedded Linux Powering the Internet of Things
Embedded Linux is the best matching operation system for IoT applications. The build in capabilities in combination with mature specialized open source frameworks enable efficient development lifecycles with manageable constraints.
15:40 – 16:00
Stephan de Haas
Digitalization Requires Co-Innovation
We will discuss three main digitalization areas. Firstly, Digital Assistance powered customer experience. Secondly, we will focus how IoT enables innovative products for the insurance industry. Thirdly, we conclude with Co-Innovation.
16:00 – 16:20
Mixed Reality – The challenge of creating a new type of customer experience
Virtual, augmented, and mixed reality are changing the ways in which customers experience and interact with products. At the same time, new approaches and tools are required to respond to the challenge of creating these experiences.
16:20 – 16:40
Dr. Bojan Ferhadbegovic
Bosch start-up – Deepfield Robotic
Deepfield Connect – Next-generation connectivity for agriculture
A presentation of the new Deepfield Robotics product line for agriculture, “Deepfield Connect,” showing its potential to disrupt the market for agricultural connectivity solutions and explaining its design principles.
16:40 – 17:00
Future cars will be software defined
The Internet of Things and connected cars are the next big thing. This session focus on the new concept of virtualized control units within connected cars, and the importance of this concept for the value chain of connected car environments.