- Smart Home Controller (window contacts, lights, heating devices)
- Demo motorbikes and/ or cars
- Demo hardware
- Bosch Cross Domain Development Kit XDK
- A Porsche GT 3 show car with sensor set and actuators
- A Carrera race track with sensor set and actuators
- Mapbox navigation SDKs and APIs
- Bosch mySPIN SDK for 4-wheelers and 2-wheelers
- Bosch Connected Services Applications
- Bosch IoT Cloud
- Bosch IoT Suite
- Visual Rules
Mapbox’s navigation SDKs and APIs enable you to build fully customized navigation solutions for apps and embedded devices. Provide accurate directions and durations informed by live traffic, use a drop-in UI to get turn-by-turn navigation natively in your iOS or Android app, and layer in our Maps and Search capabilities for your custom navigation product.
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The Bosch mySPIN smartphone integration solution makes apps compatible for in-car use, allowing drivers to operate them by touch and in a user-friendly way directly on the vehicle’s central display. On powersports equipment and two-wheelers, the system is operated by means of a remote-control unit mounted on the steering wheel or handlebar. The apps are presented to the user in “car mode”, ensuring they are always safe and convenient to use.
Bosch Connected Horizon’s map-matching API provides cloud-based matching of collected geo-coordinates with a digital map, enabling the precise positioning of objects or information on the map.
The Bosch Driving App includes a safe assistance solution that provides users with access to relevant content on their smartphone while driving. With voice control and an intuitive user interface, the app makes driving much more enjoyable.
Bosch’s Emergency Assistant offers solutions for improved health and safety. Its dedicated emergency solution, for instance, sends help almost instantly. Using a secure medical ID, the BEA provides customers with professional internet-enabled assistance.
With the free Bosch Vivatar companion app, customers can be navigated home safely while being accompanied virtually by their loved ones. Customers can tell the app where they want to go, and authorized family members or friends can see their exact current position.
Bosch’s Calponia is an online platform for engineering solutions. In combination with connectivity services, for example, Calponia offers a comprehensive solution for cloud-based automotive development.
With the Bosch Charging App you can connect to our REST API to integrate 17,400 publicly available and web-enabled charge points in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, and France.
With the distributed ledger-technology of the IOTA-Foundation and connected services technologies, you can accept the challenge to solve typical problems arising in vehicle-to-X scenarios – where X may stand for vehicles, infrastructure, or anything in the IoT
The Bosch Connected Services API gives you access to vehicle data like trip details, GPS tracks, fuel consumption, and accident information from real cars. You can use our API to create awesome apps and services to shape the future of mobility.
By developing Automated Valet Parking, Bosch has introduced an autonomous driverless system that guides vehicles to a free space in parking garages using the intelligent infrastructure. The car parks itself, saving the driver a lot of stress. Thanks to a combination of various technologies, the AVP solution is easy and straightforward to use.
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