Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions (RBEI) has launched India’s first internet of things (IoT) garage in Bengaluru to offer enterprises a full-stack IoT implementation capability.
The IoT stack is a conceptual design framework that professionals can utilise to create successful IoT products. Every layer of the stack builds on the previous layer. In the end, each comes together to form a smart connected product.
The StuttgartBaden-Württemberg, Germany-based company said that the lab will work towards building technology demonstrators and validating them before they take shape into scalable solutions for smart connected products. Also, the lab will partner with enterprises that want to build connected products, it said in a statement.
“IoT is the building block of digital transformation journey taken up by most enterprises. Ability to stitch through solutions across sensors, software and services remains a fundamental capability to be successful in this ecosystem. The IoT Garage will enable us to accelerate this capability building journey and challenge the digital frontiers,” said Raghuram Joshi, senior general manager, RBEI.
The company claims it has an in-depth understanding of key IoT capabilities, the competency and prior experience to implement such solutions and existing partnerships with various ecosystem players.
Bosch is also working with IT industry body NASSCOM and reaching out to universities to evangelize the connected life, the statement added.
The company competes with Siemens, Denso, Valeo and Honeywell, among others in this segment.
Founded in 1886, RBEI is a 100% owned subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH, one of the world’s leading global supplier of technology and services.