Robert Bosch Corp.
38000 Hills Tech Dr.
Farmington Hills , MI 48331 US
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Bosch Aims to Reinvent the Sun Visor
A bona-fide story of necessity being the mother of invention.
New Defender: The SUV with Two Brains
Said to be the first vehicle with two embedded modems
Bosch Announces Production-Ready Lidar
It has long been rumored and now it is officially announced.
Bosch's passive 3D technology; NDIR gas sensors
Bosch's passive 3D technology; Optimus Ride uses Velodyne’s lidar sensors in its entire fleet of self-driving vehicles; NDIR gas sensors; 3D Systems/Toyota Motorsport developing new 3D printers, materials and software.
Tiptoeing into Industry 4.0
Developers are making it easier to get started.
Tech Watch: Nov. 2018
Solutions for Success
Bosch has developed the Climo mobile air lab that provides real-time measures of city air quality so countermeasures can be taken sooner rather than later.
The Evolution to Autonomy
According to Continental’s Karl Haupt, the move to automated driving is one that will come in increments, not sudden disruptions.
Bosch Advances Autonomy (Even for Lawns & Parking Garages)
Robotic lawn mowers and self-parking technologies—these are the sorts of things that are making autonomous technology possible and more appealing.
Bosch, SAP to Collaborate on Internet of Things
Robert Bosch GmbH and software developer SAP SE have agreed to work together on internet-connected systems for industrial equipment, tools, vehicles and other devices.
Does Paul Elio Have Disruptive Technology?
Paul Elio says he recently read The Innovator’s Dilemma by Clayton Christensen (Harvard Business Review Press; 1997) and he thought that it was, in effect, telling the story of Elio Motors (eliomotors.com), the company that Elio established in 2009 to create a transformative motor vehicle.
Volkswagen's e-Golf: Adding Electric Power to the Golf Lineup
You can buy gasoline engines. A diesel. And now a Golf that is a full electric vehicle. Here’s a look.
Your Really Smart Car
Vehicles are being engineered with a silicon infrastructure that does everything from control the powertrain to allowing remote connections—including the possibility of hacking.
Bosch Sees Increasing Hybridization
Bernd Bohr, then-chairman of the Bosch Automotive Group (bosch.com), made some interesting observations at a technical event in mid-June (he retired from his position at the end of June 2013) that indicate the auto industry is on a path toward increased electrification, whether this means hybrids or electric vehicles (Bosch is behind the electric drive system in the Fiat 500e). Bohr pointed out that globally, most cars run on gasoline or diesel and are likely to through the end of the decade.
Ford's Better Idea: Improving the IC Engine
As the Advanced Engine Design and Development Manager at Ford, Brett Hinds has been leading the team there that developed the "EcoBoost" engines.
What Is It?Active Steer is as close to steer-by-wire as you can get in production.
Suppliers Talk about E-Business: It's Becoming Business As Usual
The exaggerated claims have been quieted. E-business has now become, for some companies, another tool to help achieve better efficiencies. Here's what some companies are doing with this tool.