Top IoT posts of 2015
Again, a busy year lies behind us. We have put together some of the blog highlights of 2015 and picked what we thought might interest you most. The post with the most clicks in 2015, the one with the most comments, the category with most posts, hot or new topics, our CEO blogging and much more.
Ten IoT articles of 2015* that visitors of our blog enjoyed most reading
The Bosch CEO Volkmar Denner is discussing what agility means for the Bosch Group – from organizational changes to engineering practices such as Scrum.
Interested in the Internet of Things and Bitcoin? Read this blog post and learn how established corporations and well-known investors are entering the Bitcoin era.
Will tomorrow’s manufacturing industry even need people anymore? The answer is a clear Yes! It’s all about providing the right information to the right person at the right time.
An aircraft landing gear predictive maintenance use case is the first demonstration of the Asset Efficiency Testbed, the latest Internet of Things (IoT) innovation from the Industrial Internet Consortium.
Meet Josh Lee, who has successfully implemented smartwatches on a Bosch manufacturing line for better operator efficiency and productivity. Our most clicked post this year!
Bosch’s Board of Management member Werner Struth assesses the impact of data on Industry 4.0: turning data into new knowledge is key qualification for the future.
Do smart homes need the energy transition and vice versa? Yes – they do! This post is all about collaboration, security and standards in the smart home business.
IoT architects build on their experience as software architects, but expand their profile through continuous learning. The story of a new career profile.
This post introduces an entirely new topic to our blog: IoT solutions in agriculture. Find out how Bosch supervises the growth of 225,000 kg of asparagus with an in-house IoT platform.
Urban mobility platforms allow you to find information on various forms of mobility , book what suits you best and pay for it in a “one-stop shop” approach.
Which posts were your favorite ones, and what topics do you think will be hot in 2016?