Collaboration Yields Fruitful IoT And Industry 4.0 Solutions

Today, Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions and Bosch Mondeville team up to deliver customized Industry 4.0 development and manufacturing solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT). Smart IoT products can be developed at Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions, and then handed over to be industrialized and manufactured at Bosch Mondeville. This provides the flexibility of either working individually with just one of the two Bosch divisions or integrating both into the user’s product's development and production process.

 

Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions offers customized IoT sensor devices and development kits in addition to its existing product range. The portfolio includes joint development and manufacturing based on customer applications and use cases, engineering, consulting services, and the development and manufacturing of white-label products.

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For higher-volume manufacturing, Bosch Mondeville's EMS (Electronics Manufacturing Services) capability meets today’s production requirements in terms of volume, quality and customization. It provides a wide range of support services to customers during the development, industrialization and manufacturing phases of their electronic products. For deeper insights, visit Bosch Connected Devices and Bosch Customized Projects.

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