The Bosch IoT Lab at the University of St. Gallen
Bosch Software Innovations have been working with the Institute for Technology Management (ITEM) at the University of St. Gallen since 2012, where we are developing business models for the Internet of Things with our diverse team of experts.
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Brandnew from the Bosch IoT Lab
- Even though digitalisation has radically changed the way we do business, the physical and the digital world are still separated from each other. This is, however, about to change with the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things stands for the vision that the physical world of atoms and the digital world of bits merge together.
- The Quantified Art project at the CES in Las Vegas! 16th meets 21st century: Mona Lisa and a sensor combining pressure, humidity, temperature & indoor air quality.
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How it all began...
The reasons why
First project ideas - iterative in character :-)
The lab's first birthday
Project: Business model innovation in the Internet of Things
- Markus Weinberger is the Director of the Bosch IoT Lab at the University of St. Gallen: He is regularly blogging about business model innovation in the Internet of Things.
- The hero in the latest edition of the University of St. Gallen's video series "Little Green Bags": The Internet of Things. It is worthwhile watching!
Project: IoT platform research
- Felix Wortmann is the Academic Director of the lab - he is the IoT platform expert
- Felix Wortmann is a guest author for the Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog - one of his latest articles on IoT platforms brought up some very interesting feedbacks. Get the full discussion on data privacy, security, knowledge and even a content management system for the Internet of Things directly in his article:
- IoT platforms 101 | Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog Good read. Of course that can only mean that you need OSGi for IoT :-) http://blog.bosch-si.com/categories/technology/2014/12/iot-platforms-101/ …
- The research associates Stefanie Turber and Marcus Köhler are covering this security light project and have in the meantime won several start-up and innovation awards.
- The AXA Innovation Award goes to: comfy!
- And the winner of the BearingPoint Be.Project 2014 startup competition is - comfy!
- Markus Weinberger is covering the project in one of his blog posts:
Project: Room Climate Monitoring System
- Research associate Paul Rigger is working with "Quantified Art"
- Paul and Mona Lisa at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January 2015!
- Paul in his office at the Bosch IoT Lab working with some prototypes:
- His prototypes were field tested at an Austrial grammar school: Check these videos out :-)
- Research associates Dominic Wörner and Thomas von Bomhard care about good room climate!
Project: eBike leasing
- Research associate Kristina Flüchter is analysing the impact of the Internet of Things on mobility business models:
Project: Connected Car