Bosch

Bosch and Microsoft are working together to make adding new safety features and digital services to a car as simple as updating a phone.  Under a new partnership, the pair will create a new software platform connecting Microsoft’s Azure cloud with Bosch’s software modules to be used in over the

Bosch and BASF Digital Farming have signed a 50:50 joint venture agreement to globally market and sell agtech solutions from a single source including the founding of a new company in Germany next year Bosch will provide hardware, software and digital services while BASF Digital Farming, the agtech arm of

Monash university smart farm

Monash University and Bosch will establish an ag tech facility in Melbourne’s southeast to explore smart farming techniques such as automated harvesting, sensing networks and driverless vehicles. The facility and accompanying development centre will occupy one hectare at Bosch’s headquarters in Clayton. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter It

car, motorcycle

Unkindly, but perhaps not unfairly, referred to as organ donors on wheels, motorcyclists account for a disproportionate number of roadside fatalities. In Victoria motorcyclists and pillion riders represented 19 per cent of all lives lost on the roads in 2016. Bosch believes a new digital protective shield for motorcyclists could

Ros Harvey, CEO, The Yield

The Internet of Things (IoT) is still approaching the ‘peak of inflated expectations’ on the Gartner Hype Cycle and there are limited examples of how the technology has been operationalised and is delivering real business value. That’s the opinion of Ros Harvey, managing director and founder of agtech business The

For years it was a chimera, an aspiration at best. In this regard, the single view of the customer is less of a goal and more like a process – something akin to the pursuit of happiness. But Moore’s Law, innovation and simple customer expectations have compelled providers in the