The Bosch Internet of Things Lab is a cooperation between the University of St. Gallen, ETH Zurich and the Bosch Group. The Bosch IoT Lab investigates business models in the Internet of Things (IoT) and explores disruptive IoT products and services. In the realm of “Connected Business”, the focus is on managing the digital transformation of large manufacturing companies. In the area of “Technology Exploration”, the lab is investigating the business potential of blockchain technology and artificial intelligence. Finally, in the field of “Business Incubation”, the Lab develops and validates products and services in the domains of mobility, energy and health. Please get more insights into our business incubation activities in the following video.


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IoT Business Models

Our research provides theoretically and practically grounded assistance to companies that are today engaged primarily in non‐digital industries in the development and implementation of business models [...]

IoT Revenue Models

More and more companies recognize the Internet of Things (IoT) as a game changer within their industries. The IoT represents the vision that every object [...]


Diabetes mellitus and its associated complications represent an important challenge to society and the health care systems globally. It is estimated that currently 425 million adult patients [...]

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Föll, S., Maritsch, M., Spinola, F., Barata, F., Kowatsch, T., Mishra, V., Fleisch, E., Wortmann, F., FLIRT: A Feature Generation Toolkit for Wearable Data, Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, Available online 20 October 2021, 106461, 10.1016/j.cmpb.2021.106461. [PDF]

Schäfer, F., Projer, S., Wortmann, F., Navigating Companies through the Jungle of Emerging Digital Technology Strategies, The ISPIM Innovation Conference – Innovating Our Common Future. – Berlin, Germany on 20-23 June 2021. [PDF]

Koch, K., Mishra, V., Liu, S., Berger, T., Fleisch, E., Kotz, D.F., Wortmann, F., When Do Drivers Interact with In-Vehicle Well-being Interventions? An Exploratory Analysis of a Longitudinal Study on Public Roads, Proc. ACM Interact. Mob. Wearable Ubiquitous Technol. 5, 1, Article 19, 30 pages. [PDF]

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