The Bosch IoT Lab investigates business models in the Internet of Things (IoT) and explores disruptive IoT products and services. In the realm of our business model research activities, we derive actionable insights to manage the digital transformation of large manufacturing companies. In the domain of technology and business incubation, we investigate the potential of the IoT, machine learning and blockchain to develop and validate disruptive solutions in the domains of mobility, health and energy. Ultimately, our mission is to support Bosch scale its IoT business, advance scientific knowledge, and create a meaningful impact for the better. The lab is a research initiative of:




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