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Bosch thinks like Vodafone: communication matters

Case studies 28 August 2013

Two strong partners are what it takes to provide new business models and services for the Internet of Things.

Business need:

International technology group Bosch has joined forces with Vodafone to develop a range of innovative solutions based, in particular, on Machine-to- Machine Communications (M2M) and process optimisation.

Solution

To achieve a fully integrated, infrastructure and vehicle electromobility network, Bosch began working with Vodafone Global M2M as a strategic partner from an early stage. Vodafone’s excellent mobile network coverage and international presence offered precisely what Bosch was looking for in terms of achieving a networked e-mobility solution that could be rolled out globally.

Business benefits:

  • Sophisticated and technically mature M2M solution
  • Highly secure solution essential for data communication
  • Comprehensive range of services
  • High data network availability globally

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