Bosch To Showcase AI Technologies For Home, Car Systems At CES 2020

Posted: Dec 13 2019, 9:41pm CST | by , in CES

 

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Bosch to showcase AI technologies for home, car systems at CES 2020

Bosch is foraying into smart home devices.

Bosch said it will be showcasing its new technologies for the home and for vehicle systems integrating artificial intelligence, or AI, at the upcoming CES 2020 from January 7 to 10, 2020.

The German company, which specializes in automotive parts, is now branching into other markets in and out of the field of mobility.

The highlight of Bosch’s expo at the CES 2020 is its 3D display for cars, a technology that will introduce three-dimensional effects for images and warnings signals displayed inside a car’s cockpit. This way, drivers would have a more interactive feel when getting notified of road obstacles or other warning signs compared to using traditional screens.

Bosch will also introduce a new in-car technology called interior monitoring, which can instantly detect when a driver is drowsy or is distracted by a smartphone. The AI-integrated technology will alert the driver to critical situations. Additionally, the interior monitoring feature is also able to determine the number of passengers and where they are seated to ensure that airbags would deploy as needed in case of emergency.

Another vehicle technology that Bosch is about to introduce at the CES 2020 is the Bosch IoT Shuttle, which will use shuttles to offer customized on-demand mobility. This technology is ideal for road freight or transporting passengers. Bosch will offer a first-hand experience of its Bosch IoT Shuttle at the CES.

Apart from new AI technologies for vehicles, Bosch said it has also developed a range of smart home innovations to help users manage their smart home devices and appliances more efficiently. Bosch has teamed up with around 40 other consumer electronics makers to connect the company’s new Home Connect system to other brands of smart appliances.

Bosch’s Home Connect will soon be able to control other smart devices such as lighting, heating, security and entertainment devices manufactured by Bosch and other producers.

Bosch has also developed its own Application Store where users can test the compatibility of an app with its intended application.

The company also ramped up its safety offerings with the launch of Spexor, a compact mobile alarm device that can be placed inside users’ homes, cars, motorhomes or sheds. Spexor automatically reports cases of break-ins straight to the user’s smartphone with the help of its noise, motion, and air-pressure sensors, and GPS.

Bosch will showcase its new AI and Internet of Things-based innovations at booth #12401 from January 7 to 10, 2020 at the CES 2020 in Las Vegas.

Bosch said it will be showcasing its new technologies for the home and for vehicle systems integrating artificial intelligence, or AI, at the upcoming CES 2020 from January 7 to 10, 2020.

The German company, which specializes in automotive parts, is now branching into other markets in and out of the field of mobility.

The highlight of Bosch’s expo at the CES 2020 is its 3D display for cars, a technology that will introduce three-dimensional effects for images and warnings signals displayed inside a car’s cockpit. This way, drivers would have a more interactive feel when getting notified of road obstacles or other warning signs compared to using traditional screens.

Bosch will also introduce a new in-car technology called interior monitoring, which can instantly detect when a driver is drowsy or is distracted by a smartphone. The AI-integrated technology will alert the driver to critical situations. Additionally, the interior monitoring feature is also able to determine the number of passengers and where they are seated to ensure that airbags would deploy as needed in case of emergency.

Another vehicle technology that Bosch is about to introduce at the CES 2020 is the Bosch IoT Shuttle, which will use shuttles to offer customized on-demand mobility. This technology is ideal for road freight or transporting passengers. Bosch will offer a first-hand experience of its Bosch IoT Shuttle at the CES.

Apart from new AI technologies for vehicles, Bosch said it has also developed a range of smart home innovations to help users manage their smart home devices and appliances more efficiently. Bosch has teamed up with around 40 other consumer electronics makers to connect the company’s new Home Connect system to other brands of smart appliances.

Bosch’s Home Connect will soon be able to control other smart devices such as lighting, heating, security and entertainment devices manufactured by Bosch and other producers. Bosch has also developed its own Application Store where users can test the compatibility of an app with its intended application.

The company also ramped up its safety offerings with the launch of Spexor, a compact mobile alarm device that can be placed inside users’ homes, cars, motorhomes or sheds. Spexor automatically reports cases of break-ins straight to the user’s smartphone with the help of its noise, motion, and air-pressure sensors, and GPS.

Bosch will showcase its new AI and Internet of Things-based innovations at booth #12401 from January 7 to 10, 2020 at the CES 2020 in Las Vegas.

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