Company Overview of Robert Bosch GmbH
Robert Bosch GmbH, together with its subsidiaries, provides technology and services worldwide. It operates through Mobility Solutions, Industrial Technology, Consumer Goods, and Energy and Building Technology segments. The Mobility Solutions segment offers gasoline systems, diesel systems, chassis systems control products, electrical drives, starter motors and generators, car multimedia products, automotive electronics, and automotive aftermarket and steering products. The Industrial Technology segment provides drive, control, and actuator solutions for the industrial automation, mobile machinery, and commercial vehicles. This segment also offers process and packaging solutions for the pharm...
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Postfach 30 02 20
Founded in 1886
Key Executives for Robert Bosch GmbH
Deputy Chairman of Management Board and Head of Finance & Controlling
Member of Management Board and President of Manufacturing Coordination, Production System Development & Investment Planning; Environmental Protection
Member of Board of Management and President of Asia Pacific
Member of Board of Management, President of Legal Services, President of Compliance, President of Human Resources & Social Services, President of Cip Coordination, President of Taxes, President of Intellectual Property, President of Internal Auditing, President of External Affairs and President of Governmental & Political Relations
Member of Board of Management and President of Diesel Systems
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Robert Bosch GmbH Key Developments
Dyson Launches Legal Action against Bosch and Siemens
Oct 21 15
Dyson announced that the company has launched legal action against Bosch and Siemens alleging that they are misleading consumers in behaviour akin to the Volkswagen scandal. The British company, claims that independent testing has shown that machines made by Bosch and Siemens could draw more than 1,600W of power when used in the home despite having a rating of 750W. Dyson has said the machines work at a lower power setting when there is no dust, as is the case in testing situations. It claims the Siemens Q8.0 and Bosch GL80/In'Genius ProPerform models use a sensor which sends signals to the motor to increase its power as the machine sucks up dust.
Bosch Officially Opens New Research Campus in Renningen
Oct 20 15
Bosch officially opens new research campus in Renningen. A completely new work environment for creative minds: with its Renningen research campus, Bosch wants to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration, and in this way further enhance its innovative strength. At the new center for research and advance engineering on the outskirts of Stuttgart, some 1,700 creative minds are doing applied industrial research. The hope for the future is that even more innovations will be created in Renningen that improve quality of life. The campus brings together many disciplines from science and technology. Whether electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science, analytics, chemistry, physics, biology, or microsystems technology - in Renningen, a total of 1,200 associates in corporate research and advance engineering, plus 500 PhD students and interns, are now working on the technical challenges of the future. Up to now, these researchers were spread over three locations in the greater Stuttgart area. The special campus atmosphere, Bosch's pioneering minds will work on both new products and innovative manufacturing methods. Their work will focus on areas such as software engineering, sensor technology, automation, driver assistance systems, and battery technology, as well as on improved automotive powertrain systems. One area that is becoming increasingly significant is software expertise - particularly for IoT connectivity.
Bosch Inaugurates Renningen Research Centre
Oct 15 15
Bosch has inaugurated a new research campus in Renningen, Germany. The new campus has 14 buildings covering an area of 110,000 square metres. Construction of the campus started in 2012 and Bosch invested EUR 310 million (USD 348 million) in the project. The campus will bring together around 1,700 associates of the leading German supplier who will work on areas such as software engineering, sensor technology, automation, driver assistance systems and battery technology. In another development, Bosch presented the ServotwinÂ® steering system for buses at the Busworld Kortrijk, Belgium. The Servotwin steering is the world's first integrated electro-hydraulic steering system for production vehicles in the heavy commercial segment. With the Servotwin the rear axle steering system (eRAS) for buses has been redesigned, which is now electronically controlled and driven. As a result, the new eRAS supports a power-on-demand function, which helps in using energy only when required or when the steering is actually being used. A mechanical or hydraulic connection between the front and rear axle is not required in the eRAS which makes the system suited to volume-production integration and retrofitting. The new steering system reduces the bus's turning circle and supports driver assistance functions which enhance the safety and convenience in commercial vehicles. Also, the system helps achieve a fuel saving of around 0.6 l/100 km compared with a conventional steering system.
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