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Meet us at Bosch ConnectedWorld 2020 - IoT conference & hackathon

We are happy to be part of the Bosch ConnectedWorld again this time as a Silver Sponsor. Get ready for new applications and pilot projects on our IoT platform plus hackathon for developers!

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BCW20 will host more than 170 speakers on 5 stages presenting IoT trends and implementations in front of more than 4,000+ conference and hackathon attendees. Experience the latest in IoT as showcased by over 80 partners on the 10,000 sqm of exhibition space. Be part of Bosch ConnectedWorld 2020, Europe’s leading conference for IoT and Digital Transformation from February 19 to 20, 2020 at STATION-Berlin.

Two days packed with inspiration, knowledge, and entertainment

Conference: Join the IoT innovators and industry representatives on 5 stages.

Exhibition: Visit and experience the Bosch IoT ecosystem at your fingertip.

Hackathon: Be part of the fully integrated software and hardware stack at BCX20

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Please register here www.bcw-registration.com and use the code S&ST@BCW20 to make the special price* available.

*Limited to 15 tickets. So be the first mover, like us!


Recapping BCX19

In 2019, more than 700 developers competed in five separate hack challenges, focusing on themes as diverse as Mobility, Manufacturing, Buildings, Utility Cross-Domain and Social Impact. Find out more here.


Security and Safety Things@BCW20

Experience our open IoT platform and ecosystem for security camera apps in two ways: 

See our ecosystem at our booth at the #BCW20 exhibition: Here we demonstrate our ecosystem in the context of mobility and connected living. Together with our partner HERE Technologies we will showcase ai-driven license plate recognition in action. We will also be demonstrating live at our booth how smart cameras equipped with video analysis can detect the mood of people and tailor the environments to their needs.

At our booth you will also learn about two of our latest pilot projects: one shows how a luxury clothing store benefits from data and insights provided by smart software apps in its camera system. The second demonstrated how surveillance cameras equipped with license plate recognition help make processes in a parking garage not only safer but also more efficient. Come, see and marvel!

Meet us at booth 10!

Experience our ecosystem at the #BCW20 hackathon: Here you get the chance to implement your own camera apps on our open IoT platform. During two exciting days of hacking, two coaches from Security and Safety Things will support you in implementing your ideas and get first market-ready results. This year we sponsor the hackathon together with Neurala, the deep learning neural network software company behind The Neurala Brain. Connecting innovation power in one place!

Exclusive to friends and partners of Security and Safety Things. If you want to attend use the discount code: S&ST@BCW20 and pick up a ticket at the special price of €850 

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Please register here www.bcw-registration.com and use the code S&ST@BCW20 to make the special price* available.

*Limited to 15 tickets. So be the first mover, like us!


Results & prototypes of Bosch’s IoT hackathon 2019


Venue in Berlin

For further information and tickets visit www.bosch-connected-world.com

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