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Bosch has created a company to develop the Internet of Things and Services
German Bosch, better known as a manufacturer of household appliances, gazed his attention to the Internet of Things , the concept involves “communication” automated devices with each other. The company established a firm Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions, which will supply compact electronics and providing services in software development for a wide range of connected smart devices.
Initially, the new venture will focus on sensor systems for “smart” buildings, transport and logistics. According to chairman of the company Robert Bosch Volkmar Denner, 2015 over 6 billion things will be connected to the Internet .
Using a combination of sensors and software, a “smart” home can, for example, to detect open windows and tie this piece of information with the weather forecast, taken from the Internet. To protect the house from the approaching hurricane system will automatically close the windows and pull down shutters. “Smart” valves automatic watering systems can also be switched on and off depending on soil moisture.
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Using sensors on the product packaging can be tracked transport cargo. This would show how carefully treated with sending at all stages of delivery and in the event of damage to quickly establish those responsible. Lost cargo can be easily tracked through the recorded geolocation data. The rapid growth of the market due to the development of e-commerce, the statement said Bosch.
Earlier telecommunications company AT & T and independent organization Carbon War Room stated that development of the Internet of things will help to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by 9.1 billion metric tons in 2020, equivalent to 18.6 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions in 2011. The report General Electric, published in late 2012, said that the Internet industry can significantly improve energy efficiency and generate more than 82 billion dollars by 2025.
Active Internet things took Philips. At the recent IFA in Berlin the company showed a number of smart appliances .
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