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Ag Tech: Bosch Offers Connected Solutions To Make Agriculture Smart.
Bengaluru – Bosch, a leading supplier of technology and services, showcased for the first time its extensive range of connected and smart solutions in the business sectors beyond mobility in India. In 2015, the business sectors comprising of Industrial Technology, Consumer Goods, and Energy and Building Technology contributed around 15 percent to the Group’s turnover in India.
Bosch offers connected solutions to make agriculture smart
Customers can gain advantage from Bosch’s end-to-end solutions offering
“Customers are increasingly looking for suppliers who can offer them end-to-end solutions. Bosch is leveraging the combined strengths of its products to offer integrated solutions to meet the demands of customers across key growth sectors of India,” said Dr. Steffen Berns, managing director Bosch Limited and president of the Bosch Group in India. In an increasingly connected world, the linkage of the physical and virtual worlds provides the opportunity to offer new applications. “Bosch is uniquely positioned to offer meaningful solutions by harnessing its expertise across hardware, software and services,” mentioned Dr. Berns. Commenting further he said, “India benefits significantly from this aspect as it is home to Bosch’s largest engineering center outside Germany, and we do understand the country’s local market requirements.” Bosch offers connected solutions and services for smart cities, home appliances, smart manufacturing, packaging, construction, transportation, mining, energy and agriculture.
Transforming agriculture through Bosch technology solutions
Bosch India sees considerable growth potential in farm and livestock operations, as well on the supply chain side. Bosch is looking to improve productivity, manage sustainability, and drive optimization along the agriculture value chain. Typically, the portfolio is divided between the pre-harvest and post-harvest phase. Bosch is developing solutions that improve agriculture operations by using sensors, digitization, automation, crop modelling and big data.