How optimised IoT can improve building management

Frankfurt am Mein, Germany

Over four days at the beginning of October, Bosch will be presenting its digital services and connected solutions for the entire building lifecycle at Light + Building in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, using real-world examples. Bosch experts will provide insights into how IoT, connectivity, and the intelligent use of data can help to optimise the control of commercial buildings, operate them in a resource-efficient and sustainable manner, and provide a high level of security and safety as well as greater comfort for the people who use them.

A digital service suite for the smart buildings of the future

For the first time in Frankfurt, Bosch will be presenting a new digital suite with integrated and connected services for the digital management of commercial real estate, which is designed to help increase the attractiveness and value of properties as well as real estate portfolios. The modular service offering is based on generating intelligent data with the help of a digital twin, opening up new opportunities for owners and operators to continuously optimise real estate efficiency and sustainability.

Connected solutions 

Visitors will be able to experience practical examples of how Bosch is addressing the growing need for security and safety in buildings, including examples with artificial intelligence.

For example, the Aviotec video-based fire detection uses intelligent video analysis to ensure reliable early detection and alarming within seconds in large, sprawling buildings; and owners and operators can overview their properties via the new Intelligent Insights software, which evaluates video images from multiple cameras in real time and generates information about the current number of people in the building.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to try out how Bosch securely implements access to buildings via a complementary smartphone app, and will be shown how to book rooms and workplaces or record employee working hours comfortably – also by smartphone. On top of that, the access control system can be connected with the intrusion alarm system to arm or disarm it via the mobile access solution.

A broad portfolio for reducing CO2 emissions in buildings

Bosch offers a broad portfolio of smart solutions and innovative technologies that promise to permanently reduce the CO2 footprint and energy costs of real estate and properties. Here, too, Bosch uses digital environments to design buildings that conserve resources without sacrificing comfort. In Frankfurt, Bosch will be showcasing, among other things, a wide range of building automation solutions and products that ensure high air quality, a pleasant indoor climate, and comfortable lighting in existing and new buildings while increasing energy efficiency. The Webvision 5 building management platform integrates these with existing security solutions so that all trades can be controlled, monitored, and optimised in one system.


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