“Bosch can cooperate with local authorities and businesses to develop solutions for Smart City in Vietnam,” said Vo Quang-Hue, managing director of Bosch Vietnam.
Bosch is one of the top European investors in Vietnam which operates in all four areas: sales, production, research and development (R&D) and services.
In particular, its software R&D center in Ho Chi Minh City, with more than 950 engineers, can research and provide connectivity solutions for smart cities.
Bosch is the only company worldwide that is active on all three levels of the internet of things (IoT): sensors, software, and services.
Its technologies are applicable in various aspects of life, enabling efficient operation and management of smart home and building, smart city, connected mobility, and Industry 4.0.
“With our continuous improvement of technologies and practical experience in designing and implementing Smart City projects in Singapore, Stuttgart (Germany), and in other countries, we look forward to joining hands with the local government to develop solutions to improve the quality of life for city-dwellers,” Hue added.
Co-organised by the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Ho Chi Minh City and Binh Duong province from March 26-28, the Smart City Summit Binh Duong 2016 aimed to raise awareness about smart cities in general and to introduce solutions for sustainable development in the urban area.