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Bring your ideas to life at the IoT hackathon

Get hands-on experience at this year’s Bosch ConnectedExperience (BCX) on May 14-15, 2019. This two-day Internet of Things (IoT) hackathon is a forum for backend and frontend developers, product owners, product managers, UX experts, and innovators from Bosch customers, partners, and start-ups.

In 2018 more than 700+ developers competed in a broad variety of challenges, ranging from Mobility and Autonomous Driving to Manufacturing and Connected Homes and Buildings. Bosch and its ecosystem partners provided a comprehensive choice of hardware and software products for hackers to create prototypes, as well as an environment to explore advanced methods in UX, design thinking, and business modelling.

30h

Of hacking

5

Hack challenges

80+

Hacking devices

700+

Developers

90

Hack coaches

90

Hack coaches

700+

Developers

5

Hack challenges

80+

Hacking devices

30h

Of hacking

Hack challenges 2018

#1 Connected Mobility Services

In the hack challenge Connected Mobility Services attendees kick-started the next generation of automotive IoT applications. To improve future connected mobility, several use cases came to mind, including driver assistance, information or entertainment, autonomous driving, and many other amazing ideas.

#2 Autonomous Driving

Autonomous driving is in its early stages.The first cars able to take over the responsibility of driving from the driver are on the road. The attendees had the chance to work with the tool stack of the OpenADx initiative, an industry wide movement started to boost the development of autonomous driving solutions.

#3 Manufacturing 4.0

Industry 4.0 and connected manufacturing are the talk of the town, but what about specific implementations? The Manufacturing 4.0 hackathon at Bosch ConnectedExperience 2018 provided a toolbox of industrial devices and a fog-to-cloud testbed to explore the potential of the Industrial Internet. Take a look at how the teams shape the factory of the future together!

#4 Supply Chain & Logistics 4.0

In the last year’s Supply Chain & Logistics 4.0 hack challenge attendees had the chance to explore the dynamic world of international logistics from the perspective of a global freight forwarder. By using a variety of sensors and appliances they implemented advanced Track and Trace solutions. Builded on leading edge cloud infrastructure from our partners Google, MongoDB and Cloudera. With our partners IOTA and T-Labs they also explored how blockchain has the potential to disrupt current logistics networks.

#5 Connected Life

From farm to fork, from bed to work – the Connected Life Hackathon at Bosch ConnectedExperience 2018 was all about making lives easier and more comfortable. Using the Bosch IoT Suite, the hackers created IoT applications for farmers, building stakeholders, boroughs, sharing communities, construction companies and residents.
#BCX18: Kids are hacking for their first time
Hacking at the supply chain and logistics hack challenge
Bosch at the connected mobility service hack challenge
#BCX18: Kids hackathon
#BCX18: Participants are discussing their IoT ideas
#BCX18: Highly concentrated attendees
#BCX18: Discovering Calliope in the kids hack
#BCX18: Brainstorming for new connected ideas
#BCX18: Attendees at the Connected Life hack challenge
#BCX18: Attendees are discovering new technologies
#BCX18: Drone at the Connected Life hack challenge
Foto shooting with all hackers, hack coaches and hack MC's
#WorkInProgress at the autonomous driving hack

Kühlhaus Berlin

For the first time, the BCX is taking place in its own dedicated location: the Kühlhaus Berlin, an industrial monument and cultural landmark in the heart of Germany’s capital. An impressive venue suitable for various event formats, the Kühlhaus Berlin has been a protected landmark since the 1990s.

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Register now to attend Bosch ConnectedExperience 2019 on May 14-15.