Bosch to Make Tianjin City in China Intelligent

The Chinese port is to be made into a smart city.

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Tianjin City Traffic (Photo Credit: Bosch)[/caption] As part of this initiative, Bosch will design a smart-city blueprint for Tianjin, sharing and leveraging experience accumulated in other international smart-city projects, and taking local needs into consideration. To be closer to its client, Bosch will set up a project office in Tianjin. Bosch smart-city solutions for mobility, energy, buildings, security, and e-governance Bosch said it will contribute the know-how it has gained so far from other smart-city projects, including Singapore, San Francisco, Stuttgart, Berlin, and the Hamburg docks. For smart cities, Bosch offers solutions in the areas of mobility, energy, buildings, security, and e-governance – in other words, digital city administration. In the mobility sphere, its solutions include environmental monitoring, connected parking, fleet management, e-mobility, and multimodal transport. The Bosch Group also sees great potential in China for its business with IoT connectivity – not only in the area of smart cities, but also in the fields of connected mobility and the industrial internet. “China’s new urbanization has put smart-city solutions on the map as one of the key drivers of urban development. Cities need to provide increasing levels of convenience, energy efficiency, and security,” Peter Tyroller, the member of the board of management of Robert Bosch responsible for Asia Pacific, said. “We are pleased to have the opportunity to offer Tianjin our connected solutions as a way of improving quality of life and creating an economically more efficient city.”]]>

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