Bosch creates ‘smart home’ subsidiary

Bosch creates ‘smart home’ subsidiary

By eeNews Europe

The subsidiary will offer products and services for connected homes covering security and heating. The company is set to debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (January 6 to 9, 2016). According to Bosch, some form of smart home solutions will be in 15% of all the world’s households by 2020 – a total of 230 million homes.

The Bosch smart-home system is single platform to interconnect the heating, lighting, smoke alarms, and appliances in a home and to allow them to be operated using a smartphone or a tablet computer. The core of the system is the Bosch smart-home controller, a central control unit that connects the components with each other and to the internet.

"The Bosch smart-home system is easy to install and operate: one system, one app, one user experience. Our solutions relieve users of tiresome routine tasks while offering them more convenience and safety," said Peter Schnaebele, the incoming managing director of the Robert Bosch Smart HomeGmbH.

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