In connected systems around the world, billions of tiny Bosch MEMS sensors are improving people’s lives. In smartphones, wearables, and applications for the internet of things, these sensors provide important data; in vehicles, their job is to make driving safer and more relaxed. We join the Bosch a
Becoming a global company - Bosch History
In 1898, Bosch started selling its products beyond German borders. This was a deciding factor for the company’s success. In 1899, turnover outside Germany was more than 15 percent, in 1906 more than 78 percent – just like today. Revisit the origins of internationality. You can find out more about Robert Bosch and how his company developed over the years on our History Blog: http://blog.bosch.com/history/en/
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Around the world, Bosch engineers file 19 patent applications every working day. One of them is Gökce Cetin Görbuz from Turkey. Learn more about how the innovations of Bosch inventors make our lives easier, better -- and often safer: http://www.bosch.com/en/com/boschglobal/inventors_for_life/invent
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