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
A place in the sun thanks to drive and control technology by Bosch
Winter in the Norwegian town of Rjukan had long been one thing above all else – dark. But now life in the shadows is over for the residents. Three enormous mirrors on the northern mountain reflect the sun’s rays into the valley, illuminating the market square like gigantic floodlights. Drive and control technology made by Bosch Rexroth ensures that the mirrors are called track the sun’s path and always reflect the light at precisely the right angle. This has certainly brightened the lives of the inhabitants of the once sun-scarce town. Find more here: http://bit.ly/1avp6Qu
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