About the Bosch Digital Blog

Bosch Digital has more than 10.000 experts across the globe working in digitalization and the IoT. Our team of consultants, cloud software developers, solution architects, project managers, UX designers, business model innovators, digital marketing and sales experts, and trainers, works together closely with our customers to create strategic ideas and put them into practice. We have more than ten years of domain-specific software expertise and know how to support companies that are transforming themselves digitally.

Our bloggers are passionate customers, partners, analysts, guests and associates from the world of Bosch who share a common vision: to bring the IoT to life.


We are looking forward to your comments and to lively discussion of the Internet of Things, which will impact the everyday and business lives of all of us. Our blog is a semi-moderated platform. This means that we initially allow all comments to go online without prior moderation by the blog’s editorial team. However, your comments are checked along the guidelines below after publication. There is no right of publication.

Etiquette and tone

Please treat our authors and our commenting readers respectfully. If you disagree with their opinions, you are welcome to do so. Please state your viewpoint politely and in a tolerant manner. There is no need for personal attacks in a connected world.

The advances of the internet bring us closer together, but also make it easier for us to hide behind nicknames. Don’t get us wrong, nicknames are OK. However, since one of the pillars of the IoT is openness, we would appreciate it if people making comments would identify themselves.

Whenever you quote or refer to something specific, please share the source so that others can join in the discussion and have access to the same knowledge.

Moderation and deletion of comments

We reserve the right to delete a comment or even block IP addresses if any of the following points applies:

  • The comment contains SEO-driven, commercial or promotional pitches and advertising for vendors, products, and services.
  • The privacy of a third party is not respected, for example by publishing personal data or disrespectful content.
  • The comment is obviously not related to the post or the topic of the post
  • The comment is generated by a machine.
  • The comment is offensive or harassing – whether in a racist, pornographic, insulting or violent way – towards a person, a company or an institution.
  • The comment is in a language other than English; since our readership is highly international, we want everyone to have an equal opportunity to join in the discussion.