Bosch today organized the ‘Bosch Experience Day 2019’, where guests enjoyed an up close and personal look at some of the company’s latest products and technology.
From the opportunity to participate in product demonstrations and interactive spaces, to engaging in a stimulating discussion on Industry 4.0 (I4.0) – the Bosch Experience Day 2019 demonstrated the extensive range of Bosch products and solutions that are available, tailored specifically to the needs of local businesses and consumers.
To commemorate the “100 Years of Bosch in Southeast Asia” which Bosch is celebrating throughout the region this year, guests at the event were welcomed by a specially curated “100 Years Milestone” exhibition. Exhibits on display showcased the company’s rich history in Southeast Asia, the evolution of Bosch’s iconic technology and innovation over the past century, as well as a brief history on the founder himself – Robert Bosch.
“As we stand on the cusp of completing nearly a century of innovation in Malaysia, we at Bosch will stay committed to strengthening our efforts in providing more connected solutions for homes and businesses, embark on new initiatives in the areas of Industry 4.0, Internet of Things (IoT) and mobility solutions which is increasing in demand across the region, and be part of the wave to push forward Malaysia’s digital economy and growth”.
Simon Song, managing director of Bosch Malaysia
Upskilling the workforce in Malaysia with Industry 4.0
By integrating cyber-physical systems into manufacturing technologies, I4.0 creates manufacturing of the future – the smart factory. With decades of manufacturing experience, Bosch is able to demonstrate the benefits of I4.0 adoption in their own plants around the world, including Malaysia. This enables Bosch to provide I4.0 solutions and strategic consultation to local manufacturers and SMEs looking to deploy I4.0 solutions.
To further strengthen the I4.0 infrastructure in Malaysia, Bosch offers an array of products including sensors, IoT gateway, softwares, APAS robot, Active Assist, and MMS4.0 (Modular Mechatronic System), to name a few.
Embracing ‘Invented for life’ local innovations
Bosch Experience Day also saw the launch of Bosch Thermotechnology’s Electric Instantaneous Water Heater, a technology introduced for the very first time in Southeast Asia, starting with Malaysia. Having a market reputation for industrial boilers, this is Bosch’s first array of water heaters for residential use. Consumers can now enjoy a comfortable shower experience with maximum safety and simplicity.
Available in three different models – Tronic 3000s, Tronic 6000s, and Tronic 8000s, the newly launched water heater is now available at the Bosch Experience Centre in Publika Kuala Lumpur, on Lazada at the official Bosch
Flagship Store, as well as via all authorized dealers throughout the country.