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Bosch To Invest In Indian Locations

Company displaying hands-on experience with innovative Bosch technology at Auto Expo India.

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STUTTGART, Germany and BANGALORE, India – The Bosch Group has announced it is further expanding its business in India. This year, the supplier of technology and services intends to invest some 160 million euros in extending its locations in the country. The investments will focus on extending existing manufacturing sites and research and development facilities. The company made the announcement during the official opening of the new Bosch research center in Bangalore.
 
“India will continue to play a key role for the Bosch Group, even if the next few years will present a few challenges given the recent drop in automotive sales in the country,” said Peter Tyroller, the Bosch management board member responsible for Asia Pacific. The Research and Technology Center (RTC) Bangalore will focus on the development of connected technologies for the Internet of things and services. Other focal points will be methods and tools for the efficient design of software-intensive systems, as well as image processing. The research center is part of the Bosch Group’s second largest development site, employing 10,500 researchers and engineers.
 
Bosch at Auto Expo 2014 in India
To mark the 2014 Auto Expo trade show, Bosch is showcasing innovations and product highlights for the first time in an exposition of its own, to be held in Greater Noida near New Delhi. At this “Bosch Tech Expo,” customers from around the world will be able to see innovative technology for themselves (for example, during test drives) and to talk in-depth with experts. The exposition will take place near the trade fair site from Feb. 5-8. Highlights of the expo will include technologies for the connected car, more safety and driving comfort and efficient systems that reduce emissions and fuel consumption.
 

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