CES 2023: Bosch Hi-Tech for Safer Future

Source: Bosch announcement

STUTTGART, Germany — At CES 2023 in Las Vegas, Central Hall, booth #16115, from January 5 to 8, 2023, Bosch is presenting smart products and services for mobility and the home of the future. The technology and services company will highlight connected solutions for greater safety, efficiency, and comfort.

CES 2023 Innovation Award Honorees: distinguished Bosch solutions

In the run-up to CES 2023, four Bosch products were distinguished as CES Innovation Awards Honorees. The company will reveal an additional Best of Innovation award winner at the event. The CES Innovation Awards are presented annually by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® in 28 consumer technology product categories.

The Bosch Honorees announced prior to CES 2023 were in the categories of Home Audio/Video Components & Accessories, Cybersecurity & Personal Privacy, and categories as well as in the mobility-focused categories of Vehicle Tech & Advanced Mobility, and Streaming, In-Vehicle Entertainment & Safety.

Increased occupant safety and driving comfort: The Off-zone Crash Detection system for vehicles uses a wide range of sensor data and a new software algorithm to detect additional previously uncaptured crash scenarios, which commonly occur during lane changes, merging, and crossing intersections.

Thanks to additional zones of detection, airbags and safety restraints can be deployed in a timely manner. The enhanced triggering algorithm allows vehicle manufacturers to use existing sensor configurations, which means no hardware changes are necessary.

Sensor-driven dynamics: Vehicle dynamics control 2.0 is an innovative and smart control concept which uses the full potential of actuators of different vehicle domains, such as braking, steering, powertrain, and suspension. Based on the information from vehicle dynamics sensors, the function anticipates the vehicle behavior and intervenes proactively. As a result, drivers benefit from a natural driving experience characterized by excellent safety, agility, and comfort, all the while maintaining full control of the vehicle. Vehicle dynamics control 2.0 can flexibly be deployed on braking systems or domain, zone, and central control units.

Driving the future of mobility with software-based solutions

In addition to Innovation Award winners, Bosch will present a number of other solutions at CES 2023.

Infotainment and ADAS functions running on one single vehicle computer: Bosch is paving the way towards a more centralized E/E architecture to manage the complexity of future vehicle systems. In the future, only a few very powerful vehicle computers will run several vehicle functions. The next generation information domain computer will integrate functions from the infotainment domain as well as ADAS functions like parking and surround view features.

Making the software-defined vehicle a reality: Mobility is experiencing fundamental change, with software taking center stage. To make the vision of the fully programmable, software-defined vehicle a reality and support automakers in software-centric function development, ETAS, a subsidiary of Bosch, offers a highly integrated end-to-end software-defined vehicle platform and tooling ecosystem that enables fast, data-driven development as well as safe and secure operation of automotive software.

Long-range lidar for Level 4 automated driving: Lidar sensors are one of the key components required to bring safe and reliable automated driving (SAE Leve 4) to the streets. Together with radar and video sensors, lidar is indispensable to realize full 360-degree redundant perception, detection, and localization. At CES 2023, Bosch will demonstrate the performance of its long-range lidar sensor. It is designed for high-volume production offering an outstanding resolution and a long detection range to cover decisive use cases in urban, suburban, as well as highway scenarios.

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