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Bosch in Indonesia

Projects that help make a difference

At Bosch we believe that everything we do should be Invented for Life. Which is why we have designed these projects, using Bosch technology and innovations, to help people from the ground up by enabling them to make a difference.

Invented for life
Project Well-being Haven

Project Well-being Haven

Quality rest in peaceful surroundings is crucial to good mental health, especially for people in high-stress jobs. Empathizing with frontline healthcare workers, whose workload increased significantly during Covid-19 pandemic, Bosch decided to gift them with a “home away from home” in a hospital in Kuala Lumpur.

Virtual Chef

Virtual Chef

Good food lifts the spirit even in the most challenging times. However, Covid-19 pandemic caused many culinary businesses to shut down. To help those affected by the crisis, Bosch invited five chefs to share their stories, learn from the best, and compete in a unique virtual cooking show.

Project Blue Sky Vietnam

Project Blue Sky

Monitoring air pollutants is important to understand how we can plan the mitigation efforts. Amidst the bustling city of Saigon where traffic never seems to stop, the Bosch Air Quality Monitoring solution IMB is piloted to with the aim of optimizing traffic flow to reduce air pollution. Simply a smart box and a camera, the pair delivers a precise analysis of current and projected levels of pollutants – which can then be used to make targeted improvements to traffic flow and air quality.

Project Blue Sky Thailand

Project Blue Sky Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai, a famous tourist destination in Northern Thailand, has been facing with air pollution problem for over a decade. The thick layer of dust is caused by human activities and puts the citizens' health at risk. To revive the breath of Chiang Mai and raise awareness of air pollution, Bosch proposes a sustainable solution in collaboration with Chiang Mai Breath council and Chiang Mai University.

Women holding a baby

Milky Way

Returning to work after maternity leave can be tough - nothing can replace mom's undivided attention and care. However, with just a little bit of technology, we can bring the working mom and her baby closer together.

Project Yonah

Medical drones to the rescue!

Bosch and Singapore-based startup Yonah partnered up to solve healthcare challenges in remote and inaccessible areas of Papua New Guinea by developing autonomous drone delivery.

Project Off Grid

BIMA takes Southeast Asia off-grid

While it is hard to imagine a hospital operating without a reliable power supply, this has been the reality for a busy clinic in Indonesia for years. Luckily, thanks to a new solution from Bosch called BIMA, outages are a thing of the past – even in the most remote parts of Asia.

Project Makers of Tomorrow

Students or “Makers of Tomorrow”?

Bosch's goal is to foster creativity and practical skills of aspiring engineers in a targeted manner. Launched in September 2016, students from the National University of Laos were given the challenge of drawing up ideas on how to reuse an old water tank that has been standing idle on the campus.

Project Smilefie

Smiles all round

Delivering happiness to Indonesians, the Bosch #SMILEFIE event at the 'Car Free Day’ in Jakarta invited visitors to take a selfie by using the Bosch security cameras provided. A large screen made sure that their smiles were shared with others.

Project KickAndy

Touching millions of Indonesian hearts

To encourage Indonesia's younger generation, Bosch initiated a project that sought to recognize and award the ideas of young inventors on the popular national TV show - Kick Andy. The first Bosch episode on the Kick Andy show aired in August 2016 and was followed by a second competition in October 2017. The project awarded creative innovative thinking of young inventors by giving them an insight into the workings of a technology company.

Project The Green Challenge

Going green and clean

Utilizing the creativity of local students, Bosch launched an eScooter Sharing Service in Vietnam, demonstrating Bosch’s commitment to working hand-in-hand with young talent to develop a smarter and greener Vietnam.

Project Beauty Beneath

A clearer vision of road safety

“Always be careful when you drive”. The message and art featured on the wall were created using Bosch’s high-pressure power washer. In collaboration with Myanmar’s leading contemporary artist Arker Kyaw, Bosch transformed an old building wall on Bayint Naung Road in Yangon’s Mayangone Township into an urban street mural that features this important road safety message.