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Bosch Semantic Stack Tools

The innovative toolset for your data-driven project

Bosch Semantic Stack Tools

This digital toolbox generates the development and administration environment for the Bosch Semantic Stack. Experts from different domains, from development and administration work together on the optimal adaptation of the technologies to every company's own use cases.

The user-friendly design of all tools enables a low-threshold entry into the Bosch Semantic Stack, which enables employees from manufacturing and product development to incorporate their extensive practical knowledge in a direct way.

Digital Twin Registry – the phone book of digital twins

Digital Twin Registry – the phone book of digital twins

Digital twins are digital representatives of vehicles or machines as well as their components and parts. A digital twin is often created during product development and accompanies its physical counterpart throughout its life cycle. Depending on the company, thousands and thousands of digital twins are "born" every day. Bosch provides the Digital Twin Registry – a digital phone book in which millions of twins can be quickly identified and retrieved for their creation, assignment, storage, and deletion.

Aspect Model Catalog – a recipe collection for aspects

Aspect Model Catalog – a recipe collection for aspects

Each digital twin consists of several aspects. They group data such as faults, master data, or maintenance history. Each aspect is assigned an aspect model that defines the semantics and can be used for numerous use cases. Depending on the level of complexity of the data, the creation of aspect models requires knowledge and time. Therefore, the Aspect Model Catalog acts as a growing recipe book from which the appropriate aspect models can be downloaded and adapted as well as fed back into the community.

Knowledge Layer – relating objects to each other

Knowledge Layer – relating objects to each other

Knowledge graphs represent and analyze relationships between objects. Knowledge layers, in turn, are the functional implementation of this novel technology, with individual graphs as the "output". To make them usable, Bosch is developing a comprehensive set of functions for creating and managing a knowledge layer. It not only serves to detail a knowledge layer, but also supports the management of the system, which is constantly growing with each use case or new data source. The technology can be established in your company regardless of time or personnel capacities.

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