Fetch.ai has announced its integration with Bosch via DeltaV. The objective is to host a multi-sensory toolkit on the platform that helps users do better with their data. It has been defined as a symbiosis of hardware and software, calling the partnership a milestone worth noting.
Both bring their respective expertise to the table. For instance, Bosch brings its precision engineering and sensor technology, while Fetch.ai brings cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence for a versatile developer toolkit. Bosch XDK110 comes with eight different sensors packed into a frame. The versatile toolkit acts not just as a data collector but also assists in optimizing rewards for users.
Users can choose to share their data with third parties or keep it private for their applications. As for developers, it demonstrates that they can integrate software services or sensory data into DeltaV. Here’s how the association between Bosch and DeltaV will work.
XDK will capture the data that will be broadcast through the Raspberry Pi. Any agent that has registered with Agentverse will be able to gather the data and make it available to third parties. DeltaV enters the picture to make the process of data search and consumption more convenient. DeltaV can search for results in natural language, allowing applications to optimize conditions for smart buildings.
Simply put, XDK collects data like temperature and device ID, passes it to the Raspberry Pi, and makes it accessible for registered parties in the Agentverse. DeltaV further makes the process seamless by assisting with the search function in natural language. Bosch Sensor Data can be accessed through DeltaV in four simple steps.
It begins with registering on DeltaV’s portal using a Google Account or Fetch Wallet. Users can then engage with DeltaV by typing in the search bar. For example, the search can pertain to something as simple as finding the temperature in a German city. Searches can then be narrowed down by being more specific: Temperature Services Stuttgart.
Actual search activity depends on the interest of the user. Hence, the results may be different. An option exists to modify the manner in which data is retrieved. Individuals have the option to receive temperature information in either Fahrenheit or Celsius.
A partnership between Bosch and Fetch.ai’s DeltaV is in line with the mission of Fetch.ai, to expand and serve the community. Fetch.ai’s previous partnership was with SingularityNET, announced a few days ago, with the objective of making progress faster in the direction of having a more accurate and ethical AI.
The idea is to abide by the trend that is prevailing across the globe, which is the interconnectivity of devices and the integration of services. These are now necessities for companies looking to expand their horizons with like-minded players.
Fetch.ai’s association with Bosch is a notable milestone and a pivotal point from which more such developments may happen in the days to come.