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OTA Infrastructure for Semi-Autonomous to Autonomous Systems

Kai Hackbarth, Evangelist at Bosch Software Innovations GmbH, discusses Over-the-Air updates and the role that Bosch and the Industrial Internet Consortium play in the industry in his presentation, "OTA Infrastructure for Semi-Autonomous to Autonomous Systems".
Recorded Jul 9 2019 39 mins
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