T-Systems enlarges Dataspace Portfolio with Digital Twin Registry powered by Bosch

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We proudly present a new feature offering for the manufacturing industry: T-Systems and Bosch Connected Industry recently entered a partnership for digital twins, used internally and within dataspaces and data ecosystems. T-Systems integrates the Digital Twin Registry into its existing portfolio to manage digital twins more efficiently and make data available within diverse ecosystems.

In easy terms, T-Systems provides the telephone and "phone plug" for decentralized data ecosystems and Bosch Connected Industry the "telephone book" for digital twins, with the Digital Twin Registry from the Bosch Semantic Stack. Both companies are key contributors in various open source and standardization projects relating to digital twins and data spaces. The joint offering is intended to further advance the standardization of data ecosystems and break down barriers for customers to benefit from such technological advancements.

Image 1. Ulrich Wolters (Bosch Connected Industry), Christian Hort (T-Systems), Chris S. Langdon (T-Systems), Aemen Bouafif (Bosch Connected Industry) at T-Systems booth on Bosch Connected World (BWC) - Image source: Bosch 

Connect to Catena-X and Beyond 

This new offering is tailor-made for large and medium-sized companies in the manufacturing industry. Currently, this might be a good fit for stakeholders participating in or planning to participate in the Catena-X network for automotive manufacturing. Both solutions are certified by Catena-X and by combining the strengths of those two companies, users can benefit from a scalable, industry-strengthened option for their data management cross-department, cross-company and cross-border.

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Chris S. Langdon
Chris S. Langdon

Business Lead, Data Analytics Executive, Catena-X Product Manager

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