When technology and art collide
When technology and art collide

When technology and art collide

To show the transformational beauty of innovation and technology, Bosch uses creativity and technology to transform a part of Kuala Lumpur into a piece of art.

Technology is changing the way art is made

Most of us live in cities which keep growing - both in size as well as vertically. Cities represent architectural designs, infrastructural development, logistics and urban areas. Yet in the end, they should be about the heart and soul, the driving force and vibrancy behind them – the people. The way we live in cities is what shapes us to make it our home. We give them colour by filling them with life, by moving things around.

Bosch is part of it. As a company, Bosch is actively shaping the future of mobility and developing technologies that will one day make traffic jams a thing of the past. Autonomous driving is the future of mobility. Technology that will allow us to take back our cities and refocus on the quality of life.

In a vertical art project in Kuala Lumpur, Bosch presents a glimpse of this future, by showing the autonomous future of mobility - created by technology.

Instead of painting its vision onto a wall by hand, Bosch used a smart robot printing technology to apply the artwork in downtown KL.

Adding a little colour to the city we know as our home and showing the future of what we call "Invented for Life".

Watch how technology turns Bosch's vision of mobility into art.

"At Bosch, we develop technology that is "Invented for life". Many of our solutions, especially in the automotive sectors, are developed to keep you and your loved ones safe while driving. With this project we want to show our vision of an accident free future - enabled by technology."

Simon Song, Managing Director of Bosch Malaysia

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of all accidents resulting in injury are the result of human error.

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million hours - KL residents spend more than 250 million hours a year stuck in traffic.

"The robot itself doesn’t create the artwork. It still needs a human being or an artist to supply the artwork. We’re hoping to empower artists and give them more exposure for their work."

The future of urban mobility

By 2050, at least 70 percent of the global population will be living in cities. Even today, solutions for improved traffic flow, convenient commuting and better road safety are already in high demand. From multimodal transport services to robot taxis; connected and automated driving will help make urban mobility stress- and accident-free. When it comes to improving air quality in cities, modern internal-combustion engines and electromobility are both part of the solution.

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