Marco Lammer Is a New Head of Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions

Marco Lammer Is a New Head of Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions

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Marco Lammer became the new General Manager for Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions. He assumed Markus Lang who took a new leadership position in the field of hardware for artificial intelligence within the Bosch Group.

Lammer started his career at Bosch in 2004. In his previous function as Vice President, he led the transformation activities of the Automotive Electronics division. From 2014 to 2017, he was responsible for the division’s marketing and business strategy as Vice President of Marketing and Business Strategy. Prior to this, he held various management positions at Bosch.

"For our customers, sensor-based, intelligent and connected devices are a decisive requirement on their way to digitization," says Harald Kröger, president of Automotive Electronics. "With a stronger focus on marketing and sales, Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions is ideally positioned to develop technical solutions together with customers and partners that make life easier, more efficient, and safer.”

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