Buildings today don’t only provide a safe, functional place for people to live and work. They can also cater for – and even respond to – their needs, while helping them work more efficiently and sustainably. The Internet of things (IoT) and sensor-driven technologies play a vital role in this. At Bosch Building Technologies, we are at the forefront of these new developments.
With innovative solutions in everything from access to fire prevention and public announcement to intelligent video security, we are helping redefine people’s relationships with the buildings they spend their time in.
Anticipating - forecast situations and user needs
Benefit from advanced building technologies that can anticipate people’s needs and challenges, so as to deliver the exact services they require.
Sustainable - contribute to a better world and save costs
Use and manage spaces more efficiently to lower the carbon footprint of buildings while extending their flexibility and lifetime.
Inspiring - shape your future
Be inspired to develop value-adding ideas for your current or new business through the insightful use of data.
Bound to a strong heritage – Quality, the key to the Bosch philosophy:
We should all strive to improve on the status quo: none of us should ever be satisfied with what has been achieved, but should always endeavor to do better.
Board of Management
Executive Vice President Energy and Building Solutions
Thomas Quante has been a member of the board of management for Bosch Building Technologies since July 2015. He started his career as a management trainee at Robert Bosch GmbH and continued within Bosch in several functions in USA, Switzerland and Germany. In 2012, Thomas Quante joined Bosch Building Technologies as Senior Vice President for the Business Unit Communications Systems.Thomas Quante has a degree in European Finance and Accounting. He is married and has 2 children.
Tanja Rueckert is President of the board of management for Bosch Building Technologies since August 2018. Before, she was president of the IoT and Digital Supply Chain business unit at SAP SE. Tanja Rueckert holds a PhD in chemistry and has more than 20 years of experience as an executive in the software industry. During her career, she has worked in Germany and the Silicon Valley in the United States and headed up teams across the globe. She is passionate about topics like the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and digital transformation. Tanja Rueckert is married and has two children.
Executive Vice President Finance & Administration
Andreas Bartz has been a member of the board of management for Bosch Building Technologies since October 2015. Before joining Bosch Building Technologies, he held several positions in purchasing, logistics, controlling and finance in different Bosch divisions. Andreas Bartz completed his studies in Mechanical Engineering and Economics. He is married and has 4 children.