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Bosch Romania Engineering Center is expanding its development activities in Bucharest, where engineers will work on state-of-the-art projects for the development of solutions in the areas of automated, electric and connected mobility, within a hybrid and flexible working model, the company announced. a press release.
“The Bosch Engineering Center in Cluj-Napoca has steadily increased its development activities in recent years. It owns various global projects and has over 1,000 engineers working on solutions for future mobility. Strengthening the position of the Engineering Center by increasing local responsibility and the number of projects gives our experts the chance to actively contribute to the process of transforming the company into a global AIoT leader, ”said Tobias Matter, Director of Bosch Engineering Center.
According to the company, with this expansion, the Bosch Engineering Center plans to increase the number of employees by more than 400 in the next period.
“Shortly after its launch, the pilot project to expand the Bosch Engineering Center in Bucharest is already a success. More than 20 highly skilled software engineers in the area have already been integrated into our development teams. I’m glad we were able to quickly integrate our new colleagues into existing teams, despite mostly digital collaboration. The Covid-19 pandemic brought with it a change in the work paradigm, mostly digital, and Bosch has adapted, at a fast pace, managing to form efficient hybrid teams, based on trust, good collaboration and results. and less on the constant physical presence at the office “, said Cătălin Golban, head of the Engineering Department of video perception systems at the engineering center in Cluj and coordinator of the project to expand Bosch’s development activities in Romania.
Bosch representatives point out that, through the “Smart Work” initiative, the company has implemented a hybrid collaboration model globally, systematically modeling the interaction between remote work and work at the company’s headquarters.
“The new hybrid way of working, which combines the benefits of working from home, efficiency and agility and the benefits of office work, innovation and collaboration, has been successfully implemented in the Engineering Center of Romania since 2021. Implementing working conditions flexible has facilitated the launch of a pilot project to expand development activities in Bucharest, with the opportunity to work at Bosch headquarters for those who want to work in the office. Among the projects included in this pilot initiative are the development of software and hardware solutions and services for assisted and automated steering, for power steering systems, propulsion systems, but also for electric and connected cars and data management projects. it is shown in the communiqué.
At present, Bosch is one of the most wanted employers in the Cluj area for technical candidates, and in the future the company intends to be among the most attractive employers for engineers in Bucharest. At the national level, Bosch ranks seventh out of 100 in Catalyst Solutions’ top employers in 2021 and remains the second most sought-after employer in the automotive industry for the third year in a row.
At the Bosch Engineering Center, established in 2013, there is a well-developed innovation ecosystem based on attractive research and innovation projects for experienced professionals. In addition to Bosch’s global funding programs for internal start-ups, which can be applied with innovative ideas from all Bosch locations, the Romanian Engineering Center offers mentoring and acceleration programs to support local teams – from idea until the creation of viable products, but also framework programs for patent registration. Thus, in 2021 alone, 42 local inventions were registered.
The Bosch Group is a global leader in the provision of technology and services, with approximately 401,300 employees worldwide as of December 31, 2021. Last year, the company reported preliminary sales of 78.8 billion euros.
In Romania, the German group has been present for 27 years and has approximately 8,160 employees in five entities. In 2020, Bosch recorded sales of 448 million euros on the Romanian market.

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