About: Our Global Network

Driving IoT Innovation Across the Globe

Built by Bosch in partnership with Local Innovation Hubs

The Curitiba Connectory is part of a global network with different locations around the world, the first one was in Chicago launched in 2017, followed by Guadalajara, Stuttgart, Shanghai and Curitiba. Learn more about each space here!​

Our Global Network

Connectory Locations around the World






Chicago Connectory

The Chicago Connectory focuses on building communities in mobility solutions, smart city, Industry 4.0 and connected construction. This location provides an immersive IoT experience to educate on the possibilities of IoT and to encourage collaborative business solutions among its partners within the greater business community.

Guadalajara Connectory

The Guadalajara Connectory focuses on building communities in mobility solutions, smart city, mining, agriculture and Industry 4.0. This location is the first IoT innovation space in Jalisco, Mexico, providing the resources necessary to educate and enable a diverse group of startups and organizations collaborating to build future solutions in IoT.

Stuttgart Connectory

The Stuttgart Connectory focuses on digital supply chain and logistics, data-driven technologies and the future of information technology.

This location enables startups and corporate partners to drive new business models in IoT.

Shanghai Connectory​

The Shanghai Connectory focuses on building communities in mobility solutions, smart home, smart community and Industry 4.0 . The Shanghai Connectory is designed and established to create a vibrant and connected local IoT ecosystem in China.

Curitiba Connectory

The Curitiba Connectory is the first Connectory location in South America, and and it has a partnership with Habitat Senai. The mission is to build a connected world, promoting connections and partnerships that will accelerate the innovation process and will generate an impact on the creation of innovative solutions between startups, companies, universities and the community.

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