Using Microsoft HoloLens, thyssenkrupp‘s24,000+ service technicians will be able to visualize and identify problems with elevators ahead of a job, and have remote, hands-free access to technical and expert information when onsite – all resulting in significant savings in time and stress. (and outages)
What is the Internet of Things and what is Microsoft doing about it?
These are high level questions we have not addressed thoroughly yet on the IoT Show. Tom Davis, PM lead in the IoT Business Acceleration team, joins us for a whiteboard session to literally draw us the big picture.
There is a team within Azure working closely with customers on special projects, integrating latest Azure technologies.
In this episode of the IoT Show, come and see there secret lab just before Build to get a sneak peak at some of the demos they were preparing for the event. Drones, Azure IoT, Machine Learning on the edge and lots of fun!
Build 2018 takes place next week and it promises to have plenty Internet of Things goodness.
Here is a sneak peak at one of the sessions about Azure Sphere.
BBC Click explores the future of automation in agriculture and the role of AI in growing our food in the future.
This extension is a complement to the Azure IoT Toolkit and brings all the functionality you need to develop modules and configurations for Azure IoT Edge devices.
Bringing an IoT project from proof-of-concept to production is not an easy task, especially if the Cloud and IT are not your core business.
Elite partners like Codit, will help customers integrate Azure IoT solutions and drive projects to production. Sam Vanhoutte joined Olivier on the IoT Show to share some of Codit’s experiences and how, with Azure IoT, they helped their customers achieve their digital transformation. Learn more about Codit’s IoT Gateway app Nebulus: https://appsource.microsoft.com/en-us/product/web-apps/codit.nebulus
The team building the Azure IoT Hub platform is permanently listening and adapting to customers requirements and needs, and as you’ll hear in this episode of the IoT Show, much has been added since the service first went live 2 years ago.
Here is an update on the latest features added to the Azure IoT Hub service and SDKs, directly from Kevin Miller, lead of the Azure IoT platform PM team.
Jon Gallant works with customers on a daily basis to help them build Azure IoT solutions. In this video, he walks us through how to get started with IoT Edge Development from scratch using the Azure IoT Edge Runtime and the Azure IoT Portal.
If you’r curious about how to build your own Magic Mirror, the Youtube channel Nerdphilia has a walkthough, complete with pet shenanigans.