Because of Azure Sphere Security Service, a.k.a. “AS3” (, Azure Sphere devices are more secure when they’re connected.

Caitie McCaffrey, leading the Azure Sphere Security Service engineering team joins us on the IoT Show to tell us what her team delivers and why device developers should care.

Learn more about Azure Sphere and its Security Service visiting

Andon is a methodology originally designed by Toyota in the 80’s to allow responding faster and more efficiently to issues on manufacturing lines.

Skoda is modernizing the methodology to allow operators to respond more quickly to production problems, as well as automatically notify supervisors, leveraging Azure IoT Hub and Office 365.

Stepan Bechynsky joins us on the IoT Show to show how the solution implemented at Skoda works using the “hello world” of IoT demos: a simple button that operators can press to signal problems on a piece of equipment and that integrates into business applications such as Microsoft Teams.

You can learn more about Andon at

Businesses can now run cloud intelligence directly on IoT devices at the edge managed by Azure IoT Central (

This new feature helps businesses connect and manage Edge devices, deploy edge software modules, publish insights, and take actions at-scale – all from within IoT Central.

In this episode of the IoT Show, Ranga Vadlamudi, Principal PM in the Azure IoT team joins Olivier to demo how the integration works.

To learn more about IoT Edge devices support in Azure IoT Central, visit

The Vision AI DevKit ( is a smart camera device powered by Azure IoT Edge. Equiped with a camera and microphones, it allows developing proof of concept (or even actual) projects implementing advanced image and sound analytics directly on the device.In a previous episode (, Mahesh Yadav showed us the unboxing and first time experience with the device.

In this new episode, Mahesh is back to show us how you can train and deploy new AI models on the device in a matter of minutes.

Check out the Vision AI devkit site to learn more and take it for a spin:

With Farmbeats, Microsoft is making data-driven agriculture simple and affordable.

Watch this intriguing episode to learn about Farmbeats, ( a new Azure offering currently in preview and available on Azure Marketplace.

Understand how Farmbeats enables partners to make farmers more efficient by providing visibility into how much water is in the soil, what the soil conditions are, how plants are growing, and more. Learn from Dr. Ranveer Chandra, Chief Scientist, Azure Global, about the amazing solution to the challenge of connecting to farms (leveraging unused TV channels!) developed by Microsoft.

Hear how data is stored in Farmbeats Datahub and analyzed using AI and ML to provide valuable insights like where sensors should be optimally placed. Jeff Hollan, Principal PM Manager, shows how simple it is to use IoT Plug and Play to connect a new sensors, drones, or robots to Farmbeats.

Jeff demonstrates how easy it is for a partner to enable a farmer to view pressure, temperature, and humidity from a sensor on his/her farm using Azure IoT Central.

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Have you ever tried to transfer 1M of data when your IoT device has only 2K of RAM?

If so, then this IoT show is for you! (

Marcos Perez Mokarzel and Dane Walton, Software Developers on the Azure Device SDK team, appear in this episode to talk about the uStream library, written in the C language.

uStream is an Azure utility library for embedded and constrained devices. It enables developers to expose and use large amounts of data without the need for large amounts of memory.

Marcos gives an overview of the constrained memory use cases that IoT device developers face and Dane steps through how the uStream library solves these issues. Dane presents a system level overview of the uStream library and demos ustream_read(), ustream_clone(), and more .

Azure Maps Mobility Services make the life of an IoT developer easier and they contribute towards a great end user experience.

Watch this episode to see Outi Nyman, Senior Program Manager, Azure Maps, step through the APIs for these services.

Designed to support developers creating smart city applications that move people and things from one place to another, they help create applications that decrease traffic congestion and increase air quality.

The Mobility Service APIs for Azure Maps are brought to life in partnership with Moovit, Inc. Moovit combines information from public transit operators and authorities with live information from its user community to offer a real-time picture of public transit services, including stops, route information, and travel time estimations.