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IoT Deep Dive Live: Building End to End Industrial Solutions with PTC ThingWorx and Azure

IoT Deep Dive Live: Building End to End Industrial Solutions with PTC ThingWorx and Azure

Learn about: ThingWorx, Vuforia Studio, Azure IoT, Dynamics Special Guests: Joseph Biron – PTC – CTO of IoT Neal Hagermoser – Global ThingWorx COE Lead Chafia Aouissi – Microsoft, Azure IoT Host: Pamela Cortez – Microsoft, Azure IoT Industries and use cases: Smart connected product manufactures in the verticals of: Automotive, Industrial Equipment, Aerospace, Electronics…

Third Party IoT solution Accelerators

Third Party IoT solution Accelerators

Leverage partner built, open sourced, Solution Accelerators to expedite your IoT solution development. Several Microsoft partners have developed solutions ranging from edge video analytics, to digital signage, to remote well monitoring for oil and gas. These are published under our partner’s GitHub repositories and free for anyone to use, rebrand, or even resell. Visit the…

Azure IoT Edge VM on Azure Marketplace

Azure IoT Edge VM on Azure Marketplace

Looking to get started deploying intelligence to the edge, or how you can scale up your edge intelligence testing? The new Azure Marketplace offer “Azure IoT Edge on Ubuntu” makes both easy. Learn more in this episode of the IoT Show with Greg Manyak, PM from the Azure IoT Platform show, and Olivier. Get the…

Azure IoT Device Agent for Windows

Azure IoT Device Agent for Windows

Customers across industries, whether in an industrial setting or retail environment, are looking for ways to remotely provision and manage their IoT devices. Direct device access may not always be feasible when IoT devices are out in the field or on the factory floor. Microsoft Azure IoT Device Agent enables operators to configure, monitor and…

What’s new with Windows IoT in 2019

What’s new with Windows IoT in 2019

Find out what Microsoft Windows IoT has planned for 2019! Get an early look into how Windows IoT can help you quickly build safe, smart devices that can be the foundation of your IoT solutions. Join the Microsoft team at an #IoTInAction event: https://iotinactionevents.com Learn more about Windows IoT: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/overview/iot Develop with Windows IoT: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/iot

Azure IoT Hub Device Streams

Azure IoT Hub Device Streams

To help securely connect to and manage IoT devices located behind firewalls or inside private networks, Azure IoT Hub team introduces Azure IoT Hub device streams offering secure general-purpose communication tunnels through the Azure cloud to IoT devices. Check out, Reza Sherafat Kazemzadeh, Sr PM for Azure IoT Hub, showcasing the new capabilities. Learn more…

Export data from your IoT Central app to Azure Event Hubs and Azure Service Bus

Export data from your IoT Central app to Azure Event Hubs and Azure Service Bus

Learn about how to export device data to your Azure Blob storage, Azure Event Hub, and Azure Service Bus using continuous data export in IoT Central. We’ll talk about how to set up continuous export to export measurements, devices, and device template data to your destination and how to use this data. Get more details…

Build workflows with Azure IoT Central connector for Microsoft Flow

Build workflows with Azure IoT Central connector for Microsoft Flow

Learn about how to send a message to your Microsoft Teams channel when a rule is fired in your IoT Central app using Microsoft Flow. We’ll cover what is Microsoft Flow, and go through how to build workflows easily using the hundreds of connectors available. Get more details about continuous data export in docs https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/iot-central/howto-add-microsoft-flow…

Running AI on IoT microcontroller devices with ELL

Running AI on IoT microcontroller devices with ELL

How about designing and deploying intelligent machine-learned models onto resource constrained platforms and small single-board computers, like Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and micro:bit? How interesting would that be? This is exactly what the open source Embedded Learning Library (ELL) project is about. The deployed models run locally, without requiring a network connection and without relying on…