Here’s an interesting AI/geospatial talk posted by Esri Events

In 2018, the DoD’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) selected Esri to operationalize artificial intelligence in a geospatial context. See how Esri is working with the JAIC to develop the workflows and AI models to turn imagery into actionable products.

Learn how to use Azure Maps (aka.ms/MapsTechCommunity) to analyze a catchment area around a retail store. ShiSh

Shridhar, Principal PM in the Azure IoT Team , who spent 15 years on the Microsoft Industry Retail team, will demo how to build a catchment analysis for a café in downtown Seattle.

Learn how Azure Maps can pull in data on locations, competitors, traffic, and public transit through Microsoft partnerships with TomTom and Moovit.

Azure Maps also ingests data from any data provider including companies that offer human mobility data.

Watch the video below to see how a catchment analysis can help a retailer analyze business disruptors, decide where best to open a store, or identify opportunities for expanding business.

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In this episode of the IoT Show, the subject is Azure Maps. Chris Pendleton, PM Lead for the service, gives us an overview of what Azure Maps is, who uses Azure Maps, how Azure Maps is being used across our customer base and how you can start using Azure Maps today.

Tune in to watch the Azure Maps IoT Show Deep Dive episode live on March 6 at 9AM PST or later on demand at https://aka.ms/iotshow/iotdeepdive/002

Learn more about Azure Maps: http://azuremaps.com

Create a Free Account (Azure): https://aka.ms/aft-iot

I’ve long been a fan of integrating maps into applications, especially given how easy it is to get started. But there’s a lot more to mapping than just figuring out where the nearest Starbucks is.

Learn about the cartography design process as well as the robust data behind the curtains.

 

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