Are you interested in connected vehicles?

In this video, you’ll get an overview of Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform (MCVP).

MCVP is plumbing—the undifferentiated, heavy lifting common across connected vehicle applications—that Microsoft has made available as a platform.

MCVP provides connectivity, message delivery to the vehicle, and software updates so OEMs can focus on creating a unique customer experience.

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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Get a sneak preview  (aka.ms/iotshow/IoTatIgnite) of what you’ll learn at Ignite on November 4-8, 2019, in Orlando, Florida or by streaming the event online.

  • Sam George will lead a breakout session covering the newest offerings from Microsoft IoT.
  • Galen Hunt will speak with Starbucks on their use of Azure Sphere.
  • Olivier Bloch and Arjmand Samuel will lead a demo-heavy deep dive exploring what’s available today to build a secure end-to-end IoT solution.

On site attendees will have the opportunity to get hands-on experiences.

Twenty-minute theater sessions will offer go deep into specific topics including Azure IoT Hub, Azure IoT Central, Azure Maps, Azure Time Series Insights, IoT Plug and Play, and Azure Security Center for IoT. Developers and operators will leave the event knowing how to make IoT smart, seamless, and secure.      

Learn more at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/ignite

Learn how you can send device telemetry messages (aka.ms/IoTShow/TelemetryOnEventGrid) from Azure IoT Hub to Azure Event Grid.

Ashita Rastogi, Senior PM, IoT Hub team, joins the IoT Show to dive into details about the advantages of this new feature as well as to demo it for viewers.

After the show, you’ll understand how you can build a solution that triggers a serverless application to deliver a notification on Microsoft Teams, when a new telemetry message is sent from your IoT Hub.

Learn what’s new in the IoT in Action events (aka.ms/iotshow/iotinactionevents) by joining Analisa Roberts, Director of Global IoT Marketing, and Sarah Maston, IoT Solution Architect.

The series will be kicking off in Santa Clara on October 10, and continuing in over 30 cities world-wide! IoT in Action is your chance to build new experiences and drive rapid innovation in your business with the intelligent edge – together with Microsoft and their IoT Partner ecosystem. Register today and leverage this unique opportunity to connect with customers and partners from across the IoT ecosystem.

Learn about LoRaWAN and The Things Network (https://aka.ms/iotshow/thethingsnetwork) from Johan Stokking, co-founder of The Things Network.

Did you know a LoRa device can run for a few years on a single AAA battery?

This makes LoRaWAN ideal for IoT scenarios.

Johan also discusses the Things Network and its community-driven effort to build a global LoRaWAN network now at 8500 gateways. Also, The Things Network now simplifies provisioning of LoRa devices with QR codes.

Finally, watch a demo of how to connect the LoRa infrastructure and a LoRa device to Azure in order to detect the freefall of the object.

IoT Plug and Play is now in public preview (https://aka.ms/IoTShow/IoTpnp).

In this episode of the IoT Show, you will see the new Azure IoT Central experience with native support for IoT Plug and Play.

Azure IoT Central has drastically simplified the task of building IoT solutions by eliminating the need for any cloud side development.

With IoT Plug and Play solution builders can explore a range of Azure IoT Certified Plug and Play devices; pick the devices that best fit their solution needs and build a production grade solution within days without having to write a single line of embedded code, drastically cutting down the time to market and costs.

After watching this short episode of the IoT Show and if you want to learn more, tune in (or watch on demand) the IoT Show Deep Dive episode: https://aka.ms/iotshow/deepdive/006

Azure Data Box Edge is as a server class target for Azure IoT Edge.

Sometimes people want to run more heavy-weight workloads via IoT Edge than fit on traditional gateways. Data Box Edge offers a server-class machine to do so.

During this episode of the IoT Show, get introduced the device capabilities and show a short demo of how simple it is to setup and configure from the Cloud.

Learn more HERE

Did you know that you can now train machine learning models with Azure ML once and deploy them in the Cloud (AKS/ACI) and on the edge (Azure IoT Edge) seamlessly thanks to ONNX Runtime inference engine.

In this new episode of the IoT Show, learn about the ONNX Runtime, the Microsoft built inference engine for ONNX models – its cross platform, cross training frameworks and op-par or better performance than existing inference engines.
From the description:
We will show how to train and containerize a machine learning model using Azure Machine Learning then deploy the trained model to a container service in the cloud and to an Azure IoT Edge device with IoT Edge across different HW platform – Intel, NVIDIA and Qualcomm.