With technologies like open industrial IoT, advanced analytics, and AI, Microsoft Azure ensures manufacturing organizations are well-equipped to understand, mitigate, and validate their environmental impacts.
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As industries around the world accelerate their digital transformation to reduce operational expenses, create new service offerings and achieve sustainability goals, Industrial IoT platforms are playing a foundational role. This is why we are sharing that Gartner has positioned Microsoft as a Leader in the 2021 Magic Quadrant for Industrial IoT Platforms for the second year in a row.
This month’s webinar is “Unlock the Future of Azure IoT through Power Platform.” In this blog, I will briefly recap LCAD on Azure, provide an overview of IoT on Azure and Azure Functions, how to pull an Azure Function into Power Automate, and how to integrate your Power Automate flow into Power Apps.
Embracing digital transformation in Industrial IoT requires companies to rethink and shift business models and operations. Doing so, however, has become more difficult in the past six months due to production slowdowns, restrictions on employee movement with social distancing, and rapidly shifting market demands.
Azure IoT is uniquely positioned as a fully open, flexible platform that spans industry applications and simplifies the development process. At Microsoft Ignite, we shared the latest from Azure IoT and how partners and customers are using these innovations in amazing ways.
Learn how Bosch Building Technologies, Bentley Systems, Schneider Electric, and ICONICS use Azure IoT to deliver the benefits of smart buildings.
As a leader in innovative city solutions, the Town of Cary saw an opportunity to use technology to predict and manage flood events.
Today, we’re announcing additional collaborations with industry leaders, which together represent the vast majority of the market for 32-bit MCUs.
The increased use of renewables, resiliency challenges, and sustainability concerns are all disrupting the energy industry today.
Providers, payors, pharmaceuticals, and life sciences companies are leading the next wave of healthcare innovation by utilizing connected devices.