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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Microsoft’s focus on sustainability-related efforts forms the backdrop for the topic tackled in this blogpost: our partnership with Accenture on the application of AI technologies toward solving the challenging problem of methane emissions detection, quantification, and remediation in the oil and gas industry.
Today we are unveiling Microsoft Fabric—an end-to-end, unified analytics platform that brings together all the data and analytics tools that organizations need.
As enterprises continue to adopt the Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and AI to analyze processes and data from their equipment, the need for high-speed, low-latency wireless connections are rapidly growing. Companies are already seeing benefits from deploying private 5G networks to enable their solutions, especially in the manufacturing, healthcare, and retail sectors. The potential of…
Prebuilt, edge-to-cloud, retail-specific technology solutions can help retailers increase the value of their data, empower store associates, elevate customer shopping experiences, and enable real-time sustainable supply chains.
We’re focused on enabling industrial IoT solution providers and customer operations to be successful, and those efforts haven’t gone unnoticed. For the third year in a row, Gartner has positioned Microsoft as a leader in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Global industrial IoT Platforms.
Azure IoT can help transform businesses to be more efficient, manage renewable energy production, reduce waste, or accelerate the development and launch of sustainably oriented apps. A range of end-to-end solutions from our partners addresses sustainability in a variety of ways.
As we continue to build out our sustainability guidance to help our customers achieve their sustainability goals using Azure, our goal is to meet you where you are and help you do more with less—whether you’re building cloud-native applications, operating in hybrid environments, or evaluating solutions for organization-wide emissions reporting.
Gartner has positioned Microsoft as a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Industrial IoT Platforms for the second year in a row. And Frost and Sullivan named the platform the Global IoT platform of the year. In 2022, Microsoft continues to double down on Azure services to provide enterprises with business-critical IoT solutions.
Microsoft technology provides a simple-to-use app and the integration needed to handle end-to-end testing and allow Tuskegee students to return to school safely.