Moovit, the leading mobility as a service (MaaS) solutions company and the maker of the world’s #1 urban mobility app, together with Microsoft’s Azure Maps, and Aira, the AI remote assistance platform, are announcing a joint partnership which will make public transit more accessible for blind and visually impaired people around the globe.
Azure Maps is proud to share the preview of a new set of Weather Services for Azure customers to integrate into their applications.
Azure Maps services continue to expand our support for Microsoft enterprise customers’ needs in Azure. And, we’ve been busy expanding our capabilities.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the beginning of accessing planetary-scale insights. With the mass adoption of IoT and the very near future explosion of sensors, connectivity, and computing, humanity is on the cusp of a fully connected, intelligent world.
Throughout our Internet of Things (IoT) journey we’ve seen solutions evolve from device-centric models, to spatially-aware solutions that provide real-world context.
Mobility has become the center of an array of new technologies running the gamut from cloud-based algorithms and ride-sharing services, to edge cognition, assisted driving, and traffic pattern analysis – all in an effort to move people and things from one location to another more efficiently.
The mobility space is at the forefront of the most complex challenges faced by cities and urban areas today. The movement of people and things is as much a driver of opportunity as it is an agent of chaos, aggravating existing challenges of traffic, pollution, and unbalanced livelihoods.
Real-time location intelligence is critical for business operations. From getting real-time road data, to building asset-tracking solutions for navigating drone fleets.
Today we are excited to announce multiple new features available designed to support Azure Maps customers. Azure Maps represents a new vision of map services aiding Azure enterprise customers through their digital transformation.
Over recent years, one of the most dynamic landscapes undergoing digital transformation is the modern city. Amid increasing urbanization, cities must grapple with questions around how to strengthen their local economies, manage environmental resources, mitigate pollution and create safer, more accessible societies.