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.
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.
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.
I’m excited to announce some new capabilities added to Azure Maps. We’re unveiling some highly useful features to further bolster Azure Maps to ensure our enterprise customers have everything they…
This week Mapbox announced it will integrate its Vision SDK with the Microsoft Azure IoT platform, enabling developers to build innovative applications and solutions for smart cities, the automotive…
Azure Location Based Services has a new name – Azure Maps; and, as of today, I’m thrilled to announce Azure Maps’ are offered for general availability.
Today we announced the public preview availability of Azure Location Based Services (LBS) – A portfolio of geospatial service APIs natively integrated into Azure that enable developers, enterprises…