Solving real world problems using ML.Net and Azure IoT edge

Life is strange for IoT devices. They are 'born' in the outside world all alone, or they are on the move, or they are located in places which are hazardous, not easy to access, and nobody is there to nurture them.
But still, they have to execute logic locally and make intelligent decisions on their own using eg. ML.
Luckily, Azure IoT Edge comes to the rescue Zero-touch provisioning and deployment.
In this session, attendees learn how Azure IoT Edge is brought to life successfully for intelligence on the edge and how Azure provisioning services help unattended provisioning.

Sander van de Velde

Sander van de Velde

IoT Platform Architect at Atos and Microsoft IoT MVP

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