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Building Autonomous Systems with Microsoft AI

This video is a powerful example of how autonomous systems can be aligned to intelligently perform routine tasks. Toyota Material Handling partnered with Microsoft using AirSim (an open source simulation platform originally developed to teach drones or robots to learn in high fidelity simulated environments) to train a forklift on tasks like picking up a pallet. This video illustrates the vision for a future warehouse with pre-trained, intelligent forklifts assisting people in everyday activities.

Faster together: How citizens plus pros are reshaping app dev with low code

In this digital briefing, learn how IT teams are embracing citizen development within their organizations. Join the excitement surrounding low-code solutions among IT staff and explore best practices for creating teams that encourage collaboration between citizen and professional developers. Start your app journey here. Read More...

Use popular frameworks like .NET, Java, Ruby, PHP, or Python to build and deploy with Microsoft App Service

With Modernize .NET, use popular frameworks like .NET, Java, Ruby, PHP, or Python to build and deploy with Microsoft App Service. View: Use popular frameworks like .NET, Java, Ruby, PHP, or Python to build and deploy with Microsoft App Service

Spanish Red Cross—integrated data and Power BI

Learn how the Spanish Red Cross is leveraging Microsoft technology to unite data sources, drive insights, and forecast demand for critical humanitarian services. Read More...

Migration strategies

This infographic outlines the 4 different strategies available to migrate your apps to Microsoft: rehost, refactor, rearchitect, or rebuild. View: Migration strategies

Reliable Electric: Power platform customer story

This case study tells the success story of Lars Peterson, a citizen developer and general manager at Reliable Electric in Canada. Teaching himself Power Apps, Microsoft Flow, and SQL, Lars built a simple but powerful app that accelerates the bidding process for electricians. Ultimately, his company replaced proprietary bidding software that cost $2,000 per seat, transforming the business and improving the bottom line. Learn how you can start saving, too. Read More...

How blockchain will transform the modern supply chain

Contemporary supply chains have opened up a world of connected commerce far beyond what previous generations imagined possible. Traditional methods for managing shared processes - such as manual inspections, after-the-fact audits, and record reconciliation - are expensive, time-consuming, and error-prone. Modern supply chains demand a better solution. Blockchain is a secure, shared, distributed ledger that allows for supply chain visibility. It is uniquely positioned to help create trust, transparency, and accountability between many parties in supply chain scenarios. View: How blockchain will transform the modern supply chain