I(o)T takes two! Meet Azure Digital Twins

The newest IoT kids on the block Azure Digital Twins allow the customer to create rich models that allow optimizations of the general flow of business in IoT solutions.

Digital Twins is a platform for developers to model the real world, controlled using a rich set of REST APIs and C# SDK. In this session, we are going through all the new capabilities of the new Azure Digital Twin platform. Glenn will show you how to model your Digital Twin Graph and use the live execution environment to create a rich ecosystem for your IoT data processing.

Attendees will learn when and how Azure Digital Twins is ideal for their IoT solution. Making sure they are ready to build the next generation of IoT platforms.


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Glenn Colpaert

Glenn Colpaert

Azure MVP | CTO at Zure Belgium

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