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Evelyn Fowler 2018-10-30
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Microsoft today introduced the Windows SDK in public preview for developers to make Windows 10 applications that can control DJI drones.

Hardware like robotic components, sensors, or actuators that may be included on a drone can also be integrated using the SDK.

Also announced today: AirMap, a service that helps users stay in compliance with local law and avoid collision with other drones, will use Azure as its exclusive cloud partner.

AirMap is currently being used for Skyguide, a nationwide airspace management system in Switzerland.

The first beyond-line-of-sight operations began earlier this year with drone manufacturer Matternet, who’s working with Swiss Post and a hospital to deliver laboratory samples.

The purpose of the Windows SDK and AirMap deal is to give enterprise customers more ways to quickly deploy AI-powered drones for things like security or maintenance inspections and other tasks that can be automated with computer vision, Azure IoT director Sam George said in a blog post.

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Evelyn Fowler 2018-10-30
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Microsoft today introduced the Windows SDK in public preview for developers to make Windows 10 applications that can control DJI drones.

Hardware like robotic components, sensors, or actuators that may be included on a drone can also be integrated using the SDK.

Also announced today: AirMap, a service that helps users stay in compliance with local law and avoid collision with other drones, will use Azure as its exclusive cloud partner.

AirMap is currently being used for Skyguide, a nationwide airspace management system in Switzerland.

The first beyond-line-of-sight operations began earlier this year with drone manufacturer Matternet, who’s working with Swiss Post and a hospital to deliver laboratory samples.

The purpose of the Windows SDK and AirMap deal is to give enterprise customers more ways to quickly deploy AI-powered drones for things like security or maintenance inspections and other tasks that can be automated with computer vision, Azure IoT director Sam George said in a blog post.

Donny Stiteler 2021-03-31
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Michael Lofton 2021-03-15
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Developers adopting latest and greatest will have to tangle with XAML

Microsoft has released its second preview of .NET 6, but confirmed there will be no visual designer for WinUI 3.0 when it comes out in November this year.…

Victor Mcbride 2021-01-25
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Going low-level with C# and more

The Win32 API is being opened up to more languages by Microsoft via the win32metadata project.…

Thomas Brazier 2021-03-31
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