Digital Twins change how we use IoT and bridge the gap between the digital and physical worlds. They turn your Islands of Things into an Internet of Things. In this talk, I will share insights on the exciting opportunities Digital Twins provides and the Azure Digital Twins PaaS offering that enables it.
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Microsoft Learning Path to gain an understanding of how to model any environment, and bring digital twins to life in a scalable and secure manner, connect assets such as IoT devices and existing business systems, use a robust event system to build dynamic business logic and data processing, and integrate with Azure data, analytics, and AI services to help you track the past and then predict the future.
In this quickstart, you’ll explore a prebuilt Azure Digital Twins graph, with the help of a sample application called Azure Digital Twins (ADT) Explorer. You use ADT Explorer to:
A Microsoft learn tutorial to set up a full end-to-end solution driven by live data from your environment, you can connect your Azure Digital Twins instance to other Azure services for the management of devices and data.
The IoT Show from Microsoft brings you an overview of the new capabilities for the Azure Digital Twins, from some of the people working on the platform. Azure Digital Twins is the IoT platform that enables the creation of next-generation IoT connected solutions that model the real world. In this video, you will not only learn about the new features but you will also see them in action as we walk through how to get started with the service!
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