Building Smart Drones with Azure(利用Azure搭建智能无人机)

Chinese Intermediate Internet of Things

Drones are more formally known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or unmanned aircraft systems. Essentially, a drone is a flying robot that can be remotely controlled or fly autonomously using software-controlled flight plans in its embedded systems. More and more drones are used in a range of civilian roles, including search and rescue, surveillance, agriculture, firefighting, delivering service, and so on. In this session, we will talk about how to build your smart drones with Azure cloud services, such as Azure IoTEdge, Azure IoTHub, Azure Cognitive service and Azure Custom Vision. (无人机经常被称为无人飞行器或者是无人飞行系统。本质上来说,无人机就是一架可以远程遥控或者是自主飞行的机器人。现在,越来越多的无人机被用于民用领域,包括搜救、监控、农业、救火、快递等多种场景。在本节课程中,我们一起来讨论如何使用Azure构建一架智能无人机,其中使用的服务包括Azure IoTEdge、Azure IoTHub、Azure认知服务和Azure自定义视觉。)


Jiong Shi

Microsoft Azure MVP, Professor

Jiong Shi has been a Microsoft MVP for 13 years, and is interested in Azure IoT, Windows 10 IoT, Windows Embedded, and UWP. He received the M.S. and Ph.D. degree in Circuits and Systems from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China. He is a professor at the School of Computer and Electronic Engineering, Zhejiang Wanli University, China. He is the author of the book “Windows 10 IoT Application Developer Guide”, a blogger, and speaker for Ignite China. Jiong is active in the local developer community, speaking at technical conferences, writing articles on hackster, contributing to Windows IoT Core open-source projects, and serving as a mentor and Microsoft Community Contributor. Follow him on Twitter @dearsj001. Welcome to visit his blog:

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