At Microsoft, we’re focused on simplifying the Internet of Things (IoT) by making it easier to quickly build secure, smart devices that leverage the intelligent cloud while harnessing the full power of the intelligent edge, including artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and robotics.
This week at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany, we’re announcing new products and services to help make this real for device manufacturers, solution developers, and customers. With both a digital and in person presence, there are multiple ways to keep up with all that is going on with Microsoft via attending Digital roundtables, stopping by the demonstrations at our booth and our partner's booths to see the latest.
Azure RTOS and Azure's IoT Partners like ST, Microchip, Renesas and NXP have been hard at work lighting up a way to connect cellular hardware up the cloud. Stop by the booth to learn about more about this exciting work or go to aka.ms/azure-iot-lwm2m to read about the progress made in this space.
Connecting to a device to the cloud securely has never been easier. Listen in to Azure IoT RTOS' roundtable discussion with STMicroelectronics ( Connecting IoT Devices Securely to Azure Cloud Services ) on how they are approaching solutions. Read more about that at aka.ms/msft-mcu-security. Additionally, stop by the booth as well to chat with the team about the STM32U5 Quick connect demo showing a board connecting to a cloud solution in 5 minutes.
Embedded development is coming to VS Code. Learn about all the new embedded capabilities in Visual Studio Code at their Roundtable: Embedded Development in VS Code. They will be covering how to bring in an IAR compiler and debug your firmware with the new extension from IAR. Get all the goodness of VS Code with the power of the tools you're accustomed to.
Azure Edge Secured-Core is something new that allows partners to differentiate their products by validating device hardware is rooted in trust, devices are built secure, and devices can remain secure through renewable security. Catch it at Announcing Edge Secured-Core for Windows IoT . Continuing in security, don't miss the Azure Sphere session on how to Quickly Develop Secure and Trustworthy IoT Devices.
Microsoft's booth will be in Hall 4, Booth 4-238
Hall 4 Map highlighting the Microsoft Booth 4-238
Roundtables / Digital Events
June 21 | 10:00 - 10:30 GMT+2
Join us to learn more about our Windows IoT Roadmap and live questions and answers.
June 21 | 11:00 - 11:30 GMT+2
Building a modern IoT product requires knowledge in a number of areas – OS development, security, certificate management, update services, etc. However, in most cases, these are platform fundamentals. The time and resources you spend to develop the expertise to implement and maintain these properly is time that you aren‘t spending on your product‘s differentiating value. In this session, learn about the capabilities of Azure Sphere, Microsoft‘s secure IoT platform, and how customers have used Azure Sphere to quickly build IoT devices.
June 21 | 14:00-14:30 GMT+2
Edge Secured-core is an incremental certification in the Azure Certified Device program for IoT devices running a full operating system, such as Linux or Windows 10 IoT. This program enables partners to differentiate their products by validating device hardware is rooted in trust, devices are built secure, and devices can remain secure through renewable security.
June 21 | 15:00 -15:30 GMT+2
Learn about new embedded capabilities in Visual Studio Code. Peripheral registers and RTOS objects are now available to help you diagnose issues in your firmware development, track your toolset dependencies in a manifest that can be restored in a single command and you can also bring your IAR compiler and debug your firmware with the new extension from IAR.
June 21 | 15:30 - 16:00 GMT+2
Security has been identified as a key barrier to cloud IoT market adoption. STMicroelectronics and Microsoft will introduce how to connect securely to Azure IoT Cloud Services using the STM32U5 IoT Discovery Kit and visualize real-time sensor data in minutes using Azure IoT Central.
Windows IoT + ARM | Exhibitor Forum Hall 2: Booth 2-520 | Livestream
June 21 | 16:00 - 16:30 GMT+2
Join us to learn more about our Windows IoT on Arm offering with NXP. This combination offers the small footprint, low power, and low-cost benefits of NXP's i.MX 8M family, without compromising on Windows application compatibility or graphics capabilities.
Booth Demonstrations | Hall 4, Booth 4-238
- AI based predictive Maintenance
- STM32U5 MCU security framework connecting to Azure IoT Central
- STM32U5 securely Over the air with ADU (on-demand)
- STM32F7 GUIX demo
Azure IoT Partners
- Quick Connect of the ST U5 -
- Cellular Hardware showcase & modems: ST U5, Renesas RA+, RX, Microchip SAME54 & NXP LPC569+, ST L4+