Apr 22, 2021
INDIANAPOLIS, IN—On Tuesday, Mesh Systems hosted its first Azure Virtual Workshop with the intention of informing attendees about the potential of the Microsoft Azure suite of services.
The 6-hour event included key insights from Microsoft’s 2020 IoT Signals Report, an overview of Mesh’s successful history as pioneers in IoT and culminated in a hands-on workshop with attendees. Greg Dettinger, Mesh’s Director of Strategic Partnerships, along with Kyle Zeronik, Mesh’s VP of Engineering, walked attendees through best practices for edge-to-cloud computing, integrating existing systems with enhanced data, AI, and analytics, as well as exploring how IoT solutions can support sustainability commitments.
Due to the virtual nature of the Azure Virtual Workshop, the webinar was held entirely through Microsoft Teams and allowed attendees to see the physical devices that Mesh had created as the use-cases were explained.
“IoT solutions are adopted by companies across a variety of industries as the intelligent edge continues to grow. The Azure Virtual Workshop: Internet of Things (IoT) provides an exclusive opportunity to learn more about Azure IoT Hub, Azure Sphere, Azure IoT Edge & more,” a Microsoft statement on the AVW reads. “You will be able to gain insights to streamline operations and save money. Get a high-level, hands-on introduction to Azure products.”
To view some of the case studies that were explored during the Azure Virtual Workshop, visits the “Results” page located at the top banner of the Mesh website.
About Mesh Systems
Mesh Systems is an Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions Innovator providing enterprise-grade implementations to Fortune 500 companies. Our engineers have deep expertise across IoT hardware design, embedded software development, wireless systems, and cloud-based business applications. With 15 years of experience delivering real solutions to real customers, Mesh Systems is the ideal partner to develop new connected products, scale your proof-of-concept to commercial volumes, or complement & enable internal teams.