The Bing Maps team will be at Microsoft Inspire 2018, in Las Vegas, Nevada, July 15 through the 18th. If you are registered for the event, stop by the Bing Maps booth, as well as attend our sessions.
Bing Maps sessions details:
How Partners are Building Intelligent Experiences with Search and Geospatial
Breakout session: July 18, 2018 at 2:30 pm
The Bing APIs offer a wide range of solutions for customers to enable customized apps and services. From Cognitive Services search engine services (web, image, visual, news, video, entity, and more) to geospatial mapping and fleet management solutions, these enterprise grade APIs allow customers the ability to create customized, intelligent and immersive experiences harnessing the power of Bing. Join this session and learn how partners are using Bing APIs.
Open Source Tools and Developing with Bing Maps and Search APIs
Theater session: July 16, 2018 at 3:30 pm
Open source tools for developers are changing the way companies can integrate the latest location technologies from Bing Maps or intelligent search from using Bing APIs. In this session we'll review several of these new tools and provide insight on how you can accelerate your geospatial application development.
Mobile Workforce Location Tracking with Bing Maps
Theater session: July 16, 2018 at 4:00 pm
If your business relies on coordinating your mobile workforce, this theater session is essential viewing. We'll look at Bing Maps Fleet Tracker which leverages the mobile phones your staff is already carrying to provide a real-time dashboard of where your assets are located. You’ll learn how to do a one click deployment to have your tracking solution live on Azure in just minutes, including location based alerts.
If you are not able to attend Microsoft Inspire 2018, we will share news and updates on the blog after the conference and post recordings of the Bing Maps sessions on https://www.microsoft.com/maps.
For more information about the Bing Maps Platform, go to https://www.microsoft.com/maps/choose-your-bing-maps-API.aspx.
– Bing Maps Team
Source: Bing Blog Feed