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Posted: Wed,07 Nov 2018 03:13:10 GMT
Back in the desktop era and early stages of computing, software developers were just programmers. Then, as the age of mobile dawned, we found software engineers identifying as mobile-first developers in the knowledge that all apps are inevitably accessed by mobile devices for some of all of their existence. A similar epiphany has happened with cloud computing -- and now many developers would consider themselves to be cloud-first cloud-native programmers working in the always-on virtualized world of cloud. Next, we need to welcome the drone developer. These are software programmers who dedicate themselves to building drone ‘steering’ control apps, obviously. But these are also programmers who build drone applications that sit on the drone devices themselves to analyze the worlds that they fly into. Much of this software will need to communicate with the mothership (the cloud datacenter) before it can process data and make any decisions -- but a new breed of software is being developed that is capable of making decisions without a connection. Continue to read > https://www.forbes.com/sites/adrianbridgwater/2018/11/07/microsoft-solidifies-azure-cloud-for-drones/#5e27f77f43d0 #drone #drones #uav #uas #DroneExpert #Tech #DroneOperator #Aviation #MultiRotor #Quadcopter #sUAS #Rpas #Cloud #Microsoft
Topics: drone, drones, uav, uas, rpas, suas, usv, uuv, rov, ugv
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