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DJI adds new hardware, software and partnerships Events 

DJI adds new hardware, software and partnerships

AirWorks 2018 Bolsters The DJI Platform For Businesses, Governments, And Others Ready To Do Their Work Better With Professional Drones NEW YORK, Oct. 31, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, today opened the doors to its third annual AirWorks enterprise drone conference by showcasing new hardware, software and strategic partnerships, expanding the... Read More
DJI and Microsoft partner to bring advanced drone technology to the enterprise News Press releases 

DJI and Microsoft partner to bring advanced drone technology to the enterprise

New Developer Tools For Windows And Azure IoT Edge Services Enable Real-Time AI And Machine Learning For Drones REDMOND, Wash., May 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, and Microsoft Corp. have announced a strategic partnership to bring advanced AI and machine learning capabilities to DJI drones, helping businesses harness the power... Read More
Swing joins Microsoft News 

Swing joins Microsoft

SAN FRANCISCO, November 6, 2017 – It was announced today that Swing Technologies, makers of the acclaimed ‘living photo’ app SWNG, will bring its talent and technology to Microsoft. Swing employees will join the Skype team at Microsoft. The Swing team will bring industry leading expertise in imaging technology and customer experiences to deliver on key innovations for Skype messaging and... Read More
IPOs can stifle innovation, according to Stanford study Market research 

IPOs can stifle innovation, according to Stanford study

We’ve all seen it a dozen times. Ground-breaking creative company files an IPO, then stagnates. Pick your example: Pets.com, Zynga, Facebook, Groupon, Pandora, etc. Having a popular service or clever marketing gimmick doesn’t necessarily translate into stock-market success. But according to an article in BusinessWeek, an IPO can also have a chilling effect on innovation. “Companies that succeed in going... Read More
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