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Webinar: Drones Take-off with IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk

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When: April 26, 2016 | 2:00 p.m. Eastern / 11:00 a.m. Pacific

Suppose your business involves surveying large properties or documenting large-scale property damage. Cost for aerial survey photographs is usually high and the turnaround time long. What if you could reduce both cost and time by at least 75%?

In this webinar, by perfectly addressing this hypothetical use case, Developer Advocate Andy Trice demonstrates the power of IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk for mobile/IoT applications.

Andy walks through the process of developing these components: an iOS user interface for an app that connects to a quadcopter drone; logic for saving a photo to a Bluemix Cloudant database instance; the OpenWhisk event-trigger package and action (in Node.js) that send each photo to the Watson Visual Recognition service, receive and post the tagging results in a Node.js runtime, and push an access URL back to the mobile app–all while the quadcopter is still in flight.

Featured Speaker:

Andrew Trice – MobileFirst Developer Advocate with IBM

Senior Content Strategist, WW Marketing

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