The Windows Sensor and Location platform, new for Windows 7, enables your computer and applications to adapt to their current environment and provide location base services and application. But sensors are external or logical devices that require a driver
to connect to Windows 7. Join Gavin Gear, product team PM, and Yochay Kiriaty, Technical Evangelist, as we dive deep into the Windows 7 Sensor and Location driver architecture, learning the different about its different components and how to build one.
This is part 2 and here is the link to part 1.
Additional videos in this series:
- Windows 7 Sensor and Location Platform Overview
- Windows 7 Location Overview
- Windows 7 Sensor and Location - Deep Dive into Location
Windows 7 Developer Training Kit, you can find three labs about Windows 7 Sensor and Location Platform.
You can find additional information about the Windows 7 Sensor and Location Platform in the:
- Send email with any questions to - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Windows 7 Sensor and Location Platform Developer Center on MSDN
Windows 7 Sensor and Location Platform
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PDC session recording - Windows 7: The Sensor and Location Platform: Building Context-Aware Applications