Unlike Google and Apple, Microsoft does not have its own self-driving platform, but it does hope that their Azure cloud will be the brains behind much of these efforts.
On the Microsoft Transform blog, Microsoft wrote about the e.Go Mover project – an electrically powered self-driving bus which can seat as many as 10 people sitting plus five standing. The transporter would make on-demand pickups and drop-offs in urban areas while running on a battery that can last up to 10 hours and span up to 100 miles. e.GO Digital uses Microsoft Azure to drive safely and smartly in thick traffic.
Casimir Ortlieb, CEO and co-founder of e.GO Digital, hopes to bring the busses to three German cities: Aachen, in western Germany, Munich, and Friedrichshafen, in southern Germany. The company hopes to eventually achieve traffic-free inner cities, equipped only with electrical vehicles that people drive in a shared system that work on demand.
Here's the full article, written by Surur, a Microsoft Power User
And here's the video where you can see the festive unveiling of the e.GO Mover :)