IQP seamlessly integrates with the IBM Bluemix™ cloud platform, based on IBM's Open Cloud Architecture and Cloud Foundry, and the IBM Watson IoT platform for an end-to-end IoT solution.
If you are a programmer, you can use IQP as a powerful application builder to jumpstart your projects and rapidly create Enterprise and IoT/M2M applications. IQP reduces development time by up to 80% (based on customer feedback). You can build, test and deploy apps in days, not months.
IQP also opens the door to IoT to people with no IT skills. Our easy code-free approach enables you to integrate IoT into your company’s daily operations while saving time and costs. Even if you have no programming experience, you can build your own code-free apps with our ready-to-use, customizable design templates. We'll show you how to get started in these tutorials.
|Solar App||TCS Smart Factory, Smart Supply Chain||Motorola Building / Airport Security|
|Environment Monitor||Vehicle Management||Fleet Management|
|Motorola Shipping Fuel Monitoring||Flood Safety Monitoring||Smart City|
|Home Security App||Hospital Patient Monitoring||Human Position Monitoring|
|Water Management System||Hospital Administration||Building Energy Management|
|Factory Monitoring System||EMS Demand Trend Monitoring||Telcom Business Monitoring|
* Free version of IQP doesn't support Event, Aggregation, Pivot Engine, Email, E-mail parameters and multiple development-users.
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