TQL is an IoT Application Platform that creates queriable and actionable systems of interconnected things. Using TQL, IoT application developers can easily implement interactive and responsive IoT business logic using TQL Statements.
Interact with things using Action Queries
In smart cities, tens of thousands of street lights are managed based on ambience luminosity, contextual activities of pedestrians and cars, weather condition and time. For example, keeping 40 out of 15,000 lights at 100% intensity even after 10pm, as an exception to accommodate a special event in the area for 2 days.
Respond to environment through Event Policies
In Intelligent Transportation, events happening on the locomotives, cars, buses, wheels, or tracks trigger policies to ensure safety, efficiency and passenger experience. For example, if the friction-coefficient between wheels and a segment of tracks are unusually high, the application increases wayside rail lubrication level on that segment.
Build IoT Applications with cross-device business logic
In smart hospitals, sensors and devices that detect compliance/safety issues or operational disruptions cause in-time actions on other equipment. For example, when a procedure is about to start but the required surgical microscope is missing from the room, a search to find a nearest microscope is activated.