The VANTIQ videos in this series are designed to show developers and operations managers the simplicity of building real-time, event-driven applications with VANTIQ. A specific use-case involving real-time field service of IoT-connected machines is discussed but please keep in mind that ANY event-driven application can be easily built in VANTIQ, supporting a wide range of use-cases.
This second video in the series shows human and machine collaboration. This video builds a collaboration in which to act on the situation we identified in the previous video. We look at the activities step by step for identifying a technician based on proximity to the situation, assigning the repair task, interacting through a mobile app, and tracking their location to the destination.
Feel free to proceed to the next video in this series.
Read Gartner’s latest report on the event-driven application revolution PLUS new product tour videos, VANTIQ FAQ, and interview with VANTIQ co-founders Marty & Paul.Download
High-level technical overview of the VANTIQ Platform for building real-time, event-driven applications.Download
This paper describes the distributed nature of real-time business applications and the reasons why they must must be distributed across the cloud, on-premise and the network edge.Download