The Quix Portal includes a Library of templates and sample projects you can use to start working with the platform. We also make the following sample projects available via our GitHub account.
Writes vehicle telemetry data into the Quix platform. Includes an input CSV file containing data collected from a virtual F1 car in Codemasters’ 2019 racing game. This data was acquired using our F1® Bridge project.
A simple in-memory model that will continuously process live data. The model contains a function to identify when the pressure applied to the brake system exceeds 50% max.
This example shows how to create a client-side dashboard using the Python Flask framework. It streams data from Quix and makes live updates to the dashboard. The application is deployed to the public domain using Quix.
Send data-dependent notifications using the Twilio and Quix platform. In this example, we send a text message to the sender list when the BTC rate against GBP crosses the specified threshold. Uses the Coin API bridge project.
A Quix model can be used to bridge data from almost any source. Here, we use a Twitter developer account to stream Tweet data with a view to running real time ML models on the feed later on.