Its architecture is cloud-native, based on containers and microservices. This gives it the highest levels of scalability, accessibility, service continuity and performance resulting from the most modern logic of composing the application solution with many small services, each independent and all interoperable through the use of API interfaces, in order to take greater advantage of computational resources.


The layout available to users of the platform is web-based and responsive, which brings the great advantage of being able to use IOTeqa with any device connected to the internet, including mobile devices (i.e. smartphones and tablets).


IOTeqa is organised into modules in order to simplify the deployment phase and optimise costs in relation to the services that the customer intends to manage.
In fact, it can be organised so that it can provide analysis of the big data collected by the IoT sensors with streaming analytics, business & artificial intelligence functions and/or make verticalisations available to manage one or more services in full, such as remote control and monitoring of water networks or public lighting systems.


It makes available webservices, widely documented and easy to use to create automated integrations with other software environments that need to access the data managed by IOTeqa such as SCADA systems, CRM-Billing and similar.