IoT Bridge for Queclink

Tartabit, LLC.

IoT Bridge for Queclink

Tartabit, LLC.

Integrate Queclink devices to Azure IoT in minutes.

The IoT Bridge for Queclink provides rapid integration between Queclink devices and the Microsoft Azure ecosystem.  The IoT Bridge supports connecting the GL50, GL500, GL501, GV500, and GV600 family of devices.  On the Azure side, the IoT Bridge supports integrating to Azure IoT Hub, Azure IoT Central, Azure Event Hub, and Azure CosmosDB to provide several bi-directional options depending on your use case.  This is accomplished with a low/no-code environment to enable rapid deployment of production grade IoT solutions without needing to host custom developed servers and self-managed infrastructure.


Save time and money

IoT Bridge for Queclink is a complementary IoT service built for developers who must integrate low-power, low-bandwidth Queclink devices into their Microsoft Azure IoT solutions.   Utilizing a set of powerful solution templates that provide easy integration to your Azure environment, IoT Bridge will get your solution up and running in no time!    Bottom line, if you are trying to build a world class Internet of Things solution based on Queclink devices then this is the platform you need to accelerate your time to market and reduce your development costs. 


Build with confidence

Built by a team that has a proven track record of successful IoT solutions for the past 20 years,.  We leverage the world-class Azure infrastructure as well as other leading technologies to ensure your data will be there when you need it.  100% Microsoft Centric, Hosted in Azure, developer centric and complimentary to IoT Hub and other Microsoft Azure services.  

Who could benefit from Queclink IoT Bridge

  • Enterprise IT and Digitization team – Developers and Development Managers
  • System Integrators 

  • Technology in a nutshell

    • Support for numerous device types:
      • Asset Tracking: GL50, GL500, GL501
      • Vehicle Tracking: GV500, GV600
    • Support for ASCII and HEX protocols