IoT – Smart Home and City

IoT – Smart Home and City

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a new stage in the development of the Internet, when more things than people are connected to it.


In fact, the Internet of Things is a network of physical objects that have built-in technologies that allow you to interact with the external environment, transmit information about your state and receive data from the outside.

These objects include:

  • intelligent video surveillance and access control systems
  • a variety of sensors (air and water quality controllers, wearable health sensors, traffic and parking sensors)
  • refrigerators and other household appliances

Softlist already today offers the market the most popular tools in the world for creating a smart home and Office:

  • Verint Video Intelligent Solutions is an intelligent, cost-effective and easy-to-use video surveillance and analytics system. With verint, you can not only view and stream video to a variety of screens and computers, but also recognize threats and potentially dangerous activities. If standard video security systems involve security personnel viewing a huge amount of data and video, then Verint Video Analytics can independently identify extraordinary events and actions that differ from predefined patterns and make decisions.
  • A single monitoring and management platform for PRTG Network Monitor. This is a complete solution from Paessler, designed to provide monitoring of all sensors, network connections and applications.

Today, the PRTG Network Monitor monitoring and control platform is already used in many IoT projects around the world.

An example is existing projects.

  • Medical centers in Europe and America, in particular:

“Thanks to Paessler’s PRTG, the hospital reduces the risk of being late in treating patients. We can all work with great peace of mind knowing that our systems are constantly being monitored.” (Musgrove Park Hospital)

Control of DICOM and HL7 interfaces (health information exchange standards):

  • RIS control (radiological methods of analysis)
  • HIS (Hospital Information System) control
  • LIS (Labotary Hospital System) control
  • PACS (Medical Image Data Transmission Standard) control
  • control of the hospital’s IT infrastructure


  • Another example is environmental control in Singapore:

Obtaining information from sensors:

  • presence of dust particles, noise pollution, wind speed, temperature, presence of ozone, carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide
  • availability of public parking spaces
  • traffic jams, congestion


  • Environmental control in France:
Obtaining information from sensors:

  • Air pollution
  • Temperature
  • Pressure
  • Traffic jams
  • Technogenic data



IT Infrastructure Monitoring


Intelligent video surveillance systems


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