Home (Residentials)

Smart home refers to a convenient home setup where appliances and devices can seamlessly communicate with each other to produce easy of functionality and they can also be automatically controlled remotely from anywhere with an internet connection using a mobile or other networked device or can be accessed through one central point – a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or game console.

Door locks, televisions, thermostats, home monitors, cameras, lights, and even appliances such as the refrigerator can be controlled through one home automation system.

Installation of smart home systems can offer homeowners convenience and cost savings, ranging from home automation systems with features such as smart lighting, climate control, and security etc.


Smart office is a workplace where technology enables people to work better, faster and, of course, smarter. Beacons, sensors and mobile apps help employees perform menial tasks better and faster, so they have enough time to focus on growing businesses and innovating. 

Furthermore, smart office is a high-tech hybrid workplace with a human touch designed to improve the overall office space with the best management tools.

The benefits that are derived from our solution provides the office with improved employee retention, simplifies work scheduling, improves employee engagement, increases productivity and improves relationships.

Parking Lot

Smart parking sensors are disrupting parking in modern cities across the world. They implement Internet of Things capabilities to provide real-time, almost boundless smart parking and traffic advantages. 

These sensors are directly responsible for significantly cutting down on the time that drivers spend searching for parking spots. The sensors communicate in real time with a Parking-Routing-Information-System (PRIS) to guide drivers to available parking spaces. Our smart parking system are capable of counting the vehicles at a large parking facility and determining which parking spaces are available. With this innovation, it is now possible to adequately manage parking-caused congestion.