SMIP - Smart Information Platform

SMIP Architecture
SMIP Architecture

Devices and web services

  • allows you to connect and support various devices
  • quick and easy adding devices of the same type
  • development, integration and support for various web services
  • the ability to connect to various different services devices


  • connecting and supporting large number of users
  • logging (automatic recording when you create a new instance)
  • integrated traceability system (who, whom, when, how)
  • allows users a great deal of autonomy in making their own account, or to add a device or service


  • management and support for a large amount of data (the Big Data area)
  • guaranteed protection against the intrusion or data loss
  • integrated tools for data import, data export, data editing
  • performance and scalability are guaranteed when using large data sets.


  • security protocols (SSL, roles, rights, Realm, CAPTCHA, …)
  • allows you to provide better monitoring of the entire system with regard to:
  • when errors occur
  • error notification
  • facilitating research causes of errors

Other comparative advantages

  • support for a reliable and secure SaaS Cloud Services
  • advanced functional support for mobile devices
  • built-in tools for data processing and reporting
  • multi language support, administrators can add new languages and content translations.

SMIP projects

The main purpose of SMIP is to give users remote access to devices in a meaningful and user-friendly way. When a new device or set of devices needs to be accessible to users, custom device content has to be prepared in SMIP. This typically includes data variable definitions, Web dashboards, PDF/CSV/email reports, historical data acquisition definitions, access constraints (e.g., what will be accessible to technical staff and what to end users), label translations etc.

All content that is prepared for a particular device type is contained in a SMIP project. To connect to a concrete device an instance must be created from a project. Instances in SMIP are “living” objects that maintain connections to real-world devices and run data jobs.

The structure of a typical SMIP project with modules is shown bellow:

Modules of SMIP project
SMIP project with modules

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