IoT Device Software
IoT Remote Access
C++ Development
A toolkit for building embedded IoT applications that connect sensors, devices and cloud services.
Secure cloud-based remote access to IoT devices via web browser, SSH, VNC or TCP-based network protocols.
POCOPRO C++ Frameworks
Powerful C++ libraries and frameworks for desktop, server, mobile and embedded software development. POCOpro C++ Frameworks

Software Enabling The Internet of Things

Applied Informatics provides powerful, easy to use software platforms, frameworks and solutions for building the Internet of Things that:

  • provide a rock-solid foundation for building innovative IoT-enabled products
  • reduce software development time and risk, and speed-up time to market

A toolkit for building embedded IoT applications that connect sensors, devices and cloud services. is an open source software toolkit for quickly building embedded applications for the Internet of Things that run on Linux-based IoT gateways and devices like the Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone, RED Brick or Galileo/Edison. implements a web-enabled, modular and extensible JavaScript and C++ runtime environment and provides easy to use building blocks that enable applications to talk to various sensors and devices, as well as cloud services.

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Secure and hassle-free remote access for the Internet of Things. is cloud-ready service providing secure remote access to connected devices via HTTP(S) or other TCP-based protocols and applications such as secure shell (SSH) or Virtual Network Computing (VNC). With, any network-connected device running the agent software can be securely accessed remotely over the internet from browsers, mobile apps, desktop, server or cloud applications. is the perfect solution for secure remote support and maintenance, as well as for providing secure remote access to devices for end-users via web or mobile apps.

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POCOPRO C++ Frameworks

Powerful C++ frameworks for building network/internet-connected embedded, mobile, desktop and server applications:

  • Open Service Platform (OSP)
    Dynamic C++ module system and application server.
  • Remoting
    Distributed objects, IPC, REST, JSON-RPC and SOAP web services for C++.
  • Universal Plug and Play
    A C++ framework for building UPnP™ devices and applications.
  • DNS-SD/Zeroconf
    Automatic network device discovery and configuration made easy.
  • Fast Infoset
    Standardized XML document compression for transfer or storage.

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Our Customers

Our customers use our C++ frameworks to build exciting products like home and building automation systems, automotive telematics devices, smart meters, industrial automation systems, EV charging stations, developer tools, datacenter software, system simulation software and automotive test systems.

Our choice of OSP framework for the embedded solution on ARM based platform was a very apt choice. OSP along with Poco provided us the desired flexibility we needed in our solution. With OSP we could reduce our project turnaround time by 50 %. I highly recommend the solution for rapid application development primarily for embedded solutions.

Suvajit Sengupta, Lumiplan

We were looking for a powerful C++ framework that would allow us to develop any needed service for O3S, the Open System Simulation Solution, in a scalable modular multi-platform environment. With homogenous, robust and easy to understand code, Poco, OSP and Remoting were, in fact, the only single answer to our search.

Victor Andritoiu, OpenTekhnia (O3S)

ACTIA Automotive, Atmel, EnBW, Gentex, HORIBA, HP, Intel, Lumiplan,
Neural ID, Nexeya, Riverbed, Schneider Electric, Siemens

Open Source Foundation

The POCO C++ Libraries, the foundation for all of Applied Informatics' products, are a collection of Open Source C++ class libraries that make it easy to develop network-centric, cross-platform applications in C++. The libraries integrate perfectly with the C++ Standard Library and fill many of the functional gaps left open by it.

The POCO C++ Libraries are developed in an Open Source project, founded in 2004 by G√ľnter Obiltschnig, who is also the founder of Applied Informatics. Developers from all over the world contribute to the project, helping us to make POCO one of the leading C++ open source projects.

POCO C++ Libraries