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Meeting Soft

MeetingSoft.com reaches users WHILE they are planning their meetings. Our proprietary system is a free service to users, and allows the user to plan, register attendees, manage timelines, market and budget all from one system. Best of all, your ads are showcased not only on our main pages but inside the system when they are actively planning their meeting.

Android mobile application

Android mobile application for assistance to patients in violation of biorhythms. Jet Lag calculator.

Web Site Usability Testing Software

Flying Cloud

Flying Cloud helps to provide maximum security and protection for all types of areas (buildings, offices) by simplifying and automating the surveillance process. Via Flying Cloud, you can elaborate your own concept of the security system operation, configure and enhance the system, integrate any security device into the system and, consequently, use the available equipment more efficiently. Flying Cloud allows you to watch video from surveillance cameras in the monitored area, detect motion, recognize vehicle number plates, detect lost things, automatically record video archives of alarm situations, save archives locally and remotely, view the archive data, have flexible access rights, etc. Flying Cloud is a cross-platform application with modular (plugin) architecture developed for Windows and Linux. The application is a distributed system, server and client parts are separated in space.
Tools and technologies used: MS С/С++, XML, wxWidgets, UNO (Open Office SDK), FFD show codec, MySQL, MSSQL, HTTP and HTTPS protocols, ECPR and NCP cards, IP camera(s), Windows, Linux, MAC OS.

SheevaPlug DevKit

Android port for SheevaPlug with remote access via VNC
Network-attached storage (NAS) production - file-level computer data storage connected to a computer network providing data access to heterogeneous network clients.

A NAS unit is a computer connected to a network that only provides file-based data storage services to other devices on the network. Although it may technically be possible to run other software on a NAS unit, it is not designed to be a general purpose server. For example, NAS units usually do not have a keyboard or display, and are controlled and configured over the network, often using a browser.
A fully-featured operating system is not needed on a NAS device, so often a stripped-down operating system is used. For example, FreeNAS, an open source NAS solution designed for commodity PC hardware, is implemented as a stripped-down version of FreeBSD.
NAS systems contain one or more hard disks, often arranged into logical, redundant storage containers or RAID arrays (redundant arrays of inexpensive/independent disks). NAS removes the responsibility of file serving from other servers on the network.
NAS uses file-based protocols such as NFS (popular on UNIX systems), SMB/CIFS (Server Message Block/Common Internet File System) (used with MS Windows systems), or AFP (used with Apple Macintosh computers). NAS units rarely limit clients to a single protocol.  

Finished projects

iPhone mobile application

iPhone mobile application for assistance to patients in violation of biorhythms. Jet Lag calculator.


The application is intended to back up the iPhone, its files, and move them to online storage on a continual basis. “iStorage” can operate in two modes: standard and expert. The standard mode is a simple and safe to use mode recommended for most of users. It provides light and simple interface and 4 basic views: Categories (photos, music, videos, documents), Upload, Download and Settings. Users can navigate through categories, create and delete their own categories and subcategories, view file details, select categories and single files to upload, move files between categories (file representation only, basic file operations with physical files are not allowed), etc. The expert mode provides extended and more flexible functionality for experienced users. It also consists of 4 basic views (File Manager, Upload, Download, Settings). In contrast to the standard mode which uses Categories for file representation, the expert mode provides full file system access via File Manager (navigation through file system, opportunity to perform basic file operations: delete, create, move, rename and copy files and folders, view file details, etc.).
Tools and technologies used: C++, Objective C, Cocoa, .NET web services, Web Enhancements 3.0, SOAP.


CoThrive is the unique commitment management system that enables people to convert their email into explicit work agreements that can be managed from their inbox for improved performance.
* Converts email into trackable agreements and tasks.
* Enables secure coordination with external teams.
* Stores email responses and attachments.
* Provides drag and drop hierarchal views.
* Runs in email, Microsoft Outlook and on the web.
* Works with anyone on email - no software to install.
CoThrive is designed for use within the main engine of communication that teams use now – email. That’s why it works seamlessly with all of the most popular email applications and web browsers without having to install software or get IT involved: Browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari or Chrome browsers with Adobe Flex 9 or higher Email applications: Works on virtually any HTML-enabled email system. Optimized for use with Microsoft Outlook 2003, 2007, Outlook Web Access (OWA), and Mac OS X Leopard Mail. Lotus Notes, Gmail and Ymail coming soon. Mobile Devices: Works on virtually any mobile device that supports HTML email.

Online Chess Game

This online game is designed for those who are keen on chess, want to improve their game and make new friends across the globe. The Chess Game is a client-server application. Users can decide what variant of chess to play (classical or Chinese), share their contact information with other chess players, select the opponent, watch the games he takes part in, his rating and contact information, discuss the results of games, etc.
Tools and technologies used: Java 2.5, swing, jdbc, Oracle.

ICE Corporative Website

Efficient and easy-to-use website developed for the company providing cartridges and toners for printing needs. Visitors can obtain information about the company, its policy, news and services, location and dealers, learn about the latest developments in the industry, view the products (by brand), search for the required products, etc.
Tools and technologies used: PHP, HTML, CSS.


MediaWheel is a widget developed for social networks (iGoogle, Facebook, etc.) but it can also work as a separate web application in your web browser. MediaWheel allows you to aggregate, organize and share your widgets, videos and pictures with your friends and visitors. Via MediaWheel, you can create your own set of different media files (wheel) located in one category, search and add widgets, videos, pictures, forward them to your friends, add your friends’ content to your wheel, duplicate your wheel to other sites, etc. The media types supported by the system are Flash games and videos (in fact, all flash applications), photos, etc. The application also provides a selection of skins and visual themes.
Tools and technologies used: MS Visual Studio 2005, AJAX (jQuery framework), JavaScript, JSON, HTML/DHTML, PHP, CSS.

IHG Ecosystem

IHG Ecosystem is the software for hotel inventory management providing user interface for inventory management, search and visualization, maintaining document and knowledge base maintenance. IHG Ecosystem offers four basic groups of functions: administrative tools (user settings, hotel maintenance, news management, etc.), inventory management (search and add to inventory, floor plan view, inventory visualizer, maintenance of system types, reports, etc.), standards and learning (view/search reference information represented as documents grouped by categories), marketplace (purchase inventory for hotels). The basic groups of functions are easily accessible from any IHG Ecosystem page as top-level navigation items (functions within each group are accessible via the group navigation menu).
Tools and technologies used: Flash/Flex, PHP, Java.

Image Vault

Image Vault is a superior replacement for conventional recording technology and a platform for far more than simply after-the-fact surveillance. Image Vault records images in digital format. IV units take composite video directly from a camera and store snapshots on the hard drive of the Digital Video Recorder (DVR). Stored or live images may be viewed at any time while recording continues in the background. Besides storing images, IV is also capable of capturing serial or networked journal text data (i.e. data from cash registers, intelligent safes, alarm systems, access control systems, etc.) through its Multi-Application Data Exchange Interface. The software is easy to use due to standard Windows point and click what-you-see-is-what-you-get technology. Image Vault DVRs provide onsite and remote playback (you can view live and stored images, search data, listen to captured audio, connect to your remote PC using a modem, network or serial connection), a number of recording options (continuous, scheduled or triggered recording, capture speed, alarm input and output storage, etc.), options for keeping the video (immediate copy, copy video to disk at any point after the event, copy video to the remote PC), etc.
Technologies and tools used: C++, SQL, XML, MPEG-4 Simple Profile decoder, MPEG Layer 3 Audio encoding/decoding, Windows XP Embedded.