Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is associated with the sudden and unexpected death of a child under the age of one who is apparently healthy. This unforeseen death, in most cases has no explanation. Although its causes are not known with certainty, we do know of the risks that can trigger them. This work presents a network of sensors to monitor the main risk factors in this pathology, such as: temperature, humidity or the level of gases in the environment. A non-invasive system is proposed since the sensors are not in direct contact with the infant, unlike most monitoring systems available today. In particular, a virtual organization of agents has been developed, it is capable of integrating different sensors on an open and low cost hardware platform.