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Licensing & Consultancy

Targeting Integrators, OEMs or service providers, looking for their own hosted solution and specific features, we offer Commercial Licenses on controller, designer, consoles, manager, or beehive services. In addition we offer Professional Consultancy & Integration services.

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Optional Features

OpenRemote offers the following licensing and consultancy options. We’re happy to discuss what suits your needs best.

Controller

The OpenRemote controller includes a wide range of protocol adapters, configurable rules engine, as well as API’s enabling communication to your management system or your clients applications.

iOS & Android Apps

The OpenRemote iOS and Android apps, or consoles, communicate to the controller and render the user-interface as stored on the controller, allowing direct monitoring and control of devices.

iOS & Android Panel Libraries

The OpenRemote iOS and Android panel libraries can be integrated within your own native apps, allowing you to build your own apps, while leveraging the controller functionality.

Manager & Beehive

OpenRemote Manager & Beehive services enable a managed remote connection to your clients controllers, offering a wide range of remote services: account management, asset management, rules, notifications, e.a.

Designer

The OpenRemote Designer license enables you to create your own version of the designer, integrate it with your own system and re-brand it to your own needs.

Integration & Consultancy

Do you need support on creating your client project, assistance in setting up your system, or integration with your existing system? We offer additional integration and consultancy services.

Different Needs, Tailored Solutions

From a straightforward single account setup to your personal fully branded solution, including back-end services, OpenRemote provides you with the perfect solution.

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