OpenRemote Designer 2.5 is primarily targeting the installer, integrator and designer, looking for a flexible and cost effective solution, with support from a professional company. OpenRemote Designer is an easy way to create a single installation for your client, and save you time. OpenRemote Designer is free for private use, educational purpose, and trials (use coupon code PRIVUNIV). Commercial users pay a one time contribution. We believe in your honesty.Order Now
You’ll have the opportunity to add any of the options below to your OpenRemote Designer.
Commercial ControllerThe controller runs on virtually any hardware. However, if you are looking for a ready and robust commercial controller, get the DIN Rail Controller.
Rules & NotificationsWe have created a rules and messaging service, enabling e-mail, text and even voice. Depending on the case, it runs on your local controller or a remote server.
You want your web application to start up with your own brand and logo? Request for a branded webconsole, combined with OpenRemote Designer.
Branded iOS & Android panels
The OpenRemote iOS and Android consoles or apps can be rebranded, offering your clients Your Brand. We offer hosting of your dedicated apps.
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.
Step by step guide to building a smart home and your personal Internet of Things from Othmar Kyas. Order a hardcopy, or eBook.
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.Compare Products
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