RemoteIoT Introduces Remotely Manage IoT Devices And Raspberry Pi
Houston, Texas Jun 23, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – RemoteIoT, the company that specializes in providing remote access solutions, has announced the availability of remotely managed IoT devices and Raspberry Pi. The IoT platform helps users remotely access Raspberry Pi from anywhere.
“We are committed to delivering the best value remote access and management solutions,” says the spokesperson for RemoteIoT. “You can now remotely manage IoT devices and Raspberry PI using our innovative solutions. Our RemoteIoT platform makes accessing SSH Raspberry PI from anywhere as if it was on any local network.”
With the RemoteIoT platform, it becomes easy for anyone to remotely access IoT, even if it is behind a firewall or NAT router. Users simply have to send a command and batch job to raspberry Pi from the web portal without even discovering the IoT device IP and making any changes to the firewall settings.
The RemoteIoT platform supports all Linux machines and TCP services such as SSH, VNC, RDP, and HTTP.
According to the company spokesperson, all the data is wrapped with an encrypted SSH tunnel. To remotely manage IoT, users just have to SSH their IoT device with the system user or SSH key-based secure authentication. They can use standard client tools such as Putty.
To remotely manage SSH IoT devices, users need not create any program or API to upload data. They can do it by configuring a simple script in the control panel to monitor system or sensor data. Organizations can focus on their core expertise, deploy devices on a large scale, and do it affordably.
Users can collect and store device data using a scalable and fault-tolerant approach. Organizations can adapt to slow and unstable mobile networks and cache data when the network is offline. They can use this approach and avoid data loss.
The platform allows the use of built-in templates to create area charts, line charts, and gauge charts, to create interesting and valuable dashboards. Organizations can export URLs of chart images and even include real-time charts in mobile apps or web apps. They can also export historical data with the Chart API and integrate it with other external services.
For more information, visit https://remoteiot.com/
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