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Creative lighting control at +TU Eindhoven  University Square. One of the first student projects. OpenRemote running with multiple controllers on +VMware  ESXi server
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We like the cannabis farm...see more project references in our newsletter | June 2015
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OpenRemote @ Stratumseind. IoT in public spaces.
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June Newsletter, check it out.
Editor's note. Internet of Things is often associated with a Cloud solution. Juha explains the software architecture of OpenRemote and the rationale on Cloud versus local solutions. Furthermore, this issue introduces a Climate control installation by Y-Con, the integration of OpenWebNet, ...
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Some new screenshots from Taftek, an OpenRemote Certified Integrator in Poland.
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Doesn't look like a screenshot more like a mock-up.
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Social Alert app for elderly and caretakers. Surprisingly functional without adding any sensor or device to a tablet...
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+Julian Divett yes, it is pretty standard OR stuff. Some labels and buttons, although buttons are transparant and their shape is simply the background image. The biggest part it invisible, rules written in Drools which give the system intelligence. All controllers are hosted on a single Dell rack server.
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A comparison of development boards: Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone Black, Intel Galileo and Arduino Yun.
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Challenges of underwater Internet -- feeding shrimp.

Balloons, drones and meshes. The many ways of building a global Internet.
SINGAPORE, April 28 (Reuters) - The Internet may feel likeit's everywhere, but large pockets of sky, swathes of land andmost of the oceans are still beyond a signal's reach.Three decades after the first
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One more specification to add to the long list of specifications.

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Open Source Automation
Introduction

OPEN SOURCE AUTOMATION

Choose Any Hardware. Design On Any Panel. 
Deploy On Any Platform. Control Everything.

The Open Source Way.

Welcome to OpenRemote, we are an Open Source community in the automation and domotics space. We develop panel and control software. We use off-the-shelf hardware and integrate with a variety of protocols in the field. We target hobbyists and professionals alike. We promote and practice open standards and integration.


Open Standards in a Closed World

We believe the automation market is rapidly changing. It remains mostly a market of closed protocols. At OpenRemote we take an open approach to automation. Our panel technology integrates with your favorite protocol and runtime hardware through Open Source software.

Today an installer specializes in a vertical stack of end-to-end products and a user makes choices about the products. We open up the front-end and support a unified panel and visual programming model. An installer can pick and choose hardware products from different vendors and still present one panel UI to the user. A proprietary hardware vendor can build modern panel support and integrate with existing vendors.


Commercial and Residential Offerings

Whether you are a DIY aficionado, a high-end installer, a hardware vendor or integrator, OpenRemote has something for you. We want to make OpenRemote the standard for commercial and hobbyist integration alike. We integrate with a variety of protocols out of the box and we allow any integrator or vendor to write plug-ins. We also bring innovative tools that simplify the work of an installer and the relationship with the client. We also consult for industry vendors on how to best integrate our technology in their offerings.


Design and Configure Online

OpenRemote Designer is an online software application designed to rapidly and easily create touch-driven control panels. You can create multiple user profiles and customize user interfaces for each one: each user profile can have its individual preferences, favorites and individual set of controls and tailored for panel hardware capabilities.

You can maintain protocol configurations, add or remove commands, and change user interface layouts as your customer's preferences evolve. Configuration changes can be automatically downloaded to customer installation.

We support deployment of panels on Apple iPhones, Apple iPad, Android phones and tablets and standard desktop web browsers.

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