IoT devices can be controlled and monitored remotely. They can also be used to communicate and interact with others via the Internet. For industrial projects, after the initial deployment at the customer site, the company should pay attention, such as performing updates, remote control, and providing external access to certain ports of the device. Generally, because these embedded IoT devices run the Linux operating system, they can be accessed remotely via the Internet in a variety of ways, such as:
RDP connections etc.
RemoteIoT IoT device management supports device configuration and authentication, remote configuration and management, monitoring and diagnosis, and firmware or software update and maintenance.
RemoteIoT provides a dedicated and secure shell (SSH) tunnel for these devices, allowing users to access a full set of Linux terminal commands on the local network, even if these devices are located in a private or mobile network behind a NAT router or firewall. RemoteIoT device management enables companies to provide teams to deploy new IoT solutions and identify problems faster than ever. Based on the open standard ssh channel, it is a highly scalable platform for complete device lifecycle management.
RemoteIoT provides insight on CPU, memory and disk utilization for IoT devices. User can monitor IoT system performance, device hardware metrics, CPU Temperature, system error logs, network performance data. User can collect and store iot device data in scalable and fault-tolerant way. User can visualize their data with built-in or custom widgets and flexible dashboards and share data image with their customers.
Remote IoT device management, as discussed in the configuration section, allows companies to remotely manage a large number of IoT devices located in different locations. Remote IoT device management let companies focus on their core expertise, easily deploy equipment on a large scale, and effectively reduce costs. which makes it a solution suitable for enterprise scale expansion to meet growing demands.