TeamViewer extends its IoT solutions to everyone at free of cost

TeamViewer is making all functions of its Internet of Things (IoT) solution available free of charge for up to two IoT endpoints. The company is expanding its vision of enabling connectivity to all types of devices anytime, anywhere to the Internet of Things.

Krunal Patel – Director and Head of Business, India and South Asia, said, “With the Internet of Things (IoT) technology growing at an exponential rate, our world is getting more seamlessly connected. As the global leader in remote connectivity, we have a unique vantage point to provide our fully featured IoT solutions to anyone for free of charge across the geography. This will enable our interested users to instantly connect, monitor, and operate machines and devices securely — from anywhere, whether it is for private or corporate users, our remote operations, assistance and alarming for distributed endpoints make the IoT solution an easy-to-use, reliable and scalable. TeamViewer IoT allows companies across industries to set up high-value IoT use cases, that gives them a distinct competitive edge. IoT technologies will be paramount in bringing the remote work revolution and by providing TeamViewer IoT solutions for free, we are committed to empower our users to work smarter and safer from their desired location and fulfill their growing needs.”

TeamViewer provides free access to up to two IoT endpoints, which are for example industrial computers and machinery, digital signage devices, POS devices and vehicles. But they are not limited to these. TeamViewer IoT is ready for direct connection to Dell gateways, Raspberry Pis and BeagleBone Blacks. In general, a connection can be established to any endpoint running a Debian or Red Head Linux distribution, a partition of Linux Raspberry Pi, Windows, and soon Android operating system.

In the corporate world, TeamViewer IoT can be used for a wide range of application scenarios across all industries, for example in manufacturing, heavy industry, process industry and agriculture. Production machine manufacturers can thus access their customers’ devices from anywhere in the world in case of problems. This enables fast and efficient troubleshooting and saves costs for both parties. TeamViewer IoT can also be used to monitor device parameters, such as temperature, fill levels or any custom sensor data, and send alerts in case of deviations. TeamViewer IoT can then automatically trigger pre-defined actions, enable remote access, and remote management of  those devices to keep them running.

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