OpenRemote Open Source IoT Platform

OpenRemote is 100% open source IoT Platform, for smart buildings, smart cities, energy management, or any other IoT application

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OpenRemote is an open source IoT Platform for a broad range of applications, e.g. Energy management or Traffic management in Smart Cities, Buildings or Airports. It is 100% open source (so no features behind a commercial version only) and already applied in larger professional applications in The Netherlands, UK, Germany and US, so ruggedised!


Main features:

  • Map and Asset view, including provisioning
  • Asset model with self defined asset types
  • Configurable Protocol Agents, aligned with Asset models
  • Both Flow-, WHEN-THEN-, and Groovy Rules
  • Data visualisation on an 'Insight' page
  • Manager Interconnect: Edge Gateway instances can be coupled with a single centrally hosted instance
  • Account management & ID service: creating roles and users, editing accounts, TFA
  • Language support: English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch
  • Logging

To Get Started on OpenRemote and build your own IoT project, 100% open source, follow this guide:

  • Ready for your feedback

    Pierre Kil03/30/2021 at 05:35 0 comments

    We're excited to announce our completely overhauled IoT Platform with an interface that makes it easy for both installers and project managers to configure their own IoT platform.

    As you know we are 100% open source, so you can try and use it for free.

    In the video you see some of the features that make it easy to create new projects for your customers and maintain multiple customers in one OpenRemote instance. Try it yourself by following the Get Started Guide.

    Please note that the current platform is a release candidate, so we value your feedback. Breaking changes could still occur.

  • Quick introduction to OpenRemote

    Pierre Kil03/24/2021 at 09:24 0 comments

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Pierre Kil wrote 01/05/2021 at 15:50 point

It's offered as open source with docker images. Instructions can be found to deploy yourself on eg. AWS or your own server.

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TactiZity wrote 12/23/2020 at 10:07 point

Same question, how can I log?

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Pierre Kil wrote 03/23/2021 at 16:59 point

You can install yourself on your own server or PC, see

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niuyingxian wrote 12/22/2020 at 20:58 point

How to log in to the platform? How to register an account? Thank you

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Pierre Kil wrote 03/23/2021 at 16:59 point

You can install yourself on your own server or PC, see

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