One dashboard for all systems
Customers often use OpenRemote because they lack the complete picture of their fragmented technical systems after years of projects. Most of those systems are installed and used for a specific goal, without being compatible with any overarching system. With OpenRemote all these systems can be connected and speak a common language. In this common language they can talk to each other and to the user.
Maintenance and automated alerts
Now that all systems can be accessed in one place, monitoring and maintenance is next. With a simple interface the user can create his/her own rules. These rules can describe thresholds that, if crossed, trigger an alert. These alerts can be automatically directed to the one responsible for that asset by e-mail or in-app notification so that they can solve the problem before it occurs.
New services by combining systems
With monitoring under control, you can start creating new functionality by combining your connected assets. With an easy user interface you create rules to describe behaviour of your system, for example “When parking space A is full, then use LED displays to direct to parking space B”, or “When the sun goes down and people are present, then turn on the lights to scene 2”, or “When solar energy production is higher than building energy consumption, then charge the electric car”