IoT Day 2019: Partners Accelerate IoT Adoption With Fast Starter Kit

Implementing an IoT application without a time-consuming concept phase, a preliminary project and a high upfront investment – this is now possible with TeamViewer’s IoT Starter Kit. TeamViewer, the world’s leading provider of remote connectivity solutions, is presenting its new easy-to-implement IoT product at Hannover Messe. With this do-it-yourself solution, businesses of any size can get started with IoT immediately.

 

Apart from a Dell gateway and Bosch sensors, the IoT Starter Kit uses TeamViewer’s dedicated IoT solution, which has been developed to provide remote monitoring, live remote control, incident management, and instant troubleshooting for virtually any embedded device such as industrial machinery or robots. By connecting the device data with TeamViewer’s cloud and making them available for technicians and support people, companies can manage their devices from everywhere in the world.

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The TeamViewer IoT Starter Kit includes: 1 x Dell 3001 Edge Gateway including industry connectivity standards; 3 x Bosch XDK110 multi sensors containing the following eight sensors: accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, sensors for humidity, pressure, temperature, acoustic and light intensity; 1 x TeamViewer IoT 6-months license including IoT remote monitoring and control via the TeamViewer IoT Cloud as well as edge management and visualization capabilities; and a power supply, wiring, sensor provisioning and bespoke onboarding services.

 

For more information, visit TeamViewer.

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