TAMPA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TeamViewer, a leading global software provider for digital networking and collaboration, today announced its partnership with KUNBUS, a Linux-based industrial controller. The partnership will enable remote access functionalities on KUNBUS Revolution Pi (RevPi), an open, modular industrial PC based on the established Raspberry Pi Compute Module.
KUNBUS RevPi Core offers a solution for engineering organizations that allows for upgrading of aged machineries in factories, making them smarter and enabling them to connect to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). KUNBUS RevPi Core will now integrate with TeamViewer’s remote support solution, providing users with secure and easy-to-use capabilities to remotely access, control and maintain the connected machines. This will enhance the continuous and reliable communication between different industrial networks and systems, arming operators and gateway managers with accurate information to act quickly when issues arise.
“Previously, our customers were restricted in the way they could access the web server UI of KUNBUS RevPi Core, limiting their ability to innovate business models, improve maintenance of existing machinery and benefit from new revenue streams,” said Dr. Volker de Haas, project manager of Revolution Pi at KUNBUS GmbH. “Now, they have easy access to manage and maintain machines remotely, ensuring they are working properly and efficiently. We are excited to partner with TeamViewer and look forward to new ways we can innovate and enhance the way we manage our machineries.”
TeamViewer will provide KUNBUS RevPi Core with the following features:
Improved visibility of a machine’s current and future states:
Manufacturer or maintenance providers will have access to integrated
dashboards that provide instant access for control, data capture and
support so they can easily intervene directly when something goes
wrong from any location and any device.
Secure user management, authentication and control: RevPi with TeamViewer offers secure user management, authentication and control features to ensure privacy for businesses and its customers. The solution utilizes public/private key exchange, end-to-end session encryption and access controls via trusted devices as well as black- and whitelists.
“This partnership with KUNBUS showcases our commitment to continuously improving our IIoT offering,” said Raffi M. Kassarjian, general manager of Emerging Products Group at TeamViewer. “We understand the manufacturing industry needs to innovate in order to stay competitive in the digital age and we are thrilled to be making strides in helping factories and machines become smarter.”
About Revolution Pi Core
KUNBUS Revolution Pi Core is an open, modular industrial PC based on the established Raspberry Pi Compute Module and composed of open hardware and software meeting the EN61131-2 standard. The RevPi Core can, depending on customer requirements, be expanded and supplemented seamlessly using digital or analogue I/O modules as well as appropriate fieldbus gateways to connect it to an industrial network.
The established Raspbian operating system from Raspberry Pi, including the drivers for the expansion modules, are preinstalled. This ensures that basically any software running on Raspberry Pi will also run on Revolution Pi. By cooperating with various software manufacturers, KUNBUS provides inexpensive and powerful control and SCADA software for users preferring off-the-peg software solutions. For more information on the Revolution Pi, please visit https://revolution.kunbus.com/.
TeamViewer is a leading global provider of software for digital networking and collaboration. Founded in 2005 in Göppingen (Germany), the company employs approximately 700 people from more than 50 countries. Its flagship product, TeamViewer, is an all-in-one solution for remote support, remote access and online meetings. The software actively runs on more than 400 million devices out of which at least 25 million are connected to TeamViewer at any point in time. The company’s product portfolio is complemented by solutions for IT monitoring, data backup, anti-malware and web-conferencing. TeamViewer was acquired by Permira in 2014. Further information is available at www.teamviewer.com.