IoT solutions for Enterprises

Fleet Management For IoT Embedded Linux Devices

Introduction There is a steady increase in the adoption of IoT and Edge computing. More and more Linux running embedded devices are deployed remotely. These devices include Raspberry Pis and flavours, Intel NUC boards, mini-computers, mini-servers, NXP - IMX boards, NVIDIA Jetson boards, Servers, IoT Gateways or Custom boards running Yocto Linux or other variants.

How to remotely access shell of a Linux device over Internet

Introduction Linux is a popular choice operating system for various use-cases in IoT & Edge computing. Once these devices are deployed remotely, it is critical to have a secure remote shell over the Internet. Examples of these devices could be Raspberry Pis and flavors, Intel NUC boards, mini-computers, mini-servers, NXP - IMX boards, Servers IoT

Remotely Access & Control Android Screens over the Internet

Android is a quite popular operating system for various use-cases in IoT & Edge computing. Appliances such as Interactive Kiosk, Digital OOH, Smart Vending Machines, POS, Card swiping machines, mostly run on Android, with a good processor and a digital screen. Many times the hardware is also customized to support specific features or tasks. Android-based

Deploy Docker Containers to Embedded Linux Devices

  Introduction Embedded devices are running complex resource-intensive applications on edge. A preferred way to do so is to containerize them and then deploy on the remote IoT edge devices. This helps with better orchestration and resource planning of the applications. Docker is an open platform for developing, shipping, and running applications. Docker containers can

Remotely Access IoT Devices

Introduction With the explosion of IoT devices running complex edge computing applications, remote debugging & diagnostics get inevitable. Establishing a secured connection and having remote terminal access (SSH, Telnet or VNC) is a must for deployed IoT Edge devices. Examples of these devices could be Raspberry Pis and flavours, Intel NUC boards, mini-computers, NXP -

Mender Artifact Creation Tool for OTA upgrades

  We at AiKaan labs are a proud contributor and consumer of Mender open-source OTA upgrade framework. Truly appreciate the hard work team Mender has put in to create such a wonderful tool for the community. With Meder adoption, one of the challenges our customers were facing is to create artifacts. Here is how we

AiKaan for Android

Super excited to announce AiKaan agent for Android-based devices. Now monitor, manage & securely access an array of remotely deployed android devices and applications. Although the google ecosystem does a decent job managing google certified android devices & applications, custom-built hardware devices exist. These devices require similar operational support for managing & monitoring the systems

AiAgent on Multitech MultiConnect Conduit

Back after some time.. Hi, we are back after a short silence. So, what were we doing, we were helping our customers to solve visibility and performance management of application and infrastructure in edge computing. Try our latest AiCon controller version 2.0 here This article explains, a simple one-step process to install AiAgent software on

AiAgent Debian Package Installation

We are happy to announce, general availability of AiAgent as Debian package. This article explains a single step process of installing AiAgent on your IOT gateways, servers, and storage units, running Debian based Operating System. AiAgent is a lightweight agent which collects operational telemetry from IoT gateways, compute servers, communication devices, and storage equipment. Operational

Next Generation IOT Networks

AiKaan – Demystifying your Edge Networks Internet of Things @ 2020 Internet of Things will continue to grow, reaching anywhere between 22 to 35 billion devices connected to the Internet, based which reports one looks at. As of 2017, an estimate of 8.3B billion devices is connected to the Internet. What is fuelling this growth?