manage IP thermostats and other Building Automation devices
GNU remotecontrol is a web application serving as a management tool for multiple IP enabled HVAC thermostats (device), and other Building Automation devices. The purpose of GNU remotecontrol is to read from and write to multiple IP enabled thermostats.
GNU remotecontrol is designed to substantially reduce the time & effort necessary to remotely manage multiple IP thermostats, while significantly increasing your productivity through its many useful and time saving features. The user Interface is no more difficult than using any other web application involving simple check boxes and pull-down menus. GNU remotecontrol, combined with the Remote Monitoring Server, work together as a complete HVAC energy management system. GNU remotecontrol more than pays for itself by saving time/effort in manual labor for managing all resources individually.....and then some.
The GNU remotecontrol framework leverages already existing Information Technologies of a Data Network, Web Server with a complete Operating System, Database Server, Remote Monitoring Server, and Email Server.
The cost to implement GNU remotecontrol, in comparison with a lesser energy management strategy for any HVAC system, justifies the completion of a Cost Benefit Analysis to determine if GNU remotecontrol is appropriate for your circumstances. Most likely, it is.
released on 25 April 2016
Accepts cryptocurrency donations.
18 January 2013
Leaders and contributors
|Stephen H. Dawson||Maintainer|
Resources and communication
|VCS Repository Webview||https://svn.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/remotecontrol/|
|Required to use||php|
|Required to use||MySQL|
|Required to use||cURL|
|Required to build||Make|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 16 November 2018.
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