Nabto provides direct IoT connectivity software for your business
We have developed an IoT connectivity platform based on P2P software that delivers full communication infrastructure to allow fast, secure and simple connections directly between end-user clients and IoT devices. There is no firewall or dynamic IP hassle, and you will be able to remote control IoT devices directly and from everywhere. Learn more about the Nabto platform or sign up for a free account to try it yourself.try nabto for free
Use Nabto to build mobile apps for remote control of embedded devices
Enable remote access to your product with the Nabto IoT app platform, by building your own mobile app solution. Our software ensures direct connectivity to embedded devices with minimal latency and high privacy of the end-users data. Explore our IoT app solution to learn more about the platform.
A remote app solution can be useful for products such as alarm systems, heatpumps, and smart locks. Our IoT app platform has been used by numerous businesses to easily create and scale mobile apps to control embedded devices, including SOREL, A-TEAM Ventures and EyeCloud.ai.
Use Nabto to make high-performance P2P video streaming
Our IoT connectivity platform upgrades your camera with state-of-the-art, standard-based security technology that ensures your customers’ full privacy. Through P2P IoT, real-time video is transmitted with very low latency. The integration of our software is simple and transparent, enabling developers to easily inject a Nabto tunnel between existing surveillance clients and the video service from the camera.
Read more about the benefits of a Nabto surveillance camera solution here.
Use Nabto to create tunneling for existing applications
Using the Nabto application level tunnel solution, you can easily add secure remote access to your existing solutions. If you currently allow TCP-based LAN access to your applications, you can insert a pair of Nabto tunnel endpoints:
Just start the Nabto tunnel device endpoint in front of your existing service and change the client to connect to the Nabto client tunnel endpoint. Now you have transparently added end-to-end encryption between your client and device – and you can connect to the device, regardless of its location (on the local LAN in an offline scenario or behind several firewalls in a remote location)
You can embed the tunnels directly in your applications or run side-by-side. There is minimal integration effort, high security and no VPN or hardware hassle. Read the tunnel introduction – and try it yourself using a Nabto Cloud Console account.