Embedded Linux Agent

Upswift embedded Linux agent supervisor

Upswift embedded Linux Agent is a lightweight software service responsible to keep your products connected to Upswift platform 24/7.

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Designed for embedded Linux devices with low hardware resources.


Strict security policy, using HTTPS protocol and industrial encrypting methodologies.


Tested on hundreds of different devices, running all over the world.


Upswift Agent works on any Linux based device - Armv5,6,7,8-32&64 bit, x86_64 and x86, and on any Linux based linux distribution - Yocto, Ubuntu, Debian, etc


It takes less than 60 seconds to install Upswift Agent on your embedded Linux device.

Benefits of Upswift embedded Linux agent

Companies say about us

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"The Upswift platform has enabled us to roll out our new and unique nest box camera technology around the world, allowing the remote management and monitoring of devices. It was the missing link we needed to implement this project on a large scale."

Jamie Wainwright

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"Rise Buildings deploys a lot of devices in the field which are behind the customer firewall due to security reasons. Rise Buildings's support needed a way to remotely log in to these devices to perform maintenance and check logs for troubleshooting purposes. We looked at various solutions but chose to go with Upswift as that is the only platform that delivered. This has saved us a lot of maintenance headaches as we can access any of the device from a single web page. Good job Upswift!"

Sid Jain

CTO, Rise Buildings
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"Upswift helps us to monitor and maintain our devices at customer sites without physically accessing them. This is extremely valuable to us a startup, which is constantly improving it products to meet customers satisfaction."

Malte Dancker

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"Upswift offers a great service for IoT projects, the cloud platform is easy to use, good documentation, and fast customer support. We found great value in its starter package for prototyping and find it competitive for scaling up."

Abdullah Shams

Sofware Engineer