Open source SDKs for
ESP32 and Arduino devices
Linux, Android coming soon
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Solve IoT issues in a snap with our Remote Debugging Solution

Accurately Detect, Update, And Fix Issues In No Time
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Do you find yourself struggling to diagnose and fix errors in your connected devices?

Remote debugging is the process of diagnosing and fixing issues from anywhere, at any time. With remote debugging, OEMs can save significant time and provide a better customer experience by troubleshooting issues in a fraction of the time. No more waiting for on-site technicians or shipping devices back and forth for repairs.

Our remote debugging solution allows you to access devices remotely, view device logs, and diagnose issues quickly and accurately. Don't let IoT errors slow you down. Upgrade to remote debugging and experience the benefits of fast and efficient troubleshooting. Contact us to learn more!

IoT Troubleshooting Made Easy

Remote Shell

Securely log in to the device and run commands to debug efficiently.

Log Management

Receive device application logs to track recent activity and diagnose issues in real time.

Uptime Tracking

Track how often your device is up and running to ensure optimal performance.

Heap Dumps

Capture and analyze device memory usage to identify and fix memory leaks.

Eliminate IoT debugging headaches with Bytebeam

Complete Diagnostic Solution

Stay worry-free about user-crash reports— find, solve and send updates using one platform

Role-BasedAccess Control

Give permissions-based access to detect bugs, fix issues, and send updates to implement.


Bytebeam supports all popularly used devices like ESP32, Arduino, Raspberry Pi etc.

Data-driven debugging

Use sensor data to identify anomalies and issues before they occur 

Here is the case study from our client

Bytebeam’s secure data monitoring and streaming services help Exponent evaluate battery conditions.


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