An easy-to-use, low-cost device to manage your servers

Access your server before it even boots

TinyPilot plugs directly into your bare-metal server, giving you a virtual console during BIOS and boot.

Debug boot failures, install a new OS, and adjust your BIOS settings, all without ever connecting a keyboard, monitor, or mouse.

Boot from virtual disk images

TinyPilot lets you upload disk images and mount them on your remote server.

You can even boot from the virtual disk. Install a new OS without ever touching a USB flash drive.

Fast, high-quality video capture

TinyPilot captures video HDMI output from your server and displays it conveniently in your browser.

Capture at 30 frames per second at 1280x720 resolution with less than 200 ms of latency.

Plug 'n play

TinyPilot requires zero software installation.

Plug the device into your server, and access everything you need right from your web browser.

You don't have to install heavyweight Java software or onerous browser extensions.

Open source

TinyPilot is an open-source project, and its code is available under the permissive MIT license

Reviews

I've kept the Lantronix Spider as well as the TinyPilot handy. And I basically have not used the Lantronix Spider. I've only used the TinyPilot... I think that's pretty strong evidence that this is an easy-to-use solution.

- ServeTheHome

You have no idea how long I've been waiting for something exactly like this.

- Craft Computing

I'm very impressed with the TinyPilot KVM... This device was even easier to set up than I thought it could be.

- LearnLinux TV

Questions?

If you have any questions about TinyPilot, feel free to reach out.