• Install Gravio Studio from the Microsoft store:
  • Launch Gravio Studio
  • If you don’t have an account already, create an account here by filling out this form and agreeing to the terms and conditions.

  • If you already have an account, please log in.
  • If you signed up for a new account, please verify your e-mail address by using the verification code from the e-mail.

  • Enter the verification code in the login the first time you log in.
  • You will find yourself in the empty dashboard:

  • The dashboard is empty, because you don’t have a server set up yet or a server in the network hasn’t been found yet. We are now going to download and install the Gravio Server.
  • If your servers are in different Network segments, Gravio may not be able to pick them up automatically. In this case you can use the “+” mark to add any new servers manually using the IP addresses.
  • If you already have a GSS on another machine, the dashboard will contain Gravio Servers looking like this:

  • If you do not have any servers yet, click on the “Download Gravio Server” button to install the Gravio Server locally.
  • The browser is opened and shows the following page. Download the application and press the “Run” button.

  • Start the Windows installer

  • Complete the installation and restart Gravio Studio. You should now see the local server on the dashboard:

  • Congratulations, you have just successfully installed Gravio (Studio and Servers) on your Windows Machine.


  • Install Gravio Studio from the Mac store
  • More Mac instructions are coming soon

Linux / Raspbian

  • Download the latest .deb package from to your computer.
  • Download the latest “Raspbian” from and burn the image to your SD card.
  • Connect to your Raspberry Pi using SSH.
  • Transfer your .deb package to the Raspberry Pi.
  • perform an upgrade of your system: sudo apt-get upgrade
  • Install Gravio using the apt package: sudo apt install ./<gravio package>.deb
  • run the services:

sudo systemctl enable gravioedge.service
sudo systemctl enable gravioaction.service
sudo systemctl enable graviocontrol.service

  • reboot your Raspberry so the services are started.

You can easily uninstall Gravio by using the command: sudo apt purge gravio

For a full uninstall, also remove the gravio folders in /etc/opt, /var/log and /var/opt


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