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INDI (Instrument-Neutral Distributed Interface) is a distributed control protocol designed to operate astronomical instrumentation. INDI is small, flexible, easy to parse, and scalable. It supports common DCS functions such as remote control, data acquisition, monitoring, and a lot more.

It can be regarded as an abstraction layer, like Ascom on Windows, but to many device types and it communicates over the network.

List of devices supported by INDI.