Top Trend #3: Reduce operational costs and realize the business value of IoT with delta updates
Industrial operations, building management systems, or consumer vehicles — to acquire data from connected assets, organizations must invest in a best-of-breed over-the-air (OTA) update solution within its embedded device strategy. As connected assets are often geographically dispersed or exist in remote locations, their operation depends on cellular or satellite data networks. Any data transfer...Read the article
In the World of Connected Devices: Top Five Trends in 2022
This article has been re-published with permission from the original on the Device Chronicle.
As companies continue to embrace a software-centered world, what were the top trends for 2022, and what can we expect for connected device management in 2023? The company behind Mender, Northern.tech CEO Thomas Ryd shares his insights from conversations with the world’s leading organizations.
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Top Trend #1: Opportunity Costs of Buying versus Building OTA Software Infrastructure
A 5 point framework for assessing whether to buy or build OTA software infrastructure.
The Mender team recently visited the TechAD automotive conference in Detroit. Albeit it was automotive industry-focussed, we learned about the motivations and drivers for choosing whether to build or buy the components of their software infrastructure. As in most industry segments, liability and risk managem...Read the article
Don’t be a sitting duck, plan now for Device Lifecycle Management
Google Cloud IoT Core is to be retired, a timely reminder to emphasize the importance of a vendor-agnostic approach to your device lifecycle management.
Last week, came the news that Google plans to retire Google Cloud IoT Core on August 16th, 2023. This gives current enterprise users of Google Cloud IoT Core services less than 12 months to prepare and execute a migration plan.Read the article
How to enable remote software updates in segregated networks with bandwidth efficiency and centralized control
Many manufacturing and industrial environments have segregated network setups where assets (IoT/embedded devices) are co-located within a local area network and separated from the public internet by an internet gateway device. Segregation increases security, but limits access and control to do software updates to the co-located devices more efficiently.Centralized remote software update capabil... Read the article