Patch security vulnerabilities
Malicious attackers specifically scan for recently
published security vulnerabilities with the intent
of seeking systems and devices that remain
outdated and vulnerable.
Malware such as Mirai, Hajime, and BrickerBot
have successfully targeted insecure Linux devices,
with the number of compromised devices in the
millions. The risk is very real.
With Mender, bugs and vulnerabilities are patched quickly -
reducing the attack surface and limiting the
window for exposure.
Avoid device recalls
Reduce device downtime and avoid the need to recall bricked devices. Mender has automated rollback support so your devices will always come back online, even in cases of power loss or data corruption while the update is being deployed.
Save the time and cost of manual updates or homegrown solutions
Mender removes the manually intensive process in updating devices
individually and eliminates the high cost of
sending technicians to the field to repair device
Mender also removes the need to build
and maintain a homegrown update mechanism,
which can easily dominate the time of a full time
Industries that are already using Mender to update devices over-the-air include:
Add OTA updates as a differentiated offering to your customers in order to provide better support through security updates, bugfixes, and customized features. Certify Mender for your boards to ensure secure and robust OTA updates are enabled now and in the future.
Our energy grid needs to become more intelligent in the transition to renewables, in order to enable better supply/demand management. OTA updates are important to keep our energy grid secure and compliant.
Connected audio streaming is required to stay competitive in the audio system market. Use OTA updates to deliver more value through streaming application updates to your customers even after they have purchased your products.
Industrial automation needs to work 24/7, the cost of downtime is very high. Robust OTA updates are required in order to address issues proactively so downtime is avoided.