OS updates made simple
Providing (F)OTA updates throughout the lifecycle of an embedded Android device poses a substantial challenge for businesses. Modern digital products require the latest security patches, functionality upgrades, and additional business services to be installed on a regular basis. With emteria, all software changes and regular security updates will be evaluated, built and delivered to your devices automatically based on your maintenance schedule and specific product requirements.
Why are OTA updates important?
Distribute (F)OTA updates directly from your browser with emteria Device Hub
The Device Hub is a powerful cloud platform that makes the preparation and delivery of (F)OTA updates management for developers and product managers easier. The cloud infrastructure comes with an automatic CI/CD pipeline for the AOSP to build, sign and upload new releases to emteria's secure (F)OTA servers. From there, you are able to distribute them manually or automatically based on your specific schedule or respective group configuration.
Make use of secure update delivery
Keeping security standards high is one of emteria's top priorities. In addition to custom signing certificates used for protecting the final Android OS image, emteria also performs integrity and consistency monitoring for all releases stored on emteria servers. Each (F)OTA Android package is downloaded via encrypted connection and validated one more time before the OS update is installed on the device. This process guarantees that binary files have not been compromised during data transmission. To allow rapid testing and feature development, while preserving the stability of production systems, emteria offers dedicated release channels for all (F)OTA releases.
Advantages of emteria (F)OTA updates
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