Android on your Architecture
emteria helps you extend the reliability and performance of your hardware. Easily bring Android to your platform. Enhance your existing products or develop new use cases.
We support the following architectures:
- Broadcom: BCM2837, BCM2837B0, BCM2711B0, BCM2711C0
- Intel: Core I-Series, Celeron M-Series
- NXP: i.MX8MP, i.MX8MM, i.MX8MQ
- Rockchip: RK3399
emteria is the right partner to help you enter the world of embedded Android. Contact us and we will help you to realize your use case.
We bring Android to your hardware!
The question we hear most often is: Can I run emteria.OS on my hardware?
We work hard on supporting all kinds of hardware based on trends and customer projects. To stay up to date, it is important for us to get your insights. What boards/chipsets are you planning on using next? Please leave your feedback.
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Scaling from prototype to production
Different stages of the product lifecycle need different hardware choices. We got you covered, whatever your challenge is!
Early prototyping phase
In the prototyping phase, the initial product idea is shaped. In this phase, the hardware must provide the highest possible power and flexibility at a low price. To support early proof-of-concept developments, emteria offers its OS for a wide range of off-the-shelf devices.
Good choices for cost-efficient prototyping are:
- Raspberry Pi 3 & 4
- Raspberry Pi Compute Module IO Board
- Radxa ROCK 4B & 5
Series rollout and operations
To bring a product from prototype into series production implies several new challenges. Matching product-specific form factors, optimizing costs by stripping nonessential hardware components and applying the same software configuration (also known as provisioning) to a high number of devices are the most prominent ones.
emteria ensures a seamless transfer from off-the-shelf devices to industry-grade equivalents. Common examples are:
- Common compute modules
- Intel x86 architecture
- Industrial single-board computers
- Industrial development kits