While remote updates aren't always feasible, Torizon provides a highly reliable, secure, and user-friendly solution with its Offline Update Features. It can operate independently or with Over-the-Air updates.
The implementation of a local update system may appear straightforward. However, ensuring it's fail-safe, secure, and user-friendly for your customers or service team can complicate the process. That is where Torizon's Offline Update excels. It effectively handles these intricacies, allowing you to concentrate on the high-value features of your product.
Hardware & Software Developer, G&O Embedded Systems
One of the most valuable outcomes of the Torizon Platform is how simple it is to perform an OS update using the Offline Update feature, even if the devices on the field are not online accessible.
Implementing Power-safe Atomic Over the Air Updates
The idea of over-the-air (OTA) updates has been around for a long time, but it’s only been the last few years in which it has been a subject of focus within the connected device development community. There are numerous open-source and commercial solutions as well as lots of DIY hacks out there.
Meeting the Challenge of OTA for Embedded Linux Systems
In this webinar we look at the challenges of managing the process of updating software on embedded Linux systems remotely – often referred to as an Over-The-Air or OTA update.
Secure Offline and Online Updates for Linux Devices
There is a rising trend to connect almost all embedded/IoT devices. However, there are still plenty of use cases where a device is not remotely accessible. These devices still need to receive updates - for bug fixes, security patches, new features, etc.
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