Integration and Customization

Redbend's product offering includes on-device / on-vehicle clients for remote software management as well as for firmware updating and OS virtualization. These clients were designed with integration in mind and have a multi-layered software structure with clear separation into core functionality, customer-specific business logic and OS- and platform-dependent porting layers. To date, these clients have been ported into over 1,500 device models.
The porting layers, including the handling of system events and user interaction, are provided as a sample source code implementation for integration by the customer or by Redbend.

In addition to integration, service providers and device manufacturers may require customization of the business logic and the handling of system events, as well as the user interface, to suite their specific use-cases. In particular, the business logic may need to be adapted to the requirements of an MNO or vehicle OEM.

On the server side, Redbend offers an extensive set of APIs for integrating into the service provider backend systems, e.g. for registering new vehicles or devices, uploading and generating software updates, defining and triggering software management and configuration campaigns and receiving campaign progress and success reports.

Redbend’s team of Field Application Engineers have extensive experience integrating and customizing the software management and virtualization clients into a wide variety of hardware platforms and operating systems, and can assist the customer to use the server side APIs in the most effective way to support the required use-cases.

Redbend has integration teams throughout Europe, US, China, Korea and Japan.

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