Keep the smart home interacting and running smoothly
Remotely manage and analyze connected M2M devices
Eliminate recalls with secure remote OTA updates of aftermarket Telematics devices
Wearable Device Software Management
With Redbend’s Software Management solution you have the ability to efficiently keep your connected wearable device relevant in a highly-competitive market. It enables the software on wearables to be managed OTA. The software is either updated directly OTA or through a companion device such as a smartphone enabling device portfolio flexibility.
Manage software on any connected wearable device
Efficiently update the wearable device OS and core applications
Updates initiated with or without user intervention
Operate management campaigns easily using an intuitive web-based interface
For the IoT revolution to become reality and fully deliver on its promise, numerous hurdles need first be overcome. First and foremost, there’s connectivity. In addition to overcoming the physical connectivity challenges there must also be an agreement on communication and management protocols. Adherence to a single standard will be key in enabling the success of the Internet of Things on a global basis. The need for standardization between units, especially in the home is a prerequisite for the broad adoption of smart devices. This whitepaper explores currently existing device management standards, inter-device and proximity application frameworks, and physical short-range network connectivity standards that are expected to play a role in the realization of IoT.
The number of connected devices is growing exponentially. All of these devices, from smart watches and smart meters to mhealth devices and home appliances can be updated to ensure ongoing product relevancy. Our comprehensive IoT software and device management services help device manufacturers enhance user experiences and increase ROI.
"Redbend's FOTA allows MediaTek to provide a more complete update solution for our customers to manage devices over-the-air.”
J.C. Hsu, General Manager of New Business Development, MediaTek
The 2014 hype is certainly focused around the Internet of Things, or the Internet of Everything, or is it the Industrial Internet, the Consumer Internet or simply Machine to Machine (M2M)? While the market is still having trouble agreeing upon a name they are understandably also having trouble agreeing on the standard that should link all these connected devices.
As we head into Mobile World Congress 2014, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the knowledge and technologies conceived in the mobile industry are driving a convergence of several other industries—from M2M to automotive and the enterprise.
The Consumer Electronics Show might consider changing its name to the Connected Electronics Show. With a variety of communication protocols such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Zigbee available, and modules costing just dollars, product developers are adding connectivity to seemingly everything. As I walked around the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas, I started to envision what a day in my connected life could look like in the near future, with my smartphone at the hub.
Machine-to-Machine (M2M) enables all types of devices – from utility meters to cars and home appliances – to be connected and Internet-ready, reducing the cost of management, enabling faster repairs and offering a platform for innovative consumer services, such as prepaid, pay-as-you go car insurance. The range of M2M applications is impressive and the impact these applications are having on our daily lives is huge.