Fleet Management


  • In the last blog in our IoT device fleet management series, we explored device cybersecurity and introduced the concept of device provisioning. In this installment, we look at provisioning in more detail. Every cloud provider, from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to Microsoft Azure to Google Cloud…

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  • The damage a hacker could achieve through compromising a connected home security system, a vehicle, printer, or even a medical device is immense. IoT devices can act as a “back door” to the network that hosts them, enabling a multitude of attacks. The stakes are high and protecting an always-on IoT…

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  • Businesses are increasingly relying on IoT devices to help expand and streamline operations, optimize processes and better engage customers. The trend is so significant that the value of the IoT market is predicted to exceed $1300 billion by 2026.  But relying on IoT devices also means managing…

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  • Continuing our series on IoT device fleet management, let’s talk about requirements around over-the-air (OTA) updates. Distributed IoT device requirements are crucial for the dispersed systems that need to support remote connectivity, data transfer, and firmware or software version update.  The…

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  • Let’s talk about the importance of fleet management. First, a few definitions. IoT: Internet of Things. Physical objects that are able to connect over the internet. These objects must be equipped with sensors, processing capability and software. Fleet: a collection of fielded IoT devices. Device…

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