Update IoT devices in the field to patch bugs, maintain security or activate new features enabling new capabilities
LoRaWAN networks connect thousands of devices deployed in the field supporting customer applications, and many of those devices may be in remote or inaccessible locations. When devices need to be updated with new software features or security patches, the Actility ThingPark FUOTA server is able to deliver reliable firmware updates using message fragmentation, multicast, forward error correction, and delta-based functions.
need to offer a solution that can update the software embedded in those devices securely, cost-effectively and with minimum impact on network capacity.
may want to add new features to their devices or update parameters
may need to deploy software patches to the entire device fleet
With the possibility to update the device’s software, the network operator can ensure that devices deployed can last several years and can cope with the evolution of the LoRaWAN standard and the implementation of new application features
Being able to patch device software at any time, ensures that even in case of a security liability, device firmware can be securely corrected and used again.
Firmware updates can be delivered in an efficient way through optimizing power consumption of the device, managing the radio capacity of the network with multicast and delta update.
The Actility ThingPark FUOTA solution is able to manage device complexity through error correction algorithms and firmware footprint optimisation for devices with limited computing capabilities
Download the LoRaWAN security presentation to learn more about how IoT full security is ensured in LoRaWAN
Download the ThingPark Activation presentation to learn more about how Actility ensures end-to-end secure and scalable LoRaWAN device activation
Learn more about the LoRaWAN technology by downloading the Actility “What is LoRaWAN” white paper