Improving the Reliability of the Internet of Things with Over-the-Air Updates

By Percepio AB

Despite the best efforts of developers, embedded IoT systems are still deployed with bugs in the code. An average of 6 bugs per 1000 lines of code remain in shipped software, causing delays, failures, and frustration when things go wrong.

Over-the-air (OTA) updates certainly make it easy to deploy patches to faulty software. When OTA updates are coupled with software tracing, it becomes a powerful mechanism for improving the quality and reliability of a wide range of embedded IoT systems.

This whitepaper looks at how OTA updates help improve the reliability of the IoT, including cloud management, real-time tracing and alerts, and easier updates.

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