TI and AWS Showcase SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi and Amazon FreeRTOS: OTA Update Security and Reliability

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Aired live: August 22, 2018 02:00 PM EDT

OTA (Over-The-Air) updates are essential for connected devices. Product defects or security flaws can be quickly patched remotely and new product features added to create new revenue streams. However there is a catch: OTA updates provide a vehicle for malware to reach IoT devices, compromising security for customers and providers alike. In addition, the OTA update itself might contain a bug that results in ‘bricking’ the IoT device. It is critical for any OTA update implementation to minimize the chance of these negatives actually happening.

Amazon Web Services and Texas Instruments join together in this webcast to identify key security and reliability concerns for an OTA update implementation. Join us to see a cloud-to-IoT device OTA update solution, featuring Amazon FreeRTOS and the SimpleLink CC3220 Wi-Fi Microcontroller that will let you leave you worries behind.

Nick Lethaby, IoT Ecosystem Manager. Texas Instruments
Richard Barry, Principal Engineer, Amazon Web Services

Brandon Lewis, OpenSystems Media
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